The Shocking Face Of China’s Brutal One Child Policy
Can’t happen here? Top academics and eugenicists are calling for what Obama’s science czar once advocated.
This is the shocking face of China’s brutal one child policy which many academics and pressure groups are now calling to be imposed in the west – the image shows a 9 month old baby lying dead in a bucket, forcibly aborted by Chinese family planning authorities in the town of Moshan, Shandong province.
Because the parents of the baby already had a child, they were hunted down and forced to comply with China’s draconian one child policy. The mother was injected with a poison that induced an abortion, but after the baby was “pulled out inhumanly like a piece of meat,” it was still alive and began to cry before doctors slung the defenseless child into a bucket and left it to die.
The time stamp on the image tells us the baby was killed on Monday. The image began circulating today on Weibo, China’s version of Twitter, which has around 260 million members. The story has attracted widespread revulsion directed against the family planning authorities responsible for the murder of the baby.
China’s one child policy is enforced by way of forced abortions, infanticide and compulsory sterilization. In many cases, women are literally kidnapped off the street by state goons from the “Birth Control Office,” driven to government hospitals, drugged, and their child is forcibly aborted.
In one case in 2009, both a young woman and her baby were killed after such an abduction in Liaocheng City.
“According to a Doctor at the hospital where the two died, the young woman was kidnapped by the “Birth Control Office” and taken to the hospital where she was forced to undergo an abortion procedure,” reported the Epoch Times.
“The young woman fought with staff to protect her unborn child however a half a dozen men, pushed her down on a bed and injected her with a drug to induce labor. After the young woman had a still birth, she developed a massive hemorrhage and soon thereafter died.”
The practice of infanticide has its origins in barbaric eras of ancient history, but it is still common is many areas of the world today, including China where the one child policy allied with the social pressure to have boys has resulted in a massive imbalance in the population. Studies have found that 40 million girls are ‘missing’ in China as a result of gender-selective abortion and infanticide. In India, there are 50 million less females for the same reasons.
Advocates of population control, which is nothing more than a disguise for modern day eugenics, have long pressured for the one child policy to be enforced in the west. In 2009, an article written in Canada’s National Post argued for “A planetary law, such as China’s one-child policy, is the only way to reverse the disastrous global birthrate.”
In his 1977 book Ecoscience, current White House science czar John P. Holdren floated the idea of forced abortions and compulsory sterilization, amongst a raft of other draconian population control measures, all of which would be carried out by a “Planetary Regime”.
During a speech at Sichuan University last year, Vice President Joe Biden told an audience that he “fully understands” China’s one child policy.
News network CNN, in addition to billionaire Ted Turner and other elitists, along with a whole host of pressure groups committed to pushing for population control, have all advocated the one child policy.
As we reported last month, a paper published in the Journal of Medical Ethics authored by top academics at the University of Melbourne argued that abortion should be extended to make the killing of newborn babies permissible, even if the baby is perfectly healthy.
The authors argued that “both fetuses and newborns do not have the same moral status as actual persons,” and that because abortion is allowed even when there is no problem with the fetus’ health, “killing a newborn should be permissible in all the cases where abortion is, including cases where the newborn is not disabled.”
The scintilla of hope that we can take from this distressing story is the fact that this baby’s precious few minutes of life before it was murdered were not in vain and in fact could end up meaning more than most people who live to old age. Why? Because as a result of seeing this one image, scores of couples around the world could decide against having an abortion, saving many more babies’ lives in the long run.
The image also serves as a damning condemnation of China’s arcane one child policy, as well as a warning that calls to impose similar population control measures in the west should be forcefully discredited, resisted and rejected at every turn.
This story is an Infowars English-language exclusive.
Article written by Paul Joseph Watson
Thursday, March 29, 2012
Well, I do know people who would say that if you use birth coorntl you have just committed murder. Because God might have wanted you to get pregnant that month, and your preventing a person from BECOMING is the same as murder. And what\’s the difference between preventing someone from becoming and murdering them at a preborn stage?I\’m not that far on the spectrum. I feel God could (and sometimes does!) thwart people\’s ideas about when they\’re going to conceive. Sometimes God does not bless when we think He should, and other times isn\’t it sad that the scared 14-year-old is pregnant when there are so many married moms who are really aching for a child? I don\’t have answers to these things except that I think \”just relax,\” or do this procedure and have sex sideways, etc. to infertile couples or judgmentalism against the 14-y-o is going to help.I could certainly see times where a married couple because of sickness or something like that would feel it needs to not try to conceive for a while. And that might mean a form of birth coorntl.And you know…It\’s really none of my business, on the one hand, what someone does in that regard in their marriage privately so long as I\’m not paying their medical bill. On the other hand I am concerned that it seems the NORMATIVE experience that one would be expected to use birth coorntl. I find it disturbing. Sick, actually. It fosters the idea that we can have children when and if they are convenient. Children (usually!) should be an expected part of a marriage. It was the first command that God gave to Adam to \”be fruitful and multiply.\” I don\’t see a \”hey, quit all that babymaking!\” verse in scripture, however, so I would have to assume that the NORMATIVE experience would be for a wife and husband to have several children. Some would have 14 and some only one or even none. But the usual should (ideally) be several and we see this borne out in scripture in several passages.So…No. I don\’t think that birth coorntl should be taught about at all. I don\’t (I HOPE!!!) get all high n mighty against people who for whatever reason feel they need birth coorntl. Or people who don\’t have the same religious views I do. I know what it feels like to be looked down upon for thinking a certain way and would never want to do that to someone else. :]But I have to say I find the idea that this is the *usual experience* offensive… I should NOT have to be asked about birth coorntl at my physician\’s appointments. It shouldn\’t be something pushed as some sort of medical accessory package at every doctor\’s appointment. It makes me feel harassed, that the people who deliver babies would be the same ones pushing to coorntl how many of them you have or what is best for your family. I think that in balance, doctors should be able to ask you ONCE. Once. Every stupid appointment, including when you\’re in for tonsilitis is no stinkin\’ fair LOL!My children should not be taught this in school. At all.I\’m ok with other people teaching this to their kids. Other people might even buy birth coorntl for their children and I would have no way of knowing this. It really isn\’t my bz unless I\’m paying for it.Then again…Ok, this isn\’t really a birth coorntl issue, though…Those poor children and young women forced into prostitution. What can be done for them? I would hate to just enable their rapists/ Johns by giving them condoms. Is there no rescue for these people? I think about it a lot. I would hate for the only \”help\” they receive to be a stupid condom… but I would hate even more for them to get AIDS because my stuffy morality prevented the condom distribution. :]Really… I wish there were some way to rescue these people!!! Sometimes, I can see some shades of gray at the edges there on these issues, you know? But I\’ve sort of outlined my *ideal*. Those women and KIDS in slavery, though. I hardly even know how to pray for them. How to give folks like that hope… yeah, I guess that\’s off topic a bit. But I wonder.