May 3rd 2012, 11:03 PM #1
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Organization seeks to end Chinese forced abortion
This video discusses the issue with examples and mentions the organization. The speaker is the organizations founder.
This is the link to the organization: Women's Rights Without Frontiers
China has 11 provinces that force abortion even in late term pregnancies. The mothers don't even have a choice. It is government forced murder.Hope dangles on a string / Like slow spinning redemption / ... / I am captivated / I am Vindicated / I am selfish / I am wrong / I am right / I swear I'm right / I swear I knew it all along / And I am flawed / But I am cleaning up so well / I am seeing in me now the things you swore you saw yourself / Vindicated by Dashboard Confessional
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May 4th 2012, 03:46 AM #2
Re: Organization seeks to end Chinese forced abortion
You'd probably be interested in the What's Wrong With the World blog. Among many other things, they have quite a few articles on the forced abortion practices in China. The more you learn about it, the worse it gets -- they will tear down houses, threaten family members, and more if a woman tries to avoid a forced abortion. And yes, that's even in territories that claim not to do such things; it turns out the Chinese government is really good at lying through their teeth, but not so good at actually covering their tracks.Here I am!
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