Who believes media accounts that the Chinese government has eased it?
For the past two years in particular, in American politics, we've heard a lot of allegations about certain parties carrying out a 'war on women' and it's becoming a campaign slogan. That's dishonest, disingenuous, and distracting from the real and very terrible war on women being carried out by the Communist Chinese government.
What some political groups or organizations in the U.S. see as an opportunistic way to turn people's opinions against other groups that think differently on pro-life issues is nothing compared with the reality of powerful authorities in other countries whose thinking on women and babies and human life has led to terror and horrific violence against their own people.
This must stop, but can only be stopped by being exposed, revealed, known about, talked about and acted on. China is not the only place where human rights abuses like this are happening. But it's one to focus on.
International human rights activist Reggie Littlejohn was my guest on radio for an hour to talk about this human rights crisis, and her work as founder and president of Women's Rights Without Frontiers, an international coalition to expose and oppose forced abortion, gendercide and sexual slavery in China. She focused on the crisis, and politely answered my questions about her work, putting emphasis where it belong.
Have you ever heard that every day, about 590 women end their own lives in China? Because the Chinese government enforces its one-child policy through brutal forced abortions, at any point through nine months of pregnancy. Because when a woman is discovered to be 'illegally pregnant' without a license or official permission, she is dragged off to a clinic where she may likely suffer barbarian acts to kill the child she's carrying, sometimes dismembering it inside her womb if the child is older in weeks or months, larger, and the drugs given to the woman to induce pregnancy don't work. Because the one-child policy has led to such overwhelming gendercide against baby girls in China that now there are 37 million more men than women there, resulting in an aggressive sex-trafficking industry targeting the women and girls who are still around.
Because, as Reggie states:
It does not matter whether you are pro-choice or pro-life on this issue. No one supports forced abortion, because it's not a choice. China's One child Policy causes more violence against women and girls than any other official policy on earth.
We can save them, one girl and woman at a time if necessary. And wholesale policy change if possible.