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Posted on 10/04/2013 10:45:55 PM PDT by Morgana
FULL TITLE: Chinese mother is 'dragged from her home in the middle of the night and forced to abort her baby son SIX MONTHS into pregnancy' under country's one-child policy
A Chinese woman has revealed she was dragged from her home in the middle of the night and forced to have an abortion, three months before her child was due to be born.
Liu Xinwen, 33, and her husband Zhou Guoqiang were left devastated after the mother-of-one was pulled from her bed and taken to hospital to be injected with an abortion-inducing drug.
The forced abortion is due to China's strict one-baby policy, introduced in 1979 to keep the country's population under control - the couple already have a son.
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The couple claim that they were awoken at 4am last week after their door was kicked down and two dozen officials from the Shandong Province Family Planning Commission forced their way into their home.
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The Peoples Republic of China is still the Peoples Republic of China.
The Mao suits are gone but the “spirit” lives on.
Coming soon to your neighborhood. Don’t believe me? Think about all the things that were “unthinkable” in 2008 and everyday now.
And Obama says, “If only.”
“Shandong Province Family Planning Commission”... interesting... no Barrycades there.
We should bomb Beijing.
Assassinate the Shandong Province Family Planning Commission.
The problem would be trying to get the remnant to think and act the way I want them to.
But, hey, the Free Trader Communists say we should Free Trade with Communist China...and we are isolationist and protectionist if we don’t...
OK to be Abortionist with Commie China
Who says Obamacare isn’t working.
Supporters of fetal murder in this country, and particularly the blood drinking islamist in charge, are extremely pleased.
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