Skip to comments.Chinese woman forced to abort eight-month foetus
Posted on 10/21/2010 5:44:14 PM PDT by Nachum
A pregnant woman in southern China was detained, beaten and forced to have an abortion just a month before her due date because the baby would have violated the country's one child limit, her husband claims. Construction worker Luo Yanquan said his wife was taken kicking and screaming from their home by more than a dozen people on October 10 and detained in a clinic for three days by family planning officials, then taken to a hospital and injected with a drug that killed her baby.
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It is called MURDER. The Chinese government MURDERED her BABY.
The mother did not abort her baby. The chinese government murdered the baby and assaulted this brave woman.
I will remember this woman & all women and babies who are victims of the Chinese government in my prayers tonite. This is unspeakable. I cannot imagine her pain.
AP is your enemy. Realize they are on the party of eugenics and death.
They, cartels and Muslims are the enemy.
You will eventually be able to imagine it. This is coming here.
OH YES IT DOES!
Exactly. This will be just 'part' of the New World Order ""Utopia"" that idiots like Obama are pushing us towards.
If we trade with them they will become democratized... right? I thought I heard that somewhere.. I am confused, because all my cool plastic crap comes from China... this story almost makes it sound like they are a brutal dictatorship... it’s so confusing...
We need to quit buying China’s cheap crap in Walmart and other stores. If we see the “China” tag on it, we need to put it back on the shelves, write Walmart that we’re doing that and why, and STICK TO IT. - They’re sending that junk over here in HUGE ships, and there’s more demand for it all the time. Pay an extra dollar for something, and thank God you’re able to do it.
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