China: Woman dies during NINTH forced abortion

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China: Woman dies during NINTH forced abortion

Postby Bill Whatcott » Fri Mar 18, 2016 2:17 am

Feng Jianmei, who was forced to have an abortion in 2013 by Chinese Family Planning officials while seven months pregnant.
Feng was photographed while unconscious from anesthesia given to her during her forced late term abortion with her dead baby
lying beside her.

A wanted baby at 5 months old is taken out of his mother's womb and operated on to correct a spinal problem. The baby grasps the doctor's finger for a moment. The operation was a success and the baby was put back in his mother's womb and the baby developed some more and had a normal birth 4 months later.

"For you formed my inward parts;
you knitted me together in my mother's womb.
I praise you, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made.
Wonderful are your works;
my soul knows it very well
Psalm 139:13, 14

Dear Friends,

China and India have fairly horrific gender imbalances and both countries are trying to do something about it without actually criminalizing the murder of their unwanted (or in China's case thanks to their brutal two child policy often wanted) unborn children. China has around 37 million boys/men who have no chance of getting married thanks to the mass murder of their unwanted baby girls.

Some villages in Punjab province of India has amongst their children gender disparities of 9 boys to 1 girl. This has led to increases in both homosexuality and rape amongst poorer men who once again have no hope of finding a woman to marry.

It should be noted that the barbaric and insane practice of gendercide is no longer confined to Asia. Thanks to the large influx of East Indian and Chinese immigrants to Canada gender imbalances are starting to show up in Canada's large urban centres with sizable immigrant communities such as Toronto and especially Vancouver. The ratio of boys to girls is normally close to equal (approx 104 baby boys to 100 girls).

Surrey with its large East Indian population is showing sex ratio's of 110 boys to 100 girls being born and Vancouver is showing even more troubling ratios of 116 boys for every 100 girls being born. Rates this skewed will lead to problems in Canada as large numbers of boys will grow into men with no woman to marry. Sadly, though our Prime Minister describes himself as a "feminist" he is sufficiently pro-abortion and beholden to the immigrant vote there is no hope he will speak up about this troubling phenomenon showing up in Canada.

The biggest harm will be to the immigrant communities themselves as they will suffer the direct impact of this self inflicted gender imbalance most acutely.

For Christians fighting for the culture of life we can sound the alarm that some choices will have long term consequences. You can't murder millions of little girls made in God's image and think your community will be whole without them.

In Christ's Service
Bill Whatcott

Woman dies during NINTH forced abortion
10 March 2016 ... d-abortion

A woman from Guangdong, China, has died after being forced to have an abortion by her mother-in-law.

The woman, named only as Chen, died in July 2015 but the details were revealed this month in Chinese media for the first time.

Chen had already given birth to three daughters, according to the People's Daily Online. Her mother in law was desperate for a grandson and had forced her to abort any further children if scans revealed them to be baby girls.

Eight forced abortions

Because of this, Chen was forced to have eight abortions in total when she was discovered to be carrying more daughters, before she died due to internal bleeding during her nine abortion.

According to reports, Chen had been depressed and at one point suicidal as a result of her ordeal. On her ninth abortion, she entered the operating theatre but did not come out alive.

The repeated abortions she had endured had made the wall of her uterus dangerously thin and she suffered excessive bleeding during the procedure.

Online discussions

The case has prompted large discussion on the internet in China with more than 14 million people weighing in. Many questioned whether the woman's husband should have done more to help her and also how the mother-in-law could put the woman through so much trauma and stress.

It is currently unknown whether the mother-in-law has been charged over the incident.

Chinese one-child policy

The Chinese government has been operating an oppressive population control policy since 1979. Its one-child policy – where couples must apply for a licence from the state to have a child, and are sanctioned for any ‘unauthorised’ children – has been described as "a barbaric experiment in social engineering" and as "the greatest bioethical atrocity on the globe."

Millions of women have been subjected to forcible contraception, sterilisation and abortion. Widespread sex-selective abortion (also known as Gendercide) has led to a dangerously skewed sex ratio among young age groups.

Despite media reports to the contrary, the one-child policy has not been abolished. Instead it has been 'relaxed' to a two-child policy and the state coercion elements detailed above continues.
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