6 September 2015
Holocaust as domestic policy, rethinking abortion
The Chinese novelist Ma Jian, wrote in the New York Times a report detailing the brutality of the the country one-child policy.
With such a huge and lofty push for the increased abortion of the human child on a global scale, a fact to be seen in the west through the administration of Barack Obama, today brimming with pro-abortion people, while over the pond from the US the British NHS GP’s are pushing the policy of restricted children down the throats of patients, a move clearly to position the global society into full synchronisation with the tried and tested policies of China.
When it comes to abortion in the UK we find a picture of horrendous proportions already painted as we learn from a guest on the BBC Sunday Morning Live show 10 March 2013, that since the introduction of the Abortion Act in 1967 more than 7 million babies have been aborted under the UK legislative statute.
With such an uncivilised number of cold killed souls already having taken place on these Isles, ordained not through any doctrine assigned to the British realm of common law, but more a command by the corporate UK as it divides all living beings into nothing more than a warehouse full of commercial assets.
To know what end this re-programming of our moral mindset from one of love to this uncaring bloodletting sacrifice of the child, we need only remember the Aztec.
I would say I am struggling in the extreme, but the truth is there is no struggle at all to see this whole sorry saga as yet another expression of the mind behind the Jewish Holocaust which according to their own figures, cost 6 million souls.
Abortion however is a secret genocide with all participants bound by the nature of the deed, bound as a secret society is bound by the conscience of a collective step outside the looking glass.
A current propaganda script being pushed into the British psyche through the TV is the documentary in which it is claimed recordings have been found that prove the Nazi policies of genocide, as German officer prisoners of war confess to such crimes amongst themselves caught on tape.
If this is an example of the best way to spend journalistic pound notes, a question I pose standing on the presumption it remains the aim of said journalists to find the truth of the day, I am left with a situation that would suggest a very limited spatial awareness capability when it comes to actually comprehending the essence of now, the only non contrived truth it is fair to say, in which we bound along.
This observation is more evident if we are to believe that to regurgitate something that happened between 1939 to 1945 would best suit or road back to morality from which is born freedom, when we have a current call to murder in the promotion of abortion as a corporate right, a reality expanding through the re-education of a generation under a curriculum ordained by the same corporate interests, there can be only one lucid reckoning of the fact today we have death parading as care, and it is coming out of every corporate orifice.
We really need to take note of the aftermath of allowing de-population strategies to become statute led protocols within the domestic system, for this example we must turn to the eastern experiment.
According to Ma Village family-planning officers vigilantly chart the menstrual cycle and pelvic-exam results of every woman of childbearing age in their area. If a woman gets pregnant without permission and is unable to pay the often exorbitant fine for violating the policy, she risks being subjected to a forced abortion.
According to Chinese Health Ministry data released in March, 336 million abortions and 222 million sterilisation’s have been carried out since 1971. (Though the one-child policy was introduced in 1979, other, less-stringent family planning policies were in place before it.)
These figures are easy to quote, but they fail to convey the magnitude of the horror faced by rural Chinese women. During a long journey through the hinterlands of southwest China in 2009, I was able to find some of the faces behind these numbers.
On ramshackle barges moored on the remote waterways of Hubei and Guangxi, I met hundreds of family-planning fugitives couples who’d fled their villages to give birth to an unauthorised second or third child in neighbouring provinces. Almost every one of the pregnant women I spoke to had suffered a mandatory abortion.
One woman told me how, when she was eight months pregnant with an illegal second child and was unable to pay the 20,000 yuan fine (about $3,200), family planning officers dragged her to the local clinic, bound her to a surgical table and injected a lethal drug into her abdomen
It is not surprising that China has the highest rate of female suicide in the world. The one-child policy has reduced women to numbers, objects, a means of production; it has denied them control of their bodies and the basic human right to determine freely and responsibly the number and spacing of their children.
Baby girls are also victims of the policy. Under family pressure to ensure that their only child is a son, women often choose to abort baby girls or discard them at birth, practices that have skewed China’s sex ratio to 118 boys for every 100 girls.
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