ZHENGJIAMEN, HUBEI, CHINA, July 2, 2012, (LifeSiteNews.com) – As the husband who revealed a brutal forced abortion remains in hiding, Chinese human rights advocates have exposed another late-term “induced miscarriage” carried out in compliance with the nation’s one-child policy.
Hu Xia was seven months pregnant with her second child when officials in Shangche township, located in Hubei province, told her she must pay a fine or undergo an abortion.
A human rights group has learned that a woman was forcibly aborted at seven months of pregnancy on June 3 in Shanxi Province, China.
Women’s Rights Without Frontiers informed LifeNews that a new report from the China-based human rights organization 64Tianwang indicates the woman, Feng Jianmei, was beaten and dragged into a vehicle by a group of family planning officials while her husband, Deng Jiyuan, was out working.
This couple would not pay the expected extorted money for this unborn baby, so they aborted this baby against the parents wishes and laid the murdered baby by the traumatized mother.
China is one gigantic butcher shop of horrors. Other countries manifest their disdain for marriage and family life in equally evil ways.
Pray a rosary for the people of the world. People who do not believe in God or who claim they speak for God, but don’t have gone nuts with presumed, ill gotten power.
Man’s inhumanity to man is so rampant. Pray for them.
Today’s Stories -
- Traditional Marriage Targeted
- Restroom Relativism
- Chinese Intimidation Tactics
- Two Telling Polls
Behind Twists of Diplomacy in the Case of a Chinese Dissident
Days of drama preceded the agreement between the United States and China in the case of Chen Guangcheng, but the negotiations ultimately reflected a maturing relationship, officials said.I have no idea when this photograph was taken of Chen Guangcheng. I hope he is healing and I pray for him, his whole family and country.
By Keith B. Richburg, Wednesday, May ;9, 12:55 ;PM
BEIJING — Chen Guangcheng, the blind self-taught lawyer whose plight has been at the center of U.S.-China diplomacy in recent weeks, said Wednesday that he still has seen no progress on his request for a new passport and that U.S. diplomats continue to be barred from the Beijing hospital where he remains confined.
In a brief telephone interview Wednesday, Chen also said that he is still waiting for the Chinese government to keep a promise that he said it made to him to investigate and prosecute the local officials who had held him unlawfully in his farmhouse in Dongshigu village, in the eastern province of Shandong.