She continues “When they injected medicine began to take effect, I had great pain in my belly. At 3:00 a.m., on April 2nd, my almost-fully-developed child was born. My child even mournfully cried for some minutes, and later the crying ceased. I cried out for help for a long time until a yawning nurse came and shouted at me: “No more crying!” I said: ‘Please take a look at my baby.’ That nurse took a glance and said it was dead and then put my baby beside me.”
“I fainted on hearing this tragic news. When I woke up in the morning, there was a doctor standing by my bed and asked for money to ‘get rid of the fetus’ body.’ I said I had no money and so they just used a plastic bag to wrap my baby and put it beside me.”
“I could not imagine that this brutal and bloody behavior could happen in the civilized 21st century.”
The accounts could go on indefinitely, with ever more graphic narratives, but simply telling the story is not enough. We must take a stand against this tyrannical government.
One organisation is doing just that.
Women’s Rights Without Frontiers(WRWF) is a non-profit, non-partisan international coalition to combat forced abortion, gendercide and sexual slavery in China. They work tirelessly to end China’s genocide and to obtain basic rights for Chinese women.
They have lodged a formal complaint to the UNCSW (United Commission on the Status of Women) against the Chinese government and their “coercive enforcement” of the One Child Policy.
The complaint brings to light some of the atrocities that have really been happening in this country (read full complaint here). It is a brutal, sorry tale of murder and complete disregard for the dignity of life. Women are forced to have abortions, to undergo sterility procedures where many of them are killed in the process, not to mention all the babies who are born alive and disposed of in the most gruesome ways.
The complaint reveals the shocking statistics of gendercide in China “which has claimed up to 200 million lives of girls selected for abortion solely because they are girls,” not to mention the 336 million abortions, 196 million sterilizations, and 403 million insertions of intrauterine devices that have taken place under this communist government.
According to the document there is also a connection between “China’s One Child Policy and sexual slavery, as well as a recent study finding that multiple abortions lead to low birth weight and an increased risk of death to children born in subsequent pregnancies.”
The Complaint appeals to the UNCSW to investigate particularly the United Nations Population Fund, “which was found to be complicit with coercive family planning by former Secretary of State Colin Powell.”
Reggie Littlejohn, founder and president of WRWF states: “The mayhem caused by China’s One Child Policy continues unabated. Forced abortion is Official Government Rape. Not only women, but also men and children have been maimed and killed under the policy. The report recounts a grim case of suicide, which graphically demonstrates why China has the highest female suicide rate in the world.”
She continues: “We are dismayed that on January 14, 2013, Wang Xia, the Chair of the National Population and Family Planning Commission, stated that China ‘must unwaveringly adhere to the One Child Policy as a national policy to stabilize the low birth rate as the primary task.’ We call upon the Chinese Communist Party immediately to stop coercive family planning; and we call upon members of the international community to urge them to do so.”
It’s time to end this inhumanity.
In answer to the question “What can I do about it?” You can join Reggie in raising your voice, in making a stand against China’s leaders. The genocide must end. The One Child Policy must end. The Family Planning Police must be stopped. And finally, the idea must be extinguished – the idea that human life is disposable, that human dignity is non-existent – we must change the hearts and minds of the Chinese government and attempt to do as WRWF does: help one precious life at a time.
Make your stand. Don’t wash your hands; before it’s too late.
Sign a petition against forced abortion in China here
Contact the UNCSW
Learn more about the work of WRWF here