None of the above should come as a surprise from a country which has been battling under-production of new citizens for many years. The population of native Russians is shrinking. The government has been trying various incentives to inspire Russian citizens to make more babies.
Pressure from groups inside China, and from the U.S. stopped the execution of Cao Ruyi’s baby by abortion.
Shown above are Cao Ruyi, with her husband Li Fu, and baby boy, whom she named Li Dahai, acknowledging the help from overseas. Women’s Rights in China, and China Aid brought in some extra pressure from outside from U.S. Congressman Chris Smith, which helped to persuade the local government not to forcibly abort the baby.
Trouble still remains for the family, as there are fines pending, and a refusal by the government to register the child, so that he can eventually go to school and participate in other basic activities as a citizen.
North Koreans are able to get news to the outside via Rimjin Gang, which is compiled by Asia Press. What’s up now is a series of stories about the starvation. Now is the time that food stores from the fall are running out, (bori-kage) and people are the most malnourished. It’s the worst time of year until May, when early crops are harvested.
It’s been a memorable typhoon season. Jelawat is the second big September storm to come through and mess things up in eastern Asia, injuring hundreds and wreaking havoc. Two weeks ago it was Typhoon Sanba, with Bolaven and Tembin striking in August. Below are a couple of Jelawat videos from Okinawa, brought to you by U.S. military personnel. Expect expletives.
Hu Xia’s name is being trashed by her township government, which claims that the induced abortion of her nearly 8 month unborn baby was voluntary.
Because she could not pay the fine for having a second child, Hu Xia, of Zhengjiamen village, Schangsche township, was taken forcibly to ‘People’s Hospital” and given an injection to induce abortion. She delivered a dead baby girl two days later.
The photo is taken on June 25, showing a despondent mother, 4 days after her abortion, appearing extremely displeased with the government’s decision to kill her baby.
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The Obama administration is completing the next to last steps prior to forced abortion policy in the United States. All are being forced to pay for the procedures, and health care professionals in many localities are being coerced to participate. Once this has become entrenched, women will be given no choice in the matter. The U.S. government, like that of China, will determine who may bear children and how many. It is to be presented as a “green” policy to preserve the earth.
The ongoing practice of the Chinese in producing and exporting these pills is related to the belief that the fetus is useful as a general tonic and an enhancer of male sexual potency. A documentary from South Korea depicts the customs war that nation has waged against the importation of the fetus pills.
Hillary appears to have more economic things in mind rather than the fate of Chen Guangcheng, China’s most well known activist. He had escaped from house arrest in Shandong to the U.S. embassy in Beijing. Hillary’s latest statement made during her visit in China does not mention Chen.
Various factors fueled his decision to leave the embassy and have his injuries treated at the hospital. One of those was to prevent the Chinese from taking his family, who had come to Beijing, back to Shandong.
Chen has changed his mind about staying in China, and now wishes for Hillary to fly him and his family out of there.
Pharmer is not expecting Hillary to grant his wish, as she does not sufficiently share Chen’s opposition to the forced abortion policies of China.