August 10, 2011 (LifeSiteNews.com)—AP reported yesterday that “China vows [a] crackdown on sex-selective abortions” to close the gendercide gap. Don’t hold your breath.
A BBC news article, “China acts to protect baby girls,” reported the same vow in 2004. Zhao Baige, then Deputy Director (now Vice Minister) of China’s National Population and Family Planning Commission, vowed seven years ago: “Illegal sex determination and sex-selective abortion must be strictly banned . . . China has set the goal of lowering the sex ratio to a normal level by 2010.”
The result? In 2004, there were 117 boys born […]
Wei was abandoned by her fiancée but later married another Chinese man, moved to Oklahoma, and had four children, who are now 11, 9, 7 and 3. She also became a Christian, and a supporter of the underground church in China.
"Since 1979--the year the UN Population Fund (UNFPA) and the Chinese Government launched the one child per couple policy, which makes sisters and brothers illegal -- gendercide in China has exploded," said Congressman Chris Smith.