The dirty little secret that both America and China go to great lengths not to talk about is the senseless slaughter of their unborn children. As America hurtles toward the 60 million mark, China has killed nearly 400 million children since 1980. China’s One Child Policy places the value of a baby boy over that of a baby girl, resulting in the killing of hundreds of millions of little girls. The end result after 34 years… who would have guessed?…a shortage of girls. One unintended consequence of the resulting population disparity between males and females; rampant sex-slave trafficking in China. In America we have no such problem. Our abortion industry doesn’t discriminate. They’ll kill any baby, regardless of sex, as long as they get paid.
China takes the killing of their children a little further than we do. They encourage, and even reward families for killing their children, even after they are born, in order to comply with their One Child Policy. Two great civilizations, America and China, killing their kids and thinking they won’t have to pay a price for violating the most sacred of trusts. I’m thinking this doesn’t work out well for either in the end.
Since Planned Parenthood didn’t seem to want to respond to any of my letters, I figured I’d take a swing at China and see what happened. Last September I wrote the following letter to Chinese Ambassador Zhang Yesui.
Embassy of the Peoples Republic of China
201 Wisconsin Ave. NW
Washington, D.C. 20007
Attn: Ambassador Zhang Yesui
September 27, 2013
My country allows over 3,000 unborn children to be killed every day, most of them simply as a matter of convenience. Your country demands that over 10 times this number of children be killed every day under your One Child Policy. You force women to have abortions against their will and coerce others to kill their children shortly after birth in order to avoid being fined or jailed for having too many children. Sir, every American and Chinese child is inherently endowed with the right to be born.
While abortion is a matter of choice in America, it is required by law in China. Whether by choice or by law, abortion is wrong in every instance and every child that dies in this manner forever diminishes both our countries. Mr. Ambassador, life, like water, flows naturally as it seeks its proper balance. Interfering with the flow of life is unnatural and, if continued, will ultimately lead to the destruction of societies that allow their unborn children to be killed. Just look at the population imbalance between males and females in China. Sex-selective abortion, where, in your country, female babies are aborted so the family can try to have a boy, has resulted in a 20% male to female population disparity.
Mr. Ambassador, the abortion numbers in our counties are staggering. Since 1973, with the passage of Roe v Wade, nearly 56,000,000 unborn children have been killed in America. Estimates put the number of dead children in China since your One Child Policy was implemented in 1980 at over 350,000,000. The death toll for children killed by abortion in both our countries eclipses the death toll of all the wars ever fought in the history of the world.
In what sane world should a government or any human being decide how many children a family is allowed to have before they are forced to kill their other children? Should a culture encourage parents to abandon their newborn children, knowing they will die a lonely, horrible death, out of fear of being punished for having too many children?
Mr. Ambassador, both our countries have a lot of work to do. Our economies are crumbling; our governments are too big and too powerful, and most importantly, both have lost the respect and reverence for the sanctity of every human life. Sir, my goal in life was to end abortion in America. Now it is to end abortion in the world. Every child, no matter where it is, no matter what its circumstances, is entitled to the most basic and most important of all human rights; the right to life.
With or without your help, I intend to end abortion in America and the world. With or without your help, the children of the world will never give up in their quest to do just one thing; live.
My letters are published on my pro-life blog at www.prolifepoppop.com. Should you choose to reply, I’ll publish your reply, unedited.