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Topics: Forced Abortion

Hu Gets the Red Carpet, the Rest Gets Ignored



Hu Jintao, dictator of Communist China, received all the trappings of a state visit in April from President Bush, who ignored China’s systematic human rights abuses beyond making some vague statements about “respecting human rights and the freedoms of the Chinese people.” As expected, Bush got nothing from China, which continues to receive all the privileges she desires — whether it be crushing people of faith at home or flooding the American market with cheap …

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Hu Gets the Red Carpet, the Rest Gets Ignored



April 21, 2006 Volume 8 / Number 16 Hu Gets the Red Carpet, the Rest Gets Ignored Dear Colleague: Yet more congressional testimony about China’s human rights abuses failed to dampen Chinese dictator Hu Jintao’s American reception, but Congressman Chris Smith made his point for those willing to listen. Steven W. Mosher President Hu Jintao, dictator of Communist China, received all the trappings of a state visit this week from President Bush, who ignored China’s …

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For the Record …



“Joseph D’Agostino, spokesman for the Population Research Institute — the organization which first exposed the horrors of China’s coercive population program — commented, ‘It really shows that some people don’t care about human rights.’ “D’Agostino told LifeSiteNews.com, ‘These governments make noises about human rights but they obviously don’t care about them because there is no doubt UNFPA supports China’s coercive population program which includes forced abortion and sterilization. In some cases women are imprisoned and …

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This Year at Least, the U.S. Will Not Fund Organizations that Support Forced Abortions



July 9, 2004 Volume 6 / Number 24 Dear Colleague: I write with good news.  The House Appropriations Committee has just defeated an amendment by Representative Nita Lowey (D-NY) that would have forced the Bush Administration to give $25 million to the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA).  Special thanks to Congressman Todd Tiahrt (R-KS) for leading the charge against the Lowey Amendment. Steven W. Mosher President This Year at Least, the U.S. Will Not Fund …

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China’s Forced Abortion Machinery Grinds On–UNFPA Disinformation Campaign Continues–US Funding



July 6, 2004 Volume 6 / Number 23 Dear Colleague: This Friday, July 9, the House Appropriations Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives will vote on an amendment that would force President Bush to hand over tens of millions of dollars to the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA).  These population controllers help to manage China’s one-child policy, with its attendant abuses of forced abortion and sterilization.  The UNFPA should not receive one penny of …

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Forced Abortions in America: Case Before Supreme Court



You don’t have to go to China to discover forced abortion. It exists right here in America, and has for many years. Jane Roe II’s Story Last month, PRI Review carried the story of the forced abortion of a woman in Florida. To summarize, on March 29, 1997, a young, pregnant woman we’ll call Jane Roe II entered the Aware Woman Center for Choice in Florida for an abortion. She was undressed and put on …

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About F.A.C.E.: Forced Abortions Now Legal in the U.S.



The Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances (FACE) Act makes the violation of a woman’s right to receive reproductive health care a federal crime. It is hard to imagine a worse violation of reproductive rights than forced abortion. Yet the Eleventh Circuit of the U.S. Court of Appeals apparently disagrees. Forced Abortions Okay On 23 January 2004, in June Roe II vs. Aware Women Center for Choice, Inc., the Eleventh Circuit Court ruled that an …

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