China denies rights to children born without permits, devastates families

China’s One-Child Policy has included forced abortion, forced sterilization, heavy fines and intimidation. But what isn’t often mentioned is that if Family Planning Officials fail on these fronts, any children who survive to be born and raised are denied hukou, or household registration. These children are essentially treated as non-citizens of China. Reggie Littlejohn, President of Women’s Rights Without Frontiers, wrote in a press release today:

Children without hukou will have no birth certificate, no official existence. They will not be eligible for health care or education. They cannot get a passport or driver’s license.  They will not be able officially to marry or work. As far as the Chinese government is concerned, these children do not exist.

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MTV: Live-tweeting periods to protest Ireland’s pro-life laws is ‘hilarious’

Ireland is one of the few nations where abortion is mostly illegal. While this has abortion advocates up in arms, it’s refreshing to see a place where the lives of the preborn are protected. And, as a result, Ireland has been ranked one of the safest places to have a baby.

But abortion supporters choose not to focus on that latter point, naturally, because it would do nothing to help their cause. Instead, we see deflection like that of Irish comedian, Grainne Maguire, who live-tweeted her period to Prime Minister Enda Kenny, with whom the pro-life movement has had issues before.

Outlets like MTV are applauding Maguire’s stunt, calling it  “absolutely hilarious.”

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Professor applauds China’s One Child Policy, pushes population control agenda

As readers may know, the Chinese government recently announced it would amend its One-Child Policy into a Two-Child Policy. While many have been excited about the change, they’re celebrating with false hope.

The Boston Globe recently published a piece by associate professor and author Sarah Conly. The piece’s title, “Here’s why China’s one-child policy was a good thing,” as well as the title of her most recent book, “One Child: Do We Have a Right to More,” say it all.

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Under China’s Two Child Policy, there will still be ‘hundreds of women crying each day’

China announced last Thursday that the country is ending its 35-year-old One Child Policy. The policy restricted urban couples to having only one child and rural couples to no more than two. However, this isn’t the first time headlines have proclaimed the end of the strictly enforced policy, and the facts demonstrate this newest change will not end the outrageous human rights violations plaguing China.

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Pro-life pregnancy center opens near abortion clinics in Ireland

Stanton-Healthcare-Pro-Life-Pregnancy-Help-672The American pro-life pregnancy help group Stanton Healthcare is opening a facility in Belfast, Ireland, on the same street as a Marie Stopes abortion clinic and near an International Family Planning Association abortion clinic.

Stanton, which is based in Boise, Idaho, set up its first overseas location with the help of Precious Life, a Northern Ireland pro-life group. Its mission is to stand in “direct opposition” to Marie Stopes’s pro-abortion work and to provide a pro-life location nearby for women visiting them.

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Ireland: Bus tour will distribute dangerous abortion pill

As part of a public campaign to legalize abortion in Ireland, a group of pro-choice activists plan to defy Irish law next week by driving a bus across the country offering abortion pills to women with unwanted pregnancies.

The tour is being organized by ROSA, a pro-abortion group, which was “initiated by women in the Socialist Party, with the aim of promoting and organizing events, actions and campaigning activity.”

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Members of European Parliament call on EU to defund Planned Parenthood

While most of Planned Parenthood’s known offenses have occurred in the U.S., the world is taking note – and concern is spreading that Planned Parenthood may be breaking the law in other parts of the world, as well.

Several members of the European Parliament proposed an inquiry into the Planned Parenthood scandal in America, as well as into the International Planned Parenthood Federation, which currently receives funding from the European Commission.

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Chinese woman considers aborting baby at 8 months to save husband’s job

She is 41 and eight-months pregnant with a healthy baby she is considering killing. Because she lives in China and has a child already, “Chen” says she may abort her second child so she can save her husband’s job as a police officer.

Despite public outcry and outrage over the situation, Chen says abortion is an option, though it appears the possible abortion may be forced. The New York Post reports:

“I’m fearful,” Chen said. “If my husband believes I must abort the child, there’s nothing I can do.”

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UK court says 10-month-old baby of mentally disabled parents can be denied care

Since 10-month-old baby Jake is not expected to live long enough to enjoy his childhood, a UK court has decided that he could be denied antibiotics and cardiac massage should he need such services.

Jake, born to two mentally disabled parents who could not care for him, suffers from epileptic encephalopathy of infancy, a genetic condition. Jake was already in foster care when he suffered a “prolonged seizure,” the Daily Mail reported last week.

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Women’s Rights Without Frontiers files complaint to the UN

On August 10, 2015, Women’s Rights Without Frontiers (WRWF) filed a complaint with the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women regarding coercive population control in China.

WRWF is a non-profit, non-partisan international coalition that aims to bring awareness and an end to forced abortion and sex slavery in China. They work to not only expose the violence and violations of human rights, but to help the victims as well.

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Briton with lung cancer is euthanized at same clinic as his wife 18 months earlier

18 months before Bob Cole died, his wife Ann had been euthanized at Dignitas in Switzerland. An avid assisted suicide advocate, Cole had been diagnosed with lung cancer, and chose to also be euthanized at Dignitas.

According to Cole, he was “taking a stand” and claimed that living with cancer had made him “like an animal.”

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