I regularly read The Economist on Saturday (among other things).
In doing so, I came across this article: economist.com/node/21557369
I also read through the comments.
Obviously some of the people commenting are probably paid to comment in favor of the PRC. They are known for that. (And as far as that goes, I’ve seen “freelance” jobs pop up very often for jobs similar for different entities. Never trust reviews to be from genuine people. Or blog posts, or comments, or forums… there are people paid, however poorly, to lie all over the internet in favor of certain positions/companies/etc.)
The ones that really scare me are the ones who are potentially “real” commenters in favor of this horrible story.
The woman was FORCED into a late-term abortion and hunted down like an animal.
I just wanted to bring this to the attention of pro-life individuals. I commented, but of course I was slammed for being “anti-China”. When really, I’m anti-anyone who would do this to a woman and child.
Please pray for the women in China (and all over the world) and this poor woman in particular and her infant…
I can’t believe horrors like this don’t spark more outrage. Really, not so much can’t as “don’t want to believe”.