"In China, dark side of adoption exposed; Parents speak out on coercion, theft of babies for profit" by Barbara Demick, Los Angeles Times | September 27, 2009
TIANXI, China - The problem is rooted in China’s population controls, which limit most families to one child, two if they live in the countryside and the first is a girl. Each town has a family planning office, usually staffed by Communist Party cadres who have broad powers to order abortions and sterilizations.
I'm becoming more and more antiabortion all the time -- especially when you consider the agenda-pushing papers favorable stance toward the act.
And don't think that isn't the mind-set of your own fanatical population-control fundis, America. What's with NORPLANT, etc?
People who have additional babies can be fined up to six times their annual income - fines euphemistically called “social service expenditures.’’
I love it when the AmeriKan MSM pot hollers euphemism at the "enemy" kettle.