Whether a one-child policy or a two-child policy, women in China found pregnant with an over-quota child continue to face severe and barbaric penalties, Population Research Institute (PRI) recently reported. These penalties include, in many provinces, being forced to have an abortion (just like the previous policy).

It has been just over two years since the Chinese Government modified its planned birth policy. In December of 2015, the Chinese National People’s Congress (NPC) Standing Committee officially transitioned from a one-child policy to a two-child policy. But PRI’s findings reveal that heavy-handed population control remains the same… The two-child policy is being just as rigorously enforced as the previous.

In 2012, The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) came under heavy fire after a PRI investigation showed how the UN was working with the communist dictatorship ruling mainland China to enforce the one-child policy—complete with forced abortions, involuntary sterilization, kidnapping of “illegal” children, and other brutal tactics. The evidence of UN complicity in the atrocious human rights violations was undeniable.

Testifying before the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Human Rights and International Programs in 2012, Steven Mosher of PRI told lawmakers, “Our conclusion is that the UNFPA is directly responsible for forced abortions and forced sterilizations in China. China’s one-child policy constitutes the longest-running and most far-reaching violation of human rights the world has ever seen. Four hundred million Chinese children are missing because of this policy.”

It is no secret that the UN population agency is deeply intertwined with the Chinese monstrosities. As recently as December of 2010, the Vice-Minister of the communist dictatorship’s “National Population and Family Planning Commission” thanked UNFPA for “its constant support to China’s population and family planning undertakings during the past thirty years and more.”

Some notable PRI figures relating to China’s murderous policies toward children include:

  • Induced (forced) abortion of Chinese babies, 1980-2012: 295,000,000
  • Births purposely prevented, 1980-2016: 400,000,000
  • Missing Chinese girls: 30,000,000 (explanation below)

A cultural preference for sons (caused by the one-child policy), combined with forced abortion, makes it much more likely that a Chinese girl will get aborted than a boy.

Image: In the past, abandoned babies in toilets were a by-product of China’s one-child policy in collaboration with UNFPA. (CCTV/ Lifenews.com)