There is a War Against Women . . . But it’s Not in America
 
There is a War Against Women . . . But it’s Not in America
Written By Micah Clark   |   04.11.12

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In spite of Vice President Joe Biden’s praise of its “one child” policy, the Obama Administration, the most ardently pro-abortion presidency ever, has actually linked China’s one-child per family policy as a significant contributor to a tragic problem in the communist country.

It seems that terminating one’s unborn child is not as easy, nor as trouble free as the abortion industry would like for us to believe. According to a 2009 report, every day in China 500 women committed suicide. That is 3,500 women a week, 15,000 women a month and 182,500 women a year who took their lives in China. It is an abnormally high rate that is 300 percent higher among women than Chinese men. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, in the United States, four times more men than women commit suicide.

The U.S. State Department report concludes:

“violence against [Chinese] women and girls, discrimination in education and employment, the traditional preference for male children, birth-limitation policies, and other societal factors contributed to the high female suicide rate.”


Micah Clark
In 1989 Micah Clark graduated from Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar, Missouri with a bachelor’s degree in Political Science. Micah interned as a member of the Indiana House of Representatives’...
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