China Facing Reality of Forced Abortion

After decades of forced abortion to control its population, China is now forced to face its impact on their nation. They’re confronting a lack of population in China. In the nineties there were five Chinese workers for every pensioner. Now there are less than three. The writing is on the wall and Chinese officials are looking for a remedy. Li Bin, minister of the National Health and Family Planning Commission, said she expects China’s president to make a drastic departure from their brutal population control system by entirely stopping birth control late next year. She also alluded to a startling revelation—China may have ninety-million less people than the official count. It looks like China’s having to pay for its crimes against humanity.

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