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Archive for May 6th, 2012

Brutal China Sterilizes 38% of All Women

Posted by w_thames_the_d on May 6, 2012


China is fighting a war against good. The government is the black heart that all those who live a bad life will endure upon passing.
Here is proof
Excerpt

According to the government of China itself, 38 percent of women of child-bearing age have been sterilized, and China performs 35,000 abortions a day, often conducted under coercion. The vast majority are gender selective, as boys continue to be favored over girls.

If a woman manages, despite the odds, to give birth to this unsanctioned child, the full power of the socialist state will crash down upon her newborn infant, who will be denied a residence permit and education papers, restricted from employment and stripped of any child food subsidy.
Story
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/kerry-kennedy/chinas-one-child-policy_b_1483683.html

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Classy in China

Posted by w_thames_the_d on May 6, 2012


from from mop.com

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Cancer Cabbage From China Exported to the USA

Posted by w_thames_the_d on May 6, 2012


Here is a translation of cancer cabbage problem from China. The Chinese, whose souls are as absent as their love, have used formaldhyde to preserve cabbage. Some of the cabbage makes it to the US.

“Formaldehyde cabbage: Pingliang the hotline www.p358.com roundup: formaldehyde, cabbage, Shandong, media exposure, farmers use formaldehyde preservation on the cabbage. There are vegetable vendors is clear: Chinese cabbage using formaldehyde. Because now the cabbage water, the outside temperature is high, two or three days rotten, not to mention a lot of cabbage is also sold overseas. There are also many called yams and mushrooms also use formaldehyde. Some of the local vegetable traders said that the use of the preservative is almost an unspoken rules of the vegetable industry. The Pingliang hotline for you a detailed report on formaldehyde cabbage!

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