problem with china: they NEED a war
by Bill Gallagher Hachita NM
Saturday, Jul. 11, 2009 at 1:27 PM
the infanticide of females in china show the average chinese male for
what they really are, little monkey warlords, arrogant beastial
apelike thngies quacking threats and promises at each other as if it
and they want to rule the world
one of the fastest growing businesses within china itself is male prostitution
there one sees the manifestation of the races natural fail-safe
mechanism against overpopulation, versus the clotheshanger, versus war
the lord lovers and their types always choose war, and the little tin
warlords of chiner, the clotheshanger
although the failsafe will always manifest, because God made it that way
are you getting any of this? are you competent? God knows the
baptists ain't, and a bunch of others like that, they are really just
want-to-be jews, kind of like little tin warlords
naw, we're not monkeys...this is the most embarassing place i have
ever been....this planet i mean...it makes my butt itch....b
One Child Policy
The Chinese government introduced the policy in 1979 to alleviate
social, economic, and environmental problems in China, and
authorities claim that the policy has prevented more than 250 million
births from its implementation to 2000. The policy is controversial
both within and outside China because of the manner in which the
policy has been implemented, and because of concerns about negative
economic and social consequences.
*************The policy has been implicated in an increase in forced
abortions and female infanticide, and has been suggested as a possible
cause behind ******China's significant gender imbalance.*****
Nonetheless, a 2008 survey undertaken by the Pew Research Center
showed that over 75% of the Chinese population supports the policy.
The policy is enforced at the provincial level through fines that are
imposed based on the income of the family and other factors.
Population and Family Planning Commissions (Chinese: º∆ªÆ…˙”˝ŒØ‘±ª·) exist at
every level of government to raise awareness about the issue and carry
out registration and inspection work. Despite this policy, there are
still many citizens that continue to have more than one child.
China's National Population and Family Planning Commission has said
that the policy will remain in place for at least another decade.
NBC: China begins to face sex-ratio imbalance - World news- msnbc.com
Sep 14, 2004 ... The age-old bias for boys in China, combined with the
draconian one-child policy, has produced what may be the largest
gender imbalance in ...