Advertising abortion on television is but one of the highly tendentious issues on Marie Stopes International’s (MSI) current agenda.
In mid May, Madame Li Bin, communist China’s top Population Minister, had a meeting in London with MSI hierarchy to discuss plans to open 3 new sexual health clinics in China. This is reported in today’s Sunday Times, May 30.
Human rights activists, not least those fighting for the rights of Tibet, have expressed outrage at the meeting, citing the coercive one-child policy that has ‘traumatized countless women in China and occupied regions such as Tibet and East Turkestan’, a policy that the same Li Bin is responsible for enforcing. And who in the civilised world does not know that by huge preference the preferred one-child will be male, with millions of baby girls aborted to further this discrimination, a practice so widespread that it is now being described as ‘pink gendercide’ (see Economist article.)
To get more of the horrifying details of the reality of population control in China we recommend you access Tibettruth files:
The Shanghai Post recently reported that a seven month old aborted baby declared dead by doctors in south China’s Guangdong
Province cried before he was due to be cremated, was rushed back to hospital, but died hours later as doctors refused to treat him. A mortuary worker at Nanhai Funeral Home in Foshan City said the baby cried and scared him as he was about to throw the coffin into a furnace. He opened the box and found the seven-month baby moving, but apparently choking on some cotton wool in his mouth. But doctors left him to die. The vice head of the funeral house said Guanyao Hospital sent many aborted fetuses or still-born babies for cremation. This baby apparently survived an abortion at seven months, and he had videos to prove the baby was still alive before the cremation.
Labour MP, Kate Hoey, a member of All-Party Parliamentary Group for Tibet, is quoted in The Sunday Times stating ‘It’s very sad that an organisation like Marie Stopes doesn’t reflect more on the grotesque human rights abuses that take place there.’
It is not clear exactly how much UK taxpayers’ money goes directly to China, or the extent of the Government’s internal MSI funding which is then re-directed to that country and other international activities. And what exactly are these activities?
It is more than time for some very searching questions at the highest level and time for some very accurate answers, with Marie Stopes International top of the list of those to be questioned.