Chinese Government Monsters!


By Mark Trapp | September 2, 2000

“This is a question of human rights. Only the local government can take these questions.”
-- Chinese citizen, asked about the murder of a newborn baby by government officials.

“We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men are created equal; that they are endowed, by their Creator, with certain unalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.”
-- The Declaration of Independence.

In China last month, a group of government “family planning” officials pulled a newborn baby boy from its family and drowned him in a nearby rice field. This murder was committed in furtherance of China’s “one-child policy.” You see, the Chinese government has decreed that families may have only one child each. Apparently, exceeding these government-set limits can result in drastic consequences. Thus, when this peasant woman had the awful temerity to become pregnant with her fourth child, the Chinese government decided that enough was enough.

When the baby somehow survived their attempt at an induced abortion, the officials ordered the infant’s father to kill his newborn son. The father instead dumped the baby into a lavatory behind a government building, where it was found by a doctor who took the child to a local clinic.

However, by the time the baby was returned home, the family planning officials had gotten wind of his survival and were furious. Thus, they were waiting for the newborn when he was delivered home. After a brief struggle, they drowned the infant. Family planning, Chinese style.

Here is the SICKO mind of Dr. Pianka, and he wants this to come to America...

“The reason China was able to turn the corner and is gonna become the new super power in the world is because they got a police state and they can force people to stop reproducing. That's the only reason they were able to turn the corner.”


Too bad that baby’s parents didn’t live in America. In this country, we are protected by the “self-evident” truth that “all men are created equal” with the rights to “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.” We would never allow our government to trample on the basic human right to life in such a reprehensible manner. Here, in the land of the free, the Declaration of Independence places “questions of human rights” beyond the reach of government. Right?

Wrong. On June 28 of this year, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that a woman has the constitutional right to allow her “doctor” to deliver her baby, all except the head, stab it in the neck with scissors, insert a tube, and suck out its brains. In case you are unaware, this is the procedure employed in a partial-birth abortion. And it’s our newest ‘constitutional right.’ Family planning, American style.

Now, I am sure that had Thomas Jefferson not been preoccupied with the Revolutionary War, and been afforded time to consider things further, he certainly would have included among the Declaration’s unalienable rights, along with life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, the right to barbarously murder one’s innocent offspring.

Amazingly, however, it took nearly 224 years and the intellect and courage of Justice David Breyer to recognize this fundamental right. Surely one day his likeness will be found on Mount Rushmore. Thank God Justice Breyer came along, else desperate American women would be reduced to drowning their unwanted newborns in rice paddies. And that doesn’t seem – well, it just doesn’t seem “constitutional,” does it? But partial-birth abortion – what rational soul can argue with that?

But is Justice Breyer really so smart? For if he is, then why doesn’t he know what every young child (and even a few adults) inherently does – that that baby drowned in the rice field in China, as well as those stabbed in the neck and discarded here in America, possesses the unalienable right to life. Furthermore, why doesn’t he know that this right comes from mankind’s Creator, God himself; and not from our mothers, “government family planning officials,” or “Justice Breyer, writing for the majority.”

This country was founded by some truly great men. These men knew that to be legitimate, a government must respect fundamental human rights. That is why they rested our government on the consent of the people. In other words, the people hold the reins of government, not the other way around. Sadly, today not many citizens are willing to stand up for these self-evident truths, or even become educated about them.

If we are to change this, we must realize that the Constitution and the Declaration do not mean anything if we, as citizens, are not willing to uphold their principles. We need to bear in mind the words written by a Supreme Court Justice far more worthy of our regard than Justice Breyer. More than 160 years ago, Justice Story wrote of our nation: “It has been reared for immortality, if the work of man may justly aspire to such a title. It may, nevertheless, perish in an hour, by the folly, or corruption, or negligence of its only keepers, THE PEOPLE.”

As a citizen, then, you have the responsibility to uphold the principles of freedom upon which our nation was founded. Either these innocent, half-born babies have the unalienable right to life or they do not. The Declaration of Independence says they do. Justice Breyer says they do not. What do you say?


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