Women’s Rights Alert! Forced Abortion In China Exposed in YouTube Video

Reggie Littlejohn, Women’s Rights Without Frontiers President, just released a four-minute YouTube video exposing the truth about China’s one-child policy, that results in forced abortions throughout China. There are heartbreaking images in the video.

There is no doubt that China enforces its One Child Policy with three main draconian tools: forced abortion, forced sterilization and infanticide.

the policy that Reggie Littlejohn calls “China’s War on Women,” causes more violence toward women and girls than any other policy on earth. It is the biggest violation of women’s rights on the planet, and it affects 20% of the world’s population.

“It does not matter whether you are pro-life or pro-choice on this issue. No one supports forced abortion, because it’s not a choice.”

Reggie Littlejohn

Reggie Littlejohn, President of Women’s Rights Without Frontiers, a non-partisan, international coalition that opposes forced abortion and sexual slavery in China, has briefed the White House and testified before Congress. She has also delivered an address at the European Parliament in Brussels.

Littlejohn is an expert on China’s One Child Policy.

The Yale Law School graduate has represented Chinese refugees in political asylum cases in the United States.

Website: Womens Rights Without Frontiers

China’s War on Women! New Video

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