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HONG KONG -- A new-born baby boy with his umbilical cord still attached was thrown out of high-rise Hong Kong building and found dead in a car park Tuesday, police and local media said.
Originally posted by searching_for_truth
reply to post by Dr Love
Hmmm, yes, China has a very strict law with regards to having more than one (used to be 2 kids per family, If I am not mistaken) child. I am not sure though about Hongkong. I think Hongkong has some kind of different & special law from China as part of the special agreement Between UK & China before Hongkong was handed back to China's control.
From all occupied areas, children were deported to Auschwitz since 1942. Small kids were ususally killed immediately because they were too young to work. Mothers who held their babies in their arms were gassed together with the children. A child made a mother look like "unable to work". Also grandmothers who were with their grandchildren, were killed......
Boys, which survived the selection, were first assigned to work as masons at the building of the crematories in Birkenau. The food rations were not sufficient for such a hard work, thus the boys suffered from malnutrition. In 1943, when the works in Birkenau were finished, the boys of the "school of masons" were taken to Auschwitz I and, together with other children, killed by phenol injections.
Some kids were in the camp constantly, within the blocks and in the labour commandos, where they had to do assistant works. There were German Kapos who kept boys in order to satisfy their perverse sexual desires.
The facts about the children of Jonestown
287 children died in the Jonestown massacre.
2003 Child murder statistics
There were 33 homicides committed against children under the age of 12 in 2003, the lowest number in over 25 years. Of these victims, 14 (or 42%) were under one year of age.
Of the 27 solved homicides against children, 23 were killed by a parent: 9 by a father, 4 by a step-father, 10 by a mother and 1 by a step-mother (in one incident, both parents were accused). In addition, 2 children were killed by their day-care provider and 2 by a stranger.
The phenomenon of female infanticide is as old as many cultures, and has likely accounted for millions of gender-selective deaths throughout history. It remains a critical concern in a number of "Third World" countries today, notably the two most populous countries on earth, China and India. In all cases, specifically female infanticide reflects the low status accorded to women in most parts of the world; it is arguably the most brutal and destructive manifestation of the anti-female bias that pervades "patriarchal" societies. It is closely linked to the phenomena of sex-selective abortion, which targets female fetuses almost exclusively, and neglect of girl children.
Originally posted by craig732
I wonder why as many people aren't outraged by a baby with a heartbeat being sucked out of a woman's womb?