posted on Sep, 30 2013 @ 08:59 AM
reply to post by hknudzkknexnt
That's great news. Congratulations to those who carried out the successful raids. If anything tears at my heart, the depraved act of human
trafficking has to be right up there. Let's hope everyone is returned home safely and that the parents are able to feed them and clothe them, rather
than look to traffickers again for some relief, if in fact they gave up their children voluntarily.
I would like to read something at this point about a real reflection on their one child policy and the imbalanced numbers between boy and girl births.
I've heard a couple of radio shows about it and it was rather interesting.
Thanks for the info, OP The numbers are staggering and speak of a developed business rather than some random act. From your same article:
China has trumpeted the success of an intensified crackdown on the kidnapping and sale of children and women recently. In 2011, police said
they had rescued more than 13,000 abducted children and 23,000 women over the past two years or so.
That's the same as the entire
population of the town I live in.