Daily Archives: September 30, 2006

China’s Next Export To Barbados – Men

Why is the long standing practice of killing girl babies in China making problems for Jamaican men ? … from Female Infanticide In China: Jamaican Men Feel The Pain – Jamaica and the World Blog

In our continuing quest to link with other Caribbean bloggers, we recently discovered Jamaica and The World blog, and we’ve added a link on our sidebar. While we haven’t read everything on the blog, and we don’t agree with everything we have read (heck… we can’t even agree among ourselves at BFP!) – we are interested enough that Jamaica and the World will now be part of our daily reading.

Here is a Jamaica and the World post that made us stop to consider all the gifts that China has been lavishing upon Barbados and the rest of the Caribbean lately. As we keep pointing out at Barbados Free Press… Ain’t nothin’ be free…

China’s Major Export In The Coming Decade – Men

Female Infanticide In China: Jamaican Men Feel The Pain

Why is the long standing practice of killing girl babies in China making problems for Jamaican men ?

Because the Chinese Government’s infamous One Child policy has produced an estimated 41 million more adult Chinese males than females.

Human reproduction still requires females, and there are not enough to go around, no matter how many women are kidnapped/trafficked from the cities and neighboring countries.

So what to do ? Well, what you can do is export as many adult males as possible to as many Chinese-government-funded projects around the world as possible. Take, for example, the Greenfield Stadium being built for the 2007 Cricket World Cup in Trelawny, Jamaica…..

Exporting men helps China on its way to becoming the world’s sole superpower sooner rather than later….AND it frees up a little of the pressure on the police state at home….

… read the whole article at Jamaica and the World Blog (link here)

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