Mother Jumps From Second Story Window To Escape Forced Abortion By Communist Chinese Government

In Communist China, the authorities kidnap pregnant women from the street, hold them down and abort their babies.

That is the government were talking about. The same government that has been showering gifts and financial aid upon Barbados in order to win our votes at the United Nations.

Shiu Yon Zhou knows this first hand. Her story is one you will not forget.

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4 responses to “Mother Jumps From Second Story Window To Escape Forced Abortion By Communist Chinese Government

  1. FatboySlims

    Anyone else see the irony of the title ?

  2. CHERYL BLACKMAN

    i was glad to hear about the forensic audits for UDC and Hardwood. what I am not clear about is why would you ask Enterprise growth fund to conduct it for Hardwood, I thought the accusation was that enterprise growth fund acted improperly in granting the investment, in the first place.

    Secondly, gov’t needs an audit on Town Planning. It has been going around since COW Williams indicated that he received his planning permission in five weeks, how many ordinary Barbadians have had to wait for two and three years to get permission granted for simple projects. It has also been rumoured that a significantly greater number of planning permission for large acres of agricultural land have been granted in the short space of time since the new gov’t. I want to know why small Barbadians trying to get permission have to eventually abandon their plans to do housing projects and have to sell the land to others. Other stories allege that ‘unless money passes hands, your file can stay in the system for an extremely long time, and this oppresses poor people in our country. The allegation of corruption is from the top of town planning down to other senior officers. If you get them vex by asking a straight question,yuh dead. This is disturbing. This would certainly be a good thing for the new gov’t to deal with because the allegations date more than 20 years.

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