Pets or Meat! and It’s China … Again – Child-Snatchers Abducting 200,000 A Year

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This kid had his eyes “stolen” and then was left in a field to die.

As many as 200,000 boys and girls are kidnapped in China every year and sold openly online.

This is done under the guise of adoption (but frequently results in forced slave labor for the children or using them to harvest their organs).

Child trafficking has been a long-standing problem in China, but despite the efforts of the authorities, the practice is thriving and is spreading to other countries as well.

Remember, with third-world immigrants comes third-world values, and those values are very different than your’s or mine.

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  • Dana Garcia

    Just when you think you’ve seen all the barbaric diversity that exists on earth, then there’s something else. And these aren’t even Allah’s little helpers.

    • Clausewitz

      Justin’s favourite people. Just sayin’.

  • DMB

    It gives the term “Made in China” a whole new perspective.

  • canminuteman

    On the subject of different people having different values…
    There is a TV show I watch called “Mayday”. Its a documentary about aircraft accidents and what causes them. Once the program was about a plane crash in Peru. As soon as the local village became aware of the crash, they all rushed to the site of the crash as soon as they could, to loot the dead and steel every bit of wreckage they could carry away. The army had to go in to guard the area and the had to offer a reward before they could get someone to give them the flight data recorder back. But all cultures are equal.

    • Drunk_by_Noon

      That’s so cute!
      The Russian/Ukrainians did the very same thing with Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 that they shot down.
      Stripped the watches, rings, and wallets, which made identification a lot more difficult.

      • Seaside villages used to do that a lot. Some used (allegedly) to lure ships and boats in. Good lootin’!

        • Drunk_by_Noon

          Yes! They were called ‘breakers’.
          Didn’t the crown usually hang them if they were caught?
          Something tells me the Irish were mixed up in that.

  • Not just an Asian problem, sadly.

    When teaching, I often had classes that were either all boys or were mostly boys. Tell me that won’t bite someone in the @$$ later on.

    If Chinese men cannot find Chinese brides (live ones), they will use North Korean women.

  • Frances

    So sad. Just celebrating one of the “grandbrats” becoming a mobile monster. Yet this little one is left to die. On the other hand, the ‘unwanted’ children of our culture are aborted, and few dare criticize.

    • This will be the saddest thing you will ever read:

      http://www.columbia.edu/itc/ealac/moerman/fall2000/edit/pdfs/wk14/aholoc.pdf

      “Mei-ming has lain this way for 10 days now: tied up in urine-soaked blankets, scabs of dried mucus growing across her eyes, her face shrinking to a skull, malnutrition slowly shriveling her two-year old body. The orphanage staff call her room the “dying room”, and they have abandoned here for the very same reasons her parents abandoned her shortly after she was born. She is a girl.

      When Mei-ming dies four days later, it will be of sheer neglect. Afterward, the orphanage will deny she ever existed. She will be just another invisible victim of the collision between China’s one-child policy and its traditional preference for male heirs. She is one of perhaps 15 million female babies who have disappeared from China’s demographics since the one-child-per-family policy was introduced in 1979. …

      For Kate Blewett, producer of The Dying Rooms, the investigation was a journey into the heart of darkness: “I did not know human beings could treat children with such contempt, such cruelty. Some of the orphanages we visited were little more than death camps.”

      To protect those who helped the team gain access to orphanages and whom Blewett interviewed, the documentary does not name any of the orphanages In one, a dozen or so baby girls sit on bamboo benches in the middle of a courtyard. Their wrists and ankles are tied to the armrests and legs of the bench. A row of plastic buckets is lined up beneath holes in their seats to catch their urine and excrement. The children will not be moved again until night, when they will be lifted out and tied to their beds. “They had no stimulation, nothing to play with, no one to touch them,” says Blewett. In one scene, a handicapped older boy walks up to one of the girls tied to a bench and begins head-butting her relentlessly. The girl doesn’t move or make a sound. Such is the lack of stimulation for the children that few of them will ever learn to speak. An endless rocking is the only exercise, the only stimulation, the only pleasure in their lives.”

      • Drunk_by_Noon

        Yep!
        You win.

        The Chinese government’s response.”The so-called dying rooms do not exist in China at all,” the letter read. “Our investigations confirm that those reports are vicious fabrications made out of ulterior motives. The contemptible lie about China’s welfare work in orphanages cannot but arouse the indignation of the Chinese people, especially the great number of social workers who are working hard for children’s welfare.”
        So, there you go!
        I once had to walk past a Russian orphanage in Saint Petersburg everyday for a couple of week and I used to poke food and sometimes candy through the fence.
        I was eventually chided for it as it was interpreted by the locals as me, a westerner, “trying to make Russians look bad”.
        In my opinion, they didn’t need my help “looking bad”.

        • And these people have the audacity to attack others for their “human rights abuses”.

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            They do lie a lot, and about all manner of things.

            At the end of the day, they really do know how inferior they are, and to them it is maddening. It really puts the buzz in their heads.

            We make iPhones and crank them out by the millions and they have a hard time making a microwave oven that meets basic safety standards, or even works.

            Most peoples of the world, I have sadly concluded, really do need to be managed, on some level.
            I know, I’m sounding like a hard-core lefty, but the further away from North America and Western Europe you get, the more that is true.

          • The thing is if Nixon hadn’t opened up China but instead let it collapse, things might be marginally better.

      • DVult

        So sad.

  • P_F

    And, the gang leaders would send their families to stay & study in BC with the proceeds of their depredation.

  • Horror.