Author Archives: Reggie Littlejohn

Chinese father of four commits suicide over one-child policy fines so his children can go to school

View original article on lifesitenews.com: http://www.lifesitenews.com/news/chinese-father-of-four-commits-suicide-over-one-child-policy-fines-so-his-c/ By Thaddeus Baklinski (LifeSiteNews.com) – A farmer and father of four in southwest China’s Guizhou province killed himself after family planning officials fined him the equivalent of almost 3,500 USD when he tried to … Continue reading

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CBN Features Reggie Littlejohn’s Congressional Testimony: The Chilling Reason for China’s One Child Policy

This year marks the 35th anniversary of China’s One Child Policy.  WRWF President Reggie Littlejohn was among those who testified before the Congressional Executive Commission on China in connection with this somber anniversary.  The Christian Broadcast Network (CBN) featured Littlejohn’s … Continue reading

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Chinese schoolteacher, 5 months pregnant, ordered to abort; then permitted to give birth

Under the One-Child Policy, a Chinese schoolteacher, five months pregnant, was ordered to abort by the end of May or lose her job.  This order has just been reversed, following domestic and international media attention.  Qin Yi (sometimes translated Tan … Continue reading

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Chinese Mom Has Abortion Because Her Only Child Threatened Suicide if She Had Another Baby

By Sarah Zagorski Partially republished with permission from LifeNews.com. Link to full article at the end. The Shanghi List has reported that a 44-year-old pregnant woman has aborted her baby because her 13-year-old threatened to commit suicide. Last year, Xiao … Continue reading

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The Reasons the Chinese Government Will Not Relinquish Coercive Population Control Under the One Child Policy

Testimony of Reggie Littlejohn, President Women’s Rights Without Frontiers April 30, 2015 Congressional Executive Commission on China   Honorable members of the Commission, Representative Chris Smith, Senator Marco Rubio, distinguished fellow panelists, ladies and gentlemen, I am grateful for this … Continue reading

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Viral Photos of Little Girl and Her Dad Capture Why China is a Ticking Time Bomb

By Marisa Lengor Kwaning Reprinted with permission from bound4life.   On the eve of Chinese New Year, photos of a father and daughter traveling to see her grandparents have gone viral – picked up by dozens of blogs and media outlets … Continue reading

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Police Rescue 37 Babies From Baby-Selling Trafficking Ring in China

By Sarah Zagorski Partially republished with permission from LifeNews.com. Link to full article at the bottom. Earlier this [year], China Central Television reported that authorities rescued 37 babies and a toddler out of an abandoned factory in the southwestern province … Continue reading

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Chinese Men Outnumber Women by 33 Million After Decades of Gender Bias

Republished with permission from Radio Free Asia (Radio Free Asia) – China was home to 33 million more men than women in 2014, renewing a long-running controversy over selective abortion, abandoned baby girls, and the country’s family planning restrictions, according … Continue reading

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Women ‘still dying’ after China’s 1-child policy ‘eased’

By Bob Unruh Republished with permission from World Net Daily A women’s-rights activist battling China over its one-child policy says no one should be fooled by the communist government’s insistence that the practice has been “eased,” because the infamous forced … Continue reading

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Reggie Littlejohn Speaks at United Nations Three Times — Charges Complicity with Forced Abortion in China

Dear Friends, I was humbled to speak three times at the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women earlier this month, to standing room only crowds representing more than 30 nations. Our message: forced abortion and gendercide under China’s … Continue reading

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