Katanga’s forgotten children (Japanese miners committed infanticide in the Democratic Republic of Congo)
During the 1970s, an increased demand for copper and cobalt attracted Japanese investments in the mineral-rich southeastern region of Katanga Province. Over a 10-year period, more than 1,000 Japanese miners relocated to the region, confined to a strictly male-only camp. Arriving without family or spouses, the men often sought social interaction outside the confounds of their camps. In search of intimacy with the opposite sex, sometimes resulting in cohabitation, the men openly engaged in interracial dating and relationships, a practice mostly embraced by the local society. As a result, a number of Japanese miners fathered children with native Congolese women. However, most of the mixed race infants resulting from these unions died, soon after birth. Multiple testimonies of local people suggest that the infants were poisoned by a Japanese lead physician and nurse working at the local mining hospital. Subsequently, the circumstances would have brought the miners shame as most of them already had families back in their native Japan. The practice forced many native Katangan mothers to hide their children by not reporting to the hospital to give birth. Today, fifty Afro-Japanese have formed an association of Katanga Infanticide survivors. The organization has hired legal counsel seeking a formal investigation into the killings. The group submitted official inquiry to both the Congolese and Japanese governments, to no avail. Issues specific to this group include having no documentation of their births, since not having been born in the local hospital spared their lives. The total number of survivors is unknown source Till this day justice has not been served and the Japanese government refuse to listen to the mothers and survivors practically branding them as liars.
Planned Parenthood announced on Monday that starting in April 2013, Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin will close one clinic a month for four months. By July, four of the twenty-seven Planned Parenthood clinics in Wisconsin will have shut their doors.
Planned Parenthood is feeling the effects of the decrease in state funding and points to the Wisconsin Legislature’s cutting of an estimated $1 million of funding to the organization in the last state budget as their reason for closing down these clinics.
In 1915, Dr. Harry J. Haiselden heralded the first wave of U.S. eugenics when he gained fame and wealth by exploiting the evil legacy of the Black mother…. On November 12, 1915, he announced to newspapers that he had allowed the ailing but viable newborn of his patient Anna Bollinger die in Chicago’s German-American Hospital because he would have gone through life as a “defective”. Between 1915 and 1918, Haiselden killed five other babies, drawing fawning attention from the press each time…. Haiselden encouraged parents and other pediatricians to follow his example by killing or allowing the deaths of the “genetically inferior”. Parents began openly to recruit doctors to kill their children who were born with birth defects, and doctors came forward with their own proud confessions of infanticide… Haiselden arranged “photo ops” with his dying patients and their mothers.
Medical Apartheid: The Dark History of Medical Experimentation on Black Americans from Colonial Times to the Present by Harriet A. Washington, page 192
Reminder that American doctors were pulling this shit, PROUDLY murdering “defective” people, well before the Nazis ever did
This was less than 100 years ago
Haiselden went on to make a movie starring himself called The Black Stork. “It begins with the story of a white, wealthy slave owner who, in a moment of inebriation, is seduced by his ‘vile, filthy’ black servant. The resulting child supplies a genetic taint to his family that haunts his progeny, making them unfit to marry. One scene showcases a panoply of 'defective’ children, and the very first image is that of a Black child”(Washington 192).
Activists Destroy Pro-Life Memorial to Remember Unborn Babies
Pro-abortion activists have destroyed a memorial of crosses set up in a field to remember the 55 million unborn children who have been killed in abortions since Roe v. Wade in 1973…
“It appears the animosity against the preborn knows no bounds. Not only are we content as a nation to stand back and allow the preborn to die through the sin and crime of abortion, but now there are those among us who seek to destroy the very memory of these children as well,”
A 26-year-old Pennsylvania woman gave birth to a baby boy in the restroom of a sports bar in Allentown, suffocated him, then stuffed his body in a toilet tank before returning to the bar to finish watching a wrestling match in her bloodied clothes. The woman, Amanda Catherine Hein, faces a single count of murder that could attract the death penalty due to the age of the child.
Mark Crutcher (president of Life Dynamics Inc.) calls Hein an abortion industry poster child, and explains why.
“Why are the nation’s pro-choice organizations not rushing to the defense of this woman? Remember, two of their standard arguments in support of abortion is that (a) women are the ones who get to determine when life begins and (b) the government has no legal right to tell a woman she has to have a baby she doesn’t want.
“Well, if those things are [consistently] true, Ms. Hein fits the pro-choice model to a tee. After all, if she says that her baby’s life had not yet begun, what right does the State of Pennsylvania have to question that? And if she says that she has the legal right to decide for herself whether she wants to have a child or not, how is she different than any other woman sitting in the waiting room of any abortion clinic in the country?”
A Utah woman named Megan Huntsman admitted to killing six of her newborn babies between 1996 and 2006 by strangling them shortly after birth and wrapping them up in cloth and a plastic bag and hiding them in her own house. Including a stillborn child that was also covered up, it was found that five of her children were girls and two were boys. Megan told police she killed them after becoming a meth addict because she felt she couldn’t take proper care of them. She currently has three surviving children who were born prior to her meth addiction. Her estranged husband found the bodies when he visited the home they once shared to collect his belongings after Megan had moved out. She received life imprisonment.
‘It’s A Girl’ is a great documentary about the tremendous amount of female infaticide and gendercide taking place in southeast asia and around the world.
it pays specific attention to what is behind these cultural and historical practices of devaluing women and girls, and i think literally everyone should see it. if you have netflix, you’ve probably already seen it on your home screen somewhere.