Often in order for a person to be upset over something, their thinking has to be altered in some way or another, whether it be by a person’s story, a personal experience, or even a picture. Unfortunately the majority of us do not care about the major issues of our day until we are confronted with something that either impacts us personally or unless it pulls at our emotions.
An example of this is the outrage that has been taking place across the world these last few months over human rights issues in China. For years Chen Guangcheng, blind self taught lawyer, was persecuted for his efforts of exposing the injustice of forced abortion and sterilization in a Chinese village. Finally, after many years of imprisonment and torture, Chen and his family have been reunited and have found refuge, for the time being, in the United States. Chen is just one of many who have been isolated, beaten, and silenced for exposing the truth. The world was silent until this man’s story hit a climatic point after he escaped his confinement. Yet, because people across the world spoke out, much was accomplished in helping Chen and his family after years of suffering and continued injustice by China’s One Child Policy.
|Feng and Child|
What on earth is happening to our world? How does forced abortion of a seven month preborn child or charging that couple over $26,000 if they do not abort their child, make sense? YES, we should be outraged and YES we should do something. We cannot keep turning a blind eye to what is happening around us.
Many could say we are just as bad as China in the United States, but we are more civilized and quiet about it (I guess). Unborn children are being aborted in the United States just because of their gender, and government funding of abortion helps to make this happen. See the video below that is the most recent in a series of undercover investigations of Planned Parenthood’s involvement in sex selective abortions:
Does the truth have to be thrown in front of you with horrific pictures and stories in order for you to do something, or will you recognize the injustice of laws today and say this is not okay?
For the Dignity of the Born and Unborn,