The filmmakers show us totalitarianism in its rawest form, in its effort to control the most sacred of all bonds—that of the family.
I pray that Lisa Milbrand comes to realize that, had she been marching in the streets of Beijing to protest the country’s communist ties, she’d likely be detained in a re-education camp.
Had the couple stayed longer in China, Mensheng and the boys may have been prime targets for a totalitarian regime that has aborted more than 400 million babies.
Had these girls lived in a free society, they could be teachers, doctors, dancers, or any profession they wanted to be. Communism didn’t teach them to ‘dream big.’
China’s one-child policy is horrible, and let’s hope it’s really over. Even so, this tragedy has given me a beautiful gift.
The Chinese Communist Party remains firmly in control of fertility. That allows it to shift from sterilizing wombs to forcibly impregnating them.
As family size shrinks, so does the private social safety net, and the opportunities for close, meaningful relationships.
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