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WSJ Reports China's Female Shortage, Without Mentioning Abortion

The Wall Street Journal will not admit that abortion is the cause of China's population problems. WSJ blames a "30-year-old population-planning policy and customary preference for boys." WSJ calls it a "family-planning policy," but in truth it is forced abortion.

There are about 32 million less females than males because of China's forced abortion policy.

Further deflecting the issue away from a one-child policy or forced abortion, WSJ titles their report "It's Cold Cash, Not Cold Feet, Motivating Runaway Brides in China.

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