The Price of an Intrusive Government
Here’s the story from Daily Mail:
First, let’s recognize a key point: China is a totalitarian government (even if they wear “mixed democracy” as a disguise) and it is unlawful for a family to have more than one child, but does law make the one-child policy just? Of course not.
With that in mind, let us ponder why some people in America believe China is a better run country.
Although it shows less Americans know about Chinese leadership, the ones who do are more likely to approve of China’s leadership. I see this as a huge problem when stories like the above emerge because it is a direct clash with the American value system – life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
Even our President has lauded Beijing’s industry during the Olympics, saying:
For our own president to say that China has better infrastructure than America is completely closed-minded to the price Chinese citizens pay for their so-called “vastly superior” infrastructure. America has fantastic industry AND our citizens work on infrastructure while simultaneously enjoying the natural rights of humans.
Harsh laws that make good industry should not be praised by our President, and it should not be supported by Americans. Furthermore, the direct intrusion of government to accomplish those industrial goals should not be extolled.
I hope the shock of Xiao Aiying’s story shows America that there is a price to having a government that intrudes in its people’s lives, and that price is unjust laws and barbaric measures to maintain those laws like the one-child policy in China.
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