Foreign Policy reported today that eight women died and 68 more were hospitalized in India after being operated on with infected instruments during a one-day sterilization drive in the central state of Chhattisgarh.
Am I being unfair in saying that all this makes the hollow, superficial, and il-informed outrage of the Indian press about Galway’s Savita tragedy seem even more so? I also wonder how outraged the Irish Times is going to be about this.
This is a by-product of the world population control industry. Will there be any investigation, multiple inquiries, scrutiny of the agents behind this atrocity? No, it is it all going to be taken as collateral damage which is inevitable in the “very worthy” campaign to stem the tide of unwanted people being imposed on the planet by a feckless “third world”.
We will wait and see – but we won’t be holding our breath.
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Before I send this post on, can I draw your attention to the second line in the second paragraph where you refer to *Galway’ Savita tragedy*. I’m sure you meant to put an s after the apostrophe!
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