February 4, 2015
China has a serious shortage of females, due to their one child policy, which was adopted following Mao’s retarded “as many children as physically possible” policy. Women, when pregnant with a girl, have tended to abort it so that they will have a son to carry on the family name.
Instead of looking inside of Asia for females to import (Southeast Asia has plenty available due to African-style breeding), China is instead looking to mix their blood with Whites by importing poverty-stricken women from the Jew-run Ukriane.
“Their economy is depressed but beautiful women are running rampant,” the state-run Beijing News reported Jan. 22 in a story suggesting that Ukrainian women could be the solution to China’s woman shortage. The piece, illustrated with charts, bubbles, and cartoon illustrations of lonely Chinese men, was a breezy attempt to make light of China’s missing women and the severe gender imbalance caused by couples aborting female fetuses in favor of boys. So widespread is the practice that it has badly skewed the country’s sex ratio: The global average is around 105 boys born for every 100 girls; but in China last year, just over 115 boys were born for every 100 girls.
The problem has been brewing since sonogram technology was introduced to China in the 1980s, allowing families to determine a baby’s gender during the first few months of pregnancy. Combined with the country’s restrictive family-planning policies — until recently, most urban families were only allowed a single child in order to curtail population growth — and a traditional preference for sons, the newfound ability to practice sex-selective abortion has resulted in one of the world’s highest gender imbalances. The topic flared anew in the public mind after the National Bureau of Statistics announced the latest population figures on Jan. 20, noting that at the end of 2014 China had 701 million men and 667 million women, a shortfall of nearly 34 million women.
Beijing News even suggested that Ukrainian women could be a solution to China’s problem. The story kicked off with a question: “Just how hard is it for a diaosi,” slang for young bachelors of modest means, “to find a wife?” After explaining the severe imbalance that the ratio represents, it added that Chinese brides are a popular “export” to many countries such as Japan, South Korea, and the United States, a trend it said had depleted China’s supply of eligible women still further. It offered a chart of the best destinations around the globe for Chinese men to find spouses.
Here is the original Chinese article with all of these weird illustrations.
I’m gonna go out on a limp and propose that the Chinese establishment wouldn’t be any more happy with this plan than, say, a White nationalist. Race is the defining characteristic of Chinese society, and in my travels I have met more than one half-Chinese (usually from Hong Kong or Singapore) person who say that they are treated like dirt inside of mainland China.
On top of that, though Chinese men – like all non-Whites – have sexual fantasies about White women, I don’t believe they are, generally, interested in relationships with them.