There is a brilliant interview of Reggie Littlejohn, opponent of the Chinese forced abortion policy, on the LifeSiteNews.com website. Littlejohn is running the Campaign to Save a Girl in China. Her organization is Womens Rights Without Frontiers.

The interview is about ten minutes long. Littlejohn argues that forced abortion in China will not end until rule by the Communist Party ends. She asserts that the ubiquitous terror network used to implement the forced abortion policy is now essential to the Partys control of the populous. The infrastructure of coercion - what an amazing phrase! - created for the abortion policy can be turned on other activities like political dissent. The forced abortion policy also requires a vast network of paid informants that has undermined social trust at all levels of society.

Her organization is also organizing efforts to save baby girls in China and has a film, Its a Girl.