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Mom Sues In-Laws, Claims Abortion Pressure

Posted in Gender Based Abortion, gendercide with tags , , , on December 12, 2011 by saynsumthn

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Ban Gender, Race-Based Abortions

Posted in Gender Based Abortion, gendercide, Race Based Abortion with tags , , , , , , , , on December 8, 2011 by saynsumthn

Opponents of abortion gathered on Capitol Hill this week to declare that performing an abortion based upon the baby’s sex or race should be outlawed.

An increasing number of unborn babies in the U.S. are targeted for those reasons, which has led to a new move in Washington to ban such abortions.

Rep. Trent Franks, R-Ariz., has introduced a bill to that effect called the Prenatal Nondiscrimination Act, or PreNDA.

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The debate of abortion being used as a tool of Black Genocide is as old as abortion. In fact, Jesse Jackson made this statement in 1971, “Contraceptives will become a form of drug warfare against the helpless in this nation.” and in that same year Black Panther activist, Brenda Hyson printed this in their New York newsletter a state which had already legalized abortion, “The abortion law, hides behind the guise of helping women, when in reality it will attempt to destroy our people.”

Then in 1977, Jackson again lashed out that, “It is strange that they choose to start talking about population control at the same time that Black people in America and people of color around the world are demanding their rightful place as human citizens and their rightful share of the material wealth in the world.”

Recently, Tom Metzger, the former Klan leader promoted the placement of abortion clinics in Black Neighborhoods, …abortion and birth control should be promoted as a powerful weapon, in the limitation of non-White birth.” and Planned Parenthood’s founder, Margaret Sanger admitted in her autobiography that she, in fact, gave speeches to the KLAN She was so liked by them, that she was invited at least a dozen times to speak to them.

In 2009, an abortion patient in Michigan claimed that she was forced by the doctor to abort because she was Black. According to the Flint Journal, the patient, Catelin Bruce says she wrestled with her decision to have the abortion while in the clinic’s waiting room.

They started the ultrasound. The lady turned the ultrasound toward me and said, ‘This is your baby. This is the heart flicker,’” Bruce said.

Bruce says that’s when she changed her mind. But she claims Dr. Abraham Hodari did the procedure anyway.

He told his assistant, ‘Hold her down.’ They had my arm pinned,” Bruce said.

His weight was all on my chest and then he took his hand and he had it so tight on my mouth that it was muffled. I was trying to scream, ‘Stop!‘

I was screaming. I was crying. It felt like they were ripping a life out of me. When he was done, he looked at me. He gave me a smirk and he left he room.“

READ THIS for copy of suit: Abortion Patient sues doc; claims he forced abortion on her because she was BLACK

“I wanted it to stop, but it didn’t. I wanted a child, but I didn’t have one,” said Caitlin Bruce, now 20.

Hodari and his lawyer maintain he was well into the procedure when she expressed misgivings, and he had to continue for her safety.
Both Hodari and Bruce have witnesses to support their claims.

A written statement reportedly provided by another worker in Hodari’s office and contained in the lawsuit, claims that the doctor told an upset Bruce “I’m not going to do this. I’m going to send you home” before going through with the abortion.

Included in the suit are 6 counts against Hodari, including lack of informed consent/medical malpractice, battery, fraud, misrepresentation, intentional infliction of emotional distress, and ethnic/gender intimidation.
Michigan has a statute that forbids intimidation based on gender or ethnicity. Ms. Bruce believes that Hodari forced the abortion on her because she is Black. Statistics show that the abortion industry disproportionately targets Black women. for more on this – watch a 2 hour fully documented film called: Maafa21 ( Clip Below)


click here for copy of suit:

( SOURCE: Abraham Hodari, Caitlin Bruce part of national debate after forced abortion lawsuit By Laura Angus | Flint Journal November 29, 2009, 12:00PM )

Also Read: Activists call for criminal charges against Flint abortion clinic owner Dr. Abraham Hodari

Inn 2006, this headline made the Associated Press and MSNBC: Police: Parents’ kidnap plot motivated by race , 19-year-old carrying black man’s child says parents tried to force abortion

A Maine couple accused of tying up their 19-year-old daughter, throwing her in their car and driving her out of state to get an abortion were upset because the baby’s father is black, a Maine sheriff said Tuesday.

Katelyn Kampf, who is white, told Cumberland County Sheriff Mark Dion that her mother “was pretty irate at the fact that the child’s father was black, and she had made a number of disparaging remarks about that,” he said.

Katelyn Kampf escaped Friday at a Salem shopping center and called police, who arrested her parents, Nicholas Kampf, 54, and Lola, 53, both real estate developers from North Yarmouth, Maine.

This story led to this hate filled racist video being placed on YouTube , which indicates that racists would want this bi-racial baby killed:

WARNING – OFFENSIVE:

As a result – it wasn’t the so-called pro-choice community which denounced this – it was pro-lifers.

In April of 2010, The Atlanta Journal Constitution reported that it was about four years ago, Alexandria said, when she tearfully walked into an Augusta abortion clinic.
She was a 14-year-old ninth-grader at the time.

She said her mother and grandmother were furious that she was pregnant and demanded that she get an abortion.
And there was something else.

They pressured me into an abortion because my baby was biracial and my grandma didn’t agree with me having a black boyfriend,” Alexandria said in an interview. “I had the abortion, because they said they were gonna kick me out. I didn’t have a choice. I had no place to go.”

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Susan Swanson, director of the Augusta Care Pregnancy Center — a Christian-based agency that advises women against abortions — said she has met hundreds of girls who have come to her after being forced and threatened to get an abortion.

“I had one girl, six months back, who committed suicide after being forced to get an abortion,” Swanson said. “Our abortion clinics are not giving these girls true options.”
Swanson said when Alexandria went in to get her abortion, it was at a Planned Parenthood clinic across the street from her office.

It is not like Planned Parenthood gave me any options,” Alexandria said. “They patted me on my back and told me that I was doing the right thing.

(Learn more about Planned Parenthood’s eugenic agenda by watching Maafa21 Black Genocide in 21st Century America (Clip Below)
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Swanson, who brought Alexandria to Atlanta to testify before the House panel, contends that more so than individuals, abortion clinics are the main culprits in the coercion of women and girls.

Four years after her abortion, Alexandria is a changed person. She said the situation spun her into a depression. She never finished high school, and she lost a second baby to a miscarriage.

I begged my momma not to make me get an abortion,” Alexandria said. “I feel like, I took an innocent life, but God forgives you for your sins. I am OK now that I have gotten to talk to people about it. It is a lot easier for me to share my story, knowing that I am helping other guys.”

In about a month, Alexandria will have a new story to tell. She is now eight months pregnant and living with her current boyfriend.

The baby girl will be biracial.

SOURCE: ( Atlanta Journal Constitution, Senate abortion bill continues to stir emotions; By Ernie Suggs April 6, 2010 )

In 2009, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg told the New York Times Magazine she believed that abortion was “to get rid of populations we do not want to have too man of.” Just what populations would those be? See Maafa21 to find out !

Will NOW, NARAL, Planned Parenthood or Obama support this rally? China’s One-Child Policy protest Sept 25th

Posted in Abortion, China One Child Policy, Feticide, forced abortion, gendercide, Violence against women with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 21, 2011 by saynsumthn

31st Anniversary of One-Child Policy Sparks U.S. Protests, Vigils Led By Tiananmen Square Commander-In-Chief

WASHINGTON, Sept. 19, 2011 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ — ***Sept. 25: Anniversary of China’s One-Child Policy***
Sept. 22 – Oct. 4: Chai Ling–Revolutionary, Nobel Prize Nominee, Harvard MBA–Leads Nationwide Remembrances, Testifies Before Congress and Releases Memoir Banned in China

“Chai Ling is one of the most courageous women I know … . from her early days as a self-possessed student thrust suddenly onto the worldwide stage to her current role as a fierce defender of women and girls.” — Cindi Leive, editor-in-chief, Glamour magazine

“Sept. 25, 2011 marks the continuation of China’s ‘gendercide‘ ‘war on girls,’ ” said Chai Ling, the woman who, at age 23, was the commander-in-chief of the 1989 Tiananmen Square student rebellion. On this 31st anniversary, Ling–now a U.S. citizen exiled from China–continues her fight against China’s human rights atrocities by leading a U.S. protest and nationwide campaign against the One-Child Policy.

Ling and two other witnesses will testify Sept. 22 for the Congressional Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health and Human Rights to share stories of coerced abortions at the hands of the Chinese government, some 37,000 per day according to China’s National Family Planning Commission.

While in Washington, Ling will participate at a Sept. 23 rally, “37 Seconds of Silence,” part of a nationwide vigil organized by her advocacy group All Girls Allowed. Sept. 22- 25, more than 200 universities and churches nationwide–including Harvard, Northeastern and Notre Dame–will host 37-second vigils of silence to honor the 37 million girls* missing, through infanticide, abortion or abandonment, due to the Chinese law.

“It is this generation’s responsibility to speak up, and students are beginning to see that,” said Ling. “The good news is, with this kind of momentum, we believe that we can end ‘gendercide’ in our lifetime.”

A victim of China’s One-Child Policy, Ling only recently gained enough closure to share her full story in A Heart for Freedom, which reveals the truth behind her role in the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre, her status as one of the most-wanted women in China, her own experience with government-forced abortion, and how she escaped to America. Banned from the very country she has long fought to save, Ling’s human rights work has resulted in two nominations for a Nobel Peace Prize and recognition by Glamour magazine as “Woman of the Year.”

MEDIA OPPORTUNITIES:
Sept. 22: Open Congressional Hearing in Washington, 2:00 p.m. Rayburn House Office Building, room 220
Sept. 23: Ling at “37 Seconds of Silence” Vigil, George Washington University,
Can facilitate interview with participating student, Elliot School of International Affairs, room 505
Sept. 22-25: Some 200 “37 Second of Silence” nationwide vigils remembering 37 million missing girls in China
Sept. 22-24 Interview Opportunity: Ling available for interview in Washington
Oct. 4 Memoir Release in U.S. – Banned in China: A Heart for Freedom (Tyndale, Oct. 2011)
Oct. 4-5 Interview Opportunity: Ling available for interview in New York

China’s One-Child Policy
The One-Child Policy, which limits Chinese families to having just one child, was established in 1980 as a response to an exploding Chinese population. Due to the Chinese preference for male children, sex-selective abortions, female infanticide and the abandonment of female children has become an integral part of Chinese culture over the last 31 years.

Groups wishing to hold a moment of silence ceremony can register at the All Girls Allowed website. A map of vigil locations is available.

Chai Ling is the founder of All Girls Allowed and founding president and chief operating officer of Jenzabar, Inc., a leading higher education software and services provider. She holds a M.B.A. from Harvard Business School, a M.L.A. in public affairs at Princeton University and a B.A. from Beijing University. Ling also established the Jenzabar Foundation, which supports inspirational humanitarian efforts of student leaders through grant opportunities. A key student leader herself in the 1989 Tiananmen Square movement, Ling was subsequently named Glamour Woman of the Year and nominated twice for the Nobel Peace Prize. Ling is author of the new book A Heart for Freedom. The hardcover memoir will release on Oct. 4, available nationwide.

All Girls Allowed aims to end gender discrimination in China through eradicating “gendercide” and assisting families who have baby girls, providing education and scholarships to abandoned girls, rescuing children from human trafficking and providing legal advocacy to mothers who have been victims of forced abortions or sterilization.
*Source: All Girls Allowed

September 22, Reggie Littlejohn will testify before Congress

Liu Dan was 21 years old and 9 months pregnant when family planning police grabbed her out of her home, dragged her to the local family planning office, and forcibly aborted her full term baby. They already knew from medical tests that she had high blood pressure and that a forced late term abortion would be dangerous for her. After the forced abortion, she lay alone and unconscious in an operating room in the family planning center. Sensing something was wrong, her fiancé burst into the room at 3:00 a.m. to find her bleeding from the eyes, nose, ears and mouth. Even so, the family planning police refused to call for emergency help, until her family insisted. Help arrived too late. Liu Dan died, along with her full term baby.

“The One Child Policy causes more violence against women and girls than any other official policy on earth. It is China’s war on women,” says Reggie Littlejohn, President of Women’s Rights Without Frontiers. “Any discussion of women’s rights, or human rights, would be a charade if forced abortion in China is not front and center. It does not matter whether you are pro-life or pro-choice on this issue. No one supports forced abortion, because it is not a choice. The Chinese forced abortion policy is systematic, institutionalized violence against women.”

Ms. Littlejohn will be among those testifying for the Committee on Foreign Affairs Congressional Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health and Human Rights, on September 22 at 2:00 in Room 2200 of the Rayburn House Office Building.

In addition, she will testify regarding blind activist lawyer Chen Guangcheng, who exposed the fact that there were 130,000 forced abortions and involuntary sterilizations in Linyi County in 2005. The Chinese Communist Party imprisoned Chen for four years and has kept him and his family under strict house arrest since September, 2010. On February 9, 2011 Chen released a video describing the deplorable conditions of his house arrest. The next morning, Chen and his wife, Yuan Weijing, were “beaten senseless.” Chen’s family recently was moved to a “personal prison” build for them.

“This treatment of Chen is unconscionable. It shows the appalling lengths to which the CCP will go to silence a hero who has spoken up against forced abortion in China.”

21st Century Gendercide !

Posted in Abortion, China One Child Policy, forced abortion, Forced Sterilization, Violence against women with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 15, 2010 by saynsumthn

Obama Should Tell Wen to Stop the ‘Gendercide’, Advocates Say
By Matthew Robertson
Epoch Times Staff Created Oct 7, 2010

Congressman Chris Smith at the event outside the Capitol Building on Sept. 24. (Lisa Fan/The Epoch Times)

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Before Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao leaves the U.S., human rights activists say President Obama should bring up a topic that is as important as it is underreported: the systematic destruction of tens of millions of unborn babies, overwhelmingly female.

It began on Sept. 25, 1980, almost 30 years ago to the day. After two years of policy formulation, the Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party promulgated its plan to launch a one-size-fits-all approach to reproduction, the coercive family planning scheme known as the one-child policy.

The architects of the policy were actually elite scientists in the military establishment—at that time in China almost all science was military science—who applied theories of cybernetics to disputed sociological theories from the West, redefining China’s population problem along the lines of the hard science of complex machine systems. The result was a radical solution to the perceived “overpopulation” problem, led by one of China’s leading strategic weaponeers, according to the extensive research of Dr. Susan Greenhalgh from the Univeristy of California, Irvine.

The resultant “cruel and inhumane policy” and the brutal way it is implemented are among the worst human rights abuses in the world, according to speakers at an event held on Sept. 24 to commemorate the anniversary of the policy’s initiation. Led by Congressman Chris Smith, supported by Congressman Trent Franks, the speakers gathered near the Capitol Building’s East Front, in the heat, giving their views for close to an hour.

Standing behind the speakers was photographic evidence of the substance of their speeches: dirt villages with red banners strung across telephone poles reading “Crack down with no mercy on unauthorized births, violators who can make an escape for the moment can’t hide forever;” the face of blind activist Chen Guancheng, who was jailed and is now under house arrest for his advocacy on the part of mothers who underwent forced sterilizations; and on the left, the most troubling image, a 23-year-old woman named Li Ping lying on a bed, staring at the remains of her aborted child near her feet.

Reggie Littlejohn, an active opponent of the one child policy and president of Women’s Rights Without Frontiers, explained what happened to Ms. Li. Pregnant without a birth permit, she was pulled off the street by an overzealous “population official,” and her child was forcibly aborted. Because she had no money to pay for the disposal of the baby’s dead body, the doctors dropped it into a bag and placed it on her bed.

Ke Chengping, an invited speaker at the event near the Capitol Building, recounted a similar experience firsthand. When found pregnant the decision to abort was taken immediately, for her, by a population official. She was not allowed to call her husband, nor given an anesthetic when the official performed the procedure. “I will never be able to forget that,” she said at the end of her speech, through quiet tears. After the baby was removed from her uterus, the official inserted a sterilization device. When her husband arrived, they both cried.

One of the well-known former leaders of the Tiananmen Square student movement in 1989, Chai Ling, made a speech representing the NGO she recently founed: All Girls Allowed. She likened the one-child policy to death on the scale of the Tiananmen massacre “happening every hour” in China.

Officials adopt a multi-pronged approach to birth control, including, most commonly, fines for recalcitrants (of up to ten times the monthly income), promotions and bonuses for cadres who strictly follow population policies, regular and intrusive fertility checkups of women, the monitoring of reproductive cycles, birth permits, and a culture of fear. Coercion and violence is used when the usual mechanisms of control break down.

Representative Smith spoke about the head of a population control unit from China’s south. In a reversal of the fairytale trope, she was a mother at night and a “monster” during the day (her words), where “all the power of the state was vested in her and her family planning cadres to bring women to the abortion mills.” Resisters could be arrested and detained, and when a woman went into hiding, her husband and family members would face the same treatment.

As with all repression in communist China, this one comes in waves. Rep. Smith gave a chilling description of such a campaign in Puning county, Guangdong Province, where thousands of people were treated as livestock. Local officials there formed a crack team to round up women, men, and relatives of resisters to the policy, holding them in cramped conditions, then working overtime to sterilize them. Ten thousand people were sterilized within 20 days.

Speakers also outlined the calamitous repercussions of the policy: a ratio of between 120 and 160 males for every 100 females, which will leave millions of Chinese males without a partner; a result of this the vertiginous rise in sex trafficking to China; a rate of female suicide in China that outstrips that of men by three times, meaning that 500 women kill themselves every day partly in response to the one-child-policy; and distorted gender ratios among Chinese communities in the U.S., presumed a result of continued sex-selection practices by families once they arrive here.

Near the tail-end of the event distinguished guest speaker David Aikman former bureau-chief of Time in Beijing, arrived. It is a “terrible policy” that is disastrous for Chinese society, he said; it brings “indescribable suffering” to Chinese women.

It is a “system of repression that has been traumatizing Chinese women for thirty years,” Rep. Smith said. “No other government policy anywhere in the world systematically punishes, abuses, and violates women so grossly as this.”

As a practical measure, Rep. Smith suggests the U.S. stop funding the UN Population Fund, which he says has been the “enabler in chief” of forced abortion and forced sterilization in China. He suggests that Obama bring it up with the Chinese Premier before the latter leaves the United States. Obama met Wen yesterday, but did not touch on the issue.

Congressmen Openly Question Secretary of State Clinton’s Remarks About Human Rights in China

Posted in Abortion, Hillary clinton, Obama, Population Control, pro-choice, Pro-Life, Violence against women with tags , , , , , , , , , , on December 10, 2009 by saynsumthn

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USA — ChinaAid just learned that Congressmen Chris Smith (NJ-4th), Frank Wolf (VA-10th) and Joe Pitts (PA-16), openly questioned U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s controversial remarks that the U.S. and China’s relationship will be less focused on human rights. The following is an official press release issued by the Congressmen:
Congressional Human Rights Leaders: Hillary Clinton Signals Retreat on China Human Rights Under Obama

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressmen Chris Smith (NJ-4th), Frank Wolf (VA-10th) and Joe Pitts (PA-16), leading human rights advocates in Congress, today openly questioned U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s controversial remarks over the past several days that the U.S.-Sino relationship will be less focused on human rights and more focused on economic cooperation, global warming and other issues.

At a press conference Tuesday in the Capitol Building, the Members said Clinton has set the tone for the Obama Administration foreign policy priorities.

In a shocking display of pandering, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton made it clear in Beijing, that the Obama Administration has chosen to peddle U.S. debt to the largest dictatorship in the world over combating torture, forced abortion, forced labor, religious persecution, human sex trafficking, gendercide, and genocide,” Smith said. “Secretary Clinton said concern for the protection of human rights of the Chinese people can’t ‘interfere’ with the economic crisis, climate change, and security — as if human rights were somehow disconnected and irrelevant to those issues.”

Every day, brave Chinese risk their lives and liberty in the pursuit of freedom, democracy, protection of the family and respect per human rights,” he said. “Chinese political prisoners languish in gulags — laogai concentration camps — facing unspeakable torture and abuse. As a matter of a fact, approximately half a million each day endure the cruelty and humiliation of the labor camp. It is too much to ask that our Secretary of State firmly and boldly raise human rights rather than a tin cup?

The Obama Administration effectively dismissed, devalued, and debased human rights — especially women’s rights — in the People’s Republic of China,” Smith said. “Now, today we learn that the Obama Administration and the democratic leadership is poised to lavishly fund the U.N. Population Fund with $50 million of U.S. taxpayer money. This — despite the fact that the UNFPA has shamelessly and systematically aided and abetted the Chinese government’s one child per couple forced abortion policy. That cruel, anti-family policy has made brothers and sisters illegal in China and murdered tens of millions of children and wounded countless Chinese women.”

Wolf said Secretary Clinton’s silence and assertion that we ought not raise human rights issues with repressive governments, because we know what they are going to say has far reaching implications.

History teaches us that bold, public proclamations on the importance of liberty, freedom, and the absence of repression are cause for great hope to those political prisoners who languish behind bars,” Wolf said. “Words have power. They have the power to inspire, or deflate; they have the power to give vision or to stifle hope. But for words to inspire the hope for a day when the Chinese people can worship freely, where the press is not censored, where political dissent is permitted — they must first be spoken.

Silence is itself a message. Martin Luther King Jr. famously said, ‘In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.’ America has always been a friend to the oppressed, the persecuted, the forgotten. Has our allegiance changed?” Wolf said.

Pitts said he was not only troubled at what Clinton’s comments directly indicate—that human rights are apparently not a priority in the Obama Administration¬— but that she has indirectly sent a disturbing message to those suffering from human rights abuses under a repressive regime.

For 200 years, people living in oppression around the world have looked to the United States for inspiration and support for their cause,” Pitts said. “We should not turn our backs on the importance of international human rights because we are in a recession. We must not let human rights become trivialized. I urge Secretary Clinton to repair the damage she has done with her comments by expressing the importance of human rights in the U.S. relations with all nations, especially China.”

Traveling in China over the past week, Clinton met with Chinese President Hu Jintao, Premier Wen Jiabao and Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi. She failed to meet with any dissidents during her stay, and was criticized by human rights groups for saying that U.S. concerns on restrictions on freedoms in China must not interfere with cooperation on the financial crisis, global warming and other issues.

Wei Jingsheng, former Chinese political prisoner and Chair of the Overseas Chinese Democracy Coalition, in a Feb. 21, 2009 letter to Secretary Clinton, said the words coming from the mouth of the Secretary of State of the world’s leading democracy sends the message that “human rights diplomacy of the USA has come to its end.” Smith chillingly recounted Wei telling him that his prison oppressors reacted to the U.S. showing ambivalence to human rights: “He told me ‘When the U.S. government panders, they beat us more. When the U.S. government talked tough, they beat us less,‘” Smith said.

Smith and Wolf travelled to China together last July to assess human right conditions as the Bejing Olympics were about to begin. The drastic enforcement of the one-child-per-couple policy via forced abortion and rampant sex-selection abortion. The Chinese Government violates Chinese women with a state policy of mandatory monitoring of all Chinese women’s reproductive cycles, mandatory birth permits, mandatory contraception or sterilization, and extreme fines, up to 10 times the annual salary of both husband and wife if they don’t comply with the one child per couple policy. This policy has imposed pain, violence and humiliation and degradation on hundreds of millions of women, many of whom suffer lifelong depression; more women commit suicide in China than anywhere else in the world.

During the July 2008 visit to Beijing, Smith and Wolf pressed for the respect of fundamental human rights. The Chinese secret police threatened eight human rights lawyers they had been planning to meet, and placed several of them under house arrest. The Congressmen asked the Chinese government to release 734 political prisoners in the international spirit of the Olympics. The plea was ignored.
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