Actually, right now, I thinking my first post above isn't so bad. It is good to stick to principles, but principles should accord with cause & effect. There is no blame with either the mother & father, or with the Chinese government... There is blame when there is craving and that's hard to see. It could be that the couple were innocent victims of an oppressive government. Or it could be that the couple thoughtlessly had unprotected sex many times, knowing the possible results, and what has happened is their karma. It could be either way; in both cases, the story is the same but what is different is the interpretation, the layer of meaning that we add to it.
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You seem to have a knack for this sort of over-the-top remark, if this and your more recent comments about 21 Taras are any indication.
Over-the-top, in what sense? It is not good to judge in terms of personhood.
If you are doubting my sincerity, don't.
Use the edit button in the bottom right - if you really wish to remove your above post.
That's dishonest and disruptive, though.