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Newborn found abandoned on roadside stall

By The Nation

 

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A week-old baby girl was found abandoned on a roadside stall in Chiang Rai province’s Wieng Chai district on Friday morning, police said.

 

Pol Lt-Colonel Sanchai Bualad, deputy inspector of Wieng Chai Police Station, said he was informed about the abandoned baby at 8am.

 

The baby was found wrapped in transparent plastic and placed in a bag. Fortunately, she was found before she suffocated. Rescuers sent her the baby to the district hospital.

 

Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/breakingnews/30326152

 
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bandito    260
11 hours ago, Falcon said:

So, in your opinion, if the mother of the child was a young girl, it's perfectly acceptable to dump the baby anywhere and not give a damn what happens to it? Does this really give a person having a baby an excuse to throw a new born baby out in to the trash and not merit a second thought? It's fine for apologists like yourself to make excuses as to why this may or may not be as to the reason for doing it, it doesn't give anyone with any sense if decency to actually do it. There are always options without dumping a newborn baby in a street or even a trash can, there are hospitals, clinics,?shelters, and countless other places where people could leave a baby and know that the baby will be found and at least given the chance of having a life, not just to be dumped like a price of rubbish just because having the baby doesn't suit them or doesn't fit in to their schedule.

 

This is Thailand and not your nanny state where the Government is bending over backwards to provide the Mother with cash and other incentives.

What the poster billd766 said "Try walking a mile in the shoes of the mother" you should do.

Do you know what it is like to be poor?

Apparently not.

As an aside the same thing happened to me.

I came here in november 1976 and bought a Willys Jeep which I parked out on the street at Lat Phrao in Bangkok.

There were not many Farangs in Thailand at the time so everyone knew where the farang was living.

In the morning I found a baby on the cover of the engine compartment of my car.

Called the police who send a lone officer who told me "you can keep it" which I declined.

A Thai neighbor took care of it and that was that.

I never did and still not do condemn her who did.

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billd766    10,046
14 hours ago, Falcon said:

So, in your opinion, if the mother of the child was a young girl, it's perfectly acceptable to dump the baby anywhere and not give a damn what happens to it? Does this really give a person having a baby an excuse to throw a new born baby out in to the trash and not merit a second thought? It's fine for apologists like yourself to make excuses as to why this may or may not be as to the reason for doing it, it doesn't give anyone with any sense if decency to actually do it. There are always options without dumping a newborn baby in a street or even a trash can, there are hospitals, clinics,?shelters, and countless other places where people could leave a baby and know that the baby will be found and at least given the chance of having a life, not just to be dumped like a price of rubbish just because having the baby doesn't suit them or doesn't fit in to their schedule.

 

So you still have no idea.

 

I don't agree with dumping ANY baby but them again I have never been a mother and have no real idea how they think.Perhaps the mother is only a young girl whose family had no idea that she was pregnant, (perhaps the girl didn't either) and could not face the shame.

 

You still have no idea why the baby was dumped or the though process that led to it.

 

Many women think completely differently when they are pregnant and that is even if they are supported by the father. Imagine being a young pregnant girl and saying to the father, WE are going to have a baby. If he is only a teenager too he will be running as fast as he can probably after saying YOU are having a baby, it isn't mine and I am out of here.

 

Come back and castigate me when you have some facts but save your excuses for the baby.

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