It stands for Chinese Communist Party, which from 1949 controls all social and political life in China. Members of CCP should in principle be self-proclaimed atheists. The ultimate goal of CCP is suppression of religion. However, how this goal is achieved has varied during time, and after Chairman Mao’s death the CCP has acknowledged that, notwithstanding its efforts, religions may survive in China for a long time.
‘Red Tourism’ Sites Developed to Enforce Communist Ideology
The CCP invests considerable funds to revamp China’s revolutionary heritage, using it to indoctrinate people and force them to worship its leaders.
Smart Locks—CCP’s New Tool to Control Population
Installed on the pretext of “ensuring safety” and “preventing the coronavirus spread,” these high-tech locks subject people to heightened surveillance.
63 MPs From All Over the World Call for “Magnitsky-style” Action Protesting Cultural Genocide in Tibet
A statement by the Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China (IPAC) builds upon Dr. Adrian Zenz’s new findings to denounce atrocities and Western immobilism.
Religious Activities Replaced with Veneration of Mao Zedong
Places of worship were off-limits to believers amid the coronavirus outbreak, while activities to worship China’s revolutionary leader in temples were green-lighted.