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.« Back to Glossary Index
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- Tai Ji Men’s Work for Peace, Conscience, and Human Rights
Tai Ji Men offers traditional Chinese wisdom and promotes peace, love, and conscience. It also fights for human rights, including FoRB and tax justice.
- The CCP Against Juliet: Why King Charles’ Coronation Concert Angered the Party
Actress Mei Mac performed Juliet in a “Romeo and Juliet” scene and was interviewed displaying the banned slogan “Come On Hong Kong” on her sleeves.
- Detroit: Anti-Cult Pro-Russia-and-China Activist Arrested After She Assaulted a Scientology Church and a Synagogue
The interesting story of Randi Nord opens a window on the American and international ramifications of bigotry.
- The Last Words of a Uyghur Father: A Son’s Memory
A son remembers his last telephone conversation with his father in East Turkestan six years ago. After that, the father “disappeared.”