Mao Zedong (毛澤東, 1893–1976), a co-founder of the CCP and the de facto ruler of Communist China as chairperson of the CCP from 1949 to his death in 1976. Mao believed all religions should be ultimately eradicated, but at least in a period of his life he tried to achieve this aim by first putting them into strict CCP control and created the red market.
Pakistan and China: “We Will Always Support Each Other”
In an interview with the CCP TV, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan confirms that the two countries have become “iron brothers.”
Parliament as Theatre and the Tai Ji Men Case
The ineffectiveness of the Legislative Yuan in keeping rogue bureaucrats in check is part of a global crisis of parliamentarianism.
Russia: Muslims Detained As Members of a Non-Existing Movement
Authorities continued to prosecuted those believing to have joined Nurdzhular. There is only one problem, Nurdzhular does not exist.
Karaoke in China: Religious Songs Forbidden
The CCP issues regulations on a very popular form of entertainment. It is also forbidden to sing that Taiwanese girls are sexy.