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.
The Geography of Terror: A List of Camps Where Ethnic Kazakhs Are Detained
New camps are established around factories (for forced labor) but also around hospitals, perhaps connected with organ harvesting.
Pakistan: 100-year-old Hindu Temple Attacked in Rawalpindi
Religious extremists and the “encroachment mafia” likely cooperated in the attack in Purana Qila.
L'anti-sectarisme français exporté vers la Suisse
Certains politiciens et médias ont récemment insisté sur le fait que les « dérives sectaires » auraient augmenté pendant la crise du COVID-19. Leurs affirmations ont été accueillies avec un sain scepticisme suisse.
The CCP’s New Secret Agent: Count Dracula
Undeadly serious: Bram Stoker’s vampire novel, and scantily clad women, were used to spread Chinese propaganda on Twitter.