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.
Jehovah’s Witnesses and Sexual Abuse: 4. Answering Some Criticism
Survivors of sexual abuse have every right to be angry. Sometimes, however, they should consider whether they are not used again, this time to support anticult campaigns.
How United Front Manipulates Relations Between China and Switzerland
After the scandal of the secret deal on migrants and refugees, a study by the specialized Czech center Sinopsis sheds new light on a strange relationship.
Sindh: Violence Against Hindu Women, Temples, Culture
Report calls the situation of Hindus “informal apartheid,” as rapes and abductions continue.
How the CCP Sees the Riots in Washington: “The End of the U.S. Is At Hand”
Beyond propaganda comparisons with Hong Kong protests, Party ideologists believe the United States will collapse as the Soviet Union did.