(文化大革命 or文革). A movement promoted by the CCP between 1966 and 1976 to liquidate what remained of traditional Chinese culture, society and religion, regarded as incompatible with Communism. All religions were prohibited, including those in the red market. As the CCP itself later admitted, the movement caused incommensurable suffering to the Chinese population and ended in disgrace and failure.
Heavier Sentences for Church of Almighty God Members
As part of the campaign aimed at eradicating the movement, jail terms have been substantially increased.
Enter the “Administrative Measures for Religious Clergy”: Be Afraid, Be Very Afraid
Bitter Winter offer the first English translation of a text converting the clergy in apparatchiks under a system of awards and penalties based on their loyalty to the CCP.
French Anti-Extremism Law: Rebelle(s) Interview with Massimo Introvigne
While the French Parliament continues its discussion of the draft bill, on February 6 the magazine interviewed Bitter Winter’s editor-in-chief.
Canada Calls It a Genocide
The vote in Ottawa’s House of Commons is a slap in the face of the CCP, and a sign of hope for those persecuted in Xinjiang.