(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.
Arrested by Police, Believer Forced to Undress in Public
A member of The Church of Almighty God recounts the humiliation and suffering she had to endure at the hands of the Chinese authorities because of her faith.
Over 40 Old Local Church Venues Stifled in Jiangxi Province
China’s southeastern province continues to intensify religious persecution measures after coronavirus lockdown measures were lifted.
Uyghurs Subject to Mass Sterilization: A New CCP Crime Against Humanity
A new study by Adrian Zenz proves that Muslim women in Xinjiang are massively subjected to forced abortion, sterilized, and fitted with IUDs.
COVID-19: Perhaps It Was Around Since August 2019—and the CCP Knew It
A new study by Harvard Medical School crossed satellite images and Internet queries to come to this dreadful conclusion.