(愛國主義). The CCP uses slogans and rhetoric of civic patriotism to impose obedience on religions through “sinicization,” demanding that the love of country must always come before religion. The love of religion is tolerated just as a provisional and transient condition until all religions are finally eliminated. Through patriotism, “secular liturgies” are introduced in religious communities to ensure their observance of the “Core Socialist Values.”
Trade Deals and Human Rights: The Scramble for High Moral Ground in Dealing with China
The battle lines are drawn. Europe ignores human rights concerns and finalizes “the trade deals of all trade deals with China,” US and UK try to resist.
CCP holocaust Day Should Be Commemorated on October 1: A Proposal
The Chinese Communist Party killed at least 70 million innocent victims. An international day of commemoration should remember them every year.
Plorec-sur-Arguenon, France: Will the Calvary Be Destroyed?
Politicians, citizens try to save the monument after a court ordered its destruction before February 5 next, upholding a claim by a secular humanist group.
Will India Forbid Confessions?
A Supreme Court case about the Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church raises concerns among Catholics too.