During the coronavirus outbreak, China intensified indoctrination efforts demanding residents to pledge their eternal love to the ruling Party and its leaders.
As the CCP controls public opinion with propaganda to depict itself as “the great power defeating the epidemic,” many Chinese learn to read between the lines.
As the world fights the coronavirus pandemic, CCP expels foreign media representatives, silences citizen journalists, and awards those who help to bury the truth.
Nothing can prevent the CCP from persecuting people of faith. Not even the spread of a deadly virus.
The coronavirus epidemic is not over, but China’s propaganda hails President Xi, socialism with Chinese characteristics, and “revolutionary spirit” for beating it.
Jinping county government in Yunnan closes house churches, bans the Bible in the Miao language, and orders believers to hang Xi Jinping portraits at home.
Authorities in Guangxi Autonomous Region arrested 16 believers from a house church last year; its 60-year-old preacher was later given a prison sentence.
The church’s leader was interrogated if he had financial deals with people in Hong Kong or Macau to pay for the running of the church.
The CCP is implementing its “sinicization” policy by prohibiting Christians to attend house churches.