The crackdown on religious publications intensifies in Inner Mongolia, officials inspecting postal packages, burning books, and censoring online communication.
China adopts a back-to-the-future tactic, reintroducing Cultural Revolution-era sound systems to deliver constant Communist Party propaganda.
On orders from the top, local governments are investigating workers, threatening to cut pensions, and restricting social media. Examples from Inner Mongolia.
Despite an agreement between the Vatican and Beijing, Chinese authorities continue to squelch churches.
The church leaders from Inner Mongolia were arrested, and seven of them were sentenced to more than five years in prison.
New details about the detention of Uyghurs in China expose a ruthless state using inhuman methods – including torture – to wipe out a culture.
The Chinese government already maintains a firm grip on citizens’ Internet use. Words and phrases like “Hallelujah,” “Amen,” “Thank God” and “Jesus” are now even more sensitive than they already were to plug into a search engine.
The authorities are collecting information on the religious beliefs of children and are forcing teachers to impart CCP propaganda during classes in schools and kindergartens.
From sending spies as students to US universities to appointing informants to monitor religious beliefs of local households, the Chinese Communist Party has left no stone unturned in its quest for total control over everything.