The CCP expands its propaganda bases across China to exert ideological control over the population. Numerous places of worship are seized for this purpose.
After the coronavirus lockdown restrictions were lifted in April, authorities took to destroying temples on various pretexts.
The CCP eradicates unregistered Protestant venues, harassing and arresting believers, imposing hefty fines on them.
The CCP cracks down on educational institutions with ties to places of worship to ensure that the young generation receives only “proper” communist training.
The CCP persecutes people for electronic devices with religious content as part of the campaign against “illegal publications and pornography.”
Residents of 33 villages in Zhejiang Province were forced to relocate for a “modernization project.” Those defending their rights were arrested. Some died.
Under the CCP rule, any form of religion is banned: even worship of ancestors or ancient sages is banned.
As per CCP’s orders, China’s social media is controlled to prevent first-hand information about the coronavirus outbreak from reaching the public.
Amid the economic downturn, the CCP deprives farmers of their primary sources of income by destroying pig sheds and gardens.