The Chinese government is expanding the scope of crackdowns on religions by stifling businesses that produce religious items.
As a result of crackdowns launched in April in the provinces of Zhejiang, Henan, and Hebei, some temples were demolished while others repurposed for government use.
To stifle faith in the cradle, the CCP bans church-run education of children, implements measures to prevent minors from having any contacts with churches.
Exploiting control measures to prevent the spread of the virus, authorities in China track down members of The Church of Almighty God and other banned groups.
The CCP continues to close down and demolish Buddhist places of worship across China. Even the ones approved by the government are not spared.
Chinese from all walks of life, young and old, are required to memorize and copy by hand president’s speeches to prove loyalty to the president and the CCP.
The CCP is clamping down on anything religion-related for children – be it a kindergarten on church property, a Sunday school, or training of future clergy members.
Ahead of the central government inspection, local authorities “sinicize” temples by destroying traditional Tibetan stupas, drive away spiritual leaders.
In an attempt to accelerate the eradication of the largest Chinese Christian new religious movement, the CCP coaxes officials and believers to become spies.