The CCP intensifies sanctions on Christian Sunday schools and summer camps while strengthening patriotic education to foster the new generation of Party followers.
The government increases censorship on was is said in state-run Protestant churches, demanding pastors and preachers to advocate CCP policies and praise its leaders.
Across China, some bestsellers are removed from shelves as part of the campaign against pornography and illegal publications, replaced with books praising the CCP.
On President Xi’s orders, local governments across China turn some places of worship into propaganda centers to pay tribute to China’s communist history.
An important site of Manichaeism, an extinct ancient religion, has not escaped China’s religious persecution, as the CCP infiltrates it with its propaganda.
After new provisions were enforced at the start of last year, the government appoints its representatives to administrative committees in places of worship.
Presented as a coronavirus prevention measure, numerous cameras were installed in China’s religious venues. Believers fear that they will remain for good.
The government harassed these Protestant places of worship on a variety of pretexts: from “disturbing neighbors” to “supporting protests in Hong Kong.”
Battalions of overseers patrol residential communities in the name of “social stability,” watch for “unstable elements” and report on religious activities.