People in need are left to fend for themselves, as orphanages, drug addiction centers, and homeless shelters are suppressed just because the services are provided by the religious.
Pressuring to join the state-approved church, authorities installed surveillance cameras and stationed police officers to intimidate the pastor and believers.
Amid ultimatums and threats to join the Patriotic Church, the Catholics who didn’t do so continue to resist CCP’s goal to take full control of all the dioceses.
A nearly 70-year-old and one of the most influential house churches in Fujian Province ceased to function on May 31; the church’s pastor heavily fined.
The CCP suppresses religious groups that aren’t under its control under the pretext of “cleaning up gang crime and eliminating evil.”
The Chinese State continues using technology to monitor its citizen: electric vehicles, like scooters or motorcycles, are only sold with such devices installed.