Residents are deprived of privacy and freedom, as the state watches their every move using big data, facial recognition, and invasive surveillance.
Members of these conservative Protestant house churches face increasing persecution, as their meeting venues across China are raided by the police and shut down.
Since the first day of the new semester, the CCP has been intensifying patriotic education and anti-religious propaganda in primary and secondary schools.
Forced collection of biometric data intensifies all over China, aimed at even broader surveillance of residents. Ethnic minorities and believers are prime targets.
Preachers of state-approved churches pressured to replace God with communist ideology. Those who disobey are accused of disloyalty to the regime and are fired.
Similar to the infamous national reputation system, used for mass surveillance and control of citizens, churches face closure for “defying” government regulations.
Muslims outside Xinjiang face growing suppression, as the CCP removes symbols of their faith, controls mosques, executing its five-year plan to “sinicize” Islam.
On October 5, 2018, retired soldiers from across China came to Shandong to voice their grievances but were suppressed by the state they sacrificed their lives to.
As Beijing lavishly celebrated 70 years of communist rule, thousands of protestors in many countries gathered to condemn the brutal regime.