CCP-designated “red education base” to worship communist leaders was razed to the ground day after the news appeared, to rid of this oddity and avoid humiliation.
To prevent any anti-government content from appearing publicly, the CCP is taking measures to control the content of computer-controlled displays.
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.
Under the CCP’s religious crackdown, Buddhist and Taoist temples are being demolished or forced to undergo a “metamorphosis.”
Still without refugee status in Kazakhstan, the woman who exposed the horror of Xinjiang camps left the country on June 3, seeking asylum in Sweden.
Prohibited from believing in God themselves, Party members and officials are pledging to watch for and persecute all religious activities.
Many businesses have been forced to change their names, eliminating any references to faith, even if the signs were not meant to be religious at all.
Three-day conference concludes with statements exposing CCP’s horrific repression of Uyghurs and movements it labels as xie jiao. Bitter Winter was there.
Student “spies” are secretly monitoring teachers and students, reporting any information about religious beliefs or activities to the school.