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.
“As evil as a mafia,” devastated Buddhists and Taoists say about China’s government after numerous temples in the province were suppressed at the end of 2019.
Photos and testimonies from residents in Xinjiang’s Kashi prefecture expose details of facilities used by the CCP to detain millions of innocent people.
To accelerate the “sinicization” of religion, China’s regime compels preachers to indoctrinate congregations and turns places of worship into propaganda centers.
The CCP continues its campaign of demolishing Christian symbols, as the authoritarian regime perceives them as a threat to its rule.
The coronavirus epidemic is not over, but China’s propaganda hails President Xi, socialism with Chinese characteristics, and “revolutionary spirit” for beating it.
China’s religious groups are happy to help when disasters strike. But much of their efforts, and collected donations, are exploited by the government.
To curb the spreading virus, mass gatherings were banned in China. But the restriction didn’t seem to apply to events organized to worship Chairman Mao.
Both state-run and house churches are subjected to continuous CCP’s clampdowns.