An important site of Manichaeism, an extinct ancient religion, has not escaped China’s religious persecution, as the CCP infiltrates it with its propaganda.
The CCP continues its nationwide drive to clear out all unauthorized or foreign-published Buddhist materials, burning and otherwise destroying them.
Residents of 33 villages in Zhejiang Province were forced to relocate for a “modernization project.” Those defending their rights were arrested. Some died.
Because of the aid they get from the state, impoverished religious residents are told to renounce their faith, or their benefits will be withdrawn.
Authorities across China adopt strict measures barring Party members from having any affiliation with religion and traditional Chinese spiritual practices.
The CCP continues cracking down on house churches and state-approved venues in the southeastern province of Jiangxi.
Under the CCP rule, any form of religion is banned: even worship of ancestors or ancient sages is banned.
Since the coronavirus restrictions started to be lifted in March, the CCP intensified attacks on Protestant venues that are not part of the state-run church.
Threatening and intimidating Muslims, the CCP implemented forced rectifications of mosques in Hui-populated areas in Henan, Hebei, and Ningxia.