Crackdown on religion continues to escalate in Jiangxi Province, as numerous house church venues are shut down, some forcibly demolished, their assets looted.
Buildings in traditional Islamic style and any signs with relevance to Muslim faith are disappearing from areas inhabited by China’s Hui Muslims.
The CCP builds up momentum in its effort to eliminate independent Buddhism. Under various pretexts, temples and statues are destroyed, and monks told to “return home.”
Signs with propaganda slogans required to be displayed outside shops and factories, as kindergarten and elementary school students pledge to follow the Party.
A “family search party” was brought to Seoul to stage false demonstrations where relatives askedChurch of Almighty God refugees to “come home” to China, i.e. to jail. This time, local media clearly understood that it was Ms. O who prevented the relatives from peacefully meeting their loved ones.
Flouting legal proceedings and using force, officials continue to crack down on unofficial places of worship, with the ultimate goal of total eradication.
At the Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom organized by the U.S. State Department in Washington DC, high-tech companies supplying components to Chinese surveillance systems are told that this is immoral—and should be illegal too.
The movie on how the CCP operates abroad, directly or through fellow travelers, to intimidate refugees and prevent them from obtaining asylum, is now available online.
Ancient or new, Buddhist, Taoist, and folk religion temples continue to be suppressed; even those with proper government certification and approval are demolished.