The former head of the anti-xie-jiao Office 610 who became Minister of Justice is investigated, and a top anti-cult police officer ends up in jail.
Know More on the “Anti-Cult” Activity Undertaken by the CCP.
La Commission d’enquête indépendante anglo-galloise concernant les abus sexuels sur mineurs : les Témoins de Jéhovah et la règle dite des 2 témoins
La règle selon laquelle deux témoins sont requis s’applique uniquement aux décisions religieuses internes, et n’a aucun impact sur la coopération de cette organisation avec les autorités publiques.
Brainwashing theories: origins, application in the military field, and to religious groups, up to their discredit. Are mind control theories making a comeback?
Le journaliste Nicolas Jacquard a produit un ouvrage bien plus ambitieux que sa collègue Suzanne Privat, mais qui demeure trop lié aux anciens membres « apostats »
Journalist Nicolas Jacquard has produced a book that is much more ambitious than his colleague Suzanne Privat’s, but still relies too much on “apostate” ex-members.
Discredited since the 1990s, theories that “cults” use mind control techniques are still promoted by anti-cultists, and now applied to QAnon and Trump.
Scholars of new religious movements succeeded in marginalizing mind control theories applied to religion. U.S. courts of law said they were right.
Originally, Russian and Chinese Communists were accused of using mind control techniques. Some mental health professionals extended the accusation to religions.
Having invented the theory, the CIA believed its own propaganda and tried to “brainwash” “volunteers” in Canada. It did not work.