To prevent “Western infiltration” and eradicate religion from schools, the CCP is altering the content of literary classics, language and history textbooks.
Anti-Religion Activity in Schools
Colleges and universities in Henan Province introduce new restrictions on the procurement and management of religious materials in their libraries.
Young Chinese study president’s speeches and Party policies – from kindergartens to universities – to become the new generation of faithful socialists.
Even the very young are giving oaths to the Communist Party, pledging to resist religion and report on believers in their families.
The CCP authorities are intensifying anti-religious campaigns in schools, organizing marches and making parents keep their children away from church.
University professors dismissed over comments, and control over students intensified, as Chinese authorities continue to crack down on dissent and free speech.
President Xi Jinping has decided schools will be the training bases for the next “Red Generation,” creating the future’s socialists.
As Uyghur parents are taken away for re-education, children are surrounded by barbed wire, forbidden to speak their language.
Political studies, restricted speech, and “transformation” tasks: Teachers on assignment in Xinjiang under intense control, causing depression and anxiety.
China reinforces the ban on “religious or feudal” ideas, re-education of religious teachers, to ensure students remain ignorant of all except Marxism.