More accounts about dismissed or demoted Communist Party members, demanded to sever any links with religion, under intensifying pressure from central authorities.
The Chinese authorities have linked religious issues with the local governments’ performance in office, intensifying religious persecution.
Last week, several media reported that rewards were offered in Guangzhou to citizens reporting illegal religious activities to the police. Here is the full story.
Statues and portraits of China’s leaders – former and present – continue to be placed in religious venues, in an effort to make them the only “gods.”
Chinese government threatens mail couriers with hefty fines for circulation of any religious materials, as the goal is to eradicate them completely.
As government authorities continue their campaign to eradicate religion from China, religious symbols are removed.
Beyond Xinjiang, the CCP is continuing its assault and crackdown on the “spread of halal” in areas inhabited by Hui Muslims.
Not only is the CCP embezzling money from churches, it’s also forcing their leaders to fill out certificates falsely claiming the goods were voluntarily given.
Any words that might suggest religion are removed and replaced by secular, Party propaganda in China, as the regime continues defensive measures to “ensure stability.”
In its effort to blot out religion, the Chinese Communist Party uses churches and temples as venues for the non-religious to perform.