The government increases censorship on was is said in state-run Protestant churches, demanding pastors and preachers to advocate CCP policies and praise its leaders.
Faithful to Chairman Mao’s teaching “to use the past in service of the present,” the CCP hopes that archeologists, of all people, can solve some of its problems.
Studying China’s socialist dogmas must start from an early age, President Xi believes. Thence, first-grade students are forced to learn them by heart.
The CCP invests considerable funds to revamp China’s revolutionary heritage, using it to indoctrinate people and force them to worship its leaders.
Places of worship were off-limits to believers amid the coronavirus outbreak, while activities to worship China’s revolutionary leader in temples were green-lighted.
Behind the “success” of the CCP’s rural revitalization campaign hide stories of misery and pain by its “beneficiaries.”
Communist ideology continues to invade places of worship across China, as folk religion temples are repurposed to propagate President Xi’s Thought.
The CCP distorts religious teachings by forcing churches, temples, and mosques to preach according to the government-prescribed scripture.
The CCP forces people to use the infamous “Xi Study Strong Nation” app and uses their accumulated scores to either punish or award them.