Shandong protests erupted when veterans discovered their identities – and benefits – had been stolen by government officials. Violence and arrests followed.
After refusing the CCP’s unreasonable demands for relocation, Henan villagers were physically beaten by thugs hired by the authorities, causing many injuries.
Believers put their bodies in front of demolition equipment to try to save the cross and the church but end up beaten and broken.
In China, bystanders are arrested, beaten, investigated for years for daring to document violence committed by police. Why do CCP authorities fear oversight?
In a shameless play for cash, authorities declared a neighborhood a shantytown and called for the destruction of the homes, despite the pleas of residents.
Local authorities across China implement the central government’s orders of reducing the number of believers by closing down state-approved churches.
Chinese government officials like to come up with a vast swath of reasons, pretty much all untrue, as reasons to destroy religious sites.
In China, where freedom is not free, decorating one’s own home or having a “sensitive” social media username is a license to be arrested or even sent to jail.
In the topsy-turvy world that Communist China is becoming, Up is Down, False is True, and Poverty can be solved by destroying the possessions of the poor.