Christians forced to wear a tracking device to be watched by government officials 24/7 and restricted to designated areas they’re not allowed to leave.
As surveillance of online activity increases, China builds a professional cyber army to control how citizens think, and to spread propaganda globally. Authorities scan cell phones at will, and even the most benign comment – from years ago – can have lifelong consequences.
The targets of these restrictions include teachers and health-care workers, in addition to low-level civil servants.
Although they are not technically living in prison, the built environment and the government regulations remind the Muslims: We think you are a threat.
When the state declares poverty no longer exists, what do you do with poor people? Hide them, warehouse them, keep them out of sight.
Chinese police stake out churches, register believers who enter, then appear at their homes for “inspections.” Fearful worshipers are staying away from church.
Chinese believers are finding that their travel is being monitored or prohibited. They fear social credit system and growing pressure on family members.
Poor Tibetans lose their land, then lose their subsistence allowances unless they stop the practice of Buddhism. Grid Administrators monitor.
The goal of the Chinese government is to create “religious” groups with marked Party characteristics by systemically transforming their ideology.
Beijing’s effort to monitor religious groups and other citizens to prevent “instability and disunity” taken to absurd lengths. Who is watching you now?