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Chinese Monk Worships Atheist Mao

Brainwashing in communist China to an incredible degree. A monk is worshipping in front of a monument of Mao Zedong, the former dictator of communist China, who was responsible for the killing of more then 80 million Chinese citizens, and destroyed almost every religious temple and monument despite a history of thousands of years. (screenshot)

"What are the monks in China studying every day in the temple?" you may ask.

Maybe the Little Red Book!

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During times of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act.

----------- George Orwell



CCP State Media: Pro-Democracy Activities Are Cultish PDF Print E-mail
NTD   

A Chinese state media article has defined the pro-democracy movement as a cult and criticized liberal intellectuals, insistent lawyers, and democracy activists, calling them heretics. The article sparked public outcry. Many believe the characteristics of a cult as explained in the article best describe the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).

On June 11, the online version of CCP mouthpiece Qiushi Magazine, qstheory.cn, published a commentary entitled, "Why The Pro-Democracy Movement Is A Kind Of Cult." The spread of this article online has lead to much condemnation.

The author accused liberal intellectuals as being defensive of their cult. It further claimed that pro-democracy organizations are actually the "hidden...

 
Could Tiananmen Massacre Happen Today? PDF Print E-mail
Editorial   

The iconic photo of the 'tank man', an enduring image of courage in the aftermath of the massacre. The man was eventually pulled away from the tanks and was believed to have been executed after interrogation.  (Photo courtesy of 64memo.com)

June 4, 2014 is the 25th anniversary of the horrific Tiananmen Square Massacre, in which the 7 week old, student-led democracy protests...

 
Tiananmen Crackdown Casts Long Shadow Over China’s Press PDF Print E-mail
VOA   

It has been 25 years since the Tiananmen massacre. And while the memory of the government's bloody crack down on protesters is alive in the minds of many, the anniversary is likely to go unnoticed in Chinese media. The media blackout is a strong reminder of how, 25 years after the events of the spring of 1989, China's leaders have yet to respond to one of the protesters' key demands - the call for press freedom.

During the 1989 protests, when journalists joined the students in...

 
People Power Forces Closure of Waste Incinerator PDF Print E-mail
China Uncensored   

Protesters in eastern China have succeeded in closing down a local government project to build a huge waste incinerator that residents fear will be harmful to their health and add to pollution.

Choking smog blankets many Chinese cities and the environmental degradation resulting from the country's breakneck economic growth and corruption among communist party officials is angering many Chinese.

The protests which had lasted more than two weeks, turned violent when hundreds...

 
Sun Yat-sen Back For China's Future? PDF Print E-mail
China Uncensored   

On 27th April, a large picture of Sun Yat-sen was erected in Tiananmen Square, 3 days before the communist labour day holiday, 1st of May.

This could be one of the most defining events in communist China since 1949, when

 
Regime's Attempt to Conceal Crimes Against Humanity PDF Print E-mail
UpholdJustice.org   

Since 2000, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP)’s official media and hospitals across China started to report an explosive increase in the number of transplantations. The annual number increased from fewer than 100 transplants to over 10,000 transplants. Such a phenomenon has generated many questions, with the organ source being the most frequent question asked. However, the CCP has been very tight-lipped about the organ sources. In 2006, when the CCP’s illicit organ procurement was

 
China’s Illegal Detention of Human Rights Lawyers and Activists PDF Print E-mail
CPFC   

On March 21, 2014, four rights defense lawyers, Jiang Tianyong Tang Jitian, Wang Cheng, and Zhang Junjie, who went to the Jiansanjiang Farm Authorities in Heilongjiang Province to investigate human rights abuses in its so-called “Legal Education Center,” were unlawfully detained and tortured by police. A few dozen citizens from around the country who subsequently came to ask for the lawyers’ release were also detained and beaten up by police. This violent incident against regular...

 
Caging the Tiger PDF Print E-mail
China Uncensored   

The biggest political "tiger" - a corrupt top official - in the history of the People's Republic of China is about to be caged.

Zhou Yongkang, the former internal head of security, member of the politburo and part of the Jiang Zemin political faction will soon be arrested and face trial for corruption.

Zhou was instrumental in carrying out Jiang Zemin's persecution of Falun Gong practitioners along with Bo Xilai, Luo Gan, and other members of the faction. These three men in...

 
Behind the16 Year Old Kunming Mass Killer PDF Print E-mail
China Uncensored   

On 1st March, 2014 just after 9pm at Kunming railway station, 8 young persons wearing black uniforms and holding large knives, some almost a meter long, attacked people in the railway square and also inside the ticketing area. 33 are confirmed dead, over 140 injured and some still in a critical...

 
The Chinese Communist Regime’s Strategies to Overpower the U.S. PDF Print E-mail
Chinascope   

The Chinese Communist  Party (CCP) ghost is still behind every building block of Chinese society, while China’s economy has expanded to a scale comparable to that of the U.S.  People who live in a society that doesn’t require having to face  the CCP in their daily lives tend to underestimate the Party’s impact.

Although the U.S. government and the American people have never been China’s enemy,  due to their conflicting ideologies,  U.S.  democracy and its values have...

 
Statement on Xu Zhiyong Sentence PDF Print E-mail
Citizen Power for China   

We strongly condemn China’s ruling regime for sentencing, on January 26th, 2014, internationally respected scholar and rights activist Xu Zhiyong to four years of imprisonment. The conviction for “gathering a crowd to disturb public order” represents a shameful escalation of the Communist leadership’s suppression of the citizen movement demanding the public disclosure of government officials’ assets, a universally accepted practice for preventing government corruption in all...

 
More Virulent H7N9 in 2014? PDF Print E-mail
China Uncensored   

A more virulent form of H7N9 bird flu in China in 2014 is probable as the virus can now be spread between humans and animals through contact.

According to the Health Department of Zhejiang province, in January 2014, there have been 46 cases confirmed as H7N9, including 12 deaths and 36 still in...

 
Activist Arrest Draws International Condemnation PDF Print E-mail
Initiatives for China   
On January 15th, 2014, Chinese authorities arrested distinguished Uyghur scholar and activist Ilham Tohti without specific charges, drawing swift condemnation from the United States and European Union.
The U.S. State Department lambasted the arrest as “part of a disturbing pattern of arrests and detentions of public interest lawyers, Internet activists, journalists, religious leaders and others who...
 
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