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Taste of What is To Come: China Burning All Religious books

 
Anonymous Coward
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01/31/2021 04:45 PM
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Re: Taste of What is To Come: China Burning All Religious books
I have zero objection to the Chinese, or anyone else for that matter, burning all religious books.

It might help prevent people growing into brianwashed adults who believe in the utter nonsense of a sky-fairy.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 80001888


You think they're doing it to help the people? How incredibly ignorant.

They're doing it so they can be the only ones brainwashing. Don't need religion getting in the way.
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01/31/2021 05:04 PM
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You wonder why these Chinese restaurants keep being propped up in small towns across America. No one eats there, the workers are all evil dragons.
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Ever notice the high turnover rate of lots of very fit, military-age men through those places? I did, years ago here in northern NJ, and did a little investigating. Like you said, no one seems to eat at these places and if you try it, the food is usually horrendous. My conclusion: many of them are PLA fronts.

Last count I saw reported, in 2019, in NYC and environs alone there were something like 700,000 Chinese illegals. How many of them from that younger, male demographic are here for more than the usual reasons, i.e., money and/or political asylum?
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01/31/2021 05:14 PM
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In communist China, practicing a certain faith, printing, or even reading religious books could result in prison terms and abuse.

Spiritual believers in China - be it Christians, Buddhists, Uyghur Muslims, or Falun Gong practitioners - are faced not only with brutal suppression or forced-labor terms but also have their religious books burned or trashed at the hands of the CCP.

26 people in Jiangsu Province, China, were sentenced under the charges of “illegal business operations” for being involved in printing religious publications meant for internal circulation for the South Korean Good News Mission.


Belief in the Communist Party is the only religion allowed,” the official said, according to the report.

“Only the mailing of government-approved books is allowed. All books with ‘bad information,’ including religion, are not allowed to be dispatched. If public security authorities discover violations of these regulations, the company will be fined and closed down"
 Quoting: Secretizer


Native Americans were banned from practicing their culture in U.S. (read your history!)

Stop pointing the finger.
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01/31/2021 05:20 PM

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In communist China, practicing a certain faith, printing, or even reading religious books could result in prison terms and abuse.

Spiritual believers in China - be it Christians, Buddhists, Uyghur Muslims, or Falun Gong practitioners - are faced not only with brutal suppression or forced-labor terms but also have their religious books burned or trashed at the hands of the CCP.

26 people in Jiangsu Province, China, were sentenced under the charges of “illegal business operations” for being involved in printing religious publications meant for internal circulation for the South Korean Good News Mission.


Belief in the Communist Party is the only religion allowed,” the official said, according to the report.

“Only the mailing of government-approved books is allowed. All books with ‘bad information,’ including religion, are not allowed to be dispatched. If public security authorities discover violations of these regulations, the company will be fined and closed down"
 Quoting: Secretizer


Native Americans were banned from practicing their culture in U.S. (read your history!)

Stop pointing the finger.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 80000149


What nonsense.

American Indians didn't have any written records so there was no way to ban their books.

And it is a complete non sequiter as well but then I doubt you have more than a 6th grade education to understand what that means.





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