Thursday, April 21, 2011
Commies in commie-led China continue to fear religion
In recent weeks people of faith in The Middle Kingdom – commie led China, have been arrested, detained, or placed under house arrest. Continuing to demonstrate the communist in China fearing religion. Why would a secure government fear religion? That question has the answer, as the commie-led government must not feel secure thus their fear of religion.
The current target of this commie hate is a Protestant church, Shouwang. They were evicted from their space when the commie atheist government pressured the landlord not to renew their lease.
The congregation then tried to gather in Zhongguangcun plaza; however commie police blocked the Rev. Jin Tianming and other church leaders from leaving their homes.
In China there are the state run / controlled Protestant and Roman Catholic Churches, and the real churches not controlled by the commies, who meet underground in people’s homes.
Related YouTube report:
Posted by Tony aka: PropagandaBuster at 3:30 PM
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