Christians Hunted Like Animals In At Least One Chinese City

Christians Hunted Like Animals In At Least One Chinese City by Randolph Jason for Gospel News Network

It’s okay, its China a friend of the U.S. and especially of 35+ year CONgreeman Diane Feinstein. While corporate media drones on and on about how Russia is our enemy, Russia is “interfeiring with our elections” and “Russia did it” – whatever “it” is – China is not only stealing, or being handed everything we have to offer, they are reintroducing Maoism at an ever increasing pace. This reintroduction process includes worship of the state and not a Supernatural deity. Dictator for life Xi Jinping has been rolling out ever more draconian policies since the day he announced he would be dictator for life.

What we learned from South China Morning Post is, at least, one major city is now offering a bounty for Christians. Of course it is not called a bounty, as that’s not politically correct, but make no mistake about it, it will only be a matter of time before the words “dead or alive” proceed the next level of announcements. If you are a “religious tourist” and get turned in you will garner the highest reward – apparently offshore Christians are more of a threat than practicing Chinese Christians.

  • Southern metropolis of Guangzhou introduces cash incentives as campaign to sinicise faith groups heats up

  • Biggest payouts reserved for information leading to arrest of clerics from outside mainland China

Guangzhou has become the first major city in China to offer financial rewards to people who report “illegal religious activities”, as authorities continue to crack down on underground gatherings.

An announcement was made recently by the southern city’s ethnic and religious affairs department, which said that members of the public could earn up to 10,000 yuan (US$1,500) for providing tip-offs about illicit groups.

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Under the new reward scheme in Guangzhou, the capital of Guangdong province, informants can earn between 5,000 and 10,000 yuan for tips leading to the arrest of a non-Chinese religious leader, according to a statement on the department’s website.

Other payments include 3,000 to 5,000 yuan for information leading to the closure of a foreign religious group, and between 100 and 3,000 yuan for tips about locally organised gatherings and their leaders.

We have been discussing going to China for a visit, but that is now not a realistic goal, not sure that my wife would be willing to make the trip with this new information. Imagine a mere $1,500 for a human life. Not only does this prove beyond question that China is a hostile nation towards Christians, or any other religion, it also proves they are one of the worst nations for human rights violations. I feel confident it will be a short trip to the next level regarding capture and treatment of Christians. They have already put the entire muslim community into interment camps.

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