Chinese Government Offers a $1,500 Bounty to Informants Who Identify Leaders of Christian House Churches

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The Guangzhou Department of Ethnic and Religious Affairs is offering $1,500, equal to an average two-month’s income, to neighbors who turn in leaders of illegal house churches. Chinese President Xi Jinping, who is going after Muslims and Christians with great zeal, views religion as a threat from foreign countries to infiltrate and undermine the government’s power. [He is wrong about foreign powers but right in that religion does, in fact, undermine government power, because it allows people to turn to spiritual leaders and to each other for guidance and help. Totalitarian governments cannot allow that to happen.] -GEG

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If they want to continue on in such a way then maybe the West should kick all of their Chinese students out of our Universities and put bounties on more of their corrupt business leaders operating as industrial spies.

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Christians certainly shouldn’t be buying their products… the everyday people aren’t being enriched by it anyway… you can be sure most of the $$$ is funneling into the “Party” coffers…

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Isn’t it the democrats that are gung ho on China?

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China has freedom of religion, just don’t create mass problems.

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Oh don’t worry… the UN Human Rights Commission will protect them :\
I would expect our President would have something to say about this… but his “experts” and “handlers” probably won’t inform him…

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How about that link???