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US should self-reflect before questioning China's religious freedom [Copy link] 中文

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Who says China has no religious freedom?  I see temples, churches, mosques and other places of worsh ...

It's the west's stock-in-trade to stir unrest using religious freedom as a pretex for interfering in other countries' internal affairs.
Believe it or not, it's true.

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zhihu01 Post time: 2019-4-11 20:47
I'm always proud to be a Chinese with great inclusiveness & generosity in our culture.  Except cou ...

" Except country J,"

What on earth is that?  My guess is Japan?  But why must you be so afraid to mention it in full, their war of aggression against China and other Asian countries, and the atrocities they committed are  well documented, so there is no need to be 'polite'!

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Religion is for weak people
if you want something in life get off your backside, and do it yourself!! don't rely on others to do it for you

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parcher Post time: 2019-4-12 14:18
Religion is for weak people

Yes, you are sooo right! The weak escape from life's problems they can't face, into religion, and fool themselves into thinking they can have a better life after death!  Look at those young able bodied monks who instead of contributing to soiety, choose to waste their youth in temples, meditating, then go begging for food with a bowl, so common in Thailand, what a waste of human resources!

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Who says China has no religious freedom?  I see temples, churches, mosques and other places of worsh ...

The West figures 'any Country without machine guns, grenades and killing devises going off in their religious places' is lacking religious freedom...

  KKK the Klan, an white supremacist hate group...
National Socialists, Aryan Brotherhood, Christian Identity, Patriotic Front, White Boy Society, Sovereign Citizen, Posse Comitatus and many more. They all grow out of a long American tradition...

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Who says China has no religious freedom?  I see temples, churches, mosques and other places of worsh ...

Those are just buildings. Why does China not recognize Bishops, appointed by the Catholic Church, in Rome? Because the Bishops appointed in China, by the government, are sworn to uphold the ideals of the Party first. Bishops appointed by the Catholic Church in Rome are sworn to uphold the ideals of God, first.

Why does China frown upon Born-Again Christians, Jehovah's Witnesses, the Jewish, and other religions? If there truly was religious freedom in China, all of these religions would be allowed, yet they are not. Why does the PSB photograph worshippers entering and leaving church? Why have churches been torn down in the last 5 years? Why are there underground church services, and why are Bible study sessions banned?

Freedom of Religion is more than just buildings, my friend. It includes allowing people the right to practice their Faith, without government intervention.
Stupid people are like Glowsticks. You want to snap them in half and shake the crap out of them until they see the light.
I love sarcasm. It's like punching someone in the head ... only with words

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