As described in previous chapters, since its birth, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has explicitly stated its intention to create a society far removed from a belief in God and any divine concepts that are above the power of the Party and the state.

Particularly in China, spirituality and faith were always rooted in the people’s hearts thanks to their traditional culture passed down from generation to generation for millennia.

The CCP, obsessed with imposing atheism, has sought to break the ideas and beliefs of citizens using threats, terror, and indoctrination as a means to achieve its goals.

The Communist Manifesto, one of the fundamental books of the CCP, promotes the destruction of the family, the church, and the nation-state. Therefore, eliminating and subverting religions is one of the main objectives of communism, as stated in its most fundamental ideology.

Following these principles, the CCP became an expert in the persecution of ethnic, religious, and spiritual minorities such as Christians, Uighur Muslims, Tibetan Buddhists and practitioners of the ancient discipline Falun Gong.