Chinese government often uses the subversion of state power and the
protection of state secret clauses in their law system to imprison those who
are critical of the government.
1. Police Terror
Political education in the People's Republic of China--a
variety of education methods whose aim is to have the citizens
identify with and support the Chinese Communist Party’s
The most intrusive and thorough is “thought
reform, “reeducation” or “transformation.”Thought reform
often takes place in a prison or labor camp, and may involve
threats or other coercive measures to convince the target to
reshape his or her ideological or political identity.
The least intrusive, form of political education is propaganda
Censorship in the People's Republic of China is implemented by
Communist Party of China.
Censored subjects include democracy, theTiananmen Square
protests of 1989, ethnic independence
movements, corruption, police brutality, anarchism, disparity of
wealth, food safety, news sources that report on these
issues, religious content, and much more.
The State controls all Media, Education, and Communication
The Chinese Communist Party does not tolerate religion. Only
those religious groups that support the Chinese Communist
Party are allowed to exist.These institutions are made up of
“puppet” religious leaders that promote the Communist Party.
Religious leaders who do not follow the Chinese Communist
Party are imprisoned or sent to labor camps.
Christians, Buddhists, and Muslims are all persecuted.
During the Cultural Revolution places of worship and religious
idols were destroyed.
All education was state sponsored. The state determined the curriculum
and promoted the communist cause.
Youth groups were also state sponsored.
During the Cultural Revolution the youth group the “Red Guard” enforced
Mao’sCommunist agenda and promoted the Communist cause.