Buddhists Falsely Accused

Accusations against True Buddha School devotees by the CCP are aimed at applying the National Security Law against them.

CCP controlled Wen Wei Po and Ta Kung Pao are regarded by the citizens of Hong Kong as their two less believable newspapers. However, they are now read by Hongkongers with fear and trembling, as they are very good in “predicting” in advance the authorities’ next moves under the National Security Law.

The Wen Wei Po, with occasional cooperation by the Ta Kung Pao, has launched a massive campaign claiming that the National Security Law’s provisions should be interpreted in the sense that religious movements banned in China as xie jiao (“heterodox teachings,” sometimes translated as “evil cults”) should be banned in Hong Kong as well.

Read more at “Buddhists Falsely Accused of Being Falun Gong Members in Hong Kong”

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