Chinese Surveillance Of Christians A “Blueprint” For Persecution

Friday, May 1st, 2020
CCTV cameras in China

China is reportedly creating a “blueprint system of persecution” which could then be sold to other countries to persecute people across the globe.

Open Doors CEO David Curry told The Christian Post, China could be shaping the future of international religious minority oppression.

It involves use of surveillance technologies to monitor the movements of Christians and other religions.

China uses a social score system that grades its citizens based on their actions.

People are given 2,000 points, with demerits applied every time they do something the government disagrees with.

Eventually, travel is restricted, and children are refused entry to the best schools.

Mr Curry says, in his opinion, the system is the greatest threat to human rights worldwide.


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