Wednesday, 28 July 2010

China Suddenly Approves (with UNESCO) Neo-Pagan Religion, Christianity Essentially Remains Outlawed.

China's communist leaders once dismissed worship of deities such as Mazu as nothing more than superstition and banned it. But far from mistrusting Mazu's millions of worshippers, China's atheist Communist Party is now encouraging them and overseeing massive events, such as the birthday celebration in early May this year at Mazu's birthplace, Meizhou Island in the southern Chinese province of Fujian. China's communist leaders are supporting worship of Mazu and using it to advance their own political and economic goals...

Last year, UNESCO, the U.N. agency that promotes preserving cultures, designated Mazu as "intangible cultural heritage of humanity." ...Read it all

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