Skip to comments.Strange “Heterodox Religion" Exhibit in Beijing, China
Posted on 09/10/2012 8:26:49 AM PDT by marshmallow
Currently on exhibit in Chinas capital is a curious display of large placards describing the evil deeds of heterodox religious cults.
The exhibit was organized and sponsored by the Beijing Association for Resistance Against Heterodox Religions, and features descriptions of heterodox cults throughout the world, including quotes by cult leaders. What is most disturbing about this display is that the images of these cults and their leaders are largely depicted as what at first appears to be Catholic, even though Catholicism is not mentioned on any of the placards.
On Placard 20, the title, which states, Stirring the People Into Rebellion, is accompanied by cartoon images of Wang Yongmin, the cult leader, who is wearing a red skullcap, pectoral cross, and a red bishops cape, though Yongmin is not Catholic.
Placard 15 depicts a cult identified in the title as The only Holy Spirit New Testament [Protestant] Church, which was established in Hong Kong. This group remains notorious in China for promoting Hong Kong and Taiwan independence from the Mainland. Again, the leader is depicted wearing the clothes of a Catholic bishop, despite the fact that the group identifies itself as Protestant.
Placard 19 describes a Chinese cult called the Changshou Teaching, led by a man named Li Changshou. Again, this cult identifies itself as Jidujiao (Protestant), but Li is depicted wearing a Roman collar, red skullcap, and a bishops pectoral cross.
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