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It sounds like something the Chinese gov't would do...
Tue Aug 29, 2017 4:42pm

They have a long track record of carefully regulating speech. Especially public speech.

Historically, before they have allowed any 'private' citizen to gain a following, they have carefully made sure that that individual would not foment discontent or rebellion.

IMO ensuring that sermons by religious leaders are supportive of gov't policies is simply an extension of business as usual for the Chinese gov't.

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