We believe there
are at lease three people here.
While U.S. government panel accused China of
(i.e. Christian) freedom by shutting down the underground
family churches that in most cases are secretly funded and
controlled by Christian
fanatics from America and Vatican, U.S. regime does exactly
the same at home.
According to the reports by kcoy.com and pacificjustice.org (an
U.S. law firm), an American couple at Orange County, California,
has recently been ordered to stop holding a Bible study in
their home and were subsequently fined $300.
It is understood that the local legislation
prohibits "a regular gathering of more than three
people" without a conditional use permit granted by
The family church will face fines
of $500 per meeting if they hold any further "religious
gatherings" in their home, which means if more than
three people from the family or neighbouring houses dare
to sit together and read Bible again.
This is definitely something that
Chinese government should learn from Americans in order to
avoid violating religious freedom.
You can't violate something that is
not even exist in the first place, can you.
Chinese say: Among three people walking together, there
must be one who is good enough to be my teacher.
Americans say: Among three people sitting together, there
must be one who is dangerous
enough to be a terrorist.