US Falling to Communism, Chinese Christian Exile Warns

The United States is increasingly succumbing to a “communist style of governance,” according to the dire warning of a Chinese Christian exile imprisoned by Communist China’s dictatorship because of his faith.

‘Very Shocking and Horrible’

As the left has taken over the federal government with Joe Biden’s occupation of the White House, warnings abound about the dystopian course that it’s charted for America.

Yet, sometimes those come from individuals who have experienced the “niceties” of communist brutality firsthand – such as exiles from China, North Korea, the former Soviet Union, or today’s Russia.

Among those is Bob Fu, the leader of ChinaAid, a US-based nonprofit watchdog monitoring the persecution of Christians in China.

Fu told Fox News that he was shocked to observe how leftists in the US and other western nations were increasingly employing the repression and terror playbook of the Chinese Communist Party.

He insisted there were “very, very striking” similarities between the way China was persecuting “enemies” of the regime and the way the American left was imposing “restrictions and even discrimination.”

Fu took to pointing out a long list of “dictatorial” attitudes that the lefties have been utilizing in the US: refusing to tolerate dissent, enforcing wokeness, and censoring public and private speech, among others.

The exiled Chinese Christian stated it was “very shocking and horrible” to witness how the left has been ripping American society away from its “constitutional basis.”

Communists Everywhere Have a Single Playbook

During the 1989 Tiananmen Square protests, which were drowned in blood by the Chinese Communist Party, Fu was a student body leader at his university.

In 2013, he published a book called “God’s Double Agent,” which reveals the story of how he was imprisoned together with his wife in Beijing because they led house churches.

His family managed to flee China in 1996, before becoming refugees in the United States in 1997.

Fu, today a naturalized US citizen and a graduate of Philadelphia’s Westminster Theological Seminary, established his nonprofit in 2002 to lend a voice to the persecuted Christians in Communist China.

In his warning, he emphasized the communists around the world “only have one playbook,” and it always leads to horrifying dictatorship.

This article appeared in The State Today and has been published here with permission.