“”Guided by Xi Jinping’s new era of socialism with Chinese characteristics, we should focus on carrying out great struggles, building great projects, advancing great undertakings, realizing great dreams and building Chinese spirit, Chinese values, and Chinese power to promote the ideals and beliefs of all people,” the outline said.” China releases controversial ‘morality’ guidelines | Fox News
It is not for kings, O Lemuel- not for kings to drink wine,
not for rulers to crave beer,
lest they drink and forget what the law decrees,
and deprive all the oppressed of their rights. (Proverbs 31:4-5)[/quote_box]
Guess wine is acceptable under China’s new morality guidelines just not Winnie the Pooh or Freedom of Religion.
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You can read the guidelines yourself below.
You say you can’t read Chinese, not to worry, in the used to be free United States of America no one can read the mountainous of sloppy legal codes that are being used to crush the rights of the humble in the land either. 
“According to the new guidelines, China and its people have had “lofty pursuits.”
“The Communist Party of China leads the people in the process of revolution, construction and reform; upholds the ideal of Marxism for a better society, inherits and carries forward the traditional virtues of China, and creates and forms a socialist moral system that leads the development and progress of Chinese society,” the outline said.
“Socialism with Chinese characteristics has entered a new era, strengthening the moral construction of citizens and improving the moral level of the whole society,” the guidelines added. “It is a strategic task of building a well-off society in an all-round way, and building a socialist modernization and strengthening country in an all-round way.”
Melissa Leon is a reporter for FoxNews.com.” China releases controversial ‘morality’ guidelines | Fox News
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