KMT spied on religious groups, focusing on Presbyterian Church


A handbook on “deployment work” issued in 1981 by the Investigation Bureau showed that 30,000 officers were sent across Taiwan to surveil the public, about one for every 500 to 700 people, the commission said.

Wow. Not surprising the Presbyterian church was included I guess; it’s always had close links with Taidu people.

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Hmm, color us shocked. What i am more interested in is the excuses the kmt voters have to justify this. Thats what gets my tummy hungry for some popcorn :slight_smile:

Lee Teng-Hui and his wife were Presbyterians.

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And CKS and SML were Methodists. Just sayin’.

This isn’t new news, is it?

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