BEIJING 20 October 2011 (ACNS) - Life is cheap in Communist China. Not only do they lead the world by far in the number of executions, but as people lay dying in the streets, no one does anything to help. Those who help are often blamed as being the guilty party. This should be no surprise to anyone who has studied the history of the Cultural Revolution and its after-effects. A Godless society like China lacks a moral compass. Without the fear of punishment from God, Chinese act merely out of selfish interests rather than according to morals.
Recently, a toddler was injured in China and completely ignored by passers-by. (See more here.) This is a trend in China. People are told not to intervene. People who do intervene are often accused of being the responsible party for the death or injury, or are even sued by the very same victims they helped.
One cannot be fooled by China's apparent adoption of capitalist principles. Just because they resemble in many ways the Christian nations of the West does not mean that they have a Christian moral compass, or any moral compass at all. They remain a Godless society, persecuting Christians who seek to instill morality into Chinese society. With a lot more influence of Jesus Christ in China, perhaps people won't lay dying in the streets as people pass them by.