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Monday, 30 December 2013

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China voted on Saturday to abolish a penal system which allows police to imprison citizens for up to four years with no reason.

The camps in 2013 are simply outmoded. Prisoners have been forced to memorize lengthy passages from Das Kapital and The Thoughts of Chairman Mao. Anyone who cannot do so have been shunned and sometimes mocked by thought control directors at the camps.

The camp directors are not without employment though. They are on their way to Devil's Lake, N.D. where the Christian Camp Of The Holy Ghost is located. The charismatic summer camp is where evangelical children are recruited to "God's Army.

In a video that went viral on the internet the children are shown shaking and sobbing over abortion, homosexuality, and contraception. They are also shown praying over a cardboard cutout of the late Jerry Falwell.

The camp director, Carol Fischer, said that she has hired the re-education directors from China "because they don't stand for any nonsense."

"They know what they're doing and are passionate about their work. Sure I'm raising a Christian Jihad and I need all the help I can get."

She pointed out that the Chinese indoctrinators shouldn't have much difficulty from switching from Maoism to evangelical fundamentalist Christianity.

"They're pretty much the same," she said.

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