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【禁闻】《较量无声》遭封杀 被称搞笑巨片

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【新唐人2013年11月05日讯】一部由中共军方制作的记录片《较量无声》在网路公开后,迅速被热传并引发巨大争议。但短短几天,这部影片就原因不明的遭到大陆主流媒体的全面封杀,更引起诸多揣测。有分析认为,中共高层分裂严重,使得中宣部在压力下不得不下令屏蔽视频;也有消息说,这部影片只允许军队系统内部观看,未经审批,不能公开。民间则认为影片内容过于荒诞,甚至沦为了笑柄,早日〝消失〞,好过颜面尽失。
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由中国国防大学、总政治部保卫部、总参谋部三部、中国社会科学院、中国现代关系研究所联合推出的记录片《较量无声》,在大陆网路热传不到几天就遭到了各大网站逆袭屏蔽,引发了舆论各种猜测。

有评论分析,是中共内斗的结果,也有人指出,影片是军方〝不慎〞流出。但大多观点认为,影片的内容引发的负面舆论和质疑声浪,迫使中宣部不得不下令封杀视频。

这部只有90分钟的记录片曾一度在网路引起轩然大波,影片内容也遭到巨大非议。带有脑残、可笑、荒诞、不符常理等字眼的评论尽出,有人甚至点出了片中的若干错别字,讽刺制作方贻笑大方。甚至有网民将影片称为:搞笑巨作。

影片用极为尖锐和文革批判式的语气指出,中国正在被美国全面渗透和颠覆。影片还把当前大陆复杂的社会矛盾、中共官员的腐败、维权事件频发、公民抗争、基督教的传播,以及民间对宪政的呼声等,都归为美国的阴谋和渗透。

影片还谴责美国千方百计拉拢,收买,威胁和策反利用中国的学者,认为目前民间占据主流地位的自由派知识份子是政治变节分子,他们公开发表反党等卖国言论,为西方利益集团服务,画面中还出现了茅于轼、贺卫方、夏业良等中国学者的名字和照片,引发了公共知识份子的不满。

大陆广西网路作家荆楚:〝这种论断,应该是那些毛左们制造的伪命题,因为毛左们对于自由民主这些基本的价值观他们是一无所知,认为这个国家的腐败啊、愤怒啊,都是美国挑起的。根本就是睁着眼睛说瞎话,自己的国家存在的问题,把这些问题推到美国就能够解决问题了吗?〞

一位叫〝巴南美术教研〞的网民说,美国之所以要对中国实行和平演变是因为:历史上的非民主国家像苏联、希特勒、二战前的日本、现在的朝鲜等,无不是对外侵略成性,对内造成严重的人道主义灾难。他建议茅于轼先生和贺卫方先生应该起诉制作《较量无声》的单位。

〝北京大学〞法学院教授贺卫方回应说:〝一个明智的民族一定会知道哪样的观念与主张是对自己真正有利的。那些青红不分、是非不辨的论调,明智者付诸一笑而已。〞

贺卫方还指出,《较量无声》充斥着冷战思维和煽动话语,把一些国家人民追求自由与民主的言行都妖魔化,甚至把因缺乏民主法治而导致的腐败也说成美国阴谋,可笑之至!

不仅是国内舆论,一些国外媒体也对《较量无声》提出了质疑。〝英国广播公司《BBC》〞引用《纽约时报》的报导说,不清楚这个充斥了阴谋论的视频是否被有意泄漏到网路;《法国国际广播电台》则指出,片中所谓美国颠覆中共政权的〝十条诫令〞纯属伪造,成为这部政论片的最大软肋。《法广》引用网友的话说:这份完全经不起入门级网友网路检索的解说词,既成笑柄,又浪费公帑。

采访编辑/张天宇 后制/钟元


Propaganda Documentary Silent Contest Deleted

The online release of the purported documentary film
"Silent Contest", produced by the Chinese military,
has been the cause of much controversy.

However, a few days after its release, the film has been
blocked by Chinese mainstream media for unclear reasons,
leading many speculate about the cause.

Some analysts say that it's pressure from strong divisions
among senior levels of the Chinese Communist Party's (CCP)
that led the Propaganda Ministry to order that
the video be removed.
Some say that the movie is confidential,
and can only be watched within the military organs.
Without the approval, it cannot be played in the public.

The public say the movie is too absurd, or is even a joke, and
the CCP quickly made it disappear in an attempt to save face.

The Chinese military's National Defense University,
the General Political Security and General Staff Departments,
the Chinese Academy of Social Science and China Institutes
of Contemporary International Relations jointly
launched the film "Silent Contest".

The movie was circulated widely for a few days
and then deleted from the mainstream websites.
It aroused public speculation.

Some analysts say that it resulted from
the CCP's internal struggles.
Some people say that the movie was leaked out
“accidentally” by the military.
The most widespread opinion is that the content of the movie
led to negative public opinion and questioning of the CCP,
forcing the Propaganda Department issues an order to remove
the video from the public arena.

The over 90-minute film has stirred up waves online.
The content has been badly criticized.
Some people described it as "brain-dead", "ridiculous",
"absurd" and "wacko".
Some people even picked up on several typos,
saying that the producer is ironic.
Some netizens call the movie as a comedy masterpiece.

The movie used extremely pointed rhetoric
reminiscent of Mao's Cultural Revolution.
It says that China is being completely infiltrated and
subverted by the US.
The film also classified China's complicated social conflicts,
the CCP officials' corruption, human rights protests,
the spread of Christianity, and people's urging for the launch
of a constitutional government, as a U.S. infiltration conspiracy.

The film condemns the U.S. for allegedly using the means of
bribery and threats to incite Chinese scholars to defect.
The film also says all the mainstream liberal intellectuals
in the society are political traitors, and that these intellectuals
openly published their opinions to oppose the CCP and betray
the country in service of Western interests groups.
Names and photos of well-known Chinese scholars including
Mao Yushi, He Weifang and Xie Yeliang were shown in the film,
provoking dissatisfaction from many intellectuals.

Jing Chu, Guangxi-based internet writer: "These arguments
were likely created by Maoist-leftists.
As they know nothing about democratic values.

They are lying when they claim Chinese officials' corruption
and the people's anger are provoked by the U.S.
Maybe they think they can resolve the country's problems
by shifting them onto the U.S."

A netizen says that the U.S. hopes China can
peacefully enter democracy because undemocratic countries,
like North Korea, the Soviet Union, Nazi Germany,
and Japan in the past, all caused serious inhumane disasters.
This netizen suggests Mao Yushi and He Weifang to
sue the film-makers of Silent Contest.

He Weifang, Professor at Law School
of Peking University responded.
He said that a wise nation definitely knows which values
and ideas are really good for them.
He says the wiser just laugh at the groundless claims.

He Weifang says that the Silent Contest is full of Cold War
rhetoric and words meant to incite people.
It demonizes people's expression
of their pursuit for freedom and democracy.
He also says it's extremely ridiculous that the film tells
people that the CCP's corruption, which caused is by lacking
of democratic law, was caused by a U.S. conspiracy.

Not only domestic public opinion, but also foreign news media
questioned Silent Contest.
BBC cited the New York Times saying that "it is not clear if
the video was intentionally released online or somehow leaked."
Radio France Internationale (RFI) says the film's most bogus
claim is that the U.S. subverts the Chinese regime
with the "10 Commandments".

RFI cited a netizen who said that the things spoken of by
the film's narrator cannot be found online,
and can only be seen as a joke and a waste of public money.
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