【禁闻】“五道杠”招众骂 少工委欲降温

【新唐人2011年5月14日讯】最近,武汉市少先队总队副总队长黄艺博佩戴“五道杠”一事,引发公众和媒体热议。外媒指出,黄艺博已经成为“中国共产主义的一颗星”,而大陆的网络上却是骂声一片。作为负责青少年工作的中央权威机构——全国少工委日前终于发声,要求各级少先队组织不得擅自“加杠”。

据此前大陆媒体的报导,黄艺博两岁就开始看《新闻联播》,七岁开始阅读《人民日报》和《参考消息》,现任武汉市少先总队副总队长,因为佩戴“五道杠”,而被称为“五道杠少年”。

在中国,少先队作为中共的附属组织和后备梯队,一直受到中共官方的直接控制与特殊教育,少先队队员、共青团团员、中共党员几乎成了所有官员的人生必经三部曲。

《南方周末》在“官样年华——五道杠总队长是怎样炼成的”一文中披露,黄艺博的父亲黄宏章,是湖北省一家省直单位政工处负责宣传工作的副处长;母亲则在军工系统工作。

黄宏章特意为儿子整理编辑出版了《阳光男孩黄艺博成长实录》,书中搜集了历年来关于黄艺博的媒体报导、与领导合影以及获得的荣誉奖项等。书中有一组照片,展示了黄艺博当选“五道杠”后“研究工作”、“阅读文件”的场景。

这些照片被发表到黄艺博的网络博客后,迅速在网上走红。黄艺博官气十足的姿态和口号式文章,立即引来网民调侃和媒体的关注,《华尔街日报》称他是“戴‘五道杠’的中国政治神童”。

英国的《独立报》则形容黄艺博是“中国共产主义的一颗星”,认为黄艺博的照片和中共政治人物的宣传照片“几乎没有分别”。尤其是在一张照片中,他弯腰握住一名卧病在床老太太的手,俨然是一副领导做派。

而随着“五道杠”事件的持续升温,作为负责青少年工作的全国少工委终于在5月11号发出通知,要求各级少先队不得“擅自加杠”。

按照现行规定,少先队的大、中、小队长分别是三道杠、两道杠和一道杠,并没有“五道杠”。

那么,“五道杠”事件是否会因为“不得擅自加杠”的行政通知而就此了结呢?

5 月12号,英国《BBC》中文网刊发湖南网友高亚洲的文章“孩子到底需不需要那一杠”,文章质疑,既然不准插入五道杠,又何需在孩子们的世界里插入一道杠、两道杠、三道杠呢?

高亚洲指出,杠杠俨然是现实社会中权力等级的生动照搬,只要一道杠、两道杠、三道杠还在,禁五道杠无异于“以五十步笑百步”;少工委的通知,只是徒增笑料。

网友则评论说,变态的社会教育,教育出了一个标准的官场在小学的模型;就算取消掉五道杠,也取消不了权力在人们心中的阴影,也取消不了中共奴化国民的现实。

也有网友直言:没有信仰也比信共产主义要好。

透视这一异常火热的“五道杠”事件,美国资深时事评论员杰森博士认为,多年来,很多仁人志士在积极推进“去中共化”的运动,虽然表面上不轰轰烈烈,但这个运动已经在中国社会产生了巨大影响。

杰森博士:“这个事情,这个热热闹闹的场景,大家其实不是在围观‘五道杠’,而事实上就像是一个网上大游行,是一个‘边缘化中共’的网上大游行。”

据《大纪元》数据显示,自2004年底《九评共产党》发表以来,截至目前,退出中共及其附属组织共青团和少先队的“三退”人数,已高达9400多万人,中共的解体已经成为大势所趋。

新唐人记者李谦、周平综合报导。

The “Five-Stripe Youth” Dilemma

Recently, the “five-stripe” badge worn by Huang Yibo,
the deputy chief of Wuhan’s Young Pioneers,
have sparked heated public and media debates.
Foreign media commented that Huang has become
“a star of Chinese Communism",
while he is widely criticized by the Chinese netizens.
Communist party’s (CCP) youth work authorities,
the National Youth Work Committee, finally ordered
the Young Pioneers to not “add stripes" at will.

As per Chinese media reports, Huang started
watching state-produced news at the age of 2 and
reading CCP’s official People’s Daily at age 7.
As the deputy chief of Wuhan’s Young Pineers,
Huang is called “five-stripe youth” for his badge.

Young Pioneers is an affiliate and reserve echelon
of the CCP, which directly controls and educates it.
Nearly all CCP official were previous members of
Young Pioneers and the Communist Youth League.

Southern Weekend magazine revealed in an article,
Huang’s father, Huang Hongzhang, is deputy director
of propaganda at a provincial agency in Hubei.
His mother works in the Chinese military system.

Huang Hongzhang edited and published a book
“Record of Sunshine Boy Huang Yibo’s Growth".
The book contains a collection of awards Huang got,
media reports on him and his photos with officials.
A set of photographs show that after getting “5 stripes”,
Huang was doing research and reading documents.

These photos soon became popular online.
Huang’s bureaucrat posture and slogan-style articles
immediately attracted ridicule from netizens.
The Wall Street Journal called him
“Chinese political prodigy with five stripes.”

UK’s newspaper Independent described Huang as
“Star of Chinese Communism" and his photos are
not different from CCP politicians’ propaganda photos.
In one photo, resembling a CCP official,
he bent over to hold the hand of a bedridden woman.

As the “five stripes” continue to attract attention,
on May 11, National Youth Work Committee finally
issued a notice forbidding unauthorized extra stripes.

Under current provisions, according to their ranks,
Young Pioneer officials can have maximum 3 stripes.

Will the “five stripes" incident end with this notice?

On May 12, BBC Chinese published an article by
Hunan-based netizen Gao Yazhou, who asked,
do children really need the stripes?

Gao pointed out that the stripe system represents
hierarchies in the real world.
As long as the stripes still exist, forbidding “5 stripes”
is as ridiculous as pot calling the kettle black.

A netizen commented that the twisted education
has made a bureaucratic model in primary school.
Eliminating the five stripes will not eliminate
the reality of CCP’s enslavement of Chinese people.

A netizen commented: Having no belief is
better than believing in communism.

U.S.-based senior political commentator Dr. Jason
believes that many people have been promoting
“de-Communization" movement, which has made
a tremendous impact on the Chinese society.

Dr. Jason: Netizens aren’t crowd watching “5 stripes”.
It is like an online parade to marginalize CCP.

As per Epoch Times’ data, since the end of 2004,
after the publication of the “Nine Commentaries,"
94 million people have quit the CCP and its affiliated
organizations, including the Young Pioneers.
The CCP’s disintegration is the trend of the times.

NTD reporters Li Qian and Zhou Ping

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