【禁闻】骆家辉清廉做派 中共骂新殖民主义

【新唐人2011年8月31日讯】美国大使骆家辉赴北京上任亮相时的“背包客”清廉形象,在中国老百姓当中赢得喝采。而中共喉舌媒体《光明日报》网站日前发表一篇评论文章,把骆家辉的清廉作风称为“美国新殖民主义”,担心美国官员抢走中国人的民心。评论指出,御用文人在信息开放时代贩卖仇美思想,引来的只能是众人的嘲笑。目前《光明日报》已经将文章删除。

这篇评论文章题目是“警惕骆家辉带来的新殖民主义”,把矛头直指新上任的美国大使。文章承认,骆家辉赴任没有随从、没有警卫、没有鲜花和掌声、全家拎着大包小包抵达北京的平民作风,与众多官僚权贵们的高高在上形成鲜明的对比和讽刺,赢得中国普通民众的好感。

但是文章又说,“骆家辉给中国的官员们上课绝不是骆家辉的目地,为美国收揽赢得中国的民心,强化中国民众崇洋媚外的奴性,进而召集民意以壮大美国在中国的支持力量,藉以分化中国断裂甚至碎裂的意识形态,才是这位华裔大使的如意算盘。”

文章声称:“骆家辉华裔的身份使他能够对中国的普通民众产生亲和力,暴露了美国以华治华、煽动中国政治动乱的卑鄙用心。”

原《纽约时报》新闻助理赵岩指出,中共的御用文人,不自觉的总是把美国和现代文明社会当做自己的敌人。不断的给自己制造恐慌。

赵岩:“人家一切东西都是坏的,你的那些豪华奢侈的楼堂馆所,那才是好的吗?那不就是宁要社会主义的草,不要资本主义的苗,毛泽东思想,文革思想的再翻版吗?”

赵岩指出,中共从毛泽东时代开始,就一直把美国视为最大的假想敌,尽管美国在二战期间慷慨解囊的支持中国人民的抗战,尽管美国把“庚子赔款”全部留在中国建立了“清华大学”。

赵岩:“从1950年抗美援朝开始,他就把美国当成最大的敌人。因为他清楚,当一个民主制度在一个国家国土上落实的时候,他这种专制,他这种残酷的暴政,必然是实行不下去的。那么为了欺骗人民怎么办?他就要想出一个假想敌。”

大陆文化评论家叶匡政指出,中共对美国的抗拒,就是独裁对民主的恐惧。

叶匡政:“因为其实美国很多作为对很多极权社会确实是一种根本性的颠覆。无论是从思想,从行为,还是从价值上,都是一种颠覆。所以极权社会极权国家的理论家,对这种行为或这种意识,表现出反抗和抗拒或非常恐惧的心态。”

而御用文人为了给中共的独裁统治寻找借口,不惜指鹿为马,黑白颠倒。

北京宪政学者陈永苗指出,中共仇美实质上是对西方民主宪政的抗拒。

陈永苗:“他说来说去还是想阻挡宪政的潮流,这个民主化的潮流。因为现在最大的问题要求宪政的话,那最大的启迪当然还是来自西方。所以他说来说去还是想拦住对宪政化的潮流。所以他就在煽动极端民族主义的情绪,来服务于他的统治。”

骆家辉和拜登的清廉作风与中共官员的奢华作风形成鲜明对比,好像把中共专制的丑陋放在阳光之下暴晒。《光明日报》网站的这篇署名文章也发出哀叹:“如果中国共产党不能主动自觉清除官僚主义的病毒以确保自己机体的健康,如果中国共产党不能自己将党和官分开以整顿吏治收复民心,那就等著骆家辉掳走我们的民心和民意再反过来给我们自己动手术吧!”

赵岩:“如果他们不能从拜登和骆家辉的身上看到真正的政府官员应该是怎样的以身作则,来建立廉洁政府的形象的话,那么早晚中共或者说中国(共)政府会因为腐败而走向没落和灭亡,这个不因他的经济发展而决定。我们已经看到了,卡扎菲和穆巴拉克都因为自己的腐败而丧失了自己的政权。”

《法国国际广播电台》的评论文章说,如果从投资与回报的比率来评估的话,拜登的“炸酱面午餐”的宣传效果,要比《新华社》耗资千万在美国纽约“时代广场”打广告,不知要好上多少倍。一位副总统的一顿便饭,和一个新大使的轻装到任,就淋漓尽致的展现了他的国家形象,且魅力无穷。

新唐人记者秦雪、萧宇采访报导。
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Locke Tagged “Neo-colonialist"

U.S. Ambassador to Beijing Gary Locke’s “backpacker"
debut shows his rectitude, wining Chinese people’s acclaim.
However, Guangming Daily, Chinese Communist Party’s
(CCP) mouthpiece media, denounces on its website
Locke’s style as “American neo-colonialism.” It expresses
worry that U.S. officials will win over Chinese people’s heart.
Comments say that Guangming Daily tries to instigate
anti-American sentiment in the age of open information.
That will only bring ridicule. Later, Guangming Daily
removed the article from its website.

Entitled “Beware Of Locke’s Neo–colonialism," the article
directs its attack to the new American ambassador.
It admits, Locke brought no followers to his post, no guards,
no flowers or applause, but only his family with large bags.
This conduct is in sharp contrast to the Chinese bureaucrats,
winning the acclaim of many ordinary Chinese people.
At the same time the article says, “Locke is not trying
to educate Chinese officials, but to win over Chinese people,
to strengthen Chinese people’s fawning servility,
and to break up China’s ideology."
The article claims, “Locke’s performance of incorruptibility is
a despicable intention of instigating political unrest in China."
Former New York Times news assistant Zhao Yan said,

CCP’s hack writers always make an enemy of America
and the modern civilized society.
They keep seeking to instill panic in Chinese readers.

Zhao Yan: “If anything that belongs to others is bad, how
about your (CCP’s) luxury office buildings and mansions?
Isn’t that a replication of Maoism
from the Cultural Revolution?"
Zhao pointed out that communist China has regarded
America as the greatest enemy from the Mao era.
But in fact America provided generous support to China
during World War II.
And back in history, it returned all the Boxer Indemnity
to China to fund the establishment of Tsinghua University.
Zhao Yan: “Ever since the Korean War in 1950s,
CCP has depicted the United States as the biggest enemy,
because it knows that if a democratic system is established
in China, its tyranny will come to an end.
That is how they deceive Chinese people
with America as an enemy."

China’s cultural critic Ye Kuangzheng pointed out that CCP’s
anti-U.S. sentiment originates from its fear of democracy.
Ye: “America indeed has undermining power against many
totalitarian regimes in terms of thinking, behavior and values.
So totalitarian states show great resistance and fear
toward America’s value system and social institutions."
CCP’s hack writers, however, spare no effort
in distorting facts to legitimatize CCP’s rule.
Beijing constitutional scholar Chen Yongmiao pointed out
that CCP’s anti-American sentiment
is actually a resistance toward
the Western constitutional democracy.

Chen Yongmiao: “Whatever it (CCP) says, it just wants
to block the trend of constitutional government,
the trend of democratization. The West provides
the best examples of constitutional democracy,
so CCP just tries to counteract the West’s influence.
It incites extreme nationalist sentiments to serve its rule."
Locke and Biden’s style of incorruptibility is in sharp contrast
to the luxurious style of Chinese officials.
It is an exposure of the ugly communists’ dictatorship face.

Even the Guangming Daily article lamented:
“If CCP cannot take the initiative to consciously remove
the virus in its bureaucracy,
if CCP cannot separate itself from the government,
it can only watch Locke winning Chinese people’s hearts!"
Zhao Yan: “If they (CCP) cannot learn incorruptibility from
Biden and Locke on how an official should perform his duty,
CCP will sooner or later decline because of corruption.
This cannot be saved by economic development.
We have seen that both Gaddafi and Mubarak have lost
their political power because of corruption."

Radio France Internationale’ review article said that Biden’s
“noodle lunch" produced way better advertisement effect
than Xinhua News Agency’s “Times Square show" billboard
for CCP’s image, which costs over US$10 million.
A simple meal of a vice president
and a simple inauguration of a new ambassador
can vividly demonstrate a country’s true values
and win people’s hearts.

NTD reporters Qin Xue and Xiao Yu.

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