【禁闻】日媒:中央党校起叛乱 对抗党喉舌

【新唐人2013年09月20日讯】近来,中共喉舌媒体一边批判宪政,一边追查“网路谣言”,封杀舆论,不断加紧对意识形态的控制。但是,日本媒体以《中央党校叛乱》为题,认为中共中央党校最近发出的拥护宪政和支援网路舆论的声音,显示了中共意识形态主干出现了“中枢神经分裂”。请看报导。

日本《产经新闻》9月12号发表专栏作家、知名评论家石平的文章指出,中央党校女教授蔡霞发表的“宪政民主才能使中国长治久安”演讲,并且被民间《共识网》刊载,这是前所未有的动向。

蔡霞在讲演中指出,目前中国危机重重,比如,社会危险的暴力趋向越来越严重;司法没有公信力;全社会任何人都没有安全感等问题,只有实施宪政才能解套。

石平表示,作为培养中共高干的中央党校对抗喉舌《新华社》、《人民日报》、《解放军报》,发出拥护宪政的声音,对当局扼杀网路舆论的行动进行批判,标志着中共重要的意识形态主干发生了“中枢神经分裂”。

英国《BBC中文网》记者12号在中央党校的刊物《学习时报》网页上,也发现了署名李勇的《宪政体制中的检查权》等拥护宪政的文章。

原香港《大公报》新闻部主任朱健国指出,反宪政是违犯宪法的,但“搞宪政”是中共拉拢人心的有效口号。

政论专栏作家朱建国:“从中共早期革命斗争起,就是为了建立宪政,毛泽东的联合政府就是搞宪政。当时就是因为国民党不宪政、不民主,中共要来搞宪政、搞民主,当时不是要跟他们搞联合政府吗?”

朱健国表示,此前的中共执政者,谁都不敢公开“反宪政”,因为等于是挖自己的墙角。

时事评论员华颇表却认为,中共体制内反宪也好保宪也好,不过是左右两派为了“救党”开出的不同药方。

《人民日报》自8月5号起连续三天刊登批判宪政的文章,掀起批判宪政运动;到9月4号《新华社》又刊登社长的文章,誓言“旗帜鲜明地进行舆论斗争”;《解放军报》同一天也出现“夺取网路舆论斗争的主导权”的文章,《产经新闻》的文章认为,这是党军的两个喉舌一起向网路舆论发出宣战。

不仅如此,自8月20号以来,当局在各地开展了打击网路谣言的行动:河南批捕131人,山西刑拘49人、治安处罚29人、批捕23人,陕西批捕22人。

安徽砀山的一名网民,将一起车祸死亡人数10人错误发布为16人,被处行政拘留5天。

有外媒此前统计说,中国各地加起来被抓捕的人数已经接近一千人。

时事评论员华颇:“没有习近平的首肯,不可能中共的宣传系统和政法系统联手搞了这个大规模的清理网路行动。但是怎样搞,搞到什么程度,在这一点上,中共内部是有分歧的。”

华颇指出,由于网路反腐的兴起,中共各级官员对网路是深恶痛绝,目前有了借口后开始乱抓人,搞得人心惶惶。

朱健国:“按著孙中山的话说,‘世界潮流浩浩荡荡,顺之者昌、逆之者亡’想开历史倒车,想反宪政的,必然失败的,那是肯定的。”

9月2号,《学习时报》刊登了党校教授宋惠昌的评论文章,以西周时期的厉王封杀民众声音,导致自己仓皇出逃的结果,来论说不应扼杀网路舆论的观点。宋惠昌说,任何时代如果想以权封杀民众的口都是重大错误,就算一时成功,最终也会被民众拉下权力的宝座。

《产经新闻》也指出,中央党校的叛乱也反映了习近平政权制约党内的失败和中共思想、理念方面已经陷入的混乱。

华颇认为,目前中共执政集团内部各派别矛盾激化、中共与民众之间矛盾激化,“邓派”、“毛派”、“自由派”也在意识形态上斗争不断,反映了中共危机的加深。

采访/陈汉 编辑/宋风 后制/王明宇

Japan Media: CCP Party School Rebels Against Party Media

Chinese Communist Party (CCP) mouthpiece media have been
criticizing the concept of constitutional government,
tracking down “Internet Rumors," suppressing public opinion
and tightening up ideological control without letup.
However, a report by Japanese media titled,
The CCP Party School’s Rebellion,
says that the CCP Party School’s recently voicing support
for constitutional government and online opinion suggests that
the main stem of the CCP’s ideology has started to split.

On September 12, Japan’s Sankei Shimbun published a column
written by well-known commentator Shi Ping.
He says it is unprecedented that CCP Party School professor
Cai Xia gave a speech titled, Only Constitutional Democracy
Can Lead China To Long-Term Stability and Peace,
which was later published by 21ccom.net, a Chinese news site.

Cai Xia said in her speech that China is in serious crisis.
The issue of social violence is getting more and more serious.
The judiciary system lacks credibility.
No one in the society has a sense of security.
Only the implementation of constitutional government
can resolve the issue.

Shi Ping says that as the training camp for senior CCP officials,
the CCP Central Party School’s voice against CCP mouthpieces
Xinhua News Agency, the People’s Daily, and PLA Daily,
its support to constitutional government and
its criticism of the authorities’ suppression of internet speech,
signifies that the backbone of CCP’s ideology is splitting.

On September 12, a reporter for BBC Chinese also found
articles supporting constitutional government
on the CCP Party School publication website Study Times.

One article titled, Inspection Rights of Constitutional System
was written by Li Yong.

Zhu Jianguo, former news director at HK based Ta Kung Pao,
says opposing constitutional government violates the law.
The CCP’s “Engaging in Constitutionalism" is just it using
words as an effective slogan of the CCP to win people over.

Political commentator and columnist Zhu Jianguo:
“Since the start of it’s revolutions the CCP has used
the slogan of establishing a constitutional government.

At that time, the KMT government did not have a
constitutional and democratic government.
The CCP led the fight to engage in a coalition government
based on a constitution and democracy."

Zhu Jianguo says that no previous CCP leaders
dared to publicly expresses “Anti-Constitutional" sentiments,
as they would damage their own foundation.

Commentator Hua Po says, however,
that whether the CCP supports constitutionalism or opposes it,
both are just the recipes of different factions to ‘save the CCP.’

From August 5, The People’s Daily published articles
criticizing constitutionalism for three days in a row,
launching the “Anti-Constitutionalism" campaign .

On September 5, Xinhua News Agency published
its president’s article, promising to “Have A Clear Stand
in Carrying out Fighting on Public Opinions."

PLA Daily also published an article on the same day,
titled “To Fight with Online Opinions for Control."
Sankei Shimbun’s article points out these two mouthpieces
are together declaring war with online opinions.

Moreover, since August 20, the authorities have been
carrying out actions to attack “online rumors."
Henan Province saw 131 people arrested; in Shanxi Province,
49 people were detained, 29 were punished, and 23 arrested;
and Shanxi Province saw 22 people arrested.

When 10 people died in a traffic accident in Dangshan, Anhui
Province, a netizen mistakenly posted online that 16 died.
He was then detained for five days.

Some overseas media provided data that nearly 1,000 people
have been arrested across China.

Commentator Hua Po:"Without Xi Jinping’s approval,
it would not be possible for CCP’s propaganda system
and its Political and Legal System to jointly engage in these
large-scale clean-up operations.
But there are still disagreements regarding
how to carry it out and to what extent it should be carried out."

Huo Po says that the rise of anti-corruption opinions online
is hated by CCP officials.
Now they have excuse an to arrest people,
making people anxious.

Zhu Jianguo: “According to Sun Yat-sen’s statement:
'The trend of the world is so mighty,
those who follow it will prosper, those who oppose it perish.'
Those who are against the trend of history and
are anti-constitutional are doomed to failure. That is for sure."

On September 2, Study Times published a review article
written by Song Huichang, a CCP Party School professor.
The article used the example of King Li suppressing
the voice of the people in the Western Zhou Dynasty to
illustrate that authorities should not suppress online voices.

Song Huichang said that in any era, suppression of speech
is a huge mistake. There might be a short-term victory.
But those in power will eventually be taken down
from their throne by the people."

Sankei Shimbun says the CCP Party School’s rebellion
reflects that Xi Jinping’s control of the CCP fractions
is a failure and that the CCP ideology is in a mess.

Hua Po says there are intense conflicts among
various CCP factions and between the CCP and the people.
Deng Xiaoping’s faction, Mao Zedong’s fraction and
the liberal faction also battle over ideology,
reflecting that the CCP’s crisis is deepening.

NTD Reporter Chen Han and Song Feng

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