刘晓波的骄傲,中国人的耻辱

作者:kzhoulife  于 2010-10-9 10:33 发表于 最热闹的华人社交网络--贝壳村

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刘晓波获得诺贝尔和平奖,是今天的一大新闻,各方的反应,也都在意料之中。
 
西方政府和媒体的反应,可以用美国总统奥巴马和国务卿希拉里的讲话概括:奥巴马称刘晓波“为信仰牺牲自由”,是“以和平及非暴力方式推进普世价值这一事业的雄辩并富有勇气的代言人”。希拉里在一份声明中称赞刘晓波“不懈地争取中国人的自由和人权以及中国和平的政治变革”,“政府应该承认像刘晓波这样的公民所起到的建设性的作用”。
 
党的反应照例是抗议反对封杀,效果如同反腐一样,也是尽人皆知的。
 
普通人,特别是海外普通的中国人,极少数同党一样,认为诺贝尔和平奖授予刘晓波是西方政客扼制中国崛起的险恶手段,是西方列强颠覆肢解中国的政治工具。如果授予一个中国人诺贝尔和平奖就可以扼制颠覆肢解中国,美日又何必搞联合军演,把造航空母舰的钱省下来,每年在中国找几个异议人士,颁予他们自由奖,民主奖,岂不更省事省力?显然不管用,西方政客也不会幼稚到这种地步。所以这些人尽可以放心,授予刘晓波诺贝尔和平奖,是绝对不可能颠覆中国政府的。相反,刘晓波获奖,国家多了一百多万美元的外汇收入,解决了部分人的生活问题,社会因此安定和谐了,又没有对环境造成任何污染与破坏,多好的事情!

多数人的观点:刘晓波获得诺贝尔和平奖,是中国人的骄傲,值得庆祝。乍看这种观点似乎没错,仔细一想,我认为刚好相反:刘晓波获得诺贝尔和平奖,不是中国人的骄傲,而是中国人的耻辱,要说骄傲,也只是刘晓波一个人的骄傲,刘晓波家人的骄傲,或者说,是许许多多为了中国的自由民主而默默抗争者的骄傲,作为一个普通的中国人,我感到的是耻辱!
 
如果诺贝尔物理奖化学奖授予中国人,我会感到骄傲,因为那代表中华民族的聪明和智慧,但诺贝尔和平奖授予中国人,那说明我们这个民族,至今还没有真正踏入现代文明社会,为此我感到耻辱!
 
一个提倡用和平及非暴力方式推进社会制度改革的知识分子,获得诺贝尔和平奖,他的国家居然如临大敌,千方百计封锁消息,唯恐人民知道,为此我感到耻辱!
 
诺贝尔和平奖授予一个中国人,而这个人现在还关在监狱里,连说一句话的权利都没有,世界上有几个国家,人民连这点权利都没有?为此我感到耻辱!
 
我,一个普通人,如果有刘晓波先生十分之一或者哪怕是百分之一的勇气,昂起头挺起胸,中国也许就不会得到这个所谓的诺贝尔和平奖了。可是我却选择了逃避,选择了沉默,为此我感到耻辱!
 
近年来几个著名的诺贝尔和平奖得主:1991年缅甸的昂山素季,1993年南非的曼德拉,1994年巴勒斯坦的阿拉法特,2003年伊朗的希尔琳·艾芭迪。看看这些国家吧,中华民族的人权民主状况与它们一样,甚至更差,为此我感到耻辱!
 
我的这种耻辱深藏在心底,没有人知道。在朋友面前,我依然自豪的说,我是中国人,我为刘晓波先生感到骄傲。

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2 回复 牙齿 2010-10-9 10:38
香港《解放月报》1988年12月:

问:那什么条件下,中国才有可能实现一个真正的历史变革呢?
刘晓波:三百年殖民地。香港一百年殖民地变成今天这样,中国那么大,当然需要三百年殖民地,才会变成今天香港这样,三百年够不够,我还有怀疑。

问:十足的:“卖国主义”啦。
刘晓波:我要引用马克思“***宣言”的一句话:“工人没有祖国,决不能剥夺他们所没有的东西。”我无所谓爱国、叛国,你要说我叛国,我就叛国!就承认自己是挖祖坟的不孝子孙,且以此为荣。

问:你是说,中国还要走香港的路?
刘晓波:但历史不会再给中国人这样的机会了,殖民地时代已经过去了,没人会愿意再背中国这个包袱。
1 回复 早安太阳 2010-10-9 10:49
我耳朵软,觉得你说的挺对的
1 回复 kzhoulife 2010-10-9 10:53
牙齿: 香港《解放月报》1988年12月:

问:那什么条件下,中国才有可能实现一个真正的历史变革呢?
刘晓波:三百年殖民地。香港一百年殖民地变成今天这样,中国那么大,
让大陆同胞读读这篇文章,对党和国家应该都有好处啊?不是说人民群众的眼睛是雪亮的吗?为什么要屏蔽一切关于刘晓波的信息呢?
2 回复 kzhoulife 2010-10-9 11:08
牙齿: 香港《解放月报》1988年12月:

问:那什么条件下,中国才有可能实现一个真正的历史变革呢?
刘晓波:三百年殖民地。香港一百年殖民地变成今天这样,中国那么大,
Beijing, China (CNN) -- With news media across the globe reacting to this year's Nobel Peace Prize announcement, authorities in the winner's homeland are racing to delete his name from all public domains.

Type "Liu Xiaobo" -- or "Nobel Peace Prize," for that matter -- in search engines in China and hit return, you get a blaring error page.

It's the same for the country's increasingly popular micro-blogging sites. "Nobel Prize" was the top-trending topic until the authorities acted to remove all mentions of the award.

Propaganda officials have also pulled the plug on international broadcasters -- including CNN -- whenever stories about Liu air.

Text-messaging on mobile phones is not immune from censors, either. A Shanghai-based netizen, @littley, tweeted his unfortunate experience: "My SIM card just got de-activated, turning my iPhone to an iPod touch after I texted my dad about Liu Xiaobo winning the Nobel Peace Prize."

For most ordinary Chinese, the only glimpse of the story came when an anchor read a short statement from the foreign ministry on state TV, blasting the Norwegian Nobel committee's choice of an imprisoned Chinese dissident for the prize "a blasphemy."

Chinese news consumers are no strangers to such blackouts.

The Chinese government, in its effort to control the flow of information, has long blocked some of the world's top social networking sites - including Facebook, Youtube and most overseas-based blogging services.

Disagreements over Internet censorship led to a war of words between Beijing and Google early this year, leading the search engine giant to redirect its Chinese services to Hong Kong.

Frustrated netizens have dubbed the state's extensive Internet filtering system the "Great Firewall of China," which is said to employ the world's biggest cyber police force to monitor the world's biggest online population of more than 400 million people.

An increasing number of mostly young, tech-savvy users, however, have learned to rely on proxy servers to circumvent the censors and log on to banned sites like Twitter, where the mood was ecstatic Friday night.

"We finally have our own Mandela and Aung San Suu Kyi," exclaimed @xieyi64.

"How come I feel today is the real National Day?" tweeted @joeliang, referring to the just-ended week-long holiday marking the 61st anniversary of the People's Republic.

Echoing their sentiment, many Twitterers -- based in China according to their profiles -- admitted they have cried in joy upon hearing the news.

Others expressed admiration for the Norwegian Nobel committee for its decision despite Beijing's stern public warning against it.

"Thanks for giving China a glimmer of hope," tweeted @Frankus21, while many more said they paid their tribute to the Scandinavian nation by eating a celebratory dinner featuring salmon, arguably Norway's most famous food.

With the news blackout there was also little criticism online of the Nobel award.

But some of the online enthusiasm has even spilled into the real world. A witness told CNN a small group of people gathered at Temple of Earth Park in Beijing to celebrate Liu's winning, only to be quickly dispersed by local police.

All the excitement aside, Chinese Internet users don't see their government loosening its grip on the media - old or new - anytime soon. They do hope, however, that their collective voice online will help push for Liu's early release.

Liu's wife, speaking to CNN after the announcement, certainly counts on these messengers to spread her husband's story.

"People who want to find out the news will be able to do so," Liu Xia told CNN under the watchful eyes of police in her apartment, when asked about China's censoring of the story.
2 回复 marnifan 2010-10-9 11:18
普通人,特别是海外普通的中国人,极少数同党一样,
您看到本村投票结果了吗?这村里大多数可是和党一致的
1 回复 kzhoulife 2010-10-9 11:20
marnifan: 普通人,特别是海外普通的中国人,极少数同党一样,
您看到本村投票结果了吗?这村里大多数可是和党一致的
呵呵,本村的人,都不普通啊!
2 回复 精诚所至 2010-10-9 11:21
你那多数人,少数人怎么得来的?信口胡编的?
有个投票结果可能你不会满意!
http://my.backchina.com/space-272009-do-poll-pid-3738.html
2 回复 marnifan 2010-10-9 11:24
kzhoulife: 呵呵,本村的人,都不普通啊!
看看,有人说您胡编了吧,现成的DATA摆在眼前呢
2 回复 黑山老猫 2010-10-9 11:28
marnifan: 看看,有人说您胡编了吧,现成的DATA摆在眼前呢
2 回复 kzhoulife 2010-10-9 11:33
精诚所至: 你那多数人,少数人怎么得来的?信口胡编的?
有个投票结果可能你不会满意!
http://my.backchina.com/space-272009-do-poll-pid-3738.html
我相信我周围的人,胜过网上的投票!
1 回复 kzhoulife 2010-10-9 11:36
marnifan: 看看,有人说您胡编了吧,现成的DATA摆在眼前呢
这种data有多少可信度,有多大科学性?
2 回复 snortbsd 2010-10-9 11:37
u and your gang are 中国人的耻辱 !!!!
2 回复 kzhoulife 2010-10-9 11:39
snortbsd: u and your gang are 中国人的耻辱 !!!!
这种素质,不配在此讲话!
1 回复 snortbsd 2010-10-9 11:40
kzhoulife: 这种素质,不配在此讲话!
hahhahah, 素质.....

guess you have no shame...
2 回复 kzhoulife 2010-10-9 11:43
snortbsd: hahhahah, 素质.....

guess you have no shame...
你讲话到很象你的头像!!!
2 回复 snortbsd 2010-10-9 11:46
kzhoulife: 你讲话到很象你的头像!!!
well, you are other way around...
2 回复 酸柚子 2010-10-9 12:35
kzhoulife: 这种data有多少可信度,有多大科学性?
有5分钱拿,当然会去投票。俺没钱拿,看见5毛贴,躲都躲不及呢。
1 回复 Junkkiller 2010-10-9 12:36
kzhoulife: 这种data有多少可信度,有多大科学性?
不是你想要的都没可信度
2 回复 木子行 2010-10-9 12:59
早安太阳: 我耳朵软,觉得你说的挺对的
2 回复 yulinw 2010-10-9 13:10
建议发姜瑜同志阅~~
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