Chinese People Worried That The “Cultural Revolution” Is Back


Publicado el 21/09/2013

File:Destroy the old world Cultural Revolution poster.png

Recently, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) media
continuously claimed that it absolutely did not allow
any slandering words to attack the CCP and the regime.

The CCP promotes Marxism ideology again, vowing to use
the pen as weapon and write articles effectively.

Commentators believe that this move precisely shows the true
purpose of the current cracking down of online expressions.
The CCP openly turns to the “left”.
It likely a new “Rectification
Movement” and “Cultural Revolution” will be carried out soon.

On Sept. 16, CCP’s Qiushi magazine published an article
from view of netizens.

It said online expression is like the “cultural revolution’s big-
character posters”, which spread wider, faster and are dangerous.

Researchers of CCP history pointed out that “cultural revolution
big-character posters” can’t compare with online public opinion.

The online public opinion reflects peoples’ minds.

Zhong Weiguang, Germany-based expert on totalitarianism:
“The Red Guard big-character posters were then directly
controlled, influenced and operated by CCP central regime.

Among many posters, a small number reflected peoples’ true
voices, who took the opportunity to complaint about the CCP.

However, today, many online expressions
are peoples’ initiatives and opinions.”
Shi Ping, writer of the article in Qiushi magazine said that
people are always discontent with the regime.
The Internet is full of criticism and negative news.

What people have excessively criticized
about the regime, are not facts

People believe that online negative news is caused by the
regime’s long-term perverse acts.
People have the right to express their anger.

Zhong Weiguang: “If the regime can prove they are right,
they shouldn’t be afraid of people commenting on that issue.
If the CCP had real achievement, it shouldn’t be worried about
the public monitoring them and free expression.
In the West, people live in the standard society and know if a
government had achievement, it will never be afraid of its citizens.
If a government has legitimacy, then it has no fear of being criticized.”

The CCP’s article strongly supports judiciary interpretation
about measures of online expression crimes.

The editor claimed that the Internet legislation is
following the public will.

Online expression must be controlled.

It absolutely can’t ignore the “hostile forces”, which
using the social network to “destroy China”.

Zhong Weiguang: “The CCP has always been under banner
of public opinion against the people.
In China, the regime is a lie producer, including those
who control the internet.
Those lie producers, use lies to rule people.
They know the people need the truth, justice,
freedom of expression, and exposing corruption.”

People’s Daily has published a lengthy article
written by its director, Zhang Yannong.

Zhang cited Lenin’s article of 1905: “Party newspaper is part
of Party’s career, It can’t be push outside of the party for a minute.”

Zhang claimed that the opinion of “People are above the party”
is to deny the CCP’s leadership.
It attempts to get rid of the CCP’s leadership from
the media industry.

Zhong Weiguang: “The one-party dictatorship is above all,
So it definitely can not represent the people.
If CCP represents people, it shouldn’t fear whether people’s
Thoughts are the same or different to that of the party.”

Zhong Weiguang pointed out that the CCP has ruled
China for several decades.
It relies on one-party dictatorship ideology to run the country.
Any thoughts or expression against the CCP will be suppressed.
The CCP has felt great threats, thus the brutal suppression has
increasingly intensified.
Now the CCP promoted Leftist ideology again reflecting its fear.
To maintain its power, the “Cultural Revolution” may occur again.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cultural_Revolution

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Ai Weiwei – Dumbass (Explicit)


Music video for Dumbass by Ai Weiwei. Song by Ai Weiwei with music by Zuoxiao Zuzhou. Cinematography by Christopher Doyle. © 2013 Ai Weiwei.

From the forthcoming album, The Divine Comedy, everywhere June 22, 2013.

Download Single + Video: http://aiweiwei.com/music/dumbass

Dumbass (Explicit Lyrics)

Ai Weiwei
Ai Weiwei

When you’re ready to strike, he mumbles about non-violence.
When you pinch his ear, he says it’s no cure for diarrhea.
You say you’re a mother-fucker, he claims he’s invincible.
You say you’re a mother-fucker, he claims he’s invincible.
Fuck forgiveness, tolerance be damned, to hell with manners, the low-life’s invincible.
Fuck forgiveness, tolerance be damned, to hell with manners, the low-life’s invincible.
Oh dumbass, oh such dumbass! Oh dumbass, oh such dumbass!
Oh dumbass, oh such dumbass! Oh dumbass, oh such dumbass!
Lalalalala, lalalalala Lalalalala, lalalalala
Lalalalala, lalalalala Lalalalala, lalalalala

Stand on the frontline like a dumbass, in a country that puts out like a hooker.
The field’s full of fuckers, dumbasses are everywhere.
The field’s full of fuckers, dumbasses are everywhere.
Fuck forgiveness, tolerance be damned, to hell with manners, the low-life’s invincible.
You say you’re a mother-fucker, he claims he’s invincible.
You say you’re a mother-fucker, he claims he’s invincible.
The field is full of fuckers, dumbasses are everywhere.
The field’s full of fuckers, dumbasses are everywhere.

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当你要出击,他嘟囔非暴力,
你拧他的耳朵,他说这样不治拉稀。
你说你马勒隔壁,他说他天下无敌。
你说你马勒隔壁,他说他天下无敌。

宽恕你大爷,容忍你妈逼,
素质你妹耶,至贱则无敌。
宽恕你大爷,容忍你妈逼,
素质你妹耶,至贱则无敌。
傻伯夷啊傻伯夷,傻伯夷啊傻伯夷,
傻伯夷啊傻伯夷,傻伯夷啊傻伯夷,
啦啦啦啦啦,啦啦啦啦啦。啦啦啦啦啦,啦啦啦啦啦。
啦啦啦啦啦,啦啦啦啦啦。啦啦啦啦啦,啦啦啦啦啦。

像一个傻逼一样站出来,国家就是一只鸡啊
菊花开遍原野,哪哪儿都是傻逼。
菊花开遍原野,哪哪儿啊都是傻逼。
宽恕你大爷,容忍你妈逼,
素质你妹耶,至贱则无敌。
你说你马勒隔壁,他说他天下无敌。
你说你马勒隔壁,他说他天下无敌。
菊花开遍原野,哪哪儿都是傻逼。
菊花开遍原野,哪哪儿啊都是傻逼。

Transcending Fear: The Story of Gao Zhisheng (Opening)


Born in a cave with only stars to tell time, Gao Zhisheng overcomes incredible odds to become one of China’s top attorneys. The people call him “the Conscience of China”. But then, in the eyes of the Communist Party, his pursuit of justice goes too far.

After speaking out against taboo human rights abuses, Gao is abducted and tortured. Secret police hold his wife and children hostage.

In a heart-wrenching dilemma, Gao is forced to choose between his lifelong quest for justice and his love for his family.

A story of cruelty, courage and compassion, this film is a must-see for anyone wishing to understand the tensions bubbling below the surface of today’s China, or to meet one of the most noble freedom fighters of our time.

Transcending Fear: The Story of Gao Zhisheng (Opening) from Wenjing Ma on Vimeo.

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权利运动Human Rights Campaign in China


权利运动是由一批活跃在中国人权前线的活动者于2008年建立的一个根植于基层社区的人权倡导组织,我们的目的是通过行动保护社会底层百姓的最基本人权和尊严并促进社会的公平与公正。HRCC is a Community based organization initiated by a group of rights activists operating human rights advocacy on the front lines across China in 2008, we aim to protect the fundamental rights and dignity of China’s poor and promote a just and fair society.

The Human Rights Campaign in China(HRCC) was founded in October of 2008. Its founders were volunteers who had come together from a variety of different fields to advocate on behalf of individuals at the lowest rungs of Chinese society who lack the political and social power to defend themselves. Its members operate on the front lines of human rights advocacy in China, and in the process have undergone secret abduction, illegal detention, physical abuse and unjust prison sentences.

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Liberation Technology in Authoritarian Regimes


Program on Liberation Technology

This two day conference will examine the use of information and communication technologies (ICTs) to expand freedom and generate more pluralistic flows of ideas and information in authoritarian contexts. Through presentation of papers and panel sessions, three key themes will be explored:

  • How individuals in authoritarian countries are using liberation technologies (particularly the internet and mobile phones) to expand pluralism and freedom.
  • How authoritarian states are censoring, constraining, monitoring, and punishing the use of ICT for that purpose.
  • How citizens and groups can circumvent authoritarian censorship and control of these technologies.

Discussion will focus on these challenges generally and also specific developments in countries such as China, Iran, Cuba, Burma, and North Korea, as well as Russia and selected Arab authoritarian regimes.

The conference is sponsored by the Program on Liberation Technology at the Center on Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law at Stanford, in cooperation with the Hoover Institution.

 

DOWNLOAD: PDF: http://iis-db.stanford.edu/evnts/6349/MacKinnon_Libtech.pdf

Networked Authoritarianism in China and Beyond:
Implications for global Internet freedom

DOWNLOAD: PDF: http://iis-db.stanford.edu/evnts/6349/2010-10_Nicole_Wong_Stanford_Liberation_Technology.pdf

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