【禁聞】解聘「倒憲」教授楊曉青 習反擊江派

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【新唐人2013年06月24日訊】「人民大學」副教授楊曉青,上個月在中共理論性刊物《紅旗文稿》,登出一篇題為《憲政與人民民主制度之比較研究》的文章後,在中國社會掀起了「倒憲」與「挺憲」的辯論。這個為社會主義賣命的教授,最近被「人民大學」解聘了。為甚麼呢? 請看本臺記者的報導。

5月22號,楊曉青提出﹕「《憲政》的關鍵性元素和理念只屬於資本主義,而不屬於社會主義」。

日前,網傳楊曉青遭到「人民大學」解聘,民間普遍認為,楊曉青被解聘與她發表的這篇文章有關。不過,官方解釋,楊曉青一年期滿不再續聘,符合規定。

楊曉青的這篇文章發表後,大量被中共媒體轉發,同時,也迅速招來了中國學術界和輿論界的批判。

中國資深法學專家趙遠明指出,儘管中共幾十年來一直沒法可依,或有法不依,但是在江澤民執政期間,將中國法律破壞到不可復加的地步,引發的社會矛盾激化到極點,已經危及到中共的統治,習近平上臺後,希望用「憲政夢」之說來挽回後果。趙遠明認為,解聘楊曉青,是習近平反擊江派的開始。

中國資深法學專家趙遠明:「跟習近平叫板,作為一個教授,實際上是江派的一個爪牙,江派5月這種逆流,是完全針對習近平的,所以我覺得,以後不管是楊曉青,還有其他的媒體,都會遭到習近平的整肅。」

網友留言說: 想投機,卻成了替罪羊。

另外,時政評論家藍述認為,中國經濟處在大崩潰的前夕,社會矛盾急劇惡化,中共內部改革派和左派之間的鬥爭,如果繼續公開化,會加速中共的解體,因此中共高層急忙出來平息這種激烈的交鋒。

時政評論家藍述:「因為這樣公開交鋒等於昭告所有的人,中共分裂了,所以在這種情況下,中共高層處理公開出來叫罵另外一派的,就不奇怪了,主要原因還是要平息兩派之間的公開紛爭,至少在公開場合還能保持黨的統一這麼一個形象。」

中國社科院近代史研究員馬勇告訴《新唐人》,楊曉青在06年批「北京大學」法學院教授賀衛方時,就是這種思路。馬勇認為,楊曉青太封閉自己,恐怕至死也不能解除馬列的毒素。

中國社科院近代史研究員馬勇:「她接受的教育,和她所從事的東西,那就在那裏面被誤導了,就類似這種堅持。他到死了都沒有覺悟過來,可以同情他,但是可以不理解,到了21世紀,民主憲政,3歲小孩都知道是個好東西,不論體制外的、體制內的,都不會去這樣談論,社會主義是不能有民主的。」

《九評共產黨》指出,在中共的歷史上,中共利用農民為其搶佔地主土地,最後農民成為三等公民,利用工人為其奪取資本家財產,最終成為下崗遊民,甚至中共的創始人及領導者,無不被中共迫害致死。而,只有最邪惡,能夠給予中共能量的才能和中共彼此利用。

曾經在「人民大學」工作近十年的博客作者周亞輝撰文說,在「人民大學」像楊曉青這樣的教師,至少有上千人。他還表示,1950年左右,「人民大學」在北京成立時,目地是培訓中共幹部,它本來就是中共用馬列主義等思想,毒害中共幹部的販毒基地。

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Why Professor Yang of Renmin University get Fired?

Last month, Yang Xiaoqing, an associate professor
at China’s Renmin University,
published an article in Hong Qi Wen Gao, an internal
magazine of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
The article is titled “Comparison between Constitutional
Governance and Socialistic People’s Democracy”.
This has led to a wide discussion among Chinese about
whether to support or deny constitutionalism.
However, the author who devoted herself to supporting
socialistic regime was recently fired by Renmin University.

On May 22nd, Yang Xiaoqing’s article
was published online.
It said: “The key institutional elements of constitutionalism
only fit capitalist countries and do not fit socialist countries”.

Days ago, news of professor Yang Xiaoqing being fired
by Renmin University has been spreading on the internet.
It’s widely believed that this is directly related
to her article on the constitutional system.
On the other hand, the official announcement claimed that

Yang’s one-year contract had reached it’s end,
and the decision was only a regular one.

After being published, Yang’s article had been reprinted
by the CCP’s mouthpiece media on a large scale.
At the same time, it has received heavy criticism by
scholars and other media.

Senior legal expert Zhao Yuanming says that in the past
several decades the CCP never really abided by the law.
During Jiang Zemin’s rule, China’s legal system
was further destroyed to an absurd extent.
The consequential social conflicts have become so intense
that the CCP’s governance has been threatened.
After Xi Jinping took power, he attempted to save the
situation by presenting “a dream of constitutionalism”.
Zhao believes that firing Yang Xiaoqing was an initial step
of striking back at Jiang’s group by Xi.

Zhao Yuanming: ”As a professor, Yang dared to
publicly oppose Xi Jinping’s route because she was a follower of Jiang Zemin.
The acts taken by Jiang’s group in May were completely
directed against Xi.
Therefore I think either Yang and her like, or other
media that attacked the constitutional system
will face purging by Xi in the recent future.”

Some Chinese netizens have said that Yang wanted to
speculate politically, but ended up a scapegoat.

Political commentator Lan Shu says that
with China’s economy on the verge of collapse,
social conflicts are being rapidly intensified.
In such a situation, if power struggles between the CCP’s
reformist faction and leftist faction is further made public,
the collapse of the regime will come even earlier.

Accordingly, CCP leaders want to hastily quell
the fierce battle.

Lan Shu: “Openly battling equates to announcing
the split of the party to everyone.
So it’s not strange to see any party leader
punishing those who attacked the other group publicly.
They not to openly have battles between the two factions.

They want to at least maintain the Party’s image of
cohesion and unity in public.”

Ma Yong, a researcher at the Chinese Academy of
Social Sciences, told NTD that back in 2006 Yang Xiaoqing
had presented the same theory to criticize He Xiaofang,
a law professor at Peking University.
Ma says Yang closed her self off too much and might
never get rid of the poison of Marxism from her mind.

Ma Yong: ”Her mind has been misdirected by
the education she received and her job,
which leads to her insistence in Marxist theory.

Maybe she won’t be able to realize the mistake until death,
which is really both pitiable and absurd.
In the 21st century, even children know that
the constitutional system is a good thing.
No matter whether inside or outside the regime, nobody will
say ‘the constitutional system doesn’t fit socialism’ any more.”

The Epoch Times’ Nine Commentaries on
the Communist Party points out that,
in the past, peasants were deceived by
the CCP to grab land from landlords,
but were treated as inferior citizens in the end;

workers were deceived to grab the wealth of capitalists,
but ended up the jobless class.
Many of the CCP’s founders and leaders
have even been persecuted to death by the party.
Only the most evil ones can strengthen the CCP’s ability
to survive and take what they need from the party.

Zhou Yahui is a blogger who worked at
Renmin University for ten years.
Zhou says that at Renmin University there are at least
several thousand teachers who think like Yang Xiaoqing.
Zhou also says that when Renmin University was founded
around 1950 in Beijing, its initial goal was to train CCP cadres,
so since it’s beginning it has been a base for the CCP
to contaminate people’s minds with Marxist ideology.

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