【禁聞】央視3.15晚會 抓蒼蠅打不了老虎?

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【新唐人2014年03月18日訊】一年一度的《央視》「3.15晚會」,一向被大陸民眾視為「打假作秀晚會」,今年的「3•15晚會」,像往年一樣曝光了一些企業和產品。民眾認為,如今侵犯消費者合法權益的現象普遍存在,所謂的「消費者維權晚會」,只是打蒼蠅,打不了老虎

3月15號晚8點,《央視》舉行主題為「讓消費者更有尊嚴」的「3•15晚會」,曝光了一批傷害消費者利益的企業和產品。曝光的名單涉及網購、通信以及數碼產品等消費領域。

細觀歷年的「3•15晚會」,凡是被點名的企業和產品,如果沒有倒閉破產,也會損失慘重。因此,歷屆的晚會都備受公眾關注。

今年的「3•15晚會」,除了「尼康」D600相機拍照出現黑斑外,如「高鴻精密工業」製作的手機預裝惡意程序、及浙江杭州「廣琪貿易公司」銷售過期麵粉等,都上了「3•15晚會」的黑榜﹔而廣州互聯網技術公司「網易」的產品,被曝光涉嫌竊取用戶信息後,當時股價早盤開盤立即下跌達5%﹔「高鴻」遭曝光後,股價也下跌3.96%,資金淨流出5000多萬元。

3.15前夕,有大陸媒體刊發文章,對今年的3•15「黑榜」進行「預測」。認為電信騙局,以及「處處都是坑」的醫療保健等將有望上榜。

大陸評論人士喬志峰在媒體批評﹕「3•15晚會」是不是「隔牆扔磚頭」﹖他認為,「3•15晚會」只是當局選擇它需要的企業和產品進行曝光,沒被曝光的則是大多數。

他表示,以前有人說某些地方反腐敗就像是「隔牆扔磚頭」,砸到誰誰倒霉。而現在的消費者維權,又何嚐不像「隔牆扔磚頭」呢?甚麼3•15啦、各種各樣的大檢查都是磚頭,被砸到的垂頭喪氣,沒被砸到的洋洋得意。

北京時政觀察人士華頗認為,「3•15晚會」如果是隔空扔磚頭,那麼砸誰不砸誰,也都是事先有安排的。

北京時政觀察人士華頗:「真正有背景的那些權貴的那些企業,他們敢砸嗎?砸得到嗎?就像以前想砸腦白金,但是腦白金背景大,後來節目就取消了,砸蟻力神,但是蟻力神嵬然不倒,這就是因為,人家後邊有後臺,有人給它撐腰。」

震驚中外的「蟻力神事件」爆發於2007年11月。媒體曾報導,事件涉及113萬養殖戶,被騙金額超過200億。中國「惡俗小品王」趙本山,是「蟻力神」最重要的代言人,而已落馬的前中共重慶市委書記薄熙來,則是「蟻力神」的保護傘。

前山東大學教授孫文廣:「中國現在它有一些專門質檢的機構,質量檢查的機構它應該檢查這些食品,裡面含有哪些有害的物質,即時的進行一些懲罰,但是它沒有做到,因為有些企業對官員去行賄,採取不正當的方式繞過了這個監管。」

前山東大學教授孫文廣指出,中共官員官商勾結,一方面把一些有害民眾健康的產品放到市場上去,損害消費者權益,一方面又讓《央視》出面打假。

孫文廣:「《央視》它不是專業機構,它只是一個媒體而已,它現在當起裁判來了,說這個產品有害,說那個產品不行,不合格,我想給《央視》太多的權力,這個也是一種國家的悲哀。」

北京時政觀察人士華頗指出,當下的中國社會道德下滑,人們為了利益不擇手段,造成假貨遍地,侵犯消費者權益的現象普遍存在。

華頗:「這個3•15晚會,所謂說要消費者有尊嚴的生活,但是中國人整個都沒有尊嚴的生活,消費者有尊嚴的生活,就更無從談起。真正來講,3•15晚會是只打蒼蠅,打不了老虎。」

華頗還指出,《央視》本身就是造假機構,如今站在道德的至高點進行「打假」,說白了,所謂的「打假」早已成了商業鬥爭和利益輸送,打的是不合作的商家,對於那些唯利是圖的大老虎,則是睜一只眼,閉一只眼。

採訪編輯/李韻 後製/陳建銘

CCTV’s Consumer Rights Show Hits Flies, Not Tigers

The annual CCTV ‘3.15 Evening Show’ targeted counterfit products. This year the show again exposed defected products and the industries they came from.
Consumer rights violations in China is prevalent, and the evening show defending consumer’s rights was criticized as hitting the ‘fly’ (little corruption)
but not the ‘tiger’ (big corruption.)

This March 15, CCTV designated the show to building consumers’ dignity.
Industries and products that violate consumers’ rights were displayed, such as online shopping, telecommunications and digital products.

According to past experiences, companies and products exposed by the 3.15 Evening Show will either go bankrupt or experience heavy financial losses.

Therefore, the show has become an annual focus of the general public.

Exposed products were the Nikon D600 camera for its dark spots on photos; Kao Hong Precision Industry cellular phone installed with trojan spyware;
Hangzhou company selling expired flour. Guangzhou Internet Technology Company Netease stock fell 5 percent after its business was exposed for stealing users’ information;

Kao Hong stock also fell 3.96 percent and lost more than 50 million yuan in net capital.

Prior to the show, media predicted that the black list would include telecommunications and the healthcare system.

Commentator Qiao Zhifeng criticized the media: “The 3.15 Evening Show was just throwing bricks at a wall. The regime only exposed the industries and the products it intended to. The majority are still kept hidden."

He wrote, “People used to say the anti-corruption was like ‘throwing bricks at a wall.’ Those who got hit were unlucky. The consumer’s rights nowadays is also like ‘throwing bricks at a wall.’The 3.15 Evening Show and the official inspections are all bricks. Those that were smashed were dejected. Those who avoided being thrown were celebrating."

Beijing political analyst Hua Po believes the ‘bricks’ of the 3.15 Evening Show were arranged in advance.

Hua Po, Beijing political analyst: “They would not dare throw bricks at companies with elite backgrounds. Take Melatonin as an example. The program was canceled for intending to hit Melatonin. But, Melatonin’s background was huge.
They tried to hit Yilishen. But Yilishen stayed for a very long time. There was support behind these products."

The world shocking Yilishen scandal took place in November 2007. Media reported that 1.13 million farmers were involved who swindled 20 billion yuan from investors. Zhao Benshan, China’s most prominent comedian celebrity, endorsed the product, and former Chongqing Party Secretary Bo Xilai was Yilishen’s governmental endorsement.

Sun Wenguang, former Shandong University professor: “There are specialized inspection agencies in China dedicated to quality control and supervision. However, many industries bribe corrupt officials to bypass supervision."

Former Shandong University professor Sun Wenguang added that the CCP officials collude with businesses to place harmful products on the market.

They violate consumers’ rights but at the same time, order CCTV to crack down on fraudulent products.

Sun Wenguang: “CCTV is not a professional organization. It is just a media outlet. But now, it plays the referee to judge what’s harmful and what’s unqualified. A media outlet with so much power is indeed a tragedy in our country."

Beijing political analyst Hua Po indicates the moral decline in Chinese society has led to fake products and widespread violations of consumer rights
in China today.

Hua Po, Beijing political analyst: “This 3.15 Evening Show talked about consumer’s dignity, but the Chinese are living a life of no dignity, not to mention the consumer’s dignity. The whole show was only hitting flies, not tigers."

Hua Po also points out that CCTV is itself a false institution.

The so-called crackdown on fraudulent products have in fact become struggle in business and interest. Uncooperative businesses are cracked down on.
They just turn a blind eye to those mercenary tigers.

Interview & Edit/Liyun Post-Production/Chen Jianming

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