【禁聞】網絡發起七一反共節 全民「倒共」

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【新唐人2014年07月04日訊】7月1號,是中共所謂的「建黨日」。中共海外喉舌《環球時報》刊文,為中共唱讚歌。不過,這一天,香港上百萬人走上街頭,高呼「打倒中國共產黨」﹔還有網絡人士在網上發起「七一反共節」,呼籲以各種方式全民「倒共」。這一天同時也是「全球退黨日」,已有近1億7千萬中國人選擇了拋棄了中共惡黨。下面請看報導。

7月1號,《環球時報》發文說,中共93年來漸入所謂「執政佳境」,號稱8千萬黨員「滲入」中國社會各個階層,與國家和人民「同命運」,還說所謂「祝黨好,就是祝國家和人民好。」

時事評論員任百鳴:「為了保持(中共)自己的生存,故意的就把中共邪惡的黨和我們這個5千年文化的民族、國家它進行一種捆綁。叫你黨、國不分,愛黨就是要愛國,你反對共產黨,你就是反對中國,你就是非法、你就是賣國賊。」

時事評論員任百鳴表示,越來越多的中國人在思想上,已經從中共的暴力恐懼中擺脫出來,特別是中共當局對香港發表《白皮書》之後,近80萬港人以公投方式,反對中共的管制,還有超過100萬人上街遊行,向中共說「不」。任百鳴認為,這不僅震懾了中共內部,對整個國際社會也是一種喚醒。

7月1號,香港大遊行中,一位香港抗議人士在接受媒體採訪時,舉起自製的標語「不要共產港」。

另一位香港抗議人士站在平臺上,喊出了香港人內心中真切的五個字:「打倒共產黨」。

北京維權人士胡佳:「我覺得他說的真的是肺腑之言,真的就說在這個國家,只要是共產黨統治,它就不會有民主、法治、自由和人權,就會永無休止去痛苦。」

北京維權人士胡佳表示,「共產」實際上是暴政的代名詞,只要共產黨當道,香港不會有真普選,中國不會有自由。一切變好的基礎就是香港人不要「共產港」,中國人不要「共產國」,結束中共一黨專政。

一位名叫「劉無荻」的網絡人士,在網絡上發起「7.1反共節」燒匪旗活動,並特別製作「倒共」短片作為邪黨的生日禮物、與「7.1獻禮」。他呼籲民眾以自己的方式「全民倒共」。

網絡人士劉無荻:「我覺得很有意義,這是一種對這專制強權的一種蔑視,(雖然)這種言論表達看起來很弱,但能夠協調人心,讓大家都知道你不是被恐懼壓倒的,或者是不敢發出自己真實的聲音。這要有一點反對的聲音,而且我認為這種聲音會越來越大。」

網絡人士劉無荻表示,7月1號很特別,這一天,當年楊佳因反抗不公殺了警察﹔中共也在這天推行「綠霸」,企圖控制個人計算機,過濾信息,引發抗議﹔而中共把所謂的「建黨」當作一個慶典,但對人民來講,會作為譴責中共的一個日子來紀念。

2004年11月,美國中文媒體《大紀元時報》發表社論《九評共產黨》,引發全球華人的退黨大潮,7月1號,成為「全球退黨日」。至今,已有將近一億七千萬海內外華人,公開聲明退出中共的黨、團、隊組織,擺脫中共。

成都維權人士陳雲飛:「如果為了黨派利益、為了個人利益、為了家族利益,他不超越這個東西,他一樣會走上絕路,所以這些人的退黨就是徹底的擺脫、一種唾棄。」

成都維權人士陳雲飛表示,中共獨裁所謂的「執政佳境」,實質上是最後的迴光返照。

時事評論員任百鳴也表示,作為中國人,只有從內心、精神上對天莊嚴宣佈「三退」,才能真正脫離中共,達到心靈的真正救贖。而當這種巨大正義力量形成之時,就是中共執政土崩瓦解之日。

採訪編輯/易如 後製/陳建銘

The New Meaning of July 1: Down with the CCP

July 1 is the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) founding day.

While on this day the CCP English mouthpiece Global Times
published articles praising the CCP, millions of Hong Kong
citizens took to the street, shouting “Down with the CCP.”

At the same time, many Chinese netizens
dubbed July 1 Anti-Communism Day.
Some are also calling it World Quit the CCP Day,
with nearly 170 million Chinese people
having chosen to abandon the CCP by this day.

The following is our report.

On July 1, Global Times published articles claiming that
the CCP is entering the “best period” in its 93 years of history,
with 80 million party members “penetrating” all sectors
of society, sharing the same fate with the state and the people.
It also boasted, “Wishing the best to the party
is wishing the best to the state and the people.”

Ren Baiming, current affairs commentator: “In order to secure
its own survival, the evil CCP deliberately ties itself to
the 5,000 year culture of our people, our nation, into a bundle.

It tries to confuse the difference between the party and the state.
It claims that loving the party is being patriotic.
It tells you that if you oppose the party, you oppose China,
and what you do is illegal and you are a traitor.”

Ren Baiming says that more and more Chinese have
ideologically emerged from the fear and terror of the CCP.
In particular, the white paper on Hong Kong has triggered
nearly 800,000 Hong Kongers to do an unofficial referendum,
showing their objection to the control of the CCP.

More than half a million people also took to the streets to say
no to the CCP.
Ren Baiming says these things shock the CCP
and send a wake up call to the international community.

In the demonstration on July 1, a protestor held up his sign
that read “No CCP in Hong Kong” while being interviewed.

Another Hong Kong protester stood on the platform,
and shouted the heartfelt words of the Hong Kong protesters:
“Down with the Communist Party.”

Hu Jia, Beijing activist: “I believe those words are heartfelt.

It is so true that under Communist rule, there is no democracy,
rule of law, freedom or human rights, but only endless pain.”

Hu Jia says Communism is actually synonymous with tyranny;
With the Communist Party in power, there will be no genuine
universal suffrage in Hong Kong, or freedom in China.

Hu says the foundation of all of this changing for the better
is Hong Kongers and all Chinese people rejecting
the Communist dictatorship, and that is when faces its end.

Netizen Liu Wudi proposed that on July 1 Anti-Communist Day,
people “make their own ‘Down with the CCP’ video, burning
the bandit flag as a birthday present to the CCP.”
Liu has also called on people to participate
in the Anti-Communist Day in their own ways.

Liu Wudi, Chinse netizen: “I think it is a significant act
to oppose this autocratic power.
This type of expression might seem weak,
but it will harmonize people’s hearts, help people
find their true voices, and realize the terror will not prevail.

I believe this voice of resistance will get stronger and stronger.”

Liu Wudi says that July 1 is a very special day.

On this day, Yang Jia killed six police after facing injustice;
the CCP launched “Green Dam” content-control software
in an attempt to control and filter information but met protests;
and as the CCP “celebrates” its “founding”,
the people condemn the CCP.

In November 2004, The Epoch Times editorial “Nine
Commentaries on the Communist Party” triggered a global tide
of Chinese people quitting the CCP, and July 1
has thus become “Global Quit the CCP Day.”
To date, over 170 million Chinese both in China and abroad
have publicly denounced the CCP
and its associated organizations.

Yunfei Chen, activist in Chengdu city, Sichuan province:
“Sticking with the CCP is surely a dead end.
For the interests of the partisan, individual and the family,
one must completely get rid of the control of the CCP
by quitting it and casting it aside.”

Chen Yunfei says the CCP regime’s so-called “best period”
of rule is essentially its last struggle before its demise.

Ren Baiming says that only when the Chinese solemnly
declare to quit the CCP organizations with their heart and spirit
will they gain true redemption of the soul.

Ren says that when such a righteous force justice has formed,
that will be the day the CCP crumbles.

Interview & Edit/YiRu Post-Production/Chen Jianming

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