【禁闻】港学者论证马列之非 中共闷声

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【新唐人2011年8月10日讯】香港历史学家徐泽荣写文章,触动中共政府神经已经不是第一次,他就因为撰文揭露中共的一个历史谎言,被判入狱13年。不过他在狱中也没闲着,写成了另外一本倡导中国放弃马克思主义的《马克思主义劳动价值说正非二十义》(The Misconception and Miscreation of Marxism, 1859-2009)。但这次,中共竟然默许他把这二十二卷的书带出了监狱。

徐泽荣在香港接受《法国国际广播电台》采访时表示,当局把书发还,让他带出监狱重见天日,这表明中央也认为他的学说言之成理,他相信中共高层愿意放弃“马克思主义”。因此,他已经决定根据这个学说,建议人大常委在中国共产党章程中剔除“马克思主义”和放弃毛泽东思想。

2001年1月,中共当局以“为境外非法提供国家秘密及非法经营罪”判徐泽荣入狱13年,因为他在2000年6月的香港《亚洲周刊》发表题为《马共秘密电台湖南曝光》的文章,揭露中共曾在1967年协助马来西亚共党,在湖南益阳秘密设立“马来亚革命之声广播电台”,因此证明,中共声称所谓“没有介入其他共产党”的说法,不正确。

徐泽荣这篇文章发表后,被国安人员拘捕。入狱四年后,监狱让他啃书写东西,他便开始思考马克思主义的“劳动价值说”,这一写又是四五年。

徐泽荣说,他发现,被一般学者认为不容置疑的“马克思主义”两项基本公理,实际上是不成立的。一是“劳动时数决定交换价值”,其次是“效用序数决定交换价值”。

徐泽荣说,既然“马学元论”不成立,“剩余价值说”不成立,“无产阶级”也不成立。

评论员蓝述:“越来越多的学者,和中国社会的各个层面,从不同角度确实认识到马克思主义它是一个不可行的东西。马克思主义最根本的一个东西,就是它是反人性的。”

徐泽荣为了日后可以把这套狱中学说带出牢笼,要求狱方将他的学说上书中央,他宁愿自动损失一次减刑半年的机会,以换取狱方在09年6月为他上书。不过,更令人意想不到的是,中央2010年2月发还书籍,默许他可以将这套二十二卷的书带出。

当年论证中共在历史上的谎言,换来了十几年铁窗生涯,如今论证中共根本信仰--马克思主义基本公理不成立,竟然平安无事?

评论员蓝述表示,中共当局在一定程度首肯他可以把这本书出版,深层原因是中共对马列主义的放弃并不是今天才开始的。

蓝述:“邓小平当年已经讲了,最重要是坚持社会主义道路和党的领导。当时实际上邓小平把中国的大门向西方打开之后,他就已经意识到马列主义行不通了,必须放弃。中共今天实际上要比邓小平走的要远的多的多。中共今天它所做的一切,只是维护这四个坚持里面的最后一个坚持,就是坚持党的领导,它并不介意抛弃马列主义。”

徐泽荣虽然坐满了牢,但仍坚持案子是错判,他表示会向检察院要求翻案。

新唐人记者周玉林、尚燕、吴慧真采访报导。

Book Advocates Abandoning Marxism-Leninism

It’s not the first time that Hong Konger historian Xu Zerong’s
writings had angered the Communist Party (CCP) .
He was put in prison for 13 years for revealing a CCP’s lie.

But he kept himself busy while in prison and wrote the book,
“The Misconception and Miscreation of Marxism, 1859-2009,”
urging China to abandon Marxism.

And the CCP even tacitly allowed him to leave the prison
with the book.

During an interview with Radio France Internationale,
Xu said the officials gave him back the book, and let him go.
He thinks the central government sees his ideas as justified.

He believes the CCP’s top leaders
are willing to abandon Marxism.
He had decided to suggest the Standing Committee to remove
Marxism and Mao Zedong’s theories from CCP’s constitution.

In January 2001, the CCP put Xu in prison for 13 years for
“illegally providing state secrets to foreign entities.”
He wrote an article for Hong Kong’s Asiaweek in June 2006.

His article, “Malaysian Communist radio in Hunan,” revealed

that CCP aided Malaysian Communists in 1967, by secretly
setting up “Radio Voice of Malayan Revolution” in Hunan.
That proved the CCP’s claim of
“not joining other communist movements” to be inaccurate.

Police arrested Xu and put him in prison, due to this article.

After 4 years, the prison allowed him to read and write.
He spent the next 4 years on Marxism’s Labor theory of value.
Xu said, the 2 basic Marxist axioms thought to be
truth by common scholars do not stand.
One of them is labor time equates worth;
the other is ordinal utility equates worth.

Xu believes, since these axioms do not stand,

then “Theory of Surplus Value”
and “proletariat/class struggle” do not stand either.
Commentator Lan Shu, “More and more scholars and all levels
of society recognize that Marxism does not work.
The fundamentals of Marxism are against human nature.

In order to take the book with him,
Xu submitted his writing to the central government.
He risked losing his chance of a 6-month commutation
as an exchange to submit his writing in June of 2009.
But surprisingly, the government returned
his book in February of 2010,
and quietly allowed him to leave the prison with his writing.

He was sent to prison for more than 10 years for
exposing the CCP’s lies.
Yet he’s unharmed this time for
exposing the fundamental falsehoods of Marxism?

Lan Shu believes the CCP started to lose faith in Marxism
a long time ago.
And to a certain degree, the CCP agrees with Ma.

Lan Shu: “Deng Xiaoping once said, Chinese must persist
in following socialism and following the CCP’s lead.
But when Deng opened the gate to the West,
he knew Marxism didn’t work, and should be abandoned.
What the CCP does today is much further than Deng did.

What the CCP holds on to is
the last of the “four persistences,”
which is persistence in the rule of one party.
the CCP doesn’t mind abandoning Marxism.”

Albeit being in prison for his entire jail term,
Xu insists that the sentence was wrong and he will appeal.

NTD reporters Zhou Yulin, Shang Yan and Wu Huizhen

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