【禁闻】军报重申效忠中央 胡施压江派

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【新唐人2012年3月29日讯】在中共主席胡锦涛出国参加韩国首尔“第二届核安全峰会”的第二天,《解放军报》刊登文章,要求军队无条件服从党,评论家指出,这是胡锦涛向周永康和江派施加压力,但来自民间的声音则认为,军队介入政治没有任何好处。

27号《解放军报》在第七版刊登《高度自觉地讲政治顾大局守纪律》的文章,要求“在世情、国情、党情发生深刻变化的新形势下……确保部队任何时候任何情况下都坚决听从党中央、中央军委和胡主席指挥。”

海外网络作家夏小强认为,文章所指的“世情国情党情发生变化”,可以解读为以薄熙来、周永康为代表的江派势力,以“政法委”为大本营,拥兵自重,另立“中央”,对胡、温中央造成了致命的威胁。

而就在胡锦涛出访期间,军队通过《解放军报》来表示效忠姿态, 时事评论员伍凡指出,这里包涵对内和对外两方面含义。

伍凡:“这就是要把这些军队的力量,过去跟江泽民走的,现在要全部倒过来,跟胡锦涛走。这是一个,他对内部的。对外,是对谁呢?就对着他的对手。他的对手是谁呢?应该是武警,公安,以及周永康,薄熙来这些人。在周永康已经被控制的状况下,给他施加一份精神压力。”

最近几天“军报”密集“ 发声”,要求维持部队及政治稳定。之前还发出5篇系列评论,解读胡锦涛在十一届全国人大五次会议上对解放军代表团的讲话,强调“坚决抵制军队国家化”、“意识形态领域斗争尖锐复杂”、“保持部队自身安全稳定”等等,外界认为,这透露出胡锦涛对军队的掌控正日益加强。

在薄熙来下台引发中共高层权斗激化之后,“与党中央保持一致”已成为中共政坛的“流行语”。但民间对这一动向也出现很多不同意的声音,著名经济学家发微博表示“军队”,警察,这些有武器在手的机构,如果掌握在某个党派手里,看似对掌权者有利。其实搞得不好也会伤著自己。这样的例子中外古今多不胜举。

原《河北人民广播电台》编辑朱欣欣认为,中共如果要推行温家宝提议的政治改革,军队不应当介入政治纷争。

朱欣欣:“军队应当首先保持中立化,不要介入到政治纷争去,任何一党一派不要利用这个军队和警察来介入政治斗争。党派之间的政治斗争要限定在法制和民主程序的范围之内。”

伍凡指出,中共权斗中把军队作为政治工具,但解决不了中国的问题。

伍凡:“中国问题不是靠军队,拿着当做政治工具,来解决中国问题吗?能解决社会矛盾吗?经济矛盾吗?以及中国的生产力下滑这些的,根本解决不了,也是共产党自己本身解决不了的,要另外一条路走,没有共产党,才能解决中国的问题。”

27号的文章还说,今年秋天中共十八大前,意识形态领域的斗争会更加尖锐复杂,因此,反复强调要绝对听从“党中央、中央军委和胡主席”的命令。在十八大胡锦涛面临卸任的时候,官方的这些舆论风向引起外界关于胡锦涛十八大后不会“裸退”的猜测,越来越浓厚。

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Hu Puts Pressure on the Jiang Faction

On the second day of Chinese President Hu Jintao’’s
participation in the second Nuclear Security Summit in Seoul,
People’s Liberation Army Daily in China published an article
asking armed forces to unconditionally obey the party.
Commentators believe this is Hu Jintao putting pressure
on Zhou Yongkang and the Jiang faction.
Others believe it serves no benefit for the military
to get involved in politics.

In the 27th Liberation Army Daily article entitled, “high degree
of awareness about the overall political situation and discipline,"
it states, “under the new and profound changes in the world,
the country, and the party….(we need) to ensure the military
forces resolutely obey the Central Military Commission and
Chairman Hu at any time under any circumstances.”

Overseas Internet writer Xia Xiaoqiang believes the “changes
in the world, the country, and the party" in the article refers to the Jiang faction,
represented by Bo Xilai and Zhou Yongkang,
occupying Politics and Law Committee headquarters and
possessing separate “Central’ military power which
could pose as a deadly threat to both Hu and Wen.

“During Hu’s visit in Seoul, the army displayed their
allegiance via the “Liberation Army Daily," noted Wu Fan,
a political commentator, “which presents both internal
and external meanings."

Wu Fan: “To convert the military power from following
Jiang Zemin in the past to obeying Hu Jintao now is the internal.
As for the external, it’s against his opponent.

His opponents are the armed police, the public security,
and people like Zhou Yongkang and Bo Xilai.
Zhou Yongkang is now being controlled, and this serves
a mental stress."

The army newspaper recently intensified their requirement
for maintaining stability in forces and politics.
Five series of comments interpreting Hu Jintao’s speech
to the PLA delegation on the Fifth Session of the 11th National People’s Congress were published,
emphasizing to “resolutely resist the nationalization of
the military and sharp struggle of ideology," “keep the forces secure and stabile," and so on.
People believe that it reveals Hu Jintao’s increasing control
over the armed forces.

Bo Xilai’s stepping down has intensified infighting
within CCP leadership.
“Comply with the CCP Central" has become the “buzz-phrase"
in the Chinese Communist political arena.
People are reacting differently to this phenomenon.

The well-known economist Mao Yushi wrote a microblog
stating that the army and police are agencies with weapons,
therefore it seems beneficial to control them in a political
struggle for power within the party.
In fact, they could also get hurt if not done properly.

Former Hebei People’s Radio Editor, Zhu Xinxin,
does not believe the army should intervene in political disputes
if the CCP is to implement Wen Jiabao’s political reforms
proposal.

Zhu Xinxin : “The armed forces should be the first
to remain neutral, and not get involved in political disputes.
No party should use the army and police to intervene
in a political struggle.
Political struggles between the parties should be limited
within the scope of the legal system and democratic process."

Wu Fan indicated that using army as a political tool in the
Chinese Communist power struggle can’t solve China’s problems.

Wu Fan : “China’s problems can not be solved
by using the army as a political tool.
Can the army resolve social conflicts, economic conflicts,
or the declining productivity in China? Absolutely not.
Even the Communist Party itself can not resolve
China’s problems.
There is only one way to go, only eliminating
the Communist Party can solve China’s problems."

The PLA Daily article on the 27th also said that before the 18th
National Congress of the Communist Party, the struggle in ideology will become more acute and complex.
Therefore, it was repeatedly stressed to absolutely obey
the command of the CCP Central Committee and Central Military Commission and Chairman Hu."
Facing retirement at the 18th National Congress, Hu Jintao’s
whereabouts after his retirement has caused much speculation by the outside world.

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