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【新唐人2013年10月14日讯】中共新闻单位2014年将换发新版记者证。要得到新版记者证的中国新闻采编人员,必须接受进一步的所谓培训和考核。培训中,记者们必须学习、通过所谓“中国特色社会主义”、“马克思主义新闻观”等考试。有评论认为,此举凸显了中共当局决意收紧对媒体的箝制。这给希望新闻自由、开放的媒体工作者,当头浇了一盆冷水。

《中国记者网》日前发布《关于开展新闻采编人员岗位培训的通知》。中共当局决定在2014年统一换发新版新闻记者证之前,对全中国新闻单位的采编人员,开展岗位培训和考核。培训内容包括“中国特色社会主义”、“马克思主义新闻观”、“新闻伦理”等6个专题,和主要新闻法规规章,以及新闻单位管理规范等。

《通知》要求各单位于今年10月至12月自行组织安排培训,2014年1月至2月,新闻出版广电总局,和各省市新闻出版局、广播影视局将分别组织考试。

而从今年8月底开始,中共大势抓捕网络敢言人士和敢言记者。 《北京日报》9月3号发表题为“意识形态领域阵地决不能丢”的文章强调,互联网已经成为今天意识形态斗争的主战场,能不能保持中共的思想宣传优势,能不能守住意识形态领域阵地,事关中共的前途命运。从此,中共开展了大举抢占网络阵地;司法等专制机构也大量利用网络造势。

中国《长城抗战网》主编贾元良:“这个马克思主义与新闻报导的这些,与追求真相,新闻报导自由,追求公正,新闻媒体人的自身的权利和发展方向,显然不符。”

前《陕西电视台》记者、编辑马晓明:“中共的新闻报导,不讲客观公正,它讲的是党和政府的工具,然后又是要抓积极因素,要所谓全面的看问题,要讲主旋律。现在最新的名堂叫正能量。这都是他们为歪曲事实,掩盖真相,编造出来的奇谈怪论。”

前《陕西电视台》记者、编辑马晓明表示,中共政权担心大量的军队、警察和干部,还不足以使它的专制统治安心,从而想方设法,通过歪曲事实、掩盖真相的教育、文艺、以及日常的所谓新闻 等方式,对民众进行奴化和愚民教育的灌输和麻醉。

马晓明:“主要就是为了进一步加紧对新闻采编人员的思想控制,进而达到利用新闻这个渠道,对人民进行奴化和愚民教育的目地,进而达到维护他们统治的目地。”

《新快报》记者刘虎,因实名举报国家工商总局副局长马正其,日前被当局以“涉嫌诽谤罪”批捕。

而被誉为“打假英雄”的记者高勤荣,1998年因揭露山西运城水利工程造假,冤狱8年,到现在也没有恢复他的记者职业,只能靠跟朋友倒腾点小生意勉强为生。高勤荣依靠微博爆料来支撑他的新闻理想。

中国打假英雄记者高勤荣:“按理说谁家报社用人,谁家负责是最好的。”

旅居美国的原山东史学教授刘因全认为,中共要求记者,站在维护党性的角度来进行报导,不但失去了新闻的公正性和真实性,其实对新闻工作者本身也是一种迫害。

旅美原山东史学教授刘因全:“他们这样做,第一有良心的记者会非常反感,他们会非常抵触,会用各种方式进行抵制,第二个方面,更多的人们看清共产党的本质。”

马晓明指出,60岁以下的中国记者,完全在中共的洗脑中长大,很多人在编造“假新闻”的过程中没有罪恶感,更不能认识到,按照中共的原则去报导是对自己良知的迫害。而那些良知未泯的或有独立的思维的新闻工作者,则不断的受到中共的打压。

采访编辑/刘惠、后制/葛雷

New Press Pass in China Makes Training in Marxism Mandatory

In 2014, the Chinese Communist Party authorities will
issue a new press pass for all Chinese media reporters.
However, to be qualified for getting the new card,
all Chinese journalists have to attend additional so-called
“trainings and exams".

In those trainings, journalists must study and pass exams
on subjects such as so-called “Socialism with Chinese
characteristics" and “Marxist view of journalism".

Some commentators say such a move clearly shows
the CCP’s attempts at tightening media control,
which is a hard strike against all media workers
who are hoping for more press freedom in China.

Recently, the website Chinese Journalist announced a notice
about “new professional trainings for journalists".
The CCP authorities made the decision that journalists from
all Chinese media would have to attend “professional
trainings"and relevant"tests"before getting their new
press cards issued for 2014.
The training contents include six subjects such as centering on
“Socialism with Chinese Characteristics","Marxist View
of Journalism" and “Journalism Ethics", as well as
major media laws and media management regulations.

The announcement also requires all media to organize their
own trainings between October and December.
Between January and February in 2014, the State
Administration of Radio, Film, and Television (SARFT) and
its provincial counterparts will hold tests for all journalists.

Since the end of this August, the CCP authorities have made
large-scale arrests of online whistleblowers and journalists.
On September 3rd, the Beijing Daily newspaper published
an article titled,"The Ideological Front Must Never Be Lost".
The article claimed that, the internet had become the major
battlefield of modern war in ideology.
Thus, whether the party can keep up in its propaganda
or defend its ideological front is a critical issue
that may determine the CCP’s fate.

Since then, the CCP authorities have begun
to aggressively attack free speech on the internet.
Governmental agencies such as the judiciary have also
begun to use the internet for a large amount of propaganda.

Jia Yuanliang, chief editor of the Great Wall War website:
“Obviously, Marxism and its view of journalism contradicts
with principles such as seeking the truth and justice,
freedom of the press, and individual rights of media workers."

Ma Xiaoming, former journalist and editor of Shaanxi TV:
“From the CCP’s perspective, media reports need no
objectivity and fairness.

What is needed is simply a tool of the party and
its government.
Therefore it always talks about ‘positive factors’, so-called
‘looking at problems from all sides’ and ‘the main theme’.
The latest name it created is ‘positive energy’.
All these are absurd jargon for the sole purpose of distorting
and hiding the truth."

Ma Xiaoming, a former journalist and editor for Shaanxi TV,
says the CCP dictatorship can’t be at ease even with its huge
military, and numerous police and CCP members.

Therefore it has spared no efforts to distort and hide
the truth by means of brainwashing education, literature,
art and daily news, all for enslaving and numbing
Chinese people’s minds.

Ma Xiaoming:"[The new trainings] are mostly for further
controlling media workers’ minds.
Then it will be easier for them to enslave Chinese people
through media and even protect the whole regime."

Liu Hu, a journalist of Xin Kuai Bao, was recently formally
arrested by the authorities for defamation.
Previously Liu had publicly accused Ma Zhengqi, deputy
director of the State Administration for Industry and
Commerce, of dereliction of duty.

Gao Qinrong, former Chinese reporter famous
for exposing fakery, was unjustly imprisoned for eight years
after reporting on a fraudulent irrigation project
in Yuncheng, Shanxi province.
Even now Gao still cannot regain his job as a journalist,
and has to earn a living by running a small business.
He has turned to Weibo to report news
as a succession to his journalist career.

Gao Qingrong:"In general, it is best for the newspaper which
employs a journalist to take the responsibility."

Former Chinese history professor Liu Yinquan says
the CCP requires all journalists to report news
from the perspective of protecting the party.

This not only rules out any objectivity and authenticity of
news reports, but is also a kind of persecution
of media workers.

Liu Yinquan, former Chinese history professor:
“Firstly, the CCP’s acts will draw objection from
conscientious journalists.

They will resist at their best and by all means.

Secondly, the Communist Regime’s evil nature will be
realized by more Chinese from this."

Ma Xiaoming further says that Chinese journalists
who are younger than 60 have grown up
under the CCP’s brainwashing education.

Many of them have no feeling of guilt when
manufacturing false news.
It is even harder for them to realize that they are
suppressing their own conscience by
following the party’s principles.

Meanwhile, those with conscience and independent
thinking are consistently being suppressed
by the whole Communist regime.

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