【禁闻】胡耀邦子斥中共掩盖六四真相 为学生讨公道

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【新唐人2014年04月16日讯】4月15号是中共前总书记胡耀邦忌日,但中共媒体一片死寂,官方更没有正式的纪念活动,但民间对胡耀邦却没有忘记。胡耀邦的三子胡德华认为,胡耀邦让中国人第一次享受到了免于恐惧的自由,取消了阶级成分。胡德华还怒斥当局掩盖“六四”真相,应该给学生一个说法。请看以下报导。

在胡耀邦逝世25周年的时刻,胡耀邦三子胡德华与一批“团二代”去江西“共青城”拜祭胡耀邦,其中有江西前省委书记万绍芬、国民党元老陈布雷外孙女陈必泓等人。

胡耀邦当年的去世,引发了89民运的“六四”事件,当局刻意淡化胡耀邦曾经存在过,“胡耀邦”三个字也被屏蔽和封锁,胡耀邦陵墓所在地“共青城”更是“静悄悄”。

胡德华在对香港《南华早报》表示,“中国共产党几十年的党史也没有他(胡耀邦),好像根本没有他这个人。”

胡德华认为,他父亲对于失去最高权力并不遗憾,但对于能带来政府权力制衡的政治改革被放弃,感到心痛。

胡德华说,“胡耀邦有可能成为继孙中山之后的第二位民族英雄,但是很可惜,被干掉了。”

在胡耀邦众多遗产中,胡德华最为骄傲的是他对民主和法治的宣导、和对镇压式统治的反对、以及他为政治运动受害者平反,并废除对“黑五类”等所谓政治敌人的歧视,让中国人第一次享受到了免于恐惧的自由。

胡耀邦废除了官方文件上须填写个人阶级成分的做法。

胡德华认为,在胡耀邦时代,取消地、富、反、坏、右称呼的功绩,不亚于美国总统林肯解放黑奴。

胡德华向香港《明报》表示,掩盖“六四”真相,是对死难者生命欠缺敬畏。他痛斥:“学生们究竟犯了什么罪”,对“死掉的人也没个说法”。他要中共当局说清楚。

北京异议人士查建国:“说他对资产阶级自由化反对的软弱,所以把他解除了党的总书记职务。这一点就是非常错误的,这一点也引起了全国的知识精英、知识界、全国的公民的不满意。”

被警告不要参加纪念胡耀邦的北京异议人士查建国表示,“六四”民主运动就是为胡耀邦喊冤而引发的,后来发展成反对贪官和“官倒”的一场民主运动。但当时中共政权又把这项正当的群众活动,定性为动乱,激发了老百姓的更大不满,从而促成了以北京“天安门广场”为中心的那场轰轰烈烈的民主运动。

查建国:“出动20多万野战军对学生清场,对完全是和平示威、非暴力的群众示威活动,进行暴力的清场,镇压,造成了血案。”

近来,“北京科技大学”教授赵晓连续发表“纪念胡耀邦”的贴文,其中一篇贴文中提到﹕胡耀邦是“第一个穿西装的中共最高领导人”。

15号当天,赵晓发帖说,“有的人死了,他还活着﹔有的人活着,他已经死了。有的人活得提心吊胆,有的人死的光明磊落。有人说:在我死后,哪管洪水滔天! 圣经说:人人都有一死,死后且有审判!若非如此,则无公义良善。”

旅美前大陆历史学教授刘因全:“如果当时按照胡耀邦先生的那些理念做,中国不会出现这么多问题﹔如果当时按照学生的要求去做,中国也不会像现在这么腐败。”

旅美前大陆历史学教授刘因全指出,胡耀邦是中共开明派的代表人物,虽然当局不给他正面评价,不给他平反,但是民间对胡耀邦的看法是好的。

胡耀邦的小女儿满妹也曾发表文章,讲述胡耀邦在退下来之后,在1988年回老家湖南时,一路都受到无数民众的热烈欢迎,即使是生病住院时刻。

采访/朱智善 编辑/宋风 后制/孙宁

Hu Yaobang’s Son Calls For Justice for The
Tiananmen Massacre Victims

On April 15, the public commemorates the anniversary of
former Communist Party General Secretary Hu Yaobang’s
death, even though the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and
the media remain silent.
Hu Yaobang’s youngest son, Hu Dehua, praised how Hu
Yoabang abolished the Communist class status that had
kept the Chinese in fear for generations.
Hu Dehua also condemned the CCP cover up
of the June 4 incident.
The following is our report.

On the 25th anniversary of Hu Yaobang’s death, Hu Yaobang’s
youngest son Hu Dehua went to Jiangxi to pay tribute to Hu
along with other princelings, including former party secretary of
Jiangxi, Wan Shaofeng’s granddaughter Chen Bihong.

Hu Yaobang’s death triggered the 1989
pro-democracy movement.
The regime has since downplayed Hu Yaobang.
His name was censored on the Internet,
and his burial site has been ‘quiet’.

Hu Dehua told South China Morning Post, “In the History of
the Chinese Communist Party, he was not listed as if he had
never existed."

Hu Dehua believed that his father was not sorry for the loss of
the supreme power, but regretted that reforms were abandoned.
He had hoped to bring balance of powers for the government.

Hu Dehua said, “Hu Yaobang could have been another national
hero after Sun Yat-sen, but unfortunately, was removed."

Among the many heritages from Hu Yaobang, Hu Dehua was
most proud of his father’s advocacy of democracy and the rule
of law.
He was also proud of his opposition to the repressive rule, the
political movement to rehabilitate the victims, and the abolition
of the “Black Five".
This is a discrimination against the so-called political enemies,
which allowed the Chinese people to free from fear since the
ruling of the CCP.

Hu Yaobang abolished the class status category in the personal
document.

Hu Dehua believed that in the era of Hu Yaobang, termination
of the status quo of an individual in politics, i.e., landlords, rich
farmers, anti-revolutionists, bad-influencers and capitalists, is
equivalent to President Abraham Lincoln abolishing slavery.

Hu Dehua told Ming Pao that it is lack of respect for the
victims who died during the June 4 massacre by covering
up the truth.
He questioned the CCP, “What crimes had the students
committed?" and “the lack of respect to the dead."
He demanded an explanation.

Zha Jianguo, Beijing dissident: “He was removed from the
party’s general secretary post because he was being weak in
opposing the bourgeois liberalization.
That was very wrong and the intellectuals and the general
public were unhappy about the charge."

Beijing dissident Zha Jianguo was warned not to participate the
memorial of Hu Yaobang.
Zha Jianguo indicates that the1989 student movement was
initiated in support of Hu Yaobang for the injustice he received.
It later evolved into a democratic movement
against the corrupt officials.
However, the regime classified the legitimate mass activities
as unrest, which further inspired greater dissatisfaction by the
people and subsequently the vigorous democracy movement
took place.

Zha Jianguo: “Over 200,000 Field Army personnel were sent
to crackdown on the entirely peaceful students demonstrations
with violent repression and created the bloody massacre."

Recently, Beijing University of Science and Technology
Professor Zhao Xiao published series of articles on-line to
commemorating Hu Yaobang.
One of them mentioned, Hu Yaobang was “the first top CCP
leader who wore a suit."

In a post on April 15, Zhao Xiao wrote, “Some people have
died but actually live on; others live but have already died.
Some people live in fear and some died of honor.
There are people saying: “When I die, why care about the
disasters!"
The Bible says: “Man is destined to die once,
and after that to face judgment! That is righteous."

Liu Yinquan, former professor of History: “Had Mr. Hu
Yaobang’s ideal been followed, there would have been less
problems in China today.
Had the students’ demands been answered, the corruption would
not have been so prominent as it is today."

Professor Liu Yinquan indicates that Hu Yaobang represented
the liberal faction of the CCP. Even though the CCP refuses to
value him, the general public have their respect for him.

Hu Yaobang’s daughter once wrote that in 1988 on his way back
to his hometown after he stepped down, Hu Yaobang received a
warm welcome by numerous people.
Even when hospitalized, people continued to visit him.

Interview/Zhu Zhishan Edit/Song Feng Post-Production/Sun Ning

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