【禁闻】默克尔清华演讲​​ 不避谈人权

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【新唐人2014年07月10日讯】德国总理默克尔,日前在北京“清华大学”发表了演讲,尽管她的演讲主题是“环境和可持续发展”,但是她毫不忌讳的谈到“人权”和“言论自由”。她强调,东德共产党政权的倒台,使自由对话成为可能。但是这些内容却被中共媒体删除了。

从7月6号开始,德国总理默克尔展开了为期三天的访华之行。8号在行程的最后一天,梅克尔在“清华大学”发表了“环境和可持续发展”为主题的演讲。

在演讲中,默克尔丝毫不避讳人权等话题,在共产党统治的前东德长大的她,用委婉的语言直击尖锐话题,强调保护人权和言论自由的重要性。

默克尔说:“对我来说,这个对话​​(中德人权对话)非常重要,因为25年前一场和平的革命在前德意志民主共和国发生,最终导致“柏林墙”倒塌,让我们得以进行自由的对话。”

大陆网路作家荆楚:“共产党在人类社会上,它仅仅是一个反面教材,这是人类社会的共识。现在共产党宣称什么宇宙真理呀,还要坚持共产党,连输出革命的苏俄都垮台了,而这个共产党作为苏俄的傀儡政权,还依然存在,那是多么荒唐。”

而且默克尔强调:“我认为,在中国进行这样的自由对话,也是很重要的。”

荆楚:“一群汉奸、卖国贼窃夺了(中国)国家政权,建政几十年了,(中共)它一直反对什么人性、人道、人权,这些基本的价值,现在虽然羞答答的签订了世界人权宣言,但是它那是为了欺骗国际社会,它对国内的人是青面獠牙,那是它的本质。共产党的垮台是历史的必然。”

默克尔在这次讲话中,不单提到了人权,还告诉学生们说,“为了成功的塑造未来,你们需要一个开放、多元、自由的社会。这些原则是一个社会未来成功的基础。”

据了解,这是自2005年以来,默克尔的第7次访问中国。这也不是她第一次关注中国人权问题。在今年三月,中共领导人习近平访问欧洲时,默克尔也曾谈到相关的问题。

荆楚:“我肯定是认同的,他们讲的是人类文明基本的一个共识,但是在中国听起来像是天方夜谭,多么可悲呀,也就是说中国与世界隔绝到何种程度。”

大陆史传作家王第也表示,很多大陆人都会认同默克尔的观点,但是中共不会认同。

大陆史传作家王第:“中共它的属性决定的,因为它本来就是专职独裁的集团,不能真正融入普世价值,它所做的一切都是为了加强它的统治,这样注定是要失败。”

除此之外,默克尔还谈到了法治和公正的重要性。她说:“很重要的一点是,公民能够相信法律的力量,而不是权力至上的法则。”

《法国新闻社》报导说,默克尔和最近访问中国的许多其他西方领导人,形成了鲜明的对比。为了和全球第二大经济体发展贸易,这些领导人都避免在公开场合提及中国的人权问题。

据了解,中共媒体在报导默克尔演讲时,有关人权和自由的部分,都予以封杀。

荆楚:“它故意把它删掉,这是大陆媒体的一贯做法,它生怕提到人权、人道、人性的东西,对共产党的根基有所动摇,想方设法不让老百姓知道,这是他们一贯做法。”

默克尔此行原本计划会见遭关押的大陆异议人士高瑜之子,但北京警方要求高瑜的独生子赵萌必须回绝梅克尔的邀请。

采访编辑/田净 后制/周天

Angela Merkel Talks Human Rights at Tsinghua University

German Chancellor Angela Merkel delivered a speech
on global economic sustainability and climate change
at Tsinghua University.

She openly discussed human rights
and the importance of free speech.
She emphasized that the fall of the Communist regime
in East Germany has made free speech possible.
But these contents of her speech have been censored
by the Chinese Communist media in its reporting .

German Chancellor Angela Merkel made a three-day visit
to China between July 6 and 8.
On the last day, she delivered a speech at Tsinghua University
on topics of the environment and sustainable development.

Merkel spoke frankly to the students, in carefully worded
remarks, on the sharp topic of human rights.
The German leader, who grew up in the former East Germany,
emphasized the importance of human rights and free dialogue.

Merkel also spoke of East Germany, formally known as the
German Democratic Republic, “To me, this dialogue is very
important because 25 years ago, when the peaceful revolution
took place in the former GDR, this finally led to the fall
of the Berlin Wall and enabled us to have a free dialogue."

Jing Chu, online writer: “In human society, the Communist
Party is nothing but an example of backwardness.
This is the consensus of human society.

Despite claims about ‘universal truths’
and continuing to insist on the Communist Party,
even the Soviet Union has collapsed.

Yet this puppet regime of the USSR still exists, how absurd."

Merkel stressed, “I think it’s also important here in China
to have such a free dialogue."

Jing Chu: “A group of traitors have seized China’s state power.

In its decades of rule, it has continually opposed basic values
such as human nature, human morality and human rights.
Though it signed the Universal Declaration of Human Rights,
that was only a ploy to deceive the international community.
But it unleashes its ghastly true nature on mainland Chinese.
The collapse of the Communist Party is a historical necessity."

Merkel also told the students, “It’s important to have laws
on this regard, that function as a guardian of principles.
“You need an open, pluralistic and free society
in order to shape the future successfully."

This is Merkel’s seventh visit to China since 2005,
and it isn’t the first time she’s raised concerns
over human rights in China.

During Chinese leader Xi Jinping’s visit to Europe in March,
Merkel had also talked about related issues.

Jing Chu: “It’s the basic consensus of human civilization,
and I definitely agree with it.
But in China, such things sound like a fairy tale.
How sad!
China has become so isolated from the rest of the world."

Historical biographer Wang Di says many Chinese people
can all agree with Merkel’s opinions, but the CCP can’t.

Wang Di: “This is determined by the nature of the CCP.

It’s a dictatorship to begin with
and it can’t fit with universal values.
Everything it does is to secure its power,
and in this way it is doomed to fail."

Merkel also spoke about the rule of law and justice.

She said, “It’s important that citizens can believe in
the power of the law and not the law of the powerful."

AFP reports that, “Merkel’s comments are in contrast to many
other recent Western visitors to China, who have shied away
from public comments on human rights as they pursue trade
deals with the world’s second-biggest economy."

Chinese state media reportedly left out the parts of her speech
related to human rights and freedom.

Jing Chu: “They deliberately delete it,
which is a normal practice in mainland Chinese media.
Any mention of human rights, morality or human nature
that could shake the foundation of the party will be blocked.
That is their usual practice."

Merkel’s trip originally included a meeting with Zhao Ming,
the son of the jailed Chinese dissident Gao Yu.
But Zhao Ming was reportedly told by the police
to reject the invitation.

Interview Edit/TianJin Post-Production/ZhouTian

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