【禁闻】怀念民国 大陆人“双十”庆国庆

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【新唐人2014年10月10日讯】10月10号双十节,是中华民国的国庆日。近年来,在中国大陆,中共当局虽然对这个节日只字不提,但还是有很多民众选择在这一天帮国家庆生。为什么会这样呢,我们一起来看一看下面的报导。

微博认证为“山东网络广播电视台栏目主编”的“诗人吴昊”10月2号凌晨发帖说:很多人都在朋友圈,炫著今天的“国庆节”,可我觉得今天却是祖国的受难日,正是在这一天,我们民族彻底沦丧了灵魂,丢掉了根。10月10号双十才是我们祖国的生日,希望有天可以名正言顺的庆祝这一天!

还有一位湖南网友说:双十快到了,我虽身在赤祸严重的大陆,但我向往青天白日。祝福台湾,祝福中华民国!国庆快乐!

安徽民主人士沈良庆:“他一方面是对现政权力的不满的一种表达,就是我不认同你一党专政的中华人民共和国,同时他认同中华民国,它毕竟以宪政为立国的基本理念,台湾也实行民主化了。对十月十号‘双十节’的认同,实际上代表了老百姓认同民主国家的民主化的这么一个诉求。”

湖南维权人士欧彪峰:“中华民国已迈向了民主,大陆还在专制极权统治之下,这是民众对中华民国比较情有独钟的一个缘由吧。这也是互联网的传播,让很多民众意识觉醒。”

据了解,去年10月9号,就有大陆网民在微博等社交媒体平台上,通知庆祝“双十节”。而10号当天,广州、福州、上海、北京等地的网民,组织聚餐活动,一些网民身穿“青天白日旗”的衣服出席聚餐,还有人唱中华民国的国歌。

《英国广播电台》BBC指出,这反映了在中国大陆,已经相当普遍的一股怀念民国的思潮。而这股思潮,近10年来更是发展成蔚为壮观的“民国热”。

那么,为什么会有那么多大陆民众怀念民国呢?

原河北人民广播电台编辑朱欣欣:“民众通过对民国历史的了解,大家看到民国,有一个基本的宪政的制度,有起码的司法的独立性,有民办的教育,民办的媒体,人民有很多的自由。所以大家对民国很怀念。同时,大家对民国的推崇,也是对现实表达一种不满。所以在双十期间,人们以此来表达对中华民国的怀念,实际上是表达对自由民主的一个向往,是表达对中共专制统治的一个不满。”

为了强调1949年夺权和执政的所谓合法性,中共把民国说成是“万恶的旧社会”。但文革结束后,出于对台湾统战的需要,又在一定程度上放松了对民国史,尤其是抗战史研究的控制。中共以前一直宣称,国民党不抗日,但在1980年代之后,尽管仍自称是“抗日战争的中流砥柱”,但开始允许媒体讲述国军的抗战功绩。

朱欣欣:“中共想拉拢国民党,拉拢台湾,它就不得不对国民党的历史放开一下,让大陆民众能够看到,中华民国这个政府也是中国的一部分,它的历史也是中国历史的一部分,它不能彻底的割裂,彻底割裂等于就承认,相对的一个独立的台湾国民党,它就想把国民党的历史纳入一个大中国的历史的范畴,所以它不得不把这段历史,适当的放开一定的空间,让大家去了解。”

报导指出,这样做的后果是中共当局始料未及的。只从课本上学过中共用“麻雀战”、“地雷战”、“地道战”击败日军的大陆民众,一旦听闻“淞沪会战”、“台儿庄大捷”、中国远征军赴缅作战等悲壮历史,内心的震撼是可想而知的。

为了扭转当年为统战而放松宣传控制的负面后果,日前,中共宣传部门定调,揭开历史真相的学术研究,存在着“历史虚无主义思潮”,在现实中极具迷惑性,必须加以抑制。

不过,BBC指出,一切都已太晚。多元的历史观和国家认同已经形成,在可预见的未来,中国大陆的部分民众将继续以怀念民国,作为他们表达对中共统治不满的一种方式。

采访/田净 编辑/陈洁 后制/舒灿

Mainlanders Long for Celebrating National Day to a Republic of China

Oct. 10, or the Double Ten Day, is the National Day
of Republic of China.
In recent years, many mainlanders have chosen this day to
celebrate. We will take a look at the reason why.

A netizen, Poet Wu Hao, issued a post on Weibo on Oct. 2 wee
hours: Many people in my circle of friends are dazzling with
today’s “National Day",
but I think today is the motherland’s Good Friday.
It is on this day, our nation completely lost its soul and roots.
Oct. 10, Double Ten, is our motherland’s birthday.
I hope one day we can justifiably celebrate this day!

A Hunan netizen stated: Double Ten is coming, although I am
in the seriously troubled red continent,
but I yearn for the Blue Sky and White Sun (ROC flag).

Bless Taiwan, Bless the ROC! Happy National Day!

Anhui democratic activist Shen Liangqing: “It was an
expression of discontent to the regime that I do not agree with you,
the one-party dictatorship People’s Republic of China,
and recognition of the Republic of China (ROC),
which, after all, was founded on the basic idea of constitution,
and Taiwan has also realized the democratization.
The recognition of Oct. 10, Double Ten Day, in fact,
represents people’s call for democracy and democratization."

Hunan activist Ou Biaofeng: “ROC has been democratized,
but mainland is still under totalitarian rule.
That should be reason enough why the people are in favor of the
ROC. The Internet has brought the public’s consciousness."

Last Oct. 9, there were Internet users in mainland issuing
notice to celebrate Double Ten Day.
On the 10th, netizens of Guangzhou, Fuzhou, Shanghai,
Beijing and other places organized dinner events.
Some netizens wore the flag of Blue Sky and White Sun
to the party, and some of them sang the national anthem of ROC.

BBC Chinese pointed out that this reflects the widespread
surge of nostalgia prior to the time of 1949
when Kuomintang was ruling.

And this trend has been very popular this past decade.

So why are there so many mainlanders missing the times
of ROC before 1949?

Former Hebei People’s Radio Editor, Zhu Xinxin: “The history
of the ROC in mainland has taught people that there was a
fundamental constitution,
judiciary independence, private education, private media,
and plenty of freedom to the people.

So we miss that time. This respect for the Republic also shows
the dissatisfaction with reality.
On the Double Ten, people commemorate the republic as a
yearning for freedom and democracy,
and an expression of dissatisfaction with the
Communist dictatorship."

A BBC report also mentioned that, to emphasize the 1949 seizure
of power and the legitimacy of the ruling party,
the CCP had referred to the Republic as “an evil of the old society."

But after the Cultural Revolution, out of the need for a United
Front, working towards Taiwan,
the regime relaxed its grip of control connected to the history
of the Republic of China,
especially studies on the anti-Japanese war, to some extent.

The Communist regime had previously claimed that the KMT
was not anti-Japanese, but the CCP was.
After 1980, while continually claiming to be the backbone
of the anti-Japanese war,
the regime began to allow the media to issue reports about
the achievements of the KMT military.

Zhu Xinxin: “The CCP wanted to win over the KMT
and Taiwan,
it had to let go of control of the history involving
the KMT,
and let the people see the ROC also as part of China
and a part of the history, and can not be completely fragmented.
The complete fragmentation is equivalent to admitting
an independent Taiwanese KMT.
That’s why it wanted to include the KMT’s history in scope
of a larger Chinese history,
so it had to free up certain space for everyone to understand
this part of history."

The report revealed, that the consequences of doing so, are
unexpected to the Communist regime.
People used to learn from textbooks about the “sparrow war",
“mine warfare", “Tunnel Warfare" that beat the Japanese army,
but the KMT’s “Battle of Shanghai", “Taierzhuang victory,"
China Expeditionary Force to go to Burma and so on,
have deeply astonished the mainlanders.

In order to reverse the negative consequences of the United
Front and relaxed propaganda control,
recently, the CCP propaganda department set the tone.

They referred to the academic researchers uncovering, as the
historical truth, hidden with “historical nihilism,"
and deceptive, therefore, must be suppressed.

However, a BBC report pointed out, everything is too late.
The diverse history and national identity have been formed.
In the foreseeable future, the mainlanders will continue
their commemoration of the Republic prior to 1949,
as an expression of their dissatisfaction with the Communists.

Interview/TianJing Edit/ChenJie Post-Production/ShuCan

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