【禁闻】陈子明追悼会 警方如临大敌

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【新唐人2014年10月27日讯】曾被中共当局称为六四“幕后黑手”的著名异议人士陈子明,10月21日在北京过世。他的追悼会 25号在北京昌平殡仪馆举行。包括参加过“四五运动”、八九六四在内的近三百名自由作家、学者前往送行。与此同时,当局出动了一百多名警力在通往殡仪馆途中设卡,逐一登记出席者身份。还有一些人被控制在家中,禁止参加追悼会。请看详细报导。

62岁的陈子明因胰腺癌,于10月21号在北京去世。他投身中国民运几十年,曾参与过76年的“四五运动”,79年的西单民主墙运动和八九年的六四学运,但却被当局指为六四的“幕后黑手”,并判刑13年。

25号,一批北京自由知识界的著名人士,如章立凡、张千帆、孙立平、荣剑、施滨海、徐友渔等近三百人,参加了陈子明的告别仪式。陈子明的好友、北京大学社会学系教授郑也夫代表社会各界在悼词中,高度评价陈子明为中国民主、宪政所作的贡献。

另外,中共前总书记赵紫阳的政治秘书鲍彤、六四学生领袖马少方等人也献了花圈。

参加追悼会的人士表示,警方如临大敌:“上午七点以后,所有进入殡仪馆的车都被拦下,逐一盘问参加谁的追悼会。殡仪馆里里外外,着装或不着装的便衣警察,据说有百人,接近殡仪馆的各个路口,都有警车”。

陈子明好友、异议人士何德普:“我想去呢,花圈都买了。花圈买了以后,然后一下楼就被警察给拦住了,没去成。”

陈子明的好友、异议人士何德普表示,他与北京市国保交涉了很长时间都不行,就是不让他去参加,也不给理由。

著名异议人士胡佳:“昨天我去跟当局交涉也罢、争取也罢,他们说肯定不行,全北京控制了不是你一个人,但是你肯定是被重点的、需要被控制的。我们接到的命令,今天绝对不让你出现在陈子明遗体告别的现场。”

著名异议人士胡佳认为,中共把陈子明的追悼会当作了一个敏感的维稳事件,为了防止把悼念会变成对当局的谴责控诉,所以要严格封闭。

据胡佳所知,包括异议作家莫之许、独立笔会秘书长野度等都被控制,无法到悼念会现场。

中共前总书记赵紫阳的秘书鲍彤也被当局警告,不准出席追悼会。对此,他对《自由亚洲电台》表达了愤怒。他说,“哪里有根据法律不让人出席朋友的追悼会的,由此可见依法治国是什么内容。”

其实,陈子明的告别会在北京郊外的昌平,交通非常不便,但是仍然有近三百人参加。

何德普:“陈子明先生这个人很谦和,人际关系也非常好,对人平和。跟他来往确实感到非常亲近。所以他是方方面面的人都接触,都交朋友,所以去的人比较多一些。”

前民运人士、现任维也纳大学教授的经济学者朱嘉明,在纪念陈子明的文章中写道,“在我们这代人中,自幼所受教育都与阶级斗争有关”,于是,让心蒙尘,心地不再善良,远离常识,偏见固化。但陈子明显然早已摒弃了阶级观念、斗争哲学和群众运动。他所觉悟的就是人道主义,人本主义,并用这些来理解民主。他一生因良知而博爱,因博爱而推崇民主,因民主而历经磨难。

朱嘉明指出,陈子明创办《历史的沉思》,《走向未来》丛书等等,是让人本主义回归中国,那是良心的呼唤。因为自“五四”运动以来,中国与世界在现代化进程中的差距,与其说是科学技术和经济的落后,不如说是人文精神的落后所致。因此,朱嘉明认为,陈子明是这个历史过程的先行者,也是最早觉悟者。

胡佳也表示,陈子明一生跌宕起伏,为了改变中国,他做了各种各样的探索。他人虽然走了,但留下了很多著作,后人仍然可以从他留下的文字中寻找思想火花。

采访/田净 编辑/宋风 后制/肖颜

Police Extremely Nervous about Chen Ziming’s Funeral

Chen Ziming was a well-know activist and was regarded as
the “backstage manipulator” of “June 4 Movement”
by the communist party.

Chen’s funeral was at Changping, Beijing on Oct 25.
About 300 free-lance writers and scholars attended Chen’s funeral.
Meanwhile, hundreds of police set up checkpoints
on all the ways to the funeral home and
registered the identity of each attendee.

Some people were blocked at their homes and
forbidden from attending the funeral.
What has made the authorities so nervous about the funeral?
Please read the report.

On Oct 21, Chen Ziming, 62 years old, passed away from
pancreatic cancer in Beijing.
Chen had been dedicated to democracy movements for years.
He participated in “Four Five Movement” in 1976,
“Xidan Democracy Wall Movement” in 1979
and “June 4 Movement” in 1989.
Regarded as the “backstage manipulator” of “June 4 Movement”
he was sentenced to 13 years of in prison.

On Oct 25, a lot of well-known advocates of freedom
attended Chen’s funeral.
Among them were Zhang Lifan, Zhang Qianfan, Sun Liping,
Rong Jian, Shi Binhai and Xu Youyu.
Zheng Yefu, Social Science Professor from Beijing University,
spoke at the funeral and sang high praise for Chen Ziming’s
contribution to China’s democracy and constitutionalism.

In addition, Bao Tong, political sectary of Zhao Ziyang, and
Ma Shaofang, student leader of “June 4” also laid wreaths.

Attendees of the funeral said that the policemen were
extremely nervous about it, “After 7am, the police stopped
every car driving into the funeral home and asked
which funeral they were attending. There were hundreds of police
and disguised police inside and outside the funeral home.

There were police cars at each entrance to the funeral home too. ”

He Depu, friend of Chen Ziming, “I was planning to go
and I already bought a wreath. However, as I walked down stairs,
I was blocked by the police.”

He Depu said that he negotiated with Beijing security police
for a long time but they still didn’t allow him to attend the funeral
without offering any reason.

Hu Jia, well-known activist, “Yesterday I talked to the authorities
too, but they said no. They told me I was not the only one
that’s under control, but I was one of the focuses.

They received orders that Hu Jia absolutely can’t show up
at Chen Ziming’s funeral. ”

Hu Jia said that the party treated Chen Ziming’s funeral
as a sensitive event in stability maintenance, because
they are afraid that the funeral might turn into
a meeting of condemnation to the party.

As far as Hu Jia learned, Mo Zhixu, an activist writer, and Ye Du,
Secretary of Independent PEN Centre, were both controlled and
couldn’t make it to the funeral.

Bao Tong was also warned by the authorities
that he was not allowed to attend the funeral.
Regarding this, Bao expressed his anger to FRA (Radio Free Asia).

He said: “Is there such a law that forbids
people from attending their friend’s funeral?
This is so called ‘governing the country according to the law’.”

Actually, Chen Ziming’s funeral was at Chang Ping,
suburb of Beijing.
The transportation to there is very inconvenient
but about three hundred people still made it at the funeral.

He Depu: “Mr. Chen is very modest and gentle.
He had very good relationship with people.
He’s very gentle to people.

People who worked with him think he’s really kind.
He made friends with people from all walks of life.
Therefore, there were so many people at his funeral. ”

Zhu Jiaming, former democracy activist
and current Professor of Economics from University of Vienna,
wrote an article to commemorate Chen Ziming.
In his article, he said: “In our generation,
all the education we received since we were young
was related to ‘wars among different social classes’.
Therefore, our heart starts accumulating dust,
we stops being good-hearted and move away
from common senses and become more and more biased.
Nonetheless, Chen Ziming discarded the notion of social classes,
philosophy of struggles and mass movement.
What he enlightened to were humanitarianism and humanism.
That’s how he understood democracy.
His universal love originated from his conscience.
Because of his universal love, he promoted democracy.
Because of the democracy he promoted, he suffered.”

Zhu Jiaming stated that the series of books
that Chen Ziming worked on, like “Deep Thoughts in the History”
and “Walk to the Future”,
are all trying to bring humanism back to China.
That’s a call from his conscience,
because what China has fallen behind the world in modernization,
technology and economy all originates from its falling
behind in humanism since “May 4 Movement”.
Therefore, Zhu Jiaming said that Chen Ziming
was the earliest enlightened and the earliest forerunner.

Hu Jia also said that Chen’s whole life was full of ups and downs.
In order to make a change to China, he explored a variety of possibilities.
Even if he passed away, he left a lot of works behind.
Later generations still can get inspired by his words.

Interview/TianJing Edit/SongFeng Post-Production/XiaoYan

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