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【新唐人2014年11月17日讯】日前,针对中国高校教师在课堂上讲述自己的独立观点和看法,辽宁省委机关报《辽宁日报》,头版刊登了一封致全国大学教师的公开信。信中说:大学教师“呲必中国”的现象十分严重。《中共青年报》也配合公开信发出评论说,“网路上、社会诬蔑辱骂祖国等负面情绪的一个源头,正是来自高校老师”。外界担心,这可能是中共又一波整肃高校、改造知识份子的前兆。

11月13号,《辽宁日报》在头版公告,并在4版整版刊登了题为《老师,请不要这样讲中国》的公开信。编者按中开场就说,该报通过微信征集了“大学课堂上的中国应该是什么样的”的专题,收集了300多个“微故事”。 一名大学生的留言引起了编辑部注意,他说:“不知从何时起,说中国坏话、骂这个社会成为了时尚。”

《辽宁日报》声称,在策划推出这一系列报导之前,他们在省内外几家大学做了两个多月的调查,开了7场座谈会;还在沈阳、北京、上海、武汉、广州的大学,旁听了近100堂课。

《辽宁日报》还从近13万字的听课笔记中概括出3类问题:一是缺乏理论认同,用戏谑方式讲思想理论课,揭秘马克思恩格斯的“隐私”;比较毛泽东与古代帝王。二是缺乏政治认同,追捧西方“三权分立”,质疑中央重大政策、社会贪腐和公平等问题。三是缺乏情感认同,有的老师发牢骚,把“我就是不入党”视为个性等。

山东大学退休教授孙文广指出,中共想控制大学教师的教学内容由来已久,甚至审查教师的讲稿。他们这种做法与官方传媒的洗脑教育是一致的,只讲伟光正,不讲社会黑暗面。

山东大学退休教授孙文广:“有很多的教师,他们是有自己的政治观点的,他们有自己的看法。那么这个看法,他写成文章风险太大了,所以,他就利用讲课的时间来讲他的观点。”

孙文广表示,这些与官方不一致的观点,反而得到了广大学生的喜爱。

而独立中文笔会成员、自由撰稿人朱欣欣表示,中共这些年搞文化专制,彻底扼杀了中国的教育,让学生失去了独立思考的能力,使中国丑恶现象滋生泛滥。

独立中文笔会成员、自由撰稿人朱欣欣:“在向大学教育发出一个信号,进一步收紧、严控大学教育的信号。想把大学残存的那么一些自由民主的思想,具有人文精神这样的一些教师要彻底的清除掉,还想把文化专制来彻底贯彻到大学教育中去。”

香港《明报》根据知情人士揭露,《辽宁日报》的举动背后得到了辽宁省有关领导的授意。筹划这封公开信的主要负责人,曾担任辽宁省高校工委副书记、辽宁省教育厅副厅长等职位。

《辽宁日报》的公开信发出后,很快得到官方的力挺。《中国青年报》发文说:《‘呲必中国’不能成为课堂的必备课》,并说“网路上、社会上诬蔑辱骂‘祖国’等负面情绪的一个源头”,正是来自高校老师。

西安某大学教师冯老师表示,社会黑暗面不是老师造成的,是执政者造成的。中共官媒所说的“祖国”概念,与教师们的概念是不同的,“祖国”是几千年来都存在那里的,它不等同于某个执政党。

西安某大学教师冯老师:“当执政党它的理念和它的行为和祖国利益一致的时候,我们是拥护的,知识份子拥护的;如果执政党危害到祖国和人民的利益,那么,指出它的错误,这是一种爱国的表现。”

《明报》根据京城耳语的消息说,公开信发出后,这一组文宣可能将得到中南海批示,甚至不排除可能在高校掀起一场运动。近日,公安大学就以该校法学院副教授王守田言论不当为由,把他赶下讲坛。

看来,中共可能整肃大学并不是空穴来风。

不过,冯老师认为,现在不是文革时代了,民众已经了解了真相,如果中共大面积打击,会把无数人都变成革命者。

采访/田净 编辑/宋风 后制/舒灿

Undercover State-run Media Reporters Appear in College Classes
The Party Aims to “Clean up” Colleges?

Recently, “Liaoning Daily”, the provincial state-run newspaper,
headlined a public letter addressed to all college teachers in China.
It says it’s a severe phenomenon that college teachers
“insult motherland”.
“China Youth Daily” supported “Liaoning Daily” and commented
that “people insult the motherland on internet and in society,
and the source of negative emotion is college teachers.”

It’s worried that it might be a forerunner for the party
to “clean up” colleges and “reform” intellectuals.

On Nov 4, “Liaoning Daily” headline news published an article
“Teacher, Please Stop Talking about China in This Way”,
which covered 4 full pages of the newspaper.

It said that the newspaper collected more than 300 stories on
“How Should China Be Discussed in College Classes”.
One comment from a college student drew the editor’s attention.
The student said: “I don’t know when it became a fashion
to bad-mouth China and to criticize society.”

“Liaoning Daily” stated they investigated more than 2 months
inside and outside Liaoning Province, held 7 symposiums,
and audited more than 100 classes in the colleges located
in Shenyang Beijing, Shanghai, Wuhai and Guangzhou.

“Liaoning Daily” summarized their 130,000-words class notes
into 3 categories of problems.
First category is: teachers talk about the “private information”
of Marx & Engles and teach the theories in a joking way
because of the lack of consensus on the theories.

Second one is: they admire Western “Separation of the Three Powers”
and question the party’s critical policies, corruption and justice
because of the lack consensus on politics.

Third one is: some teachers think that it’s a demonstration
of individuality if they say
“I am not going to join the communist party”
because of the lack of consensus on emotionality.

Sun Wenkuang, retired professor of Shangdong University,
pointed out that the party aims to control college teaching
content for a while, and even tries to censor teachers’ notes.

The way they do it is the same as the brain-washing education
from official media. They only gloss over the party instead of
exposing the dark side of society.

Sun Wenguang: “Many teachers have their own political
standpoints. They have their own thoughts.
However, it’s too risky if they turn their thoughts into words.
Therefore, they talk about their ideas in classes.”

Sun Wenguang said students actually like those viewpoints
that aren’t consistent with office news.
Zhu Xinxin, freelance writer and member of Independent
Chinese PEN Center, stated that the party has been dedicated
to cultural dictatorship, which has smothered China’s education.
Therefore, students have lost their ability to think independently
and social evils have been rampant.

Zhu Xinxin: “It’s a signal to college education.
It’s a signal to further control college education.
It aims to clean out those teachers
with democratic ideology and humanity.
Thus, cultural dictatorship can fill up college education.”

Hong Kong “Ming Pao” disclosed Liaoning provincial
authorities actually gave permission to “Liaoning Daily”
to perform the task.

The person in charge of the public letter used to be Deputy
Secretary of Liaoning Province College Working Committee
and Deputy Director of Liaoning Provincial
Department of Education.

Once “Liaoning Daily” published the public letter,
it’s strongly supported by other state-run media.
“China Youth Daily” wrote an article titled
“Scolding China Shouldn’t Be Required in Class”.
It also said that people insult “motherland” on internet and in
society, and the source of negative emotion are college teachers.

Mr Feng, a college teacher from Xian, stated that the dark side
of society is not caused by teachers but by the governors.
The concept of “motherland” in state-run media is different
from the understanding of college teachers.
“Motherland” has existed for thousands of years,
which is obviously not true of the party.

Mr. Feng: “When the party’s ideology and behavior is consistent
with the interest of the Motherland, we will support it and
intellectuals will support it. However, if the party is undermining
the interests of the people and our Motherland,
It’s a demonstration of patriotism if we point out its mistakes.”

Based on insider information, “Ming Pao” disclosed
that it might cause a movement in colleges with approval from
the party authorities after the public letter was published.

Recently, Professor Wang Shoutian,
Law School Associate Professor of Public Security University,
has been forbidden from teaching anymore.

Thus, it’s not a groundless rumor that the party is going to
“clean up” colleges.

Nonetheless, Mr. Feng said that now is not the time of the
Great Cultural Revolution.
People have already learned the truth.

If the party performs an extensive crack-down,
a lot of people will turn into revolutionists.

Interview/ Tian Jing Edit/ Songfeng Post-Production/Shu Can

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