【禁聞】佛山小悅悅驚全球 中國人需做啥?

【新唐人2011年10月21日訊】中國廣東佛山兩歲女童兩次被汽車軋過,十幾個路人見死不救。這個交通事故不僅引起了中國國民大討論,也引起了全世界的廣泛評論。

小悅悅事件引起很大反響,各種報導鋪天蓋地。而這一事件也讓西方媒體目瞪口呆,不知道說甚麼好。

德國《法蘭克福匯報》10月18號寫道:「幾乎每個中國人都會講述這樣的故事,比如一個年輕人幫助一個跌倒的老太太,對他的感謝是後來被她告上法庭。這些例子像恐怖故事一樣已經凝聚在公共意識中。」

包括法國在內的法語國家新聞媒體普遍轉載《法新社》的報導,題目是「一個小女孩被兩輛車碾壓,大眾不管不問。」《印度報》則報導說:悅悅事件像「野火」一樣,傳遍了互聯網。

不過,佛山市文明辦認為,這次的見死不救事件僅為個別現象。但「首都經貿大學」等三所高校聯合做的民調發現,高達八成七受訪者坦承:如果見路上有人摔倒,不會主動攙扶,以免惹麻煩上身。

對此,大陸自由撰稿人、原河北人民廣播電臺編輯朱欣欣表示,中共專制的制度是導致道德淪喪的主要原因,每個中國人沒有任何權利,導致失去責任感。

朱欣欣:「道德的缺失很重要的一部分是權利的缺失,人們自我保障的權利、政治權利、經濟權利、文化權利、信仰自由,各方面的權利得不到落實,人們就沒有這種責任。」

「中國政法大學」講師吳仁華則認為,中共對中國傷害最大的就是破壞了道德,讓整個道德體系淪喪。吳仁華表示,要改變這種現狀,可能需要付出幾代人的努力。

吳仁華「今天最可怕的倒不是大家都在批判的這個制度,因為制度改變起來它是比較容易的,最可怕的是從1949年中共建政以來,通過專制制度,通過一次次的政治運動,對中國文化、對中國傳統文化、對中國道德倫理的這種破壞,而且這種破壞非常徹底。」

中國自從六四以來,光怪陸離的現象就層出不窮,不過,小悅悅事件後,全體中國人都受到了震撼。

據《南方都市報》報導,有大學教授和社會學者共同提出,應在事發地修建「小悅悅事件紀念碑」,作為「記錄時代道德的刻度」,提醒人們「知恥而後勇」。  

朱欣欣則認為,事實證明,以權利為核心的道德建設模式是徹底失敗的,道德建設是要靠民間自覺參與的,而信仰的核心是道德,所以,必須重建和復興每個人的信仰。

朱欣欣「首先是徹底打破專制的權利,同時讓權利回到它應有的這種界限之內,還給民間社會自由的空間,還中國人宗教自由,真正對道德有建設力量的就是宗教。」

吳仁華也認為,通過此事,中國人需要反省自己。他指出,我們不能嘲笑、抨擊那18個見死不救的路人,比如,盲人維權者陳光誠受到打壓,中國人的表現,是不是和18個路人一樣呢?

吳仁華 「今天我們很多人都在批判大陸的專制制度,批判當政的共產黨。作為中國人,我們自己也要反省,為甚麼這樣一個強暴的專制制度,為甚麼有史以來古今中外沒有過的腐敗的政權能夠存在下去。那麼我們要反省自己,作為中國人我們有甚麼責任。」

人權活動家陳凱則認為,中國人要改掉「勝王敗寇」的心態,堅守自身尊嚴,維護自己的利益和增強正義感。

新唐人記者常春、宋風、張健採訪報導。

Outrage as bleeding China toddler left on street

Several days ago, a two-year old toddler named Yueyue

was run over twice by vehicles in Foshan City, Guangdong province, China.

She was also ignored by more than a dozen passers-by.

This shocking event has sparked extensive discussions around the world.

What happened to Yueyue has drawn immense attention

from both the public and media, including many westerners who were completely astonished.

On Oct 18th, the Frankfurt General Newspaper in Germany

wrote: “almost every Chinese can tell a similar story.

For example the one young man who was sued in court,

rather than thanked, after he kindly helped an old woman who had tumbled.

These horrible occurrences to kind-hearted people have haunted

Chinese people』s minds.”

In France, many news media cited the report from Agence

France-Presse title d More than a dozen passers-by ignored

a two-year-old girl as she lay critically injured on a street

in southern China after being run over twice”.

In India, the news report said that “the tragedy of Yueyue has

spread like wildfire on the internet”.

Though the official agency, Foshan Spiritual Civilization Office

announced that this event is only an isolated incident.

However, a survey among three universities in Beijing showed

that 87% of respondents acknowledged that

they wouldn』t help any person who

had slipped to avoid being trapped in trouble.

A Chinese freelancer and former editor of Hebei People』s

Radio Station, Zhu Xinxin, commented, “it is the CCP』s

dictatorship which destroys the social morality in China;

Chinese people are never awarded any rights.

Hence they lose their sense of responsibility at the same time.”

Zhu Xinxin: ”The lack of morality largely stems from the lack

of rights. When people are deprived of their rights in politics,

economics, culture, religion and self-protection, they won』t feel

responsible for anything.”

The lecturer in China University of Political Science and Law,

Wu Renhua, said that among what the CCP has done to Chinese people and society,

the worst is the thorough destruction of the social moral system.

Wu added that it might take great efforts from several generations to

recover such a system.

Wu Renhua:”The most horrifying is not the political regime

which we are all currently criticizing, because it』s not that difficult to make it change.

Instead, the most horrifying thing is that since 1949, the CCP

has always been destroying the Chinese traditional culture

and its moral system through continuous political movements

supported by the dictatorship regime.

The destruction is a systematic and thorough one,

which make things even worse.”

Since the Tiananmen Square Massacre in 1989,

unusual social events which deviate from common sense have never ceased to emerge in China.

However, Chinese people are truly shocked this time.

According to Southern Metropolis Daily』s report,

some professors and scholars suggest building a memorial for the tragedy of Yueyue

to record the moral level of the times” and remind everyone

to “get back the feeling of shame to correct our behavior with courage”.

Zhu Xinxin said, “it has been proven a complete failure

for political power to play a central role in building up or maintaining a moral system.

The build-up of moral sense requires self-awareness,

which is most strengthened in one』s religious life.

Therefore it』s definitely necessary to recover

Chinese people』s religious belief”.

Zhu Xinxin: ”First, Chinese people need to overturn

the privileges protected by the dictatorship which have been far beyond its natural limit at present,

and get back their own civil rights, especially freedom of religion,

because it is the religious beliefs which provide the power to build up social morality.”

Wu Renhua commented in a similar tone that,

“the Chinese need to question ourselves as such an event happens.”

He further suggested that every Chinese should not laugh at

those 18 passers-by who didn』t help Yueyue.

Wu said, “When the blind civil rights activist Chen Guangcheng

was persecuted, the reaction of most Chinese was quite similar to those passers-by, wasn』t it?”

Wu Renhua:”There have been numerous criticisms of the CCP

and its political regime in mainland China.

However, as Chinese we should also ask ourselves

such a question, 『why could the CCP』s dictatorship,

the most atrocious and corrupt government in history,

still exist in China?』 We need to think about our own responsibility.”

Human rights activist Chen Kai commented, “the Chinese

need to change their notions that 『legitimacy belongs to the victor.』

what we need now is to stick to our dignity,

protect our rights and enhance our sense of justice.”

NTDTV reporters Chang Chun, Song Feng and Zhang Jian

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