शनिवार, 8 मई 2010

मानवाधिकार का अस्त्र हैं ब्लॉगर और ब्लॉग

     चीन में कम्युनिस्ट पार्टी के नेताओं के क्रियाकलापों को भारत में मार्क्सवादी कम्युनिस्ट पार्टी के लोग आदर्श के रुप में प्रचारित करते रहे हैं और चीनी नेताओं के जनविरोधी कार्यकलापों पर पर्दा ड़ालते रहे हैं। चीन में आम जनता के लिए इंटरनेट मानवाधिकारों के लिए संघर्ष का प्रभावशाली अस्त्र है।
     चीन की जनता की जंग को जानना हो तो नेट यूजरों को चीन के ब्लॉग पढ़ने चाहिए ,चीन में क्या हो रहा है,इसका आईना हैं ब्लॉगर और ब्लॉग। चीनी नेता वू हाओ ने लेख पर नेट यूजरों की प्रतिक्रिया की दूसरी किश्त देखें और आनंद लें कि चीन की जनता अभिव्यक्ति की आजादी के लिए किस तरह संघर्ष कर रही है। हमें भारत में मानवाधिकारों के संघर्ष आईना ब्लॉगिंग को बनाना चाहिए। 
  वू हाओ का लेख और उस पर प्रतिक्रियाओं की दूसरी किश्त-
A Transcript from the Sina Microblog of Wu Hao, Yunnan’s Vice Minister of Propaganda

From WU Hao’s “The Wu’s Daughter is Growing Up Microblog”

Wu Hao: Polite warning: I’m willing to take any criticism that people might put out on my microblog. But I’m not going to take crap from traitors. This is what I stated months ago and there’s no way I’m going to change my position here.  If you want to fawn over Google’s stinky feet, then wag your tail between your legs and go begging in Washington.  Their 50 cents are worth more than our 5 Yuan.  [This is a reference to the 50 Cent Party. A person who belongs to the 50 Cent Party is said to get paid 0.5 RMB by the government for each pro-government comment they post on the internet.  Wu Hao is sarcastically joking that those who write pro-Google comments do so, not for ideological reasons, but because they get a better rate from the American government. For more about the 50 Cent Party, see here] So go!  Stop bullshitting on my territory. If you guys see this kind of crap, help me clean it up. I’ll of course clean it up too. (43 minutes ago)

(Note: unless otherwise indicated, all comments below are directed towards Minister Wu who began the thread by writing the comment above.)
इस लेख पर प्रतिक्रियाओं की दूसरी किश्त-
dennisshuo: Is it really the case that their 50 cents are worth more than our 5 yuan?  Or is it the case that Minister Wu knows something about currency speculation that we don’t know? (40 minutes ago)

Suyule: Google is just a company that has a little idealism. Pinning one’s lofty hopes on Google is a bit ridiculous. I really don’t get why so many people are so infatuated with Google.  Google has also assumed an air of self-important innocence, it’s just a company, who does it think it is holding talks with the government. (40 minutes ago)

Jiangjiangjiang: Was that really Wu Hao, or was his account hacked into? (40 minutes ago)

Houxiandaizhuyi [postmodernism]: When you talk about “traitors” are you talking about those who betray their people or are you just talking about those who betray the Party? Once you hit university did you stop differentiating between the People and the Party? (40 minutes ago)

Qieqie: How does supporting Google make you equal to a traitor.  Pretty fuzzy logic seems to me. (40 minutes ago)

Sujie: Man, there’s nothing that can be said to that. (40 minutes ago)

Kongzhongdehexie [river crab in the air (the river crab is a symbol for censorship)]: Forward this comment: You’re the biggest f-ing traitor there is. (40 minutes ago)

Lilang: What kind of department is the propaganda department anyway.  How can it ride over the police, procuratorates, courts and news departments when those are actual government agencies. How can it launch this crusade against the news media and the internet?  While it’s true that the ruling party leads the country, how is it that one small department of the ruling party can ride above the government and the nation’s laws? (40 minutes ago)

Guanchazeren [observer’s duty]: Minister Wu, tell us who it is who is a traitor.  Please provide us a definition.  Is it that everyone sympathetic to Google is a traitor?  If that’s the case then you can consider me a traitor too! (40 minutes ago)

Waixingren [crooked pedestrian, (pun on the word for alien)]: Whatever, since you’ve decided to turn your back on the People, go ahead and fawn over your master’s fragrant feet, go and pursue your dream of rising to great heights in the Celestial Empire. (40 minutes ago)

Zhangouya: ? @ Zhibingji: @“The Wu’s Daughter is Growing Up Microblog”: I was originally just going to go to sleep but I see that you’ve been bitching people out again.  As a Minister you should be more careful about what you say! Don’t forget that you also have to beg for your food, if you displease your master you’ll find yourself in deep shit! Enough talk.  Behave yourself! (40 minutes ago)

Motu: Man, you really are a disappointment to us all. (39 minutes ago)

Renminyuebao [(looks like) The People’s Daily]: This is not a “contradiction among the people” and this is not a “contradiction between the people and the enemy.”  This is a contradiction between humankind and non-humankind. (These are distinctions made by Mao Zedong.  “Contradictions” can also be translated as conflicts.) (39 minutes ago)

Ziyedetan: It’s not bad being a traitor if you’re the Minister! I’ll also be sure to keep my turf clean. If you guys see anyone bullshitting on my territory or mentioning #5 (homonym for Minister Wu) help me clean it up.  I’ll of course clean it up too.//@bin193: let’s blacklist him. (39 minutes ago)

Yuanfushengxinhao: @ Zhangouya: Behave yourself! (39 minutes ago)

Zhuixuzhuhuan [chasing the void pursuing fantasy]: the Minister really does have a slave mentality. Everything is fawning this, begging that.  His kind of mindset is incompatible with equality, freedom and dignity. (39 minutes ago)

Weichiayong: Well said everyone! I’m pretty ill-informed about the patriotism thing anyways. (39 minutes ago)

Shenzhenke [Shenzhen guest]: This is pretty horrific.  Can it be that we’ve gone back to the late ‘60s? As an aside, I should inform Minister Wu, their 50 cents are not worth more than our 5 Yuan—the RMB has already increased in value! (39 minutes ago)

Heyahu: I really admire the Communist Party’s Party education.  I really don’t give a damn if Google pulls out or not, all I want to know is on what basis the government filters the internet. Do they just filter whatever they happen to feel like filtering? Tell me, which law allows them to do this? (39 minutes ago)

Fujun: Then consider me a traitor too.  You really are the P(arty’s) posterchild. (39 minutes ago)

Dafendefendifang: You’ve really shown how fucking worthless you are. (39 minutes ago)

acthinair: When people surround him and berate him, #5 (Wu Hao) can lash back.  This is what is meant by microblogging equality. (39 minutes ago)

Beijinyandeniniliushi [the silenced Nini the Sixth]: Who’s the traitor here?  Just look at how much you’ve screwed up this country.  Look at the areas hit by the drought, the melamine kids (the children harmed by contaminated milk powder), the tofu construction kids (kids killed in the Sichuan earthquakes when their poorly-constructed schools collapsed), the kids messed up by the vaccinations.  I guess you also have a daughter, but then again—aren’t you just going to send her to live abroad? Tell me then, who’s the real traitor? (39 minutes ago)

Laibolun: I absolutely support Minister Wu.  I would hope that the Minister would invite Kong Qingdong and other scholars who are both well-informed and well-intentioned to come participate in this microblog discussion.  There’s too much right-wing trash out there microblogging, they’re really misleading people who don’t know the truth. (39 minutes ago)

Yupuyong: Forward this comment: I firmly support Minister Wu.  Traitors never have things turn out alright.  They all die horrible deaths. (39 minutes ago)

Hetao: I’m disappointed in you Minister, extremely disappointed. (39 minutes ago)

Tianxikeji [Tianxi Technology]: “Stop bullshitting” on your “territory?” Show me your land deed, your property deed, your ID card, your temporary residence permit. (39 minutes ago)

supermariobro: Tell me about your mud horse (sounds like fuck your mom) From your post I can tell that not only are you a big fifty-center but that his mom thinks so too. (39 minutes ago)

Heyahu: The government is hiding stuff it doesn’t want other people to see.  It’s just like the old saying: if you don’t do shameful things, you don’t have to worry about the devil knocking on your door.  The information the government does everything to seal off is reflected just as clearly in everyone’s hearts and minds. (39 minutes ago)

Chongqingzhongxinghanjian [heavy-duty traitor from Chongqing]: How do you define traitor?  Number 5, we don’t have a scrap of power in our hands, how could we even hope to be traitors? Who you have to worry about are Wen JB and them. (The writer is referring to Wen Jiabao whose initials, JB, happen to be a slang word for penis) Anyone know if they’ve signed any humiliating treaties lately? (like the unfair treaties China signed with foreign nations in the 19th century) (39 minutes ago)

gaofoto: We should be thrilled that the Celestial Empire has produced such a loyal minister. If there are more and more of these retards the Celestial Empire will really expand and grow—before of course going down in flames. (39 minutes ago)

Nosisy: Hmmm, I’m out. F**k. (39 minutes ago)

Fengzhishui: @Laibolun: You’re getting your left and right mixed up buddy. (39 minutes ago)

Sijiermo: Grass mud horses, you guys are like performance artists, keep up the onslaught! “Grass mud horse, hurry and shut off your computer and save electricity.  Shouldn’t you be worrying more about addressing the drought?” @“The Wu’s Daughter is Growing Up Microblog” (39 minutes ago)

5ilunch: If you oppose Google then you’re a fifty-center.  If you support Google then does that make you a green-backer?! Even so, who gives a damn, dollars are still worth more than RMB….. (39 minutes ago)

Dooo: Grass mud horse, hurry and shut off your computer and save electricity.  Shouldn’t you be worrying more about addressing the drought? (39 minutes ago)

athrone: The two great disgraces to Peking University: Li Yanhong (co-founder of Baidu) and Wu Hao. (39 minutes ago)

Dafendefendifang: @ Laibolun: There’s nothing that can be said to dumbasses like yourself. (38 minutes ago)

Qidiranxiang: Is Minister Wu incapable of making the currency conversion?? Since when has one US dollar been equal to 10 RMB? (38 minutes ago)

Linsuisui: GooX is just a company, why are you all putting it on such a high pedestal? (38 minutes ago)

Zongtongzhenrenxiu: I get that you’re hired to “correctly guide public opinion” but you shouldn’t be so damned obvious about it.  At least your logic should be able to hold water.  I’d also like to ask Mr. Wu Hao, when your little precious pearl was a baby, did you give her Chinese milk powder or imported milk powder?  At least tell us which brands you used.  (Referring to the tainted milk powder scandal.) Thanks. (38 minutes ago)

Fakeyouershi [fuckyou the second]: F your mom.  You really are the P(arty’s) precious little yap dog (37 minutes ago)

Chongqingzhongxinghanjian: And they let this blockhead be a government official.  I’d cry if I had tears. (37 minutes ago)

Yale135: Aren’t you so intimidating! (37 minutes ago)

Luoben [streaking naked]: @Dooo: I totally agree. (referring to the comment that Wu Hao should turn off his computer and deal with the drought) (37 minutes ago)

Zhendejiabuliao [really can’t be fake]: //@ Beijinyandeniniliushi: Who’s the traitor here?  Just look at how much you’ve screwed up this country.  Look at the areas hit by the drought, the melamine kids, the tofu construction kids, the kids messed up by the vaccinations.  I guess you also have a daughter, but then again—aren’t you just going to send her to live abroad? Tell me then, who’s the real traitor? (37 minutes ago)

Sijiermo: @Heyahu: Don’t even try to reason with him.  It’s not like he’ll listen, even if he listens it’s not like he’ll understand, even if he understands it’s not like he’ll do anything about it. (37 minutes ago)

Xipo: “Their 50 cents are worth more than our 5 Yuan”……..It seems that the exchange rate between the dollar and the RMB isn’t quite this ratio.  Are you confused or what? (37 minutes ago)

Heyahu: Actually, as a people we’ve regressed quite a bit.  We don’t even question anymore the existence of internet filters.  All that we want is an actual law that standardizes internet filtering—but they won’t even give us this.  How has the government turned into such a bunch of thugs? (37 minutes ago)

Shenzhenke: By the way, let me ask, even though you’ve arisen to the lofty status of vice minister, just which chunk of the People’s Republic of China do you consider to be “your territory?” (37 minutes ago)

jiagm: Wu Hao, the late propaganda minister’s comment fully exposes the nature of his profession. (37 minutes ago)

Yizhouyiyue: Who are you calling a traitor? You haven’t done a damn thing and yet build yourself an honorific arch while you throw shit on everyone else!  You really have picked up on the family traditions haven’t you!! (37 minutes ago)

Yale135: Who do you consider to be a traitor?  Please provide us with a definition! (37 minutes ago)

Kongfuzi [Confucius]: You’re wrong here.  Supporting or opposing Google is just an expression of one’s thoughts, it’s part of free speech.  You can’t say that those who support Google are traitors, that’s not right.  Using the word traitor does not help us be unified as a people.  It just encourages a sort of narrow-minded nationalism.  Also the word traitor literally means “one who betrays the Han people” but our country has a lot more ethnic groups than just the Han.  What is a Tibetan supported Google, would you still call them a traitor, one who betrays the Han? (37 minutes ago)

Fantengaichengdu [fanteng loves Chengdu]: @ Chongqingzhongxinghanjian: Number 5, it looks like bloggers have quite a lot to say, everyone’s pretty into this, so I guess it’s not as boring as you would have thought. (37 minutes ago)

Sijiermo: Grass mud horses, you guys are like performance artists, keep up the onslaught!  “Grass mud horse, hurry and shut off your computer and save electricity.  Shouldn’t you be worrying more about addressing the drought?” @“The Wu’s Daughter is Growing Up Microblog” (36 minutes ago)

Heyahu: If the only reason you’re turning your back on the people’s basic universal rights is because you’re just afraid of appearing like you are bowing to Western values and ideology, then you’re heading straight for disaster. (36 minutes ago)

Buchengshuderen [immature person]: Is this your PARTY’s kind of democracy…hehe…You can’t tolerate differing opinion….huh>??? (35 minutes ago)

Weibojingdianyulu [classic microblog comment]: Google is the one with stinky feet?  Minister Wu, you really are making a big ass out of yourself.  And to think that I once thought so highly of you. (34 minutes ago)

Sesexiaoxiao: Can I ask what’s really going on with Google?  What is it that makes you hate Google so much? (34 minutes ago)

Sijiermo: “Grass mud horses, you guys are like performance artists, keep up the onslaught!” Grass mud horse, hurry and shut off your computer and save electricity.  Shouldn’t you be worrying more about addressing the drought? @“The Wu’s Daughter is Growing Up Microblog” (34 minutes ago)

Chengshizhengzhilizhi [honest, upright, reasonable]: with this kind of Minister, China is going down the pot.  //@zhangouya:? @Zhibingji: @“The Wu’s Daughter is Growing Up Microblog”: I was originally just going to go to sleep but I see that you’ve bitched someone out again.  As a Minister you should be more careful about what you say!  Don’t forget that you also have to beg for your food, if you displease your master you’ll find yourself in deep shit!  Enough talk.  Behave yourself! (34 minutes ago)

Luoben: If it’s the case that you can accept any criticism, then send my regards to yo’ mama! (34 minutes ago)

Sijiermo: Grass mud horses, you guys are like performance artists, keep up the onslaught! “Grass mud horse, hurry and shut off your computer and save electricity.  Shouldn’t you be worrying more about addressing the drought?” @“The Wu’s Daughter is Growing Up Microblog” (34 minutes ago)

Tianxikeji: @Kongfuzi: this is classic (34 minutes ago)

Jiagm: Can you believe how unintelligent this guy is?  From what I understand the current exchange rate is 6.8 RMB to the dollar.  Why on earth did the Minister say that its 10 to 1? (34 minutes ago)

Sijiermo: “Grass mud horses, you guys are like performance artists, keep up the onslaught!” Grass mud horse, hurry and shut off your computer and save electricity.  Shouldn’t you be worrying more about addressing the drought? @ “The Wu’s Daughter is Growing Up Microblog” (34 minutes ago)

Dahezhiyuan [source of a great river]: Let me ask you Minister: are little kids who like to eat at McDonalds and KFC also traitors?  What about those who license McDonalds and KFC to sell hamburgers in China, what do you call them? Wouldn’t they even be bigger traitors? (34 minutes ago)

Motu: I haven’t made any reactionary comments, so why the hell was I put on a blacklist?  How annoying. (34 minutes ago)

xsir317: I guess he is named Wu after all.  [Wu pronouns as same as "five", which is also the first character of "fifty cents"]And to think this bastard represents Peking University. (34 minutes ago)

Aiweiwei: Watch the S13 (S13 looks like SB which stands for sha-B which roughly means “dumb ass.”) (33 minutes ago)

Honghuangzaiilook: I originally wanted to comment, but then I felt it really wasn’t worth it. (33 minutes ago)

Buzheter [not tossing and turning]: Google’s biggest problem is that it’s not even capable of betraying the country.  Who said it’s all that easy to be a traitor?  Haha! (33 minutes ago)

Shuiguopinpanwushi [fruit plate warrior]: Wu Hao’s Culture Bureau has always been on the cutting edge of censorship and brainwashing.  Other traitors in comparison to Wu Hao are like the little 50 center looking up at the big 50 center. I strongly suspect Wu Hao is an imperialist special agent. (33 minutes ago)

Motu: Has the Minister’s account been hacked into, was that really him? (33 minutes ago)

Wuxingkuaiyuqishi //@zhangyumofashu://@beijinyandeniniliushi: Who’s the traitor here?  Just look at how much you’ve screwed up this country.  Look at the areas hit by the drought, the melamine kids, the tofu construction kids, the kids messed up by the vaccinations. I guess you also have a daughter, but then again—aren’t you just going to send her to live abroad?  Tell me then, who’s the real traitor? (33 minutes ago)

Renminyuebao [(looks like) The People’s Daily]: If it’s the case that everyone who supports Google is a traitor then isn’t the next step to get all the public security experts together to chase people across province lines?  This is not a “contradiction among the people,” this is not a “contradiction between the people and the enemy,” this is a contradiction between humanity’s universal values and a non-human dictatorship. (33 minutes ago)

198Q [(looks like 1989, the year of the Tiananmen Incident)]: So what you’re asking is that your friends clean up your own bullshit? Haha.  I guess they’re your dogshit friends not mine. (33 minutes ago)

Heyahu: I don’t really care about Google, to me they’re just another foreign company.  Google is just concerned about being a bit more “politically correct” is all. As someone who uses the net, I know what kind of a piece Google is.  But let me make this clear to you, you government officials aren’t so great yourselves.  There was no good reason for you to drive out Google.  If there was a good reason why are you being so hush hush about everything?  You won’t you even disclose what you talked about in your discussions with Google?  Are they leaving China?  And then you go and call us traitors.  You in the government are incompetent and shameless. (33 minutes ago)

DonMis: I really don’t get it.  So if a Chinese person likes Google then they are a hanjian, one who betrays the Han.  So would a person from England be a yingjian one who betrays England, or a Japanese person be a rijian, someone from Singapore be a xinjian, someone from the US be a zijian, one who betrays themselves?  How many jian are there? You in the P(arty) and in the G(overnment) are really great aren’t you.  By chasing out Google you’ve prevented even more Chinese people from becoming hanjian. Hehe. (33 minutes ago)

Sijiermo: Grass mud horses, you guys are like performance artists, keep up the onslaught! “Grass mud horse, hurry and shut off your computer and save electricity.  Shouldn’t you be worrying more about addressing the drought?” @ “The Wu’s Daughter is Growing Up Microblog” (33 minutes ago)
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  1. निश्चय ही ब्लॉग और ब्लोगिंग को व्यवस्था की बुराइयों को उजागर करने और किसी भी देश में पारदर्शिता तथा मानवाधिकारों की समुचित सुरक्षा का धारदार हथियार बनाया जा सकता है ,इसके लिए जरूरत है हम सभी ब्लोगरों को एकजुट होकर एक सुरक्षा और आपसी सहयोग तंत्र विकसित करने की /

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