替温家宝李克强发声,《2023终有一别》被删,胡舒立微博清空

第三个话题是替温家宝李克强发声,《2023终有一别》被删,胡舒立微博清空

前两天还有网友在我的频道留言说
以习目前的尊荣和权力地位,温敢当面骂他?想要做克强第二吗?

我的回复是
溫家寶不說話,習近平就不弄他嗎?

这不是财新又发了新文章。

财新文章《2023终有一别》被删 胡舒立微博清空
2024年01月01日 23:13

财新文章《2023终有一别》被删 胡舒立微博清空财新周刊文章《2023终有一别》

2023年的最后一天,中国知名媒体《财新周刊》发文《2023终有一别》,盘点近年离世的中外各界知名人物。但该文刊发后不久就被移除。这是一周之内,财新第二篇文章被删除。而财新传媒社长胡舒立的微博内容也已清空。

继《财新周刊》12月25日刊出社论《重温实事求是思想路线》,多处呼吁邓小平的”实事求是”主张一文被删之后,12月31日,财新网刊出文章《2023终有一别》,盘点近年去世的中外知名人物,包括基辛格、李克强、江平、蒋彦永、高耀洁、朱令等人的图片。其中,李克强的照片排在第一位。

当晚,微博网民转发该文链接时发现,文章已经被“404”(删除),甚至连财新传媒社长胡舒立的微博内容都已清空。众多网民在评论区留言感叹:“财新有心,人间有暖”;“我知道文章看不到了,但是还是想转发纪念这过去的一年”;“它们在怕什么”。

学者:中国何去何从 处在十字路口

中国文史学者何强本周一(1月1日)表示,最近一周,财新连续两篇文章被下架,反映出两个根本性问题,
第一,胡舒立所代表的改革派一向希望通过对官方建言去影响政府,从而制定开明政策;
第二:“目前对于改革的定义,改革的主导权,改革如何才能继续下去,官方和知识界以及民间存在着巨大差异,大家在认知上都有巨大差异。所以,财新的文章被下架,胡舒立的微博清空,其实也代表着中国未来何去何从问题。官方走国家主义的路,还是继续走对外开放的路,处在摇摆不定位置。”

网民在海外社交媒体发布的网页截图显示,《2023终有一别》文章第一张大照片是李克强,其次是基辛格,中间多人配以小照片或无照片;配以大照片的还有已故法学家江平、医生蒋彦永、高耀洁、朱令等人。

学者:中国意识形态矛盾突出 反改革占主导

中国学者严力耕说,以敢言著称的财新杂志文章连续被下架,说明中国思想界、学术界以及政界的思想方向、走什么路存在严重分歧。

他说:“以财新的胡舒立等人为主,基本上代表的是一批比较开明的务实派。与之相反的是,目前在中共党内形成主流、占据意识形态主导地位的应该是与改革开放派、务实派对立的回归文革派,或者说是反改革派。但是这种分歧、分化在普通人眼里,除了财新、胡舒立,别的媒体很罕见。”

12月25日,《财新周刊》刊出社论《重温实事求是思想路线》。文章大量引述中共前领导人邓小平关于改革开放讲话的经典名句“实事求是”,同时也引用中共总书记习近平的讲话“历史反复证明,坚持实事求是,就能兴党兴国;违背实事求是,就会误党误国。”但文章发出数小时后被下架。

此前的11月6日,中国前总理李克强遗体火化后,《财新周刊》发表社论《改革亟须新突破》。文章引用了李克强卸任前的一句话:“长江黄河不会倒流”,批评有人对改革开放阳奉阴违,“民间观感与当年预期之间存在一定温差”等。

严力耕说,中国社会存在着严重分歧和分化,而改革派的声音基本上处于被压制状态。但是在中共党内和民间,这种声音仍然存在,他们偶尔会以某种形式作出强烈的表现。

现在还能发声的,还敢发声的,就只有温家宝了
那位留言的网友很可笑
刚说温家宝不敢发声,财新就又发声打他的脸了
李克强那么憋屈,最后不也是被习近平弄死了
温家宝这么大岁数了
他可能不在乎了
再说,温家宝也是被习近平逼的,
抓了那么工商银行的人,都是温家宝的下属。

英文翻译

To speak out for Wen Jiabao and Li Keqiang, “Farewell in 2023” was deleted, and Hu Shuli’s Weibo was cleared

The third topic is to speak out for Wen Jiabao and Li Keqiang. “Farewell in 2023” was deleted and Hu Shuli’s Weibo was cleared.

Two days ago, some netizens left messages on my channel saying
With Xi’s current position of honor and power, Wen dares to scold him to his face? Do you want to be the second best in Keqiang?

my reply is
If Wen Jiabao doesn’t speak, won’t Xi Jinping mess with him?

This is not a new article published by Caixin.

Caixin article “There will be a farewell in 2023” was deleted and Hu Shuli’s Weibo cleared
January 1, 2024 23:13

Caixin article “There will be a farewell in 2023” was deleted. Hu Shuli’s Weibo deleted Caixin Weekly article “There will be a farewell in 2023”

On the last day of 2023, the well-known Chinese media “Caixin Weekly” published an article “Finally Farewell in 2023”, taking stock of well-known figures from all walks of life at home and abroad who have passed away in recent years. However, the article was removed shortly after being published. This is the second Caixin article to be deleted within a week. The Weibo content of Caixin Media President Hu Shuli has also been cleared.

After “Caixin Weekly” published an editorial “Revisiting the Ideological Line of Seeking Truth from Facts” on December 25 and calling on Deng Xiaoping’s “Seeking Truth from Facts” in many places, the article was deleted. On December 31, Caixin.com published an article “There will be a difference in 2023.” “, taking stock of the pictures of famous Chinese and foreign figures who have died in recent years, including Kissinger, Li Keqiang, Jiang Ping, Jiang Yanyong, Gao Yaojie, Zhu Ling and others. Among them, Li Keqiang’s photo ranks first.

That night, when Weibo netizens forwarded the link to the article, they found that the article had been “404” (deleted), and even the Weibo content of Caixin Media President Hu Shuli had been cleared. Many netizens left messages in the comment area and lamented: “Caixin has a heart, and the world is warm”; “I know I can’t see the article, but I still want to forward it to commemorate the past year”; “What are they afraid of?”

Scholar: Where should China go? At a crossroads

He Qiang, a scholar of Chinese literature and history, said on Monday (January 1) that in the past week, two consecutive Caixin articles were removed from the shelves, reflecting two fundamental issues.
First, the reformists represented by Hu Shuli have always hoped to influence the government through official suggestions and thus formulate enlightened policies;
Second: “Currently, there are huge differences between the official and intellectual circles and the private sector regarding the definition of reform, the leadership of reform, and how to continue reform. Therefore, Caixin’s article was downloaded The clearing of Hu Shuli’s Weibo actually represents the question of where China will go in the future. The official is in a wavering position whether to follow the path of nationalism or continue to follow the path of opening up to the outside world.”

Screenshots of webpages posted by netizens on overseas social media show that the first big photo in the article “2023 will finally be different” is of Li Keqiang, followed by Kissinger. Many people in the middle are accompanied by small photos or no photos; those with large photos include Mr. Therefore, legal scholar Jiang Ping, doctors Jiang Yanyong, Gao Yaojie, Zhu Ling and others.

Scholar: China’s ideological contradictions are prominent and counter-reform is dominant

Chinese scholar Yan Ligeng said that the continuous removal of articles from Caixin magazine, which is known for its outspokenness, shows that there are serious differences in the ideological direction and path of China’s ideological, academic and political circles.

He said: “Hu Shuli and others from Caixin basically represent a group of relatively enlightened pragmatists. On the contrary, those who currently form the mainstream and occupy the dominant ideological position in the CCP should be those related to reform. The liberal faction and the pragmatist faction are opposed to the return to the Cultural Revolution faction, or the anti-reform faction. But in the eyes of ordinary people, this kind of differences and divisions are rare in other media except Caixin and Hu Shuli.”

On December 25, Caixin Weekly published an editorial “Revisiting the Ideological Line of Seeking Truth from Facts.” The article quoted extensively from former leader of the Communist Party of China Deng Xiaoping’s classic line “Seek truth from facts” in his speech on reform and opening up. It also quoted from the speech of General Secretary of the Communist Party of China Xi Jinping, “History has repeatedly proved that if we insist on seeking truth from facts, we can rejuvenate the party and the country; if we go against the rule of seeking truth from facts, we will mislead the party.” country.” However, the article was removed from the shelves a few hours after it was posted.

Previously, on November 6, after the remains of former Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang were cremated, Caixin Weekly published an editorial titled “Reform Urgently Needs New Breakthroughs.” The article quoted Li Keqiang’s words before leaving office: “The Yangtze and Yellow Rivers will not flow backwards.” It criticized some people for being obedient to reform and opening up, and “there is a certain temperature difference between the public perception and the expectations of the year.”

Yan Ligeng said that there are serious differences and divisions in Chinese society, and the voices of reformists are basically suppressed. However, such voices still exist within the CCP and among the people, and they occasionally make strong expressions in some form.

The only one who can still speak out and dare to speak out is Wen Jiabao.
The netizen who left the message is ridiculous
Just when Wen Jiabao was told that he did not dare to speak out, Caixin spoke up again and slapped him in the face.
Li Keqiang was so aggrieved, wasn’t he killed by Xi Jinping in the end?
Wen Jiabao is so old
He probably doesn’t care anymore
Besides, Wen Jiabao was also forced by Xi Jinping.
Those who arrested so many people from ICBC were all Wen Jiabao’s subordinates.

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