央视芮成钢提问 挑战美国大使遭网络炮轰 [Chinese Netizens Defend Ambassador Locke Against CCTV’s Challenge]

央视芮成钢提问 挑战美国大使遭网络炮轰 [Chinese Netizens Defend Ambassador
Locke Against CCTV’s Challenge]

2011年9月13日,骆家辉在大连召开的世界经济论坛新领军者年会上。(Getty Images)
【大纪元2011年09月15日讯】(大纪元记者骆亚报导)在2011年世界经济论坛新领军者年会上,央视主持人芮成钢向美驻华大使骆家辉就坐经济舱问题发难,遭到网络炮轰和嘲笑。
9月14至16日,2011年世界经济论坛新领军者年会(即第五届夏季达沃斯论坛)在大连举行。骆家辉在论坛上接受中国媒体记者采访,中共官媒央视主持人芮成钢嘲讽骆家辉:“大使先生,听说您是坐经济舱来的,这是否在提醒大家,美国欠中国钱?”

骆家辉平静回答:作为政府官员,不管是我们领事馆的官员还是北京大使馆的,也包括总统的内阁成员,一般的规则就是坐飞机时坐经济舱。

他还表示,自己代表了美国人的真实做法,希望展示的这种开放性,能够让中美两国人民更多地认识彼此,打破一些壁垒,消除误解,尽管我们有些文化、政治、经济和哲学方面存在差异。

广东律师梅春来分析说,芮成钢蓄谋已久的话,目的是想代表中国当权官员羞辱一下骆家辉,但骆家辉随后那一段言论不仅没有让骆家辉难堪,反而让芮成钢闹了个满脸红,更让那些自我感觉良好的政府官员无地自容。

梅春来表示:“从芮成钢的话里分析,我们似乎比美国佬牛多了,因为美国还欠我们的钱,我们是债主,我们国家有的是钱……我们的实况是一大批老人没钱养老,一大批孩子上不起学,甚至是有些智障的儿童被卖到黑矿去做工,我们现在是生不起孩子,死不起老人,上不起医院,面对这样的实情,已有媒体责问为什么解决不了这些问题,官方回答:我们没有钱。”

 


央视主持人芮成钢曾代表全亚洲向美国总统奥巴马发问(视频截图)

芮成钢的问题被网络各处转载,引起民愤。很多网友认为他的问题实在是太愚蠢,无法理解,甚至有网友嘲笑他是卧底,故意令党国难堪。

网友“蟋蟀他哥”说:“把一个当局希望尽快遗忘的事情重新提起,引发围观,我怀疑芮记者是美国的卧底……”

而网友“wchp006”接口表示,这还不是最关键的,最关键的是,总用最傻的问题让世界人清楚:原来美国才是对的,中共政府才是错的,这要不是卧底,实在是说不过去了。

不过骆家辉上任时轻车简从,乘坐经济舱不做VIP等,尽管引起中国民众的关注和好评,但却遭到中共喉舌攻击。前不久光明网一篇署名文章《警惕骆家辉带来的美国“新殖民主义”》,对新任美国驻中国大使骆家辉亲民予以讥讽,称之为“收揽民心”,想“以华治华”,更冠之以美国“新殖民主义”、“文化殖民主义”。引起网络极大反响。

因此有网友感叹表示,芮成钢嘲笑美驻华大使骆家辉出行坐经济舱,党媒呼吁警惕骆家辉的新殖民主义;另一边是湖北省委巡视组13人赴贫困县秭归县巡视,20余天花费80.19万元,喝了30瓶酒,抽了55条烟;购置两部手机,10部平板电脑。新殖民主义?我不介意!

而央视主持芮成钢的出格,并非首次,去年11月12日,在韩国首尔20国集团峰会落幕之际,芮成钢在奥巴马记者会上抢韩国媒体的提问机会,并自称“代表亚洲”惹来非议。众网友表示;对不起,我们不需要你代表。有媒体报导称,芮成钢此举只是被豢养的一些文士利用自身的话语权来为主人造势而已。

而在2009年伦敦G20峰会的千人记者会上,芮成钢向奥巴马提出了两个问题,自称第一个问题是代表中国问的,第二个却是代表全世界,也遭到大量的炮轰。

同样,这次芮成钢言论再度遭到网络围攻,网友“伏拉迪奥斯托”表示,长着一个专制下成长的典型封建脑袋,却非常自以为是,所说的每句话都愚蠢得让人鄙视。

网友“无敌白菜皮皮”表示,中国的领导出行前呼后拥,场面阔气,难道是提醒中国人民欠领导的钱?

网友“rosslaw”表示,芮的问话简直就像一土财主,呵。但没人逼你去买美国国债,是你抢着买的,就如今市场的风险规避来说,你是得便宜还要卖乖。

网友“杰迪归来”表示,小人得志便猖狂,这就是中国人始终不能得到真正尊重的原因。寡廉鲜耻。

网友“临泉之树”表示,听说你上次代表了亚洲,让世界第一强国的总统奥巴马差点下不来台,这次不知又代表了谁,冷嘲热讽了一次美国的大使骆家辉,既然你这么牛逼,为什么不问问我们的高官:问问他们为什么物价这么高?房价这么高?问问他们为什么有人看不起病,上不起学?问问他们为什么现在腐败成风?问问他们什么时候政务透明,财产公开?问问他们中国什么时候实现公平公正?

http://epochtimes.com/gb/11/9/15/n3373017.htm

Chinese Netizens Defend Ambassador Locke Against CCTV’s Challenge

By Luo Ya
Epoch Times Staff Created: Sep 16, 2011 Last
Updated:
Sep 17, 2011

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U.S. Ambassador to China Gary Locke speaks at the World
Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting of New
Champions in Dalian, China on Sept. 13. When the forum’s host, Rui Chenggang,
asked Locke a flippant question, Chinese netizens raced to Locke’s defense.
(Getty Images)

When a CCTV host posed a flippant question
to U.S. Ambassador Gary Locke, not only did the ambassador handle it
courteously, but Chinese netizens raced to his defense.

Ambassador Locke
was interviewed at the World Economic Forum in Dalian on Sept. 14. The host, Rui
Chenggang of the state-owned CCTV asked him, “I hear you flew here coach. Is
that a reminder that the United States owes China money?”

“As government
officials, whether we are officials posted to consulates or to the embassy in
Beijing, including members of the president’s cabinet, the general rule is to fly economy,” replied
Locke
.

Locke went on to say that he represents the American way. He
hoped that his openness can help the people of China and the United States learn
more about each other, break barriers, and dispel misunderstandings, though
there may still be some differences of culture, politics, economics, and
philosophy.

Rui, however, continued to rip into Locke’s reply on his
blog
, saying, “He seizes every occasion and opportunity and spares no effort
to publicize and promote American values. He only talks about what is good about
the United States, but seldom mentions what is bad about the United States. It’s
his job. He is probably someone who likes to be noticed and is the best at
showing himself off among all the U.S. diplomatic staff in China.”

Defending Locke

Commenting on the CCTV host’s challenging question, Guangdong lawyer Mei Chunlai told the Epoch Times: “The question was
one which Rui, backed by powerful Party members, had carefully constructed to
insult Locke. However, because of the common-sense reply, Locke not only was not
humiliated, but made Rui look embarrassed. The Ambassador unintentionally made
those smug Chinese officials feel quite ashamed.”

“From Rui’s words,”
Mei continued, “it seems we Chinese are much better than the United States
because they owe us money. We are the creditor. Our country has plenty of
money….”

“But the reality is that we have many elderly people who have
no money to live, children who cannot afford to go to school, and some mentally
retarded children are even sold to work in coal mines. We can’t afford proper
natal care, the elderly can’t afford to die, and many people can’t afford health care. Facing this reality, some media have
questioned why [the state] doesn’t solve these problems. The officials answered,
‘We don’t have the money,’” Mei said.

Rui’s question has been re-posted
everywhere on the Internet. It has been constantly ridiculed and many people
think his question was really crass.

“I hope my idol Rui can ask Chinese
officials, ‘You always fly first class. Is this a reminder that you owe the
people a lot of money?’” commented Li Chengpeng, a well-known blogger. These
words have been re-posted more than 22,000 times, and garnered more than 7,600
comments.
(Http://t.sina.cn/dpool/ttt/home.php?uid=1189591617&vt=3)

“The
comment reminds the rest of us what the authorities would like us to forget as
soon as possible, and so has attracted much attention,” Li said.

Another
netizen wrote, “I suspect that Rui is an undercover agent for the United
States," since his comment backfired.

As an example of comments to Rui’s
own blog, Huang Haoyuan wrote, “Officials from other countries who are
industrious and thrifty are considered by Rui to be “show-offs.” Then, what
about our own officials who squander public funds?”

From the beginning
of his diplomatic assignment, Locke has behaved with simplicity. He flew economy
class to China, and he and his family carried their own bags after they
deplaned. These simple acts have drawn attention and praise from the Chinese
people, but have been attacked by the CCP’s mouthpiece media.

 

An article, “Be warned of the neo American
Colonialism from Gary Locke” posted on Guangming.net mocked Locke’s behavior and
dubbed it as American “Neo-colonialism” and “Cultural
Colonialism
.” The article has caused heated discussions on the Internet.

Perhaps Locke, of Chinese descent
and the only Chinese-American to have yet served as a Governor, was unwittingly
reminding the world of Confucius’ saying, “He who does not economize will have
to agonize.”

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