腾讯都不敢封的号:美国驻华大使馆 2020-09-11撰文 “中华人民共和国虚伪的宣传系统”(【更新】微信文章被删除了)

aeo60189
搬运一下
aeo60189
这是布兰斯塔德大使拟发表的署名文章:
布兰斯塔德大使署名文章: 基于对等重置关系   我们长期以来总说我们想要有建设性、重结果的对华关系,这个观点没有改变。有建设性的关系意味着我们不仅要对我们共同的利益诚实坦率,也要对让我们产生分歧的问题开诚布公。我们需要的不仅是不停地重申我们各自的利益,还有真正让我们的人民受益的切实成果。   从美国的角度来看,我们取得的进展少之又少。多年以来,中国领导层呼吁我们专注于合作的领域,同时搁置我们的分歧。而这些年来,美国同意了这种处理方式,期望随着时间的推移,我们也会着手解决我们的关切。但是中国领导层利用了这种处理方式。中国领导层常常坚持要求我们对分歧避而不谈,以此作为接触的前提。有时,中国领导层做出了承诺要着手解决我们的关切,但却未能跟进行动。结果就是我们的关系带来的对美国人民重要的结果越来越少。   同时,这段关系变得越来越不平衡。一个例子是对于美国公司、新闻工作者、外交官乃至公民社会来说不平等的准入机会。作为一个开放的社会,美国欢迎了中国公司进入我们的市场,向美国消费者售卖产品,进行投资和参与项目竞标,还有募集资金。我们欢迎了中国学生和研究人员来我们的大学和实验室,他们在这里获取了知识用来实现中国经济的现代化和发展。当美国新闻工作者在报道、甚至进入中国都面临限制时,中国的国家媒体工作人员却可以长久以来在美国不受限地进行报道。中华人民共和国的外交官可以不受限地进入美国社会,而我们在中国的外交官需要应对一套国家批准系统,哪怕是和中国人民进行最基本的互动。   中国政府在从我们的开放获益的同时利用了我们的开放——以一种与国际准则越来越不一致的方式。有些中国实体收购了美国公司不是为了创造工作机会,而是为了获得技术,然后拿到中国,进行开发与我们竞争。有些中国公司在我们的股票交易市场募集了资金,但拒绝接受标准的审计规则,而所有其他上市公司都被要求遵从这些规则,无论是美国公司还是外国公司。一小部分中国学生和研究人员利用进入我们的大学、研究机构和公司的机会窃取美国的知识产权。这些行动不仅损害了我们的双边关系,还让非凡而合理的经济进步——中国人民正当地为之骄傲——蒙上污点。   特朗普总统上任,发誓要让整体关系更加平衡和对等。第一阶段贸易协议和美国最近的政策行动是我们寻求为美国利益攸关方创造真正的公平竞争环境的重要一步。许多人声称,这是为了阻挠中国合理的发展愿望,为了 "遏制 "中国的崛起或者为了与中国 "脱钩"。这完全是错误的。当前美中关系紧张的根本原因,是中国长期以来的策略只选择性地与美国 "挂钩"、系统性地控制美国人进入中国社会。在我们的大学中,我们继续欢迎绝大多数的中国学生,但我们已采取行动,对那些非法获取美国知识产权和研究成果的人,或那些获取知识以便在21 世纪的前沿技术领域与我们进行不公平竞争的人拒发签证。我们还对中国公司采取了行动,其中包括像华为这样的知名公司, 这些公司窃取了美国的知识产权,规避了美国的出口管制,或对我们公民的私人数据和通讯网络安全构成了威胁。   我们是两个不同的国家,有着不同的历史。美国继续从自己的错误中吸取教训,为创造更好的未来继续前行。我们希望中国也能如此。在这一努力中, 我们需要建立相互理解和真正对等的基础。这必须从中国政府愿意解决我们对两国关系失衡的关切开始,并允许我们两国人民通过不受限制的交往和未经审查删除的讨论来建立关系。只有到那时,我才能享有与中国人民交往的自由,就像我们保证崔大使在美国所做的那样,也只有到那时,我们才能拥有真正对等和真正平衡的关系。
了解更多: https://china.usembassy-china.org.cn/zh/the-hypocrisy-of-the-prcs-propaganda-system-zh/ 
The Hypocrisy of the PRC’s Propaganda System
On September 9, the Chinese Communist Party’s main propaganda newspaper, the People’s Daily, refused to run an Op-ed written by our Ambassador in Beijing, Terry Branstad, citing a litany of grievances. Ironically, the Op-ed called for more positive relations between our two countries and asked to “build relationships through unrestricted engagement and uncensored discussion.” The People’s Daily’s response once again exposes the Chinese Communist Party’s fear of free speech and serious intellectual debate – as well as Beijing’s hypocrisy when it complains about lack of fair and reciprocal treatment in other countries.
In contrast, in our vibrant and confident democracy, Chinese government officials have enjoyed the ability to talk directly to the American people and provided its government’s views through our free media. China’s Ambassador to the U.S. Cui Tiankai alone has published five Op-eds this year in prominent U.S. news outlets such as the Washington Post and Politico, and given exclusive interviews to the likes of CNN and CBS. China’s Foreign Ministry and state-owned propaganda organs like the Global Times and China Daily regularly use free access to American social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook to attack our policies, our way of life, and the very system that protects their ability to speak freely. They do this in other democratic countries, too.
If Communist China is sincere about becoming a mature power and strengthening relations with the free world, General Secretary Xi Jinping’s government would respect the right for Western diplomats to speak directly to the Chinese people, allow foreign journalists back into China, and stop the intimidation and harassment of investigative journalists, foreign and Chinese, who strive to uphold the integrity of the fifth estate to serve the public good. Their refusal to do so shows just how much China’s unelected Party elites fear their own people’s free-thinking and the free world’s judgment about their governance practices inside China.
This is Ambassador Branstad’s proposed op-ed:
Resetting the Relationship Based on Reciprocity by The Honorable Terry Branstad, U.S. Ambassador to China   We have long said we want a constructive, results-oriented relationship with China, and that view has not changed. A constructive relationship means that we are honest and candid not only about our shared interests, but also about the issues that divide us. We need not just endless reaffirmations of our respective interests, but concrete outcomes that truly benefit our peoples.   From a U.S. perspective, we have made too little progress. For years, the Chinese leadership has urged us to focus on areas of cooperation while setting aside our differences, and for years, the United States had agreed to that approach in the expectation that, over time, we would address our concerns as well. But the Chinese leadership has exploited this approach. Often it has insisted we sweep differences under the table as a prerequisite for engagement. Sometimes it made promises to address our concerns yet failed to follow up. As a result, our relationship has delivered fewer and fewer of the results that matter to the American people.   At the same time, the relationship became increasingly imbalanced. An example is unequal access for U.S. companies, journalists, diplomats, and even civil society. As an open society, the United States has welcomed Chinese companies into our markets to sell products to American consumers, to invest and bid on projects, and to raise capital. We have welcomed Chinese students and researchers into our universities and laboratories, where they have acquired knowledge to modernize and develop China’s economy. While U.S. journalists face restrictions on reporting and even entering China, Chinese state media workers have long enjoyed open access in the United States. PRC diplomats have open access to American society, while our diplomats in China are required to navigate a state approval system for even the most basic engagements with the Chinese people.   The Chinese government, while benefiting from our openness, has exploited it – in a way that is increasingly inconsistent with international norms. Some Chinese entities have purchased American companies not to create jobs, but to acquire technology that is then taken back to China and developed to compete against us. Some Chinese companies have raised money on our stock exchanges yet refused to subject themselves to the standard auditing rules required by all other listed companies, U.S. or foreign. A small number of Chinese students and researchers use access to our universities, research facilities and companies to steal American intellectual property. These actions have not only harmed our bilateral relations but also tarnished the remarkable legitimate economic progress that the Chinese people are rightfully proud of.   President Trump came to office vowing to make the overall relationship more balanced and reciprocal. The phase one trade deal and recent U.S. policy actions are an important step in our quest to create a genuine level playing field for American stakeholders. Many claim this is an effort to thwart China’s legitimate development aspirations, to “contain” China’s rise, or to “decouple” from China. This is categorically false. The root cause of the current tensions in the relationship is China’s longstanding strategy of only selectively “coupling” with the United States and systematically controlling the access of Americans to Chinese society. At our universities, we continue to welcome the vast majority of Chinese students, but we have taken action to deny visas to those who illegally acquire U.S. intellectual property and research results, or who gain knowledge in order to compete unfairly with us in the cutting edge technologies of the 21st century. We have also taken action against Chinese companies, including well known ones like Huawei, that have stolen U.S. intellectual property, circumvented U.S. export controls, or posed a threat to the security of our citizens’ private data and our communication networks.   We are two different nations with different pasts. The United States continues to learn from its mistakes and push forward to forge a better future. We hope that China can do the same. In this endeavor, we will need to build a foundation for understanding and true reciprocity. It must start with the Chinese government being willing to address our concerns about the imbalance in the relationship and allowing our two peoples to build relationships through unrestricted engagement and uncensored discussion. Only then will I enjoy the freedoms to engage the Chinese people that we guarantee Ambassador Cui in the United States, and only then will we have genuine reciprocity and a genuinely balanced relationship.
Read more here:  https://china.usembassy-china.org.cn/zh/the-hypocrisy-of-the-prcs-propaganda-system-zh/
denis_sis
说的是事实
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akara1101
之前还可以转,刚刚不能转了,没有留言,但是有1.5万点赞现在
aeo60189
之前还可以转,刚刚不能转了,没有留言,但是有1.5万点赞现在
akara1101 发表于 2020-09-11 08:28

腾讯很为难。封吧不敢 !不处理把过后要被CCP打屁股
rush03
这篇文章已经删除了,应该是得到上级批准了。
stainlessbelief
一点没错,五毛们利用这里的言论自由攻击美国政府和川普。
批评美国政府是普世价值,批评CCP就是反华,流氓逻辑。
aeo60189
好好读一读 少有的不用翻墙看的好文 摆事实 讲道理 逻辑清晰 哪天CCP能放在台面上正面对杠 逐条驳斥美帝国主义 那就是国家有希望了。
当然这一切都不会发。只会派叼盘胡之流强烈谴责,再威胁下一千枚核弹毁灭人类


aeo60189
这篇文章已经删除了,应该是得到上级批准了。
rush03 发表于 2020-09-11 08:31

去看了 下,大使馆的公众号还在但文章的确访问不了了 还好搬运了下。可惜了 墙内看不到了

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akara1101
这篇文章已经删除了,应该是得到上级批准了。
rush03 发表于 2020-09-11 08:31


手速啊,微信的还真删了,删前最后看了1.6万赞了,呵呵
aeo60189

手速啊,微信的还真删了,删前最后看了1.6万赞了,呵呵
akara1101 发表于 2020-09-11 08:37

文章已经 被删除了
Monkey_baby
说好的自信呢?
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gatobarb
这就是腾讯遏制言论自由的铁证了。
Fushishan
君子和流氓根本没法打交道
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warmwinter
对等啊,省着天天喊人家怎么不君子了,自己天天耍流氓
六月天
谢谢搬运。微信胆够大
kewiu
这下子美国是不是要对等,把胡叼盘的文章删了?
Sisyphus
希望对等,其实美国大使馆还可以给所有去大使馆馆发纸质的文章哎,还可以在其他各个国家的中文报上发啊
六月天
我也转一个,人日刚刚发的外交部要求“对等”
【外交部:#中方对美驻华使领馆人员活动采取对等限制#】问:中方9月3日曾批评了美国务院对中国驻美使领馆及其人员活动进一步采取限制措施,并表示将根据形势发展作出正当必要反应。请问中方是否采取了具体措施? 答:正如中方9月3日指出,去年10月以来,美国务院对中国驻美使领馆及其人员在美正常履职多次出台限制措施。美方做法严重违反国际法和国际关系基本准则,严重干扰中美关系和双边正常交往。 为敦促美方及早撤销其错误做法,中方已于近日发出外交照会,对美驻华使领馆包括美驻香港总领馆及其人员的活动采取对等限制,有关措施涉及美驻华使领馆包括美驻香港总领馆的高级外交官及其他所有人员。 必须指出,中方上述举措是对美方错误行径作出的正当、必要反应。中方将继续支持两国各界开展正常交流与合作。中国驻美使领馆将继续与美国各界保持正常交往。我们再次敦促美方立即纠正错误,撤销限制中国驻美使领馆及其人员活动的无理做法。中方将根据美方行动作出对等回应。
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mightyjohn
怪谁呢?美国人30年后才意识到这个问题?要不是美国精英阶层立捧,中国能这么牛?华尔街,好莱坞,硅谷,可都是站在中国一边的,在美国骂美国,在中国骂美国,一副道貌岸然道德高尚人类命运共同体的样子。
巴山夜雨16
这样的帖子我也想看看五毛们会怎么洗,LOL
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crab7
中国是个只讲拳头不讲道理的地方 说这么多还不如炸个海南人造岛对土工有说服力。
cauchy
土共:昏君当道,气数已尽
luoguo
拟发表的署名文章还行啊,无非就是说烂了的话官方又表了一遍
lakeway
如果我把美国大使馆微博的文章截图发微信朋友圈,能发出去吗?
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akara1101
如果我把美国大使馆微博的文章截图发微信朋友圈,能发出去吗?

lakeway 发表于 2020-09-11 10:18

手抄一遍发估计可以,一时半会儿不会被删,不过不知道朋友圈有没有举报功能,以及朋友圈有没有猥琐粉红举报你,哈哈
lindalin8899
美国过去太二了,给了流氓政府那么多机会!
Jiesong
如果我把美国大使馆微博的文章截图发微信朋友圈,能发出去吗?

lakeway 发表于 2020-09-11 10:18

你会被封号吧……
noshock
回复 3楼aeo60189的帖子
这个大使的文章得体而真实,但是不合大陆的党文化。
jacinth
最初想发报纸,不准,只能发微博,又被删,可怜。
湫湫
早上起来,看见国内微博上爱国贼还在骂微信不删这篇文章,要去举报微信呢。
湫湫
推特现在可以把本着对等把赵华胡全都封了吧,成全他们在墙内不要非法翻墙了。
dizia0220
美国过去太二了,给了流氓政府那么多机会!
lindalin8899 发表于 2020-09-11 10:21

主要是当时的掌权派如基辛格之流都被黄金蓝了,在巨大的个人利益面前,国家的利益是可以牺牲的。
PvZ_2
你们说那些个自我标榜不是五毛大外宣的艾迪,比如在欧洲的爱长篇大论批评美国的那位,会不会也写个长篇来反驳美国驻华大使的这篇文章?我赌五毛她不会🤪
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shiashia
美国怎么那么傻呢
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shiashia
太天真了,中国是不会变的,流氓是它的底色
EEswine
一点没错,五毛们利用这里的言论自由攻击美国政府和川普。
批评美国政府是普世价值,批评CCP就是反华,流氓逻辑。

stainlessbelief 发表于 2020-09-11 08:32

言论自由,我党最新的表述是“遵守各国当地法律”,意思就是,我们的法律要求在国内审查删贴,媒体姓党,你们要遵守,你们的大使不能在我们的媒体上发文章;你们的法律要保护国内言论自由,所以我们遵守了呀,我们的大使可以在你们的媒体上发文章。
ysyyrps
言论自由,我党最新的表述是“遵守各国当地法律”,意思就是,我们的法律要求在国内审查删贴,媒体姓党,你们要遵守,你们的大使不能在我们的媒体上发文章;你们的法律要保护国内言论自由,所以我们遵守了呀,我们的大使可以在你们的媒体上发文章。
EEswine 发表于 2020-09-11 11:57

言论自由是写进中国宪法的 当然国内嘛,宪法跟狗屁一样
EEswine
言论自由是写进中国宪法的 当然国内嘛,宪法跟狗屁一样
ysyyrps 发表于 2020-09-11 12:01

宪法中的言论自由是有定义的,是有支持赞美社会主义的言论自由,批评制度和政府的言论会被归结到煽动颠覆政权,就不受宪法言论自由的保护了,当然宪法肯定不如治安管理条例好使了。
bigjohn123456
言论自由,我党最新的表述是“遵守各国当地法律”,意思就是,我们的法律要求在国内审查删贴,媒体姓党,你们要遵守,你们的大使不能在我们的媒体上发文章;你们的法律要保护国内言论自由,所以我们遵守了呀,我们的大使可以在你们的媒体上发文章。
EEswine 发表于 2020-09-11 11:57

错,中国从来就没有新闻出版法,怕被人抓住把柄落了口实。 都是领导打电话下指示删帖禁言
宣传委员
言论自由是写进中国宪法的 当然国内嘛,宪法跟狗屁一样
ysyyrps 发表于 2020-09-11 12:01

200斤说了,宪法顶个球。 貌似某个大学就有这样一个雕塑,你可以放狗找找哈
stainlessbelief
言论自由,我党最新的表述是“遵守各国当地法律”,意思就是,我们的法律要求在国内审查删贴,媒体姓党,你们要遵守,你们的大使不能在我们的媒体上发文章;你们的法律要保护国内言论自由,所以我们遵守了呀,我们的大使可以在你们的媒体上发文章。
EEswine 发表于 2020-09-11 11:57

你党的宪法明文规定有言论自由,你党也没有法律要求删帖和不能批评你党,所以你党的做法硬要从法律层面来说是站不住脚的。
不过你党从来视宪法为垃圾,从来是好话说尽坏事做绝。
农村男
说的是事实,手动点赞
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redsnail
这都敢删,微信估计是真要被禁了。
Ruth
推特现在可以把本着对等把赵华胡全都封了吧,成全他们在墙内不要非法翻墙了。
湫湫 发表于 2020-09-11 10:58

这样的话。。。华人网之类的地方,会更热闹吧,不太好啊
EEswine
错,中国从来就没有新闻出版法,怕被人抓住把柄落了口实。 都是领导打电话下指示删帖禁言
bigjohn123456 发表于 2020-09-11 12:20

是的,微信删贴给的理由都是:涉嫌违反相关法律法规和政策,这个"政策“怎么解释都行。
EEswine
你党的宪法明文规定有言论自由,你党也没有法律要求删帖和不能批评你党,所以你党的做法硬要从法律层面来说是站不住脚的。
不过你党从来视宪法为垃圾,从来是好话说尽坏事做绝。
stainlessbelief 发表于 2020-09-11 12:33

”你党也没有法律要求删帖和不能批评你党“,我党从来没说过法律没禁止的就可以做呀,法律也不会规定清楚哪些可以做,保持模糊方便党实事求是的态度随时调整政策。
宣传委员
”你党也没有法律要求删帖和不能批评你党“,我党从来没说过法律没禁止的就可以做呀,法律也不会规定清楚哪些可以做,保持模糊方便党实事求是的态度随时调整政策。
EEswine 发表于 2020-09-11 13:44

错,李克强说过
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richey
现在党变的越来越奸猾,以前中宣部还有文件下达,有时候会泄露出来,现在都不留文字,直接电话通知,不留痕迹。 即使有人说出来,党也可以否认,还可以上5毛搅混水。


stainlessbelief
这个帖子之所以不火,是因为五毛们还没接到通知怎么洗。
EEswine
回复 49楼宣传委员的帖子
请给出出处。另外,这帖子没五毛参与,都没有热度。
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sillynut
封杀微信毫不犹豫
宣传委员
这个帖子之所以不火,是因为五毛们还没接到通知怎么洗。

stainlessbelief 发表于 2020-09-11 14:13

这真是难为死五毛们了!
iweyr
赶快顶一顶,别沉了

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warmwinter
不该一个世界混
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vcvcvc2005
你们说那些个自我标榜不是五毛大外宣的艾迪,比如在欧洲的爱长篇大论批评美国的那位,会不会也写个长篇来反驳美国驻华大使的这篇文章?我赌五毛她不会🤪
PvZ_2 发表于 2020-09-11 11:05

她是大外宣吗?
Hardgrass
这该怎么洗啊,真为那些东东发愁。充其量只能笼统地说 歪曲事实,漏洞百出之类的了
Moonlightlady
感谢楼主搬运,早上看到这个标题的时候就已经被删除了。
冰是睡着的水
各国领事馆下面一般是安全的,直接删除影响太坏
Jco_Lin55
这怎么洗?
宣传委员
回复 49楼宣传委员的帖子
请给出出处。另外,这帖子没五毛参与,都没有热度。
EEswine 发表于 2020-09-11 14:16

应该是李克强某次谈话,有创业者问他,他的回答是法无禁止皆可行
宣传委员
她是大外宣吗?
vcvcvc2005 发表于 2020-09-11 14:25

她不是大外宣吗?
mindstorm
搬运一下

aeo60189 发表于 2020-09-11 08:21

个人表示支持对等。美国官方的报纸可以拒绝任何中国官方,大使的发言。
等等,好象TWITTER不是官方的。。。

mindstorm
这是布兰斯塔德大使拟发表的署名文章:
布兰斯塔德大使署名文章: 基于对等重置关系   我们长期以来总说我们想要有建设性、重结果的对华关系,这个观点没有改变。有建设性的关系意味着我们不仅要对我们共同的利益诚实坦率,也要对让我们产生分歧的问题开诚布公。我们需要的不仅是不停地重申我们各自的利益,还有真正让我们的人民受益的切实成果。   从美国的角度来看,我们取得的进展少之又少。多年以来,中国领导层呼吁我们专注于合作的领域,同时搁置我们的分歧。而这些年来,美国同意了这种处理方式,期望随着时间的推移,我们也会着手解决我们的关切。但是中国领导层利用了这种处理方式。中国领导层常常坚持要求我们对分歧避而不谈,以此作为接触的前提。有时,中国领导层做出了承诺要着手解决我们的关切,但却未能跟进行动。结果就是我们的关系带来的对美国人民重要的结果越来越少。   同时,这段关系变得越来越不平衡。一个例子是对于美国公司、新闻工作者、外交官乃至公民社会来说不平等的准入机会。作为一个开放的社会,美国欢迎了中国公司进入我们的市场,向美国消费者售卖产品,进行投资和参与项目竞标,还有募集资金。我们欢迎了中国学生和研究人员来我们的大学和实验室,他们在这里获取了知识用来实现中国经济的现代化和发展。当美国新闻工作者在报道、甚至进入中国都面临限制时,中国的国家媒体工作人员却可以长久以来在美国不受限地进行报道。中华人民共和国的外交官可以不受限地进入美国社会,而我们在中国的外交官需要应对一套国家批准系统,哪怕是和中国人民进行最基本的互动。   中国政府在从我们的开放获益的同时利用了我们的开放——以一种与国际准则越来越不一致的方式。有些中国实体收购了美国公司不是为了创造工作机会,而是为了获得技术,然后拿到中国,进行开发与我们竞争。有些中国公司在我们的股票交易市场募集了资金,但拒绝接受标准的审计规则,而所有其他上市公司都被要求遵从这些规则,无论是美国公司还是外国公司。一小部分中国学生和研究人员利用进入我们的大学、研究机构和公司的机会窃取美国的知识产权。这些行动不仅损害了我们的双边关系,还让非凡而合理的经济进步——中国人民正当地为之骄傲——蒙上污点。   特朗普总统上任,发誓要让整体关系更加平衡和对等。第一阶段贸易协议和美国最近的政策行动是我们寻求为美国利益攸关方创造真正的公平竞争环境的重要一步。许多人声称,这是为了阻挠中国合理的发展愿望,为了 "遏制 "中国的崛起或者为了与中国 "脱钩"。这完全是错误的。当前美中关系紧张的根本原因,是中国长期以来的策略只选择性地与美国 "挂钩"、系统性地控制美国人进入中国社会。在我们的大学中,我们继续欢迎绝大多数的中国学生,但我们已采取行动,对那些非法获取美国知识产权和研究成果的人,或那些获取知识以便在21 世纪的前沿技术领域与我们进行不公平竞争的人拒发签证。我们还对中国公司采取了行动,其中包括像华为这样的知名公司, 这些公司窃取了美国的知识产权,规避了美国的出口管制,或对我们公民的私人数据和通讯网络安全构成了威胁。   我们是两个不同的国家,有着不同的历史。美国继续从自己的错误中吸取教训,为创造更好的未来继续前行。我们希望中国也能如此。在这一努力中, 我们需要建立相互理解和真正对等的基础。这必须从中国政府愿意解决我们对两国关系失衡的关切开始,并允许我们两国人民通过不受限制的交往和未经审查删除的讨论来建立关系。只有到那时,我才能享有与中国人民交往的自由,就像我们保证崔大使在美国所做的那样,也只有到那时,我们才能拥有真正对等和真正平衡的关系。
了解更多: https://china.usembassy-china.org.cn/zh/the-hypocrisy-of-the-prcs-propaganda-system-zh/ 
The Hypocrisy of the PRC’s Propaganda System
On September 9, the Chinese Communist Party’s main propaganda newspaper, the People’s Daily, refused to run an Op-ed written by our Ambassador in Beijing, Terry Branstad, citing a litany of grievances. Ironically, the Op-ed called for more positive relations between our two countries and asked to “build relationships through unrestricted engagement and uncensored discussion.” The People’s Daily’s response once again exposes the Chinese Communist Party’s fear of free speech and serious intellectual debate – as well as Beijing’s hypocrisy when it complains about lack of fair and reciprocal treatment in other countries.
In contrast, in our vibrant and confident democracy, Chinese government officials have enjoyed the ability to talk directly to the American people and provided its government’s views through our free media. China’s Ambassador to the U.S. Cui Tiankai alone has published five Op-eds this year in prominent U.S. news outlets such as the Washington Post and Politico, and given exclusive interviews to the likes of CNN and CBS. China’s Foreign Ministry and state-owned propaganda organs like the Global Times and China Daily regularly use free access to American social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook to attack our policies, our way of life, and the very system that protects their ability to speak freely. They do this in other democratic countries, too.
If Communist China is sincere about becoming a mature power and strengthening relations with the free world, General Secretary Xi Jinping’s government would respect the right for Western diplomats to speak directly to the Chinese people, allow foreign journalists back into China, and stop the intimidation and harassment of investigative journalists, foreign and Chinese, who strive to uphold the integrity of the fifth estate to serve the public good. Their refusal to do so shows just how much China’s unelected Party elites fear their own people’s free-thinking and the free world’s judgment about their governance practices inside China.
This is Ambassador Branstad’s proposed op-ed:
Resetting the Relationship Based on Reciprocity by The Honorable Terry Branstad, U.S. Ambassador to China   We have long said we want a constructive, results-oriented relationship with China, and that view has not changed. A constructive relationship means that we are honest and candid not only about our shared interests, but also about the issues that divide us. We need not just endless reaffirmations of our respective interests, but concrete outcomes that truly benefit our peoples.   From a U.S. perspective, we have made too little progress. For years, the Chinese leadership has urged us to focus on areas of cooperation while setting aside our differences, and for years, the United States had agreed to that approach in the expectation that, over time, we would address our concerns as well. But the Chinese leadership has exploited this approach. Often it has insisted we sweep differences under the table as a prerequisite for engagement. Sometimes it made promises to address our concerns yet failed to follow up. As a result, our relationship has delivered fewer and fewer of the results that matter to the American people.   At the same time, the relationship became increasingly imbalanced. An example is unequal access for U.S. companies, journalists, diplomats, and even civil society. As an open society, the United States has welcomed Chinese companies into our markets to sell products to American consumers, to invest and bid on projects, and to raise capital. We have welcomed Chinese students and researchers into our universities and laboratories, where they have acquired knowledge to modernize and develop China’s economy. While U.S. journalists face restrictions on reporting and even entering China, Chinese state media workers have long enjoyed open access in the United States. PRC diplomats have open access to American society, while our diplomats in China are required to navigate a state approval system for even the most basic engagements with the Chinese people.   The Chinese government, while benefiting from our openness, has exploited it – in a way that is increasingly inconsistent with international norms. Some Chinese entities have purchased American companies not to create jobs, but to acquire technology that is then taken back to China and developed to compete against us. Some Chinese companies have raised money on our stock exchanges yet refused to subject themselves to the standard auditing rules required by all other listed companies, U.S. or foreign. A small number of Chinese students and researchers use access to our universities, research facilities and companies to steal American intellectual property. These actions have not only harmed our bilateral relations but also tarnished the remarkable legitimate economic progress that the Chinese people are rightfully proud of.   President Trump came to office vowing to make the overall relationship more balanced and reciprocal. The phase one trade deal and recent U.S. policy actions are an important step in our quest to create a genuine level playing field for American stakeholders. Many claim this is an effort to thwart China’s legitimate development aspirations, to “contain” China’s rise, or to “decouple” from China. This is categorically false. The root cause of the current tensions in the relationship is China’s longstanding strategy of only selectively “coupling” with the United States and systematically controlling the access of Americans to Chinese society. At our universities, we continue to welcome the vast majority of Chinese students, but we have taken action to deny visas to those who illegally acquire U.S. intellectual property and research results, or who gain knowledge in order to compete unfairly with us in the cutting edge technologies of the 21st century. We have also taken action against Chinese companies, including well known ones like Huawei, that have stolen U.S. intellectual property, circumvented U.S. export controls, or posed a threat to the security of our citizens’ private data and our communication networks.   We are two different nations with different pasts. The United States continues to learn from its mistakes and push forward to forge a better future. We hope that China can do the same. In this endeavor, we will need to build a foundation for understanding and true reciprocity. It must start with the Chinese government being willing to address our concerns about the imbalance in the relationship and allowing our two peoples to build relationships through unrestricted engagement and uncensored discussion. Only then will I enjoy the freedoms to engage the Chinese people that we guarantee Ambassador Cui in the United States, and only then will we have genuine reciprocity and a genuinely balanced relationship.
Read more here:  https://china.usembassy-china.org.cn/zh/the-hypocrisy-of-the-prcs-propaganda-system-zh/

aeo60189 发表于 2020-09-11 08:21

从这篇文章看,作者没有认识到中美将来会联合执政地球政府的必然性。
宣传委员
个人表示支持对等。美国官方的报纸可以拒绝任何中国官方,大使的发言。
等等,好象TWITTER不是官方的。。。


mindstorm 发表于 2020-09-11 16:49

所以你承认微信微博都是中国官方的?
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cobai
了解一下
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eriecase
回复 6楼aeo60189的帖子
已经被微信删了 这种文哪里敢让发 这么明显的指责ccp负能量 ccp就怕人民觉醒呢
bigcatlu
”许多人声称,这是为了阻挠中国合理的发展愿望,为了 "遏制 "中国的崛起或者为了与中国 "脱钩"。这完全是错误的。当前美中关系紧张的根本原因,是中国长期以来的策略只选择性地与美国 "挂钩"、系统性地控制美国人进入中国社会“。
这段美领馆看的很准。 现在中共宣传就是说美国为了遏制中国崛起所以才发起贸易战和脱钩, 对中共滥用不对等贸易壁垒和知识产权 完全避而不谈。国内老百姓也很买这个账,说起来就群情激愤。
小魔女DoReMi
言论自由是写进中国宪法的 当然国内嘛,宪法跟狗屁一样
ysyyrps 发表于 2020-09-11 12:01

不要拿法律当挡箭牌
Flowera
”许多人声称,这是为了阻挠中国合理的发展愿望,为了 "遏制 "中国的崛起或者为了与中国 "脱钩"。这完全是错误的。当前美中关系紧张的根本原因,是中国长期以来的策略只选择性地与美国 "挂钩"、系统性地控制美国人进入中国社会“。
这段美领馆看的很准。 现在中共宣传就是说美国为了遏制中国崛起所以才发起贸易战和脱钩, 对中共滥用不对等贸易壁垒和知识产权 完全避而不谈。国内老百姓也很买这个账,说起来就群情激愤。

bigcatlu 发表于 2020-09-11 17:45

群众也都很有政治觉悟,知道该信什么,知道什么不该问,比美帝群众啥都质疑觉悟高多了
南瓜小小
已经删除了
SAT
建议美国驻华使馆每天来一个’Truth of the Day’贴,一直到被封号为止。让中宣部充分表演。
EEswine
建议美国驻华使馆每天来一个’Truth of the Day’贴,一直到被封号为止。让中宣部充分表演。
SAT 发表于 2020-09-11 20:01

应该会限流而不是封号,就是说能发出来,但是限制流量访问,几乎没人能看到。
marnifan
回复 10楼aeo60189的帖子
发截屏。谢谢搬运。
hwsh2020
天下乌鸦一般黑
Mdx123
好闻!真是一针见血,戳到痛处了。
alaBNB
腾讯真的好无耻,我妈的手机在我这里总是无缘无故的被短网。都不知道该怎么办了。
jackwonglstc
华人网的很多人的水平下降太快啊。 跑人家地盘上说人家宣传虚假。人家只是删帖。 抖音跑美国合法做生意,结果强制出售,和抢一样。 等到土共那天强制苹果出卖中国业务的时候,各位不知该如何评价?
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pinkiee
写的挺温和的,这封了以后催大使也别想再在美国接受采访和发表文章了
Au1788od
如果我把美国大使馆微博的文章截图发微信朋友圈,能发出去吗?

lakeway 发表于 2020-09-11 10:18

能,你的微信可能要被封一段时间
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mightyjohn
华人网的很多人的水平下降太快啊。 跑人家地盘上说人家宣传虚假。人家只是删帖。 抖音跑美国合法做生意,结果强制出售,和抢一样。 等到土共那天强制苹果出卖中国业务的时候,各位不知该如何评价?
jackwonglstc 发表于 2020-09-11 21:39

抖音可以跑美国来合法做生意,但Facebook, Twitter, Youtube都无法在中国合法地做生意。
对等原则,应该更广泛地被运用在国际事务中。
宣传委员
华人网的很多人的水平下降太快啊。 跑人家地盘上说人家宣传虚假。人家只是删帖。 抖音跑美国合法做生意,结果强制出售,和抢一样。 等到土共那天强制苹果出卖中国业务的时候,各位不知该如何评价?
jackwonglstc 发表于 2020-09-11 21:39

终于找到洗地的地方了? 真难为某些组织了哈。
blueridgefall
一点没错,五毛们利用这里的言论自由攻击美国政府和川普。
批评美国政府是普世价值,批评CCP就是反华,流氓逻辑。

stainlessbelief 发表于 2020-09-11 08:32

手工点赞👍,就是这样子,大外宣只会盯着美国骂!
Sunny111
五毛可以继续掩耳盗铃
jiepanxia
回复 79楼jackwonglstc的帖子
你丫的敢跟妮爹说这个吗?还是滚回牢里去吧
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puyou
抖音可以跑美国来合法做生意,但Facebook, Twitter, Youtube都无法在中国合法地做生意。
对等原则,应该更广泛地被运用在国际事务中。
mightyjohn 发表于 2020-09-11 22:09

这几家是他们自己选择不合法的做生意,别人也不好强迫不是
Izumi
腾讯搬起石头砸了自己的脚
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jean_sunny
这是谁写的,这么准确的写出实情
AlbertEinstein
搬运一下

aeo60189 发表于 2020-09-11 08:21

手工点赞 谢谢楼主存档转发!
牡丹玫瑰
怪谁呢?美国人30年后才意识到这个问题?要不是美国精英阶层立捧,中国能这么牛?华尔街,好莱坞,硅谷,可都是站在中国一边的,在美国骂美国,在中国骂美国,一副道貌岸然道德高尚人类命运共同体的样子。
mightyjohn 发表于 2020-09-11 10:04

哪国都有卖国贼,对卖国贼来说个人利益高过一切。
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hellensiao
个人表示支持对等。美国官方的报纸可以拒绝任何中国官方,大使的发言。
等等,好象TWITTER不是官方的。。。


mindstorm 发表于 2020-09-11 16:49

所以腾讯是官方的?
appleton
赞楼主挖掘信息。
脚丫子
Mark Mark
hralex
文章好像已经封了?
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sillynut
让热爱自由的美国人看看中国这些所谓私人公司到底是个什么东西