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胡平:让人笑不出来的笑话——小议习近平的“我将无我”

April 12, 2019

3月22日,习近平在罗马会见意大利众议长菲科。菲科问:“您当选中国国家主席的时候,是一种什么样的心情?”“中国这么大,您作为世界上如此重要国家的一位领袖,您是怎么想的?”

习近平回答道:“这么大一个国家,责任非常重、工作非常艰巨。我将无我,不负人民。我愿意做到一个‘无我’的状态,为中国的发展奉献自己。”

习近平说出“我将无我”后,中共官媒立即开动宣传机器,向民众大肆宣传习近平的“无我”精神,誉之为“大境界”、“大胸怀”。

“我将无我”这句话出自习近平之口,实在是莫大的讽刺。试看今日中共官媒,无论是报纸、广播,还是网络、屏幕,再加上“学习强国”应用,习近平的名字和图像,充塞耳目,铺天盖地。尽人皆知,这种对习近平个人崇拜的宣传,并非出自民众的自发自愿,而是出自最高当局的强制推行,是习近平自己给自己吹喇叭抬轿子。当今之世,要问哪个人最“有我”,哪个人的自我最膨胀,谁能比得过习近平?

一直有人说,习近平不是独裁暴君。习近平是理想主义者,习近平搞个人集权不是为了个人私利,而是为了实现他的伟大理想,为了中国梦。

没有比这种说法更似是而非的了。在一般人心目中,理想主义是个褒义词。其实未必。第一,有些理想主义的内容本身是错误的;第二,更重要的是,有些理想主义者为实现理想所采取的手段是有害的。阿克顿的名言“权力易于腐败,绝对的权力绝对的腐败”。什么叫“绝对的腐败”?“绝对的腐败”主要还不是指花天酒地玩女人。就在这句名言后面,阿克顿告诉我们:“最为有害的异端邪说,莫过于认为权力会使掌权者成为圣人。……这种想法教人们为了目的而不择手段。”绝对权力的最大腐败是,它会诱使掌权者以圣人自居,不择手段地把自己的意志、自己的理想强加给全社会,以一个人的意志压制所有人的意志,以一个人的理想消灭其它一切理想。这样的理想主义者就是暴君,最大的暴君。

习近平的“我将无我”是一个笑话。可是这样一个笑话竟然能够在中国堂而皇之地上演,想到这里,实在让人笑不出来。
 

——转自自由亚洲电台(2019-04-09)

中国人权双周刊》第259期,2019年4月12日—2019年4月25日

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