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秦晋2010年诺贝尔和平奖颁奖式奥斯陆感言
(博讯北京时间2010年12月11日 来稿)
     我叫秦晋,旅居澳洲悉尼。我满怀激情和信心推动中国民主化,期望中国人民摆脱转制,有尊严地生活民主制度下。
    
     最近台湾举行的2010《中国民主化展望与探索》国际会议(11月11日-13日)作出决议,奥斯陆的诺贝尔奖颁奖式上我们不能缺席,因此我谨代表全体与会者来到奥斯陆见证这个颁奖式。 (博讯 boxun.com)

    
    能亲眼目睹这个享誉全球的诺贝尔奖颁发仪式,我深感荣幸。
    
    诺贝尔奖是为专门认可对当今世界人类与科学进步做出杰出贡献的人的而设,自从1901年以来,诺贝尔奖每年都颁发给在物理学、化学、生理学与医学、文学、为和平成绩卓越的人,到了近年再扩大到了经济学领域。
    
    但是,我今次的出席却是为了表达对于今年诺贝尔和平奖的颁发的敬重和钦佩。
    
    诺贝尔和平奖的授予原则是,奖项授予为了增进国际睦邻关系、废除或裁撤常备军、开展并促进世界和平而付出最多或最具成效的努力的个人和团体。
    
    我深知诺贝尔和平奖在我们所有人心目中都有着特殊的位置,因为对于和平与稳定的期望深藏在我们每个人灵魂的深处,同时也是当今世界领袖的全球政治目标。在这个人口过度膨胀、消费主义极度泛滥、人类贪婪地主宰并榨取现有一切资源的世界,我们都为了这个世界未来的和平这一越来越脆弱的事物而倍感焦虑,我们也承认人类需要在很多层面上展示出勇气、远见、对话与承担在如此竞争环境下阻止战争与冲突。
    
    化解冲突最有效的非暴力方式之一是对话。这包含了理性、尊重他人、深思熟虑,并以此作为对话各方之间建设性协商的基础。
    
    刘晓波采取此道,他毕其一生为社会不公呐喊,以其毕生的坚信和学识领衔签署了零八宪章,在尊重中国现有宪法的前提下,要求中国政府着手政治改革,改善中国的人权状况,提升中国人民的生活品质。
    
    诺贝尔委员会认可了刘晓波的毕生求索,向他颁发这一极具威望的奖项公开地承认他的勇气、智慧与奉献,这还是对于刘晓波无私并无畏地在一个没有言论自由的国度发出与权势不同的声音表示肯定。
    
    北京中共当局指控刘晓波是个罪犯,并将其囚禁。刘晓波的妻子也被软禁,故而无法代表他出席此次颁奖典礼。
    
    今次得奖人缺席,的确令人痛惜。这与1991年昂山苏姬荣获该奖时情形相仿。正因为如此而使得该奖项更加重要。
    
    当今世界,各国的领导人纷纷就人类与人权议题而滔滔不绝,然而其中真正有意促进国际公平与正义的却凤毛麟角。因而诺贝尔机构的勇敢举措确能更加令人尊敬。
    
    诺贝尔机构有一个传统,奖励那些尽心尽责为让人们和平相处有出色贡献的个人和团体,这些获奖者包括尊者达赖喇嘛、曼德拉、图图大主教、瓦文萨、戈尔巴乔夫、德兰修女、马丁•·路德•·金、国际红十字会、无国界医生、国际特赦组织等。
    
    正如往年一样,今年诺贝尔奖委员会还是足具魄力承认一个真正的崇高的人。
    
    许多世界领袖在公开场合发表热情的演讲,而在私底下却为了丰厚的利益放弃了他们表面上所坚守的庄严承诺。
    
    这就是为何我们可以看到几乎步调一致的对于独裁、流氓政权的姑息纵容,对其反人类的残忍与对环境肆无忌惮地破坏熟视无睹。
    
    《世界人权宣言》白纸黑字,只有享有民主和做人尊严的国民才能熟知它。然而最需要它的却是在残酷的独裁政府统治下的人们。我们自由世界的领袖们还未表现出勇气拿出策略来对付这个显而易见的国际问题。
    
    位高权重而却以道义兑换金钱的领袖们迟早要让我们成为他们软弱的牺牲品,包括你和我,使我们的权利被剥夺。因为我们没能在良知尚存、知道自己应该为人类的自由而奋斗的时候付出行动。当我们也失去自由时,我们将同时失去我们现在这样的为世界正义而仗义执言的能力,彼时无权者噤声。
    
    我们处在世界历史的重要关头。
    
    我向世界领袖呼吁,步诺贝尔奖委员会的后尘,表彰和支持勇敢地为民主自由而大声呼喊的人,鼓励每一个与邪恶作抗争的人。
    
    我知道6个国家,其中有的曾被小布什点名为“流氓国家”,他们站在同一条战壕里联合抵制此次诺贝尔和平奖颁奖典礼。这应该对西方国家是一个警钟,西方也应该站在同一条战线上,同仇敌忾地共同反击这个胁迫,看清这些国家的丑陋面目。现在是西方民主国家把握时机,展现自身道德形象,体现自己责任,用民主政治造福世界的时候了。
    
    我还要说的是,我不远万里从澳洲悉尼赶来,跨越半个地球来到奥斯陆,不是为了庆贺,而是为了见证这个伟大的时刻,希望它能成为吹响中国的政治变化的号角、改变中国完美世界的开端。
    
    我想借此机会告诉全世界:中国人民确实需要西方民主社会的帮助和支持来完成其宏愿。一个世纪来中国人民热切地追求民主和自由,我希望今天的诺贝尔和平奖能够鼓舞中国人民,让中国人民像1789年7月14日攻占巴士底狱的法国人民一样,站起来用天赋人权使自己成为当代世界自由公民。
    
    我想借此机会呼吁人们勿忘当代海外中国民主运动的创始人、被绑架并被终身监禁于中国的王炳章博士,另一位彭明先生也正遭受着与王炳章博士相同坎坷命运。我同样向胡佳、郭飞雄以及其他数不清的良心犯们致敬!
    
    在中国,许多身陷囹圄的良心犯渴望着自由,而这只可能在中国专制体制根本改变后才得以实现,正如同二战期间被关押在德国集中营里的犹太人一样。
    
    我想在此特别地提及前诺贝尔和平奖得主瓦文萨先生,他想代表无法出席颁奖式的刘晓波作象征性领奖,未被接受。我对他的良好愿望表示感谢。我希望瓦文萨先生能一如既往地保持热情,帮助中国人民赢得抗争,从而历史性地终结中共独裁政权。
    
    最后,我重申,能见证此次具有历史意义诺贝尔奖颁奖仪式,并和那么多与我志同道合的人士相聚一堂,我十分荣幸。对所有为创造更美好的世界具有的远见并且付出努力的人,我表示万分的感谢。
    
    2010年12月10日
    
    
    Statement of Chin Jin for the 2010 Nobel Peace Prize Ceremony
    
    My name is Chin Jin, a human rights and democracy activist based in
    Sydney Australia. I am passionate about a healthy future for the
    Chinese people, and their right to live under democratic rule, and not
    a dictatorship.
    
    The 2010 International Conference on the Prospects and Exploration of
    China's Democracy recently convened in Taiwan made a decision to send
    representation to the Nobel Peace Prize Ceremony in Oslo and therefore
    as representative I am here on behalf of the participants of the
    aforementioned conference.
    
    It is an honour to be here with you today at this globally respected
    Nobel Prize awards event, at one of the worlds leading institutes,
    which exists for the sole purpose of acknowledging contributions to
    the ethical and scientific advancement of our world today.
    
    Every year since 1901 the Nobel Prize has been awarded for outstanding
    achievements in physics, chemistry, physiology or medicine,
    literature, for peace, and more recently for economic sciences.
    
    However, my presence here today is to pay particular respect to the
    awarding of Nobel Peace Prize this year.
    
    The criteria for the award of the Nobel Peace Prize is that it should
    go to "the person who shall have done the most or the best work for
    fraternity between nations, the abolition or reduction of standing
    armies and for the holding and promotion of peace congresses.”
    
    I feel the Nobel Peace Prize is the one which holds a special place in
    the hearts of all of us, because the hope of peace and stability lies
    deep in our individual souls, as well as being a political global
    objective of our world leaders. In this world of over population,
    rampant consumerism and grasping to dominate and exploit all remaining
    resources, we all feel an underlying anxiety that the future state of
    peace in our world is a delicate matter, and we acknowledge that it
    takes courage, foresight, dialogue and commitment on many levels to
    prevent war and conflict under such competitive circumstances.
    
    One of the most effective non violent ways of resolving conflicting
    desires is by dialogue. This includes presenting ones view in a
    rational, respectful and well prepared proposal, as a basis for
    constructive discussion with the parties involved.
    
    This is exactly the course taken by Liu Xiaobo. After lifetime of
    commitment of speaking out against injustice, he used his integrity
    and academic skills to spearhead the development of a charter, which
    proposed improvements to Chinese policy which could benefit the
    quality of life and the human rights of thousands of millions of
    people within China. He and his colleagues wrote this document with
    due respect to the existing Chinese Constitution, and his hope was for
    further discussion of the proposed amendments.
    
    The Nobel Committee is aware of this lifetime of work to help his
    fellow humans and has taken the opportunity to publicly acknowledge
    his courage, intellect and dedication by awarding this prestigious
    prize as a mark of respect. They have awarded his commitment as one
    who selflessly and bravely voiced an alternative proposal in a country
    which does not encourage free speech.
    
    For this work, The Communist Party in Beijing accused him of a being a
    criminal and sent him to prison. His wife has also been placed under
    house arrest, so she will be unable to attend to collect this
    prestigious prize on his behalf.
    
    It seems poignant that this award will be made to an empty chair, as
    it was when this prize was awarded to Aung San Suu Kyi in 1991.
    
    This is what makes this prize so important.
    
    Today, there is much rhetoric spoken by our leaders about ethical
    matters and human rights, yet very few offices in our leadership
    structure have a true vested interest in promoting justice and a fair
    go within all nations.
    
    The Nobel Institute is the most globally acknowledged and well
    respected office which has the impartiality to perform this function
    effectively.
    It has a history of awarding outstanding contributors who wish to
    encourage our individual global obligation to live well together and
    care for each other, as has been seen with past awards to His Holiness
    the Dalai Lama, Nelson Mandela, Desmond Tutu, Lech Walesa, Mikhail
    Gorbachev, Mother Theresa, Martin Luther King Junior, UNICEF, Red
    Cross, Medecins Sans Frontiers, Amnesty International, and a host of
    other worthwhile mentors to inspire us all.
    
     As in previous years, this year, the Nobel Institute has had the
    courage to acknowledge a truly ethical man, who is an iconic symbol of
    the many ethical men and women who have stood, and some who have
    fallen, with the courage to speak in favour of improved policies to
    promote a better way of living.
    
    Many of our global leaders espouse passionate monologues at well
    publicised campaign events, but sadly in reality many of them
    privately abandon their well flaunted commitments to building a just
    global structure for the sake of the highly lucrative trade dollar.
    Often it is not politically convenient for our leaders to let the
    light shine on the dedicated activists who have shown integrity in
    their deeds and passion for justice.
    
    This sad fact invites an almost unanimous global appeasement of
    dictatorships and rogue regimes, regardless of their records of
    brutality and violation of humanity, and their insensitivity to
    environmental destruction.
    
    We have a Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which is only well
    known to the citizens of nations who already enjoy some dignity of
    life. It is not available to those who need it most, who live under
    brutal dictatorships and corrupt regimes. Our free world leaders have
    not as yet demonstrated their courage or strategy to address this
    glaring global injustice.
    
    The problem with retaining leaders in power who forsake ethics for
    money, is that sooner or later, eventually the hapless victims of
    their weakness will be all of us, you and I, who will be stripped of
    our rights, because we did not have the moral conscience to fight for
    the freedom of the whole of humanity when we know we should have done.
     When we also lose our freedom, we will lose the ability we now have
    to speak on behalf of global justice, so all voices for the powerless
    will be silenced. It is my view that effective agencies and
    structures which ensure equity in justice should be embedded in all
    aspects and in every structural layer of our developed world, just as
    a tax systems are embedded to ensure funding for welfare.
    
    This is a crucial time in our world history.
    
    I urgently plead with our world leaders to follow the brave lead of
    the Nobel Institute, to reward the courage of those who have given so
    much to help to improve the lot of their fellow human beings, and to
    encourage each and every one of us to continue to speak out against
    injustice.
    
    I fully understand that there are six countries, one of which once
    named and shamed as rogue states by George W. Bush, who have decided
    to stand together in one camp to boycott this Nobel ceremony. This
    should give a wake up call for Western countries to stand united in
    one strong camp, to counteract the threat posed by the ugly face these
    nations have exposed for the world to see. Now is the time for
    Western democracies to seize the opportunity to present their own
    image of morality and responsibility to provide the political
    structure to better the world.
    
    There is another thing I would like to say. I have traveled a long
    way from Sydney Australia, the most remote end to Oslo, to come to
    this place, not to celebrate, but to witness this wonderful event, in
    the hope that this will herald a change in China which will benefit
    the people of China, for the betterment of the whole world.
    
    I would like to take this opportunity to tell the whole world that the
    Chinese people really do need the support of Western democracies to
    achieve their aspirations. The Chinese people have been in hot pursuit
    of their freedom for over a century and I hope that this event today
    will sound the wake up call to encourage the Chinese people to take a
    stand like the French people did when they stormed the Bastille on 14
    July 1789, to rise up and seize their legal and moral rights of free
    citizens of this modern world.
    
    I would like to take this opportunity to remind people not to forget
    the founding father of the overseas Chines democratic movement, Dr
    Wang Bing Zhang, who was kidnapped and jailed for life in China, and
    is currently still serving his life sentence. I also salute Hu Jia,
    Guofei Xiong and the countless others who are serving prison terms as
    prisoners of conscience.
    
    Many political prisoners in China are desperately awaiting their
    freedom, which can only be achieved once China has changed its
    political system, similar to the situation with the Jewish prisoners
    in concentration camps in World War II.
    
    To Lech Walesa, a former Nobel Laureate and a man of conscience, I
    would like to say special thanks for offering to make a representation
    on behalf of Lui Xiaobo due to his being presently indisposed, even
    though your offer was declined. I hope you continue to retain your
    enthusiasm to help the Chinese people to gain ground to follow your
    historic lead to get rid of the Chinese communist regime.
    
    In closing, I reiterate that it is my privilege and honour to witness
    this historic event, and to be in the company of so many like minded
    people.
    
    I thank you all for your foresight and your efforts towards building a
    better world for all. [博讯来稿] (博讯 boxun.com)
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