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·山西黑窑与器官活摘
·山西奴工事件本质上不是一场叛乱
·Comparing Slavery and Organ Harvesting
·哈尼夫案与澳洲的两难处境
·在“七.二零”八周年集会上的演讲
·【澳媒观察】由维省省长贝克斯辞职想到的
·北京奧運繞不過去的兩道坎
·From A Prisoner To A Writer
·次级房贷风暴与澳洲大选
·致澳洲總理何華德的公開信
·【澳媒观察】APEC与“《悉尼宣言》”
·胡锦涛面临的内外交困
·APEC与澳洲的“外交洗牌”
·做猪要做奥运猪 打工要打澳洲工
·西澳百年老屋被拆引发的争议
·代师涛答谢辞
·【澳媒观察】中国人到澳洲旅游遭遇的陷阱
·聯合國的腐敗和墮落
·【澳媒觀察】聯邦大選 鹿死誰手
·【澳媒观察】网上“恶搞”与联邦大选
·大把撒钱的竞选策略会奏效吗?
·維州警官洩密醜聞引起的震動
·澳洲工黨大選獲勝分析及展望
·氣候變遷與環境 澳洲Vs中國
·班頓——一位澳洲的「維權」英雄
·Tortured for her beliefs
·小醫生打敗大政府的啟示
·二战后第一名美国战犯的尴尬处境
·澳洲和日本的“鲸鱼”之战
·迟来一百多年的道歉
·从中国雪灾看澳洲政府的灾害应对
·从中国雪灾看澳洲政府的灾害应对
·在以色列人权圣火传递集会上的演讲
·澳洲新总理陆克文的中国政策
·澳洲女官员性贿赂丑闻引发的政坛地震
·澳洲人关于北京奥运的20个和1个
·澳洲媒体热议“克文诤友”
·印度司机“闹事”对澳洲的贡献
·四川地震带来的挑战
·澳洲施“休克疗法”应对气候变迁
·地震救了中共?
·发展不是硬道理
·色情还是艺术?
·色情还是艺术?
·儿童色情泛滥带来的隐忧
·澳洲的部长不如中国的城管
·澳洲的马与中国的人
·西方的“办公室恋情”与中国的“包二奶”
·从悉尼世界青年节看宗教信仰
·澳洲版“三峡工程”的命运
·从澳洲的色魔想到中国的杨佳
·澳媒报导奥运 看穿开幕式“玄机”
·澳洲“排污交易计划”的三个看点
·迈塔斯报告震撼国际器官移植大会
·“中国造月亮即将着陆”
·“中国造月亮即将着陆”——Not Beijing, but faking?(不叫北京,叫造假?)
·中国股市的实质 (上)
·凤凰台节目提供活摘法轮功学员器官新证据
·秋江水冷鸭先知
·中国股市的实质 (下)
·从欧卫事件看中共最怕
·比比中澳两国的义务教育
·想结婚吗?先拿个学位
·张丹红事件解析 (上)
·张丹红事件解析 (下)
·选民用脚投票 澳政坛"变天"时代到来
·澳洲政坛新贵、"史上最富"总理侯选人坦博
·新闻简评:墨尔本市长苏震西退出澳洲政治舞台
·三千万与四百二十亿的不同遭遇
·评新华网《卫生部等5部门制定三聚氰胺限量》
·教育经费-压在中国百姓身上的一座大山
·中国能救澳洲吗?
·澳洲是否会陷入美国式经济危机
·我看澳媒对悉尼留学生坠楼案之报道
·澳洲昆士兰大学生采访曾铮并制作揭露迫害法轮功短片
·瞧瞧人家的"问责"!——兼议三聚氰胺限量
·视频:评澳洲新反恐法生效后被捕的第一名嫌疑人哈尼夫案
·此报告非彼报告
·视频:北京奥运绕不过去的两道坎
·视频:胡锦涛面临的内外交困
·澳总理陆克文执政周年“小结”
·我对澳洲人民进行了爱国主义教育
·视频:【澳媒观察】APEC与澳洲的“外交洗牌”
·图片游记:澳洲最老内陆城Goulburn(一)
·图片游记: “往日的美丽”————游世界上最大个人古董级茶壶收藏馆
·游Goulburn:啤酒中的“阴谋”和秘密——澳洲最老内陆城Goulburn(二)
·视频:【澳媒观察】西澳百年老屋被拆引起的争议
·永不会“饿死”的Goulburn地主以及…… ——游澳洲最老内陆城Goulburn(三)
·视频:【澳媒观察】中国人到澳洲旅游遭遇的陷阱——准备到澳洲旅游的朋友看过来!
·视频:【澳媒观察】联邦大选 鹿死谁手
·澳洲的离婚及孩子"共同抚养"问题
·视频:【澳媒观察】联合国的腐败和堕落
·大雪美景·极品泰山(一)
·曾铮今天申请成为中国过渡政府新公民
·组图:大雪美景·极品泰山(二)
·杨师群被告密,原来是为法轮功和九评!
·申请成为过渡政府新公民之补充说明
·视频:【澳媒观察】大把撒钱的競選
·视频:【澳媒观察】维州警官泄密丑闻引起的震动
·视频:【澳媒观察】工党获胜分析及展望
·视频:【澳媒观察】气候变迁:澳洲Vs中国
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   Today I saw that the Epoch Times had started to publish in installments Ding Shu's book "Yang Mou", or "Open Conspiracy: the complete story of Chinese Communist Party's Anti-rightist Campaign". This made me recall a true story widely known in my hometown Zhongjiang County in Sichuan Province in China; and I feel like writing about it, as a small “supplementary” to Ding Shu’s “Yang Mou”.
   
   The “open conspiracy” of “Anti-rightist Campaign” was instigated in 1957 by the then Chinese Communist leader Mao Zedong, and saw the political persecution of an estimated 550,000 people in China. Before that there was such a person in Zhongjiang County, who often expressed his dissatisfaction with the society, or “gave vent to his dissatisfaction with the Party and socialism”, if we use the Chinese Communist Party (CCP)’s language to say it.
   
   When the “open conspiracy” began, the Party encouraged everyone to “speak out loudly” their opinions and criticisms about the Party, to help the Party to improve. People who knew that person all thought: This guy must be talking a lot, as he didn’t need any encouragement to speak out loudly in the first place.


   
   However, a relative of this person worked in Beijing then, and had learnt beforehand that the “Anti-rightist Campaign" was an “open conspiracy”. So he warned this person against saying anything during this campaign no matter what.
   
   As this relative was very serious when giving this piece of warning, the person chose to believe him. So then the campaign arrived, he did manage to seal his mouth tightly and said nothing at all.
   
   However, the leaders and the “mass of revolutionists” all thought how come this person had no opinion at all about the Party, given that he had always criticized the Party before? He must have been secretly criticizing “the leader of our Party and country” in his heart all the same. And this was called “defaming in your heart without speaking out.”
   
   Therefore, this person was still labeled as a “rightist”, and earned himself a special title: “A Rightist Who Does Not Talk”.
   
   I haven’t had a chance to meet this “rightist who does not talk”. However, I’ve seen another rightist in Hanwang Town, Mianzhu County in Sichuan Province.
   
   After my father was publicly denounced during the “Great Cultural Revolution”, he was relocated from Mianyang, a bigger and regional center city, to the remote town Hanwang, which had only a small population of 30,000 people. My mother and I didn’t go with him then.
   
   When I was 4 years old, my sister was born. As my mother couldn’t look after two children at the same time, I was sent to my father. Since then I had been living with my father in a shabby shelter built on a barren floodplain, with barely anything inside it.
   
   
   The only primary school of that small town, which I went to later, was as shabby as our shelter, and didn’t have a basketball court, or even a decent basketball stand.
   
   However, inside such a school there was a dazzlingly handsome young teacher, who was so much taller than all other teachers. When I saw him for the first time, I immediately connected him with a famous Chinese idiom “a crane standing among chickens”. His handsome look, his air, and everything of his were so different and “out of place” in that shabby little town.
   
   Later on, I learned that this extremely handsome young teacher was formerly a basketball player of the National Basketball Team, and was an excellent athlete with outstanding skills. However, he was unfortunately labeled as a rightist and relocated to Hanwang. His wife had divorced him, and he was there alone.
   
   I never had a chance to speak to this “rightist” young teacher. When I looked at him from a distance, he always looked very mysterious to me. Sometimes I heard that as he was so handsome, many people wanted to do matchmaking for him. However, nobody dared to marry him in the end.
   
   I left Hanwang after I finished my junior middle school. When I revisited that small town years later, I heard people calling him “Old Bachelor”. Twinkles had already spread to everywhere on his once very young and handsome face.
   
   Later on, after the CCP somehow recognized the “Anti-rightist Campaign” had been “magnified”, and many of the convictions were revoked in 1979, I heard this “rightist” teacher tried very hard to be moved back to Beijing. But all his attempts failed.
   
   Since then I heard nothing about him. The most possible scenario was that he could only continue his miserable life in that small town until he died.
   
   3/12/2017
   
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此文于2018年12月28日做了修改
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