Sound of Hope Radio Network, California - Sep 14, 2007
Program Length: 3'20" download mp3
Lately, The Deputy of the Information Industrial Ministry, Lou Qin-Jian of the Communist regime stated that a tremendous amount of information on state and military secrets had leaked to the public over the internet, and meanwhile the opposing force overseas have been attacking the regime via internet.
Western media reported recently that the hackers of the Communist regime have been frequently attacking the internet system of some governmental organizations of America, Germany, Britain and some other countries. Yet, the Chinese Communist regime has denied the accusations.
Some analysts believe that the high-ranking officials of the Communist regime accused ¡°the opposing force overseas¡± of using the internet to sabotage and infiltrate the Communist regime. The accusation is not only an attack on western medias but also a campaign to further tighten its control over the internet.
Dissident and owner of the ¡°June 4th Celestial Web¡±, Huang Qi said that the saying by the Communist regime on the leaks of the state military secrets to the public could not be substantiated. He said: ¡°As the internet booms with information flourishing, a great deal of cases revealing the corruption of the military and veterans¡¯ defending their human rights have come to the day of light. But the regime categorizes the revelation as ¡°leakage of military secrets¡±. The authorities have listed a series of news and information that disclose cases of trampled human rights or publicized news as the targeted range for supervision and oppression.¡±
The analyst pointed out that as the consciousness to defend human rights grows higher and more popular lately among folks all over Mainland China, many have wishes to participate in politics making. The internet age has brought the demanding voices of those to the surface and accelerates the spread of those different voices, which the Communist regime regards as collective threats to its autocracy. Therefore, the regime constantly strengthens its suppression and control of the information freedom over the internet by adopting supervision measures over the internet.
The analyst further stated that as the Communist regime¡¯s technologies on restricting internet information grow ever more mature, the information freedom over the internet of Mainland China will suffer further setbacks over a fairly lengthy period of time. Yet, the flourishing internet information will eventually breach the ¡°Berlin Wall of Internet¡± of the regime on the long run.