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·朝鲜的罪恶与恐怖和秘密:共产党暴政罪恶批判系列之一
·古巴共产极权政权的罪恶:共产党暴政罪恶批判之二
·越南共产党暴政罪恶昭彰:共产党极权暴政罪恶实录之三
·中欧和东南欧共产党暴政的深重罪孽: 共产党极权暴政罪恶批判之四
·埃塞俄比亚共产党政权的罪孽: 共产党政权罪恶实录之五
·安哥拉和莫桑比克共产党政权的血腥暴力:共产党政权罪恶实录之六
·阿富汉共产党暴政罪大恶极:共产党极权暴政罪恶实录之七
·尼加拉瓜共产党政权的罪孽:共产党暴政罪恶实录之八
·秘鲁共产党的血腥残暴:共产党暴政罪恶实录之九
·虐杀成性的柬普寨共产党暴政:共产党暴政罪恶实录评论系列之十
·波兰共产党政权的罪孽:共产党暴政罪恶实录系列评论之十一
·苏联共产党暴政的滔天罪行:共产党暴政罪恶实录系列评论之十二
·中国共产党极权流氓暴政的滔天罪孽:共产党暴政罪恶实录系列评论之十三
·论共产党极权暴政的归宿-- 2010年全球支持中國和亞洲民主化斯特拉斯堡大會专稿
·金正日真面目
·韩战真相
***(25)《苏联东欧天鹅绒革命》郭国汀编译
·东欧天鹅绒革命导论
·苏联政治民主革命:共产党国极权暴政崩溃原因分析系列评论之一
·罗马尼亚暴力革命:共产党国极权暴政崩溃原因分析系列评论之二
·匈牙利静悄的革命:共产党国极权暴政崩溃原因分析之三
·捷克戏剧性革命:共产党国极权暴政崩溃原因分析之四
·东德和平革命:共产党国极权暴政崩溃原因分析之五
·波兰自我限制的革命:共产党极权暴政崩溃原因分析之六
·罗马尼亚35天革命成功真相
·社会转媒(国际互联网)对阿拉伯之春革命的巨大作用
·郭国汀:苏共政权垮台的根本原因
·阿拉伯之春埃及部分成功的革命
·阿拉伯之春:突尼斯成功的革命
·觉醒的人民粉碎专制体制:阿拉伯革命
·民主革命决非恐怖主义
·东欧各国追究共产党罪犯的罪责概况
·共产党专制暴政皆依赖秘密政治警察实行极权恐怖统治
·共产党极权暴政利用强制劳改劳教集中营野蛮残暴迫害人民
·共产党极权专制暴政实质上皆与人民为敌
·共产党极权专政暴政的大清洗
·共产党极权专制暴政皆利用强制劳改集中营野蛮迫害人民
·共产党极权专制暴政皆践踏法律司法暗无天日
·共产党极权专制暴政皆疯狂迫害宗教信仰者
***(26)《共产主义的历史》郭国汀编译
·序《共产主义的历史》
·共产主义的理论与实践批判
·列宁主义批判
·斯大林主义批判
·西方国家的共产主义
·第三世界的共产主义
·共产主义谬误的根源及其注定失败的原因
·共产党政权跨台的理论与实践根源
·马克思确认共产主义是“可怕的妖精”和“鬼魂”及“幽灵”
·共产主义注定败亡的十四项理由
·人类不平等的起源究竟是什么?
·郭国汀马克思主义批判
·宗教是毒药!宗教是引人堕落的意识世界吗?!
·马克思列宁毛泽东为何仇恨宗教?
·共产党政权为何仇恨宗教?
·共产党仇恨宗教的根源
·中共政权极度腐败的宗教根源
·共产党仇恨宗教的根源—与网友的讨论
***(27)《列宁不为人知的故事》郭国汀编译
·列宁不为人知的故事(1)
· 列宁不为人知的故事(2)
·列宁不为人知的故事(3)
·列宁不为人知的故事(4)
·列宁不为人知的故事(5)
·列宁不为人知的故事(6)
·列宁不为人知的故事(7)
·列宁不为人知的故事(8)
·列宁不为人知的故事(9)
·列宁不为人知的故事(10)
·列宁不为人知的故事(11)
·列宁不为人知的故事(12)
·列宁不为人知的故事(13)
·列宁不为人知的故事(14)
·列宁不为人知的故事(15)
·列宁不为人知的故事(16)
·列宁是天真无知与考茨基的远见卓识
·马克思私生子考评
***(28)《苏俄革命》郭国汀编译
· 列宁共产主义实践的恶果
·极权主义术语的由来
·苏俄十月革命真相
· 列宁首创一党专制体制
· 卖国求权的布列斯特和约
·革命的真实含义
·支撐沙皇的五大政治力量--俄國革命前夕的历史格局
·1917年俄国二月革命
·权欲知识分子与苏俄革命
***(29)《基督教与人类文明》郭国汀编译
·《基督教与文明》
·基督教是自由资本主义之母
·基督教与共产党暴政
·天主教皇与犹太人
·纳粹和法西斯极权主义与基督教及罗马教皇
·极权主义是基督教文化的产物吗?
·纳粹决非极左而是极右也非国家社会主义而是国家资本主义
·恐怖主义与反犹太主义
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   欧洲议会于七月六日通过一项决议将中国列为国际互联网表达自由的头号敌人;同时谴责Yahoo, Google and Microsoft助肘为虐。 “a number of countries can be seen as enemies of freedom of expression on-line as stated in the last Reporters Without Borders report, including China, Belarus, Burma, Cuba, Iran, Libya, Maldives, Nepal, North Korea, Uzbekistan, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Tunisia, Turkmenistan and Vietnam. ” “whereas Chinese government has successfully persuaded companies such as Yahoo, Google and Microsoft to facilitate the censorship of their services in the Chinese internet market;”
   Texts adopted by Parliament
   
   Thursday 6 July 2006 - Strasbourg Provisional edition
   Freedom of expression on the Internet P6_TA-PROV(2006)0324 B6-0401, 0402,
   0404, 0408, 0411 and 0414/2006
   
   European Parliament resolution on freedom of expression on the Internet
   The European Parliament ,
   - having regard to its previous annual resolutions on the situation of
   human rights in the world,
   - having regard to its previous resolutions on human rights and freedom of
   the press and on the evaluation of the World Summit on the Information
   Society held in Tunisia in December 2005,
   - having regard to Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human
   Rights,
   - having regard to Article 10 of the European Convention on Human Rights,
   - having regard to the EU Guidelines on Human Rights Dialogue (2001) and
   on Human Rights Defenders (2004) and their first evaluation under Austrian
   Presidency,
   - having regard to the Declaration of Principles adopted by the World
   Summit on the Information Society on 12 December 2003
   - having regard to the Joint Declaration of 21 December 2005 by the UN
   Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Opinion and Expression, the OSCE
   Representative on Freedom of the Media and the OAS Special Rapporteur on
   Freedom of Expression,
   - having regards to the EU policy on human rights and democratisation in
   third countries adopted by the Council in December 2005,
   - having regard to the European Initiative for Democracy and Human Rights
   (EIDHR),
   - having regard to Rule 115 of its Rules of Procedure,
   A. whereas Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights states
   that everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right
   includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive
   and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of
   frontiers;
   B. welcoming the statement of the World Summit in Tunis of 16-18 November
   2005 on the primary importance of the information society for democracy and
   respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms; in particular the freedom
   of expression and opinion, as well as the freedom to receive and access
   information;
   C. whereas the fight for freedom of expression has today largely shifted
   on-line as the Internet has become a mean of expression of choice for
   political dissidents, democracy activists, human rights defenders and
   independent journalists worldwide;
   D. whereas access to the Internet can strengthen democracy and contribute
   to a country's economic and social development and restricting such access
   is incompatible with the right to freedom of expression;
   E. whereas restrictions should only exist in cases of using the Internet
   for illegal activities, such as incitement to hatred, violence and racism,
   totalitarian propaganda and children's access to pornography or their sexual
   exploitation;
   F. whereas, according to Reporters Without Borders, authoritarian regimes
   and governments have been working on ever more far-reaching methods of
   controlling the Internet, chiefly using more and more sophisticated
   filtering technology and surveillance of electronic communications and
   setting-up cyber-police;
   G. whereas, according to human rights organisations, a large number of
   cyber-dissidents are detained in prison - most of them in China - including
   Hao Wu, Chinese blogger and documentary filmmaker, Yang Zili, Chinese
   cyber-dissident, Shi Tao, Chinese journalist at the daily Dangdai Shangbao,
   Motjaba Saminejad, Iranian blogger, Mohammed Abbou, Tunisian lawyer, Pham
   Hong Son, Vietnamese doctor and Habib Saleh, Syrian online journalist;
   whereas the most recent cases concern the Egyptian bloggers Mohamed Sharkawy
   and Karim Lel-shaer;
   H. whereas a number of countries can be seen as enemies of freedom of
   expression on-line as stated in the last Reporters Without Borders report,
   including China, Belarus, Burma, Cuba, Iran, Libya, Maldives, Nepal, North
   Korea, Uzbekistan, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Tunisia, Turkmenistan and Vietnam.
   I. whereas companies based in democratic States partly provide these
   countries the means to censor the web and to monitor electronic
   communication;
   J. whereas Chinese government has successfully persuaded companies such as
   Yahoo, Google and Microsoft to facilitate the censorship of their services
   in the Chinese internet market; also notes that other governments have
   required the means for censorship from other companies;
   K. whereas equipment and technologies supplied by Western companies such
   as CISCO Systems, Telecom Italia, Wanadoo, a subsidiary of France Telecom
   have been used by governments for the purpose of censoring the Internet
   preventing freedom of expression;
   L. whereas US legislators introduced a bill in February 2006, the Global
   On-line Freedom Act, aimed at regulating the activities of Internet
   businesses when they operate in repressive countries;
   M. whereas the EU should demonstrate that the rights of Internet users are
   at the heart of its concerns and that it is ready to act to promote free
   speech on-line;
   1. Reaffirms the fact that freedom of expression is a key value shared by
   all EU countries and that they have to take concrete steps to defend it;
   2. Calls, in this respect, on the Council and the EU Member States to agree
   on a joint statement confirming their commitment in favour of the protection
   of the rights of internet users and of the promotion of free expression on
   the internet world-wide;
   3. Reiterates its commitment to the principles which were confirmed at the
   Tunis Summit, viz.:
    - building the information society on the basis of human rights and
   fundamental freedoms,
    - combating the digital divide and seeking resources for action plans to
   foster development,
    - developing Internet governance arrangements which are more balanced,
   pluralist and representative of the States involved, to meet the new
   technological challenges (spamming, data protection, etc.);
   4. Strongly condemns restrictions on Internet content, whether they apply
   to the dissemination or to the receipt of information, that are imposed by
   Governments and are not in strict conformity with the guarantee of freedom
   of expression; strongly condemns the harassment and imprisonment of
   journalists and others who are expressing their opinions on the Internet;
   calls, in this respect, on the Council and the Commission to take all
   necessary measures vis-à-vis the authorities of the concerned countries for
   the immediate release of all detained Internet users;
   5. Calls on the Commission and the Council to draw up a voluntary code of
   conduct that would put limits on the activities of companies in repressive
   countries;
   6. Calls on the Commission and the Council to maintain the presence and
   active participation of the EU and the presentation of common positions
   especially with ECOSOC, ITU, UNESCO and UNDP;
   7. Calls on the Council and the Commission when considering its assistance
   programmes to third countries to take into account the need for unrestricted
   Internet access by their citizens;
   8. Welcomes the Joint Investor Statement on Freedom of Expression and the
   Internet at the initiative of Reporters Without Borders; stresses that
   corporations which provide Internet searching, chat, publishing or other
   services should have a responsibility to ensure that the rights of users are
   respected;
   9. Instructs its President to forward this resolution to the Council, the
   Commission, and the governments and parliaments of the Member States

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