發文作者:kahoo | 二月 18, 2008

鍾會的故事 蘇賡哲

中國傳統最講孝道,魏晉時代世局雖然紛亂,統治者仍標榜以孝治天下,不孝可以是死罪。魏 時,鍾會是荀勖的從舅,兩人感情不大融洽。荀勖有一把寶劍,經常放在母親鍾夫人住處。鍾會模仿荀勖筆跡,寫信給荀勖母親騙走寶劍。事後,荀勖知道是鍾會做 的好事,但沒辦法要回來,便經常想報復的辦法。

隔了一段時期,鍾會和兄長鍾毓花了千萬巨資,建造一所豪宅,還未入伙,擅長繪畫的荀勖偷偷跑進去,在豪宅迎門堂壁上畫了鍾氏兄弟死了的父親鍾繇肖像,穿戴和容貌都栩栩如生。鍾氏兄弟入宅一見,悲慟大哭。從此,豪宅便空置荒廢了。

事實上在所謂封建時代,如果發生兒女殺死父母案件,是不得了大事。兇手判處凌遲外,當地行政長官要撤職,清代還曾有巡撫下令推倒兇手鄰居的房子。懲罰鄰居,是認為他們要對敗壞教化共同負責。

到了中華人民共和國時期的六十年代,政府卻要兒女殺父母。政治犯張志新女士將被槍殺,法院 替她稚齡兒女辦學習班,所學習「做人的道理」,是鼓動孩子去要求政府殺死自己親生母親,還特別聲明不收屍,屍體任由政府處置(後來查知張的遺體做了醫學標 本)。張志新只不過是政治異見者,殺害政治犯,已為現代文明所不容,何以還要在處死之外,炮製「稚齡兒女要求殺母」這一幕?對孩子來說,那肯定是懂得獨立 思考以後終身的痛苦。而孩子連政治犯也不是,只是政治犯的兒女。

鍾會兄弟在天有靈,會怎樣思考民族性的沉淪?


Responses

  1. 鍾會冒名奪甥寶物,不義在前;聯姜維反魏,不忠在後!

    此不忠不義之士,雖侍親至孝(僅侍其遺像乎?),不足引為表率!!

    何謂孝?

    論語
    子 曰 : 「 父 在 , 觀 其 志 ; 父 沒 , 觀 其 行 ; 三 年 無 改 於 父 之 道 , 可 謂 孝 矣 。 」
    子 曰 : 「 父 母 在 , 不 遠 游 , 游 必 有 方 。 」
    子 曰 : 「 生 , 事 之 以 禮 ; 死 , 葬 之 以 禮 , 祭 之 以 禮 。 」
    子 曰 : 「 父 母 唯 其 疾 之 憂 。 」
    子 曰 : 「 今 之 孝 者 , 是 謂 能 養 。 至 於 犬 馬 , 皆 能 有 養 ; 不 敬 , 何 以 別 乎 。 」
    子 曰 : 「 色 難 。 有 事 , 弟 子 服 其 勞 ; 有 酒 食 , 先 生 饌 , 曾 是 以 為 孝 乎 ? 」

    前事不忘,後事之師! 三反五反,文革浩劫;全國混沌,國內適齡者可獨善其身者希矣!
    君不君;父不父;子不子;道不道!

    挖瘡疤,揭臭史;可書萬本!可批千年! 潤筆不絕矣!

  2. 其實共產黨滅絕人性嘅行為, 層出不窮, 文革時期嘅所作所為只係到達「癲」峯, 但文革之後對人民思想及行為上嘅操控及打壓亦屢見不鮮。 雖然現在新一代領導人下嘅政策及作風表面上已更開明, 但政治犯張志新女士將被槍殺等事件亦不斷要重提, 提醒共產黨要以德政、愛民、包容及接受異見為治國之本。

    不過講開又講喇, 上面幅相又係邊位嚟嘅呢吓?

    a) 荀勖
    b) 荀勖嘅母親 (Well…you never know!)
    c) 鍾會
    d) 鍾會個兄長鍾毓
    e) 鍾氏兄弟嘅父親鍾繇; 定係
    f) 識捉鬼嘅鍾馗?

    因為相中人個髮形同做形都咁 “in", 斷估一定冇可能係荀勖 (呀, 呢個「勖」字有冇人識讀, 可以指教吓呢?) 畫嘅, 一定係黃玉郎筆下嘅其中一位中華英雄嚟嘅!

    唔知有冇估錯呢吓?

  3. Don’t trust the Chinese Communist, Ching Cheung is a good example, very easy to jail, doesn’t know why

  4. Ching Cheung is a spy who betrayed his own country. He should be tried for treason, for he have not yet receive his punishment he deserved.

  5. 勖= 勗
    廣音:沃,煜

  6. Ching Cheung Is A Spy: prove it, with no proof, you shut up your fxxxxx mouth.

  7. If he is a spy, China would NEVER release him from jail or even have executed him.

    For those who believe China is ALWAYS right, they should accept this decision with no choice otherwise, they are betraying their own country.

  8. 見龍兄:

    唔該哂。咁「繇」呢? (呢個真係深得好緊要呀!)

  9. 1) 繇 (國音 yao2) (粵音 謠)
    草木茂盛的樣子;姓
    2) 繇 (國音 zhou4) (粵音宙)
    古 占卜

    在此 鍾[繇] 應讀 (謠)

  10. 兒女殺父母當然是暴民的所為. 談到暴民, 我最近看過本地的一篇文章關於 ”網絡暴民, 隨心所欲, 無所不為, 以鍵盤為武器, 多數人的暴力, 等”問題. 比較兒女殺父母的行為, 我很難理解為什麼網絡用戶都可以被視為暴民. 即使它們發生在不同的時代,多數人都會知道哪一個是更嚴重的暴民行為.

  11. 見龍兄:

    再一次唔該哂。

    i.e.

    荀勖 (=荀沃)
    鍾繇 (=鍾謠)

  12. 獨孤兄:
    客氣!客氣!

  13. “We know now that men can be made to do exactly anything…..It’s all a question of finding the right means. If only we take enough trouble and go sufficiently slowly, we can make him kill his aged parents and eat them in a stew."

    – Jules Romains – Sourced from a 1960 CIA study on Brainwashing

  14. Ching Cheung is released under PAROLE, not complete discharge, and his guilty indictment as a spy STILL STANDS.

  15. “Ching Cheung Is A Spy" is either a communist or Jap agent.

  16. Still no proof he’s guilty…….everything is not disclosed, so the verdict is not guilty.

  17. Raymond, Ching Cheung Is A Spy, Ching Cheung Is NOT A Spy, LMF & CICA,

    Your arguing whether Ching Cheung is a spy or not is meaningless since you are on different platforms.

    ‘Ching Cheung is A Spy’ trusts the judicial system of China while the rest don’t have faith in it.

    ‘Ching Cheung is A Spy’,

    Could you share with us why you have so much confidence in the judicial system of China to help us standing on the same/similar platform for discussions?

  18. Well, “Cat Lover", could you or anybody else on this board prove, or ask Ching Cheung himself to prove, that he has not committed espionage against his motherland? That he is indeed innocent?

  19. It will be interesting to conduct a Yes or No vote for the subject matter that ‘Ching Cheung Is A Spy’ on one condition that y0u don’t have to prove it but on your own judgement.

    My vote on this is No.

    P.S Make not mistake that the vote is not on the writer ‘Ching Cheung Is A Spy’.

  20. Regardless which platform you are on (lam Gon or un-lam Gon), both sides should support the release decision (this is a rare case). For un-lam Gon party, they believe Ching Cheung is innocent. For lam Gon party, they support China’s decisions unconditionally. Only the morons are wasting time in denying the outcome.

  21. Some die hard lam Gon fans do not have the capacity for tolerance to accept China is evolving, improving on certain issues and sometimes even has humanity.

  22. Ching Cheung Is A Spy,

    1. It seems that your response to my request reflects the different points of view on legal proceedings (another example that discussions are held on different platforms). We ask a prosecutor to prove the accused to be guilty but you ask the accused to prove he is innocent.

    2. I won’t ask you to prove Ching Cheung is guilty because I know you do not have relevant information on this case. I only asked you to tell us why you have so much confidence in the judicial system of China despite it is notorious on its abuse of judicial power and black-box handling of legal cases.

  23. Color Blind,

    I don’t quite catch your comment, “Some die hard lam Gon fans do not have the capacity for tolerance to accept China is evolving, improving on certain issues and sometimes even has humanity.” Why can’t they accept their beloved motherland is improving? Do you mean that they think China is perfect and she can improve anymore? Could you elaborate it?

  24. Hey, “Ching Cheung Is A Spy”, you’re an agent. Prove that you are not.

  25. Hey tell me you are not from CIA first.

  26. Well, dear lover of the cat, if Ching Cheung is a not a spy, and if he was not guilty, why has not he deny the allegations?

    So far from all public sources, he has NEVER ever denied his charges of espionage, nor has ANYONE ever came up with proof that he is indeed innocent.

    Ching Cheung IS A SPY, a traitor against his motherland.

  27. Ching Cheung Is A Spy,

    1. I think your question “why has he [Ching Cheung] not denied the allegations?”means why Ching Cheung has not denied the allegations publicly. He has definitely denied them in the court.

    2. Has Ching Cheung ever had a chance to defend himself publicly after arrest?

    3. Now he is under “parole” in HONG KONG. However, as already pointed out by 見龍在田兄, can we expect Ching to say anything which will make the Chinese government not happy to provide her with an excuse to put him back to jail? I incline to think that Ching’s release is on condition that he can’t say/disclose anything which is detrimental to the judicial system of China/Chinese government.

  28. Restating we have mentioned before, Ching Cheung’s acquittal would have been an open and shut trial under any other democratic jurisdiction.

    “The presumption of innocence — being innocent until proven guilty — is a legal right that the accused in criminal trials has in many modern nations. It states that no person shall be considered guilty until finally convicted by a court. The burden of proof is thus on the prosecution, which has to convince the court that the accused is guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. In case of remaining doubts, the accused is to be acquitted; this idea expressed by the Latin legal maxim “In dubio pro reo".

    Conversely, in many authoritarian regimes the prosecution case is, in practice, believed by default unless the accused can prove they are innocent, a practice called presumption of guilt. Many people believe that presumption of guilt is unfair and even immoral because it allows the strategic targeting of any individual, since it’s often difficult to establish firm proof of innocence (for example, it’s often impossible to establish an alibi if the person is home alone at the time of the crime).”

    The above quote is an excerpt from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Presumption_of_innocence

    It demonstrates, once again, the terror of not only surviving, but even stepping on the turf of a tyrannical regime! That is precisely why I have never even crossed Hong Kong’s border and set foot in this “great” land of ours which we would very much like to call it our “motherland” and would otherwise be proud of.

    And the saddest part of all this is: I am not regretting it – at least not yet – as long as the members of the Communist Party haven’t come to their senses and imitate only the superficial side of the west but not the very foundation of civility.

  29. Apology on typo, first paragraph should read:

    To restate what we have mentioned before, Cheung’s acquittal would have been an open and shut trial under any other democratic jurisdiction.

  30. Ching Cheung is a Spy: I believe you commit all the rapes cases in China, Chinese police can arrest you and send you to the court, and under Chinese judicial system, YOU have to prove you are innocent, not the police to prove you are guilty. Do you get it? Do you think it’s fair to you if I say you are serial raper?

  31. Anyone watched the HK news this morning? 程翔 had met the press, and spoke to the public. He did not deny he had taken money from Taiwan.

    According to law of a lot of modern nations (including US, Canada, HK,..), one has to be able to explain and prove one’s income and wealth.

    One has to reflect as why a lot of people love one’s own country and can do contribution to one’s own country with success, including people in mainland China, but only 程翔 got into trouble? 劉銳紹 & 李子誦 together with 程翔 創辦《當代》雜誌, 劉銳紹 & 李子誦 have never been arrested, right?

  32. You are not a murder, I don’t believe anyone here is a murder, nor does your wife and husband, your children, your collegues, and yourself.

    You never wanted to kill someone.

    One day you drive a car, and your phone rang, it distracts your for a second, and you ran a pedastrain over with you car. You killed him/her.

    For this, you have to go to jail, even though you never wanted to kill someone. Because killing a person, even not purposely so, is still a crime.

    Ching Cheung probably never wanted to betray, or steal secrets, he is likely a very patriotic person too, or so he believes. But he is still a indicted criminal for crime(s) against his country.

  33. Putting forward any argument to support or subvert whether Ching Cheung was a spy, a traitor, an anti-China/anti-Communist Party mole, or simply a pro-communist-journalist-turned-democracy-loving-man is rhetorical at this point in time. The “legal proceedings" have already run its course in China in some kind of covert legal procedure of which only the government officials (and the rank-and-file) there have records. If Cheung did receive some kind of remuneration from Taiwan, what was the money for? If the remuneration was for payment of his spying service for Taiwan, what prevented the Chinese authority from releasing the evidence as the basis of Ching Cheung’s indictment? Kindly give us the details if anyone has read the sentence that Ching Cheung was indicted upon?

    Whether we like it or not, history has shown, especially under democratic jurisdictions, that, yes, innocent people sometimes get wrongfully sentenced to years of imprisonment while perpetrators of crime walk free. However, authoritarian jurisdictions just tend to exercise the former option liberally without any ways and means of recourse!

  34. ‘Ching Cheung Is A Spy’ is a spy since he did not prove he’s not and he did n0t deny the allegation.

    Dangerous verdict indeed!
    Powerful weapon for tyrany!
    Bad news for the small potatoes!

    無中生有
    走為上策

  35. That stupid person: read the news and watch the news, Ching has denied the allegation. Open your eyes and your mind, and THINK!
    I received money from Canadian gov’t and HK gov’t , am I a spy?

  36. what’s the problem of receiving monetary reward for your hard work and time?

  37. “democratic jurisdictions"? This is currently happening in democratic countries:

    Both Canada & USA governments are unjust, inhuman, no transparency about Khadr–
    Khadr secret document released by accident shown– Just a US soldier’s “He felt”, a 15 years boy has been locked up since 2002 years. Where is justice, where is human right to a little Canada born boy? I’m Chinese I care about 程翔, but his is an adult, he knows what he did, he went thru the justice system, no matter how not transparent it was, and he got out with parole. This is totally justice at work. But Khadr was 15 years old, got framed and kidnapped, only military trials. In any human justice system, a child of 15 should not be put in prison for 6 years without formal court trial. I care about any unjust in the world, I care for 程翔, but he is “free”, what about Khadr?

    http://www.thestar.com/article/300329
    …A classified document mistakenly released to reporters today revealed that Omar Khadr wasn’t the only one alive in an Afghan compound when an American soldier was fatally wounded…
    “There’s no openness about this process,” said Khadr’s military lawyer Navy Lt.-Cmdr. Bill Kuebler after the hearing. “It’s not that the government shouldn’t be able to protect information when there is a legitimate need to protect it, it’s the government’s overuse of classification . . . that basically keep one hundred percent of the evidence in the case outside of the public’s view except if the government decides to sort of dribble it out to you.”…”Based on his extensive combat experience, OC-1 believed that Khadr and the man at the back of the alley with the AK rifle were the only two alive at the time of the assault. He felt that due to the grenade being thrown simultaneously to the directed rifle fire that the grenade was thrown by someone other than the man who was firing the rifle.”…

  38. 因間諜罪而在內地被判監5年的新加坡《海峽時報》中國首席特派員程翔,月初獲假釋後,昨首度現身談及事件。他鄭重聲明,從沒有做過任何危害國家安全及損害國家利益的事,問心無愧,更沒有做間諜的主觀意圖,從沒持有任何國家機密

    Me too! haha

  39. Is CICA is a spy working for the CIA?

  40. Omar Khadr had been working as an Al-Qaeda operative until his capture by the allies. His case is now being examined by the the BAR societies both here and in the States. Although this defected Canadian boy could’ve been caught in the act killing ally soldiers in Afghanistan, it is quite obvious that, due to nothing but sheer luck, it wasn’t him who threw that grenade that resulted in the death of the U.S. soldier Christopher J. Speer.

    The difference between 程翔 and Omar Khadr is that one was tried in an ironically-named “Chinese justice system" where just judgment is a rarity because the scale of justice is invariably systemically and systematically tilted in favour of the crown prosecutor. In democratic jurisdictions like Canada and the U.S., not only there is hope that Omar Khadr will see light at the end of the tunnel because his case will be tried before the public, this chap may even turn around and file a counter-suit to try to pocket millions of dollars of compensations from the taxpayers – although you and I both know that he does not deserve even a penny of payout from us due to his background in supporting Al-Qaeda’s fight against the allies.

    Although there is no flawless political system in the world where absolute justice always prevails, authoritarian states are by far the worst by using the judicial system as their own tool to exercise tight control over their citizens since judicial independence hardly exists under these evil regimes.

  41. 獨孤求丙,
    Yours sounded like a speech from President Bush🙂
    If we look at the current 10 years events, if “evil regimes” means invasion, cause a lot of other countries’ folks death like Iraq, have a lot of protesters’ wherever the President visits, partitioned Kosovo & causing so much trouble, have their embassy demonstrated by protesters, tell me which country is this? Cuba, North Korea, Iran, China? No, USA. There is no any other single so called evil regime or communist country caused so many death in the last 10 years.

    I suggest you read the current news more carefully.
    It is kind of sick to say a 15 years old boy kidnapped by US army since 2002 with NO open court, and now transferring to military court , by joking that the boy can claim millions of $?

    Let time judge your sick hearted statement/joke.

    程翔 is an adult, who lived half his life before his trouble, he has all the knowledge to make his choice to not to make trouble. I dare not say he did or did not do anything wrong, as any justice system in this world can miss-judge, but the fact is he was released on parole, after❤ years in prison.
    Khadr is STILL in prison for almost 6 years and counting!! Whatever Khadr did, me & you have no real idea, but whatever he did was between the age 0 -15 years old. What kind of democratic country can do such harm to an under age like this with NO evidence, but was actually a framed case? How evil is to frame a 15 year old boy? If any bad thing he did ( I doubt), do you think he had 程翔’s knowledge to make the “right” choice?

  42. 獨孤求丙,

    You should be ashamed of what your heartless saying about Khadr. Please read this article if you still have a tiny bit of heart left.

    David M. Crane Feb 22, 2008 04:30 AM
    http://www.thestar.com/article/305813

    Have you ever looked into the eyes of a child who has no hope? I have and it will stay with me the rest of my life. I’ll bet if I looked into the eyes of a young Canadian named Omar Khadr, I’d see the same sad look of a child who has no hope.

    The child, now a young man, was 15 at the time of the alleged crime he is charged with committing, yet the facts show that he had no choice after being taken by his family from Canada to Afghanistan several years ago. The child was very young and he had little option but to go with members of his family.

    That child was Omar Khadr, a Canadian citizen. At 15 he was no more legally responsible for any crimes committed in combat than the children of Sierra Leone, which I chose not to prosecute. Omar Khadr is a victim of war.

    The charges against him should be dropped and he should be sent home where he can be rehabilitated, not punished. Defence counsel alleges he is mentally years behind his now 20 years of age, as he has been incarcerated in a detention camp since 2002. One asks where is the outrage in all of this by right-thinking people? France has called for Khadr’s release. Where is Canada?

  43. Bring Khadr home

    The news:
    If you care to know what happened to Khadr when he was 15, check these Toronto Star’s articles, beware the graphic can be too shocking to some:
    Part 1: The story of Guantanamo’s child
    http://www.thestar.com/article/326337
    “..DAMIEN CORSETTI was one of the interrogators… was an intimidator and he was good at it…When Corsetti saw the hole on the top of Omar’s back, he held a Coke can to the wound. “You could have fit that can of Coke in…

    Corsetti wasn’t Omar’s interrogator but made a point of talking to the teenager as often as he could..”Honestly, he seemed like a young kid who got swept up into something because of his family ties and never got the opportunity to make a choice for himself whether it was right or wrong,” Corsetti said.

    Part 2: Omar Khadr: Life as a human mop
    http://www.thestar.com/article/326574

    Bring Khadr home
    http://www.thestar.com/article/326290
    “The American Civil Liberties Union describes the tribunals as “a mockery” of justice. The United Nations, the Canadian Bar Association, Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch and many others have taken up his case. …Britain and Australia have managed to have their own citizens returned from Guantánamo. (to face due process at home)

    The book :
    “Guantánamo’s Child: The Untold Story of Omar Khadr,” by Michelle Shephard, Toronto Star journalist tobe released on Mar 24.


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