[文集] [专题] [检索] [独立评论] [海阔天空] [矛盾江湖] [全版论坛]

独立评论

作者: 鸡头肉   如何为川普辩护及打圆场? 2017-03-01 13:08:25  [点击:997]
如果不能通过观察某些川粉的言行得到乐趣,那只能说明俺们还不是合格的看戏党员-_-

当川普开始承认“一中立场”时,川粉们曾纷纷出来替他打圆场。

一个常见的说法是,此一中非彼一中也——川普在承认一中的同时,也强调了要保护台湾。

乍一看这是在陈述事实。也是,谁说川普在讲话中没有说到对台湾应尽的义务呢?

然而,想要使这样的辩护有效,就必须预设一个潜台词,即川普之前的几任美国总统并未承诺保护台湾。这样一来,川普就比他的前任更讲原则,更讲道义,因而超越了他们。

可问题是,有打算不遵守《台湾关系法》、不愿意履行保护台湾义务的前任总统吗?

这种辩护所使用的障眼法,当然瞒不了多少人。于是就有川粉另辟蹊径,坚称川普之所以退缩到“一中”,是因为中共对川普作了“重大的让步”。

为什么没有相关的报道呢?据说这是因为照顾到了中共的“面子”——咱们要得到的是“里子”,也就是实质上的胜利,把让步的内容当作国家机密好了,先藏着掖着,等到时机适当时再解密也罢。

这种辩护方法有点类似于《猴爪》的写作技巧:任何超自然的奇迹都将被一种更高明的超自然奇迹消解掉,最后,在可观察的世界中,凡人看不到神迹-_-

凡人的确无法看到神迹。从下面这则新闻中,俺们确实看不到中共对美国有“让步”和愿意合作的任何迹象(题外话:下列报道中的另一个“真正的”主角是普金,俺早说过像川普这样对流氓一味示好,未必能换来流氓的尊重)。


Russia and China veto new UN sanctions on Syria

US ambassador to the UN accuses Russia and China of putting their partnership with Bashar Assad ahead of global security after the two countries veto new UN sanctions on Syria.

Associated Press|Published:  01.03.17 , 13:01


Russia and China vetoed new UN sanctions on Syria Tuesday, and the US ambassador accused both countries of refusing to hold President Bashar al-Assad's regime accountable for the use of chemical weapons.

"They put their friends in the Assad regime ahead of our global security," new American envoy Nikki Haley told the UN Security Council after the vote. "They turned away from defenseless men, women and children who died gasping for breath when Assad's forces dropped their poisonous gas."

The Trump administration recently joined France and Britain in sponsoring the resolution, and Haley minced no words in denouncing the "outrageous and indefensible choice" that Russia and China made on Tuesday. President Donald Trump had warm words for Russian President Vladimir Putin while campaigning but Haley has now criticized Russia over its annexation of Ukraine's Crimea peninsula as well as Syria.

The defeated resolution was drafted following a joint investigation by the United Nations and the international chemical weapons watchdog that determined the Syrian government was behind at least three attacks involving chlorine gas and ISIS group was responsible for at least one involving mustard gas.

Russia, Syria's closest ally, joined Western nations in establishing the joint investigation, known as the JIM, to determine responsibility for chemical attacks.

But Russia's deputy UN ambassador Vladimir Safronkov said after the vote that Moscow let it be known early on that it was "skeptical" of the JIM's reports and the "uncorroborated nature of the conclusions." He stressed that there was "no convincing evidence" to determine who was responsible for using chemical weapons.

Safronkov also pointed to the divided Security Council vote saying many council members have questions about the JIM's conclusions and the resolution. It got the minimum nine "yes" votes on Tuesday but in addition to China and Russia, Bolivia voted "no" and three countries abstained: Egypt, Ethiopia and Kazakhstan.

Addressing the three Western sponsors, Safronkov said: "You decided on provocation when you knew well in advance our position." He stressed that the only way to resolve the Syrian conflict, now in its sixth year, is through cooperation — "and it's high time we do so."

Earlier Tuesday, Putin said Russia will oppose any new sanctions against Syria "because it wouldn't help the negotiation process but only hamper it and undermine confidence as the process of negotiations is under way."

Haley, the US ambassador, said Russia and China sat through nearly a year of briefings by the JIM investigators and never objected "but now, they suddenly say the investigation just wasn't enough."

"Russia's suggestion is for the Assad regime to investigate itself for use of chemical weapons," she said. "There is nothing wrong with the investigation. Russia just doesn't want to criticize the Assad regime for using chemical weapons. That's the truth."

Referring to "my friends in Russia," Haley added, "it is a sad day in the Security Council when members start making excuses for other member states killing their own people."

"The world is definitely a more dangerous place," she said. "Today, the international community can look no further than the Security Council for contributing to that."

She said the United States has already put the 21 individuals, companies and organizations targeted for UN sanctions in the defeated resolution on the US sanctions blacklist and will urge the European Union and other countries to follow suit.

Haley also said the ISIS' use of chemical weapons adds to the US determination to defeat the extremist group.

"But ISIS' barbarity is no excuse for Assad's barbarity," she said. "Both use chemical weapons. Both should face the consequences."

A chemical weapon attack on a Damascus suburb that killed hundreds of civilians on August 21, 2013, led to a US-Russian agreement and a Security Council resolution the following month that ordered the destruction of Syria's chemical weapons, precursors and the equipment to produce the deadly agents. Council members also pledged to take further measures if chemical weapons were used.

While insisting it did not stage the attack, the Syrian government supported the resolution and joined the chemical weapons watchdog known as the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, warding off possible US military strikes.

Syria's declared stockpile of 1,300 metric tons of chemicals has been destroyed, but the OPCW is still investigating outstanding questions about possible undeclared chemical weapons.

Syria's deputy UN ambassador Mounzer Mounzer told the council his government opposes any use of weapons of mass destruction and said the JIM report is based on "fabricated eyewitness accounts drawn from terrorist groups" supported by the US, France and Britain.

"Today, what we see is that the three states in question have proposed this draft resolution simply so as to protect the nuclear and biological stockpiles of Israel," he said.

Salem Al Meslet, spokesman for Syria's main opposition faction taking parts in UN-mediated talks in Geneva, expressed disappointment at the resolution's defeat.

"We regret this veto, which is inconsistent with Russia's previous policy on chemical weapons and not in harmony with Russia's apparent effort to achieve a political solution in Geneva," he said in a statement.

加跟贴

笔名:     新网友请先注册笔名 密码:
主题: 进文集
内容: