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Nguồn: Tuyển chọn với sự cho phép từ Viet-studies

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Trong cuốn “Censorship in Vietnam“, Thomas Bass (tác giả cuốn “The Spy Who Loved Us” về Phạm Xuân Ẩn), tóm tắt tình hình Việt Nam như thế này, nghe thật là thảm:

“What I found during this visit was a culture in ruins. Vietnam’s best fiction writers no longer write fiction. Its poets no longer write poetry, except for those who circulate their work in underground samizdats. Journalism is a corrupt enterprise controlled by the government. Ditto for publishing. History is a subject too dangerous to study. Freedom of religion, thought, speech—none exists. The country has silenced or driven into exile its intellectual talent. In this wasteland has sprouted a relentlessly commercial culture. The Communist Party of Vietnam, through its state-owned enterprises and its hammerlock on corporate financing, controls the economy at the top. Only because famine forced its hand did it allow pushcart vendors and petits-commerçants to compete at the bottom. Can a country this lopsided carry on forever without falling on its face?”

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