"저는 중국에서 왔습니다. 제가 전 아시아를 대표해서 질문하겠습니다."
그러자 현장은 어이없어 하는 소리로 가득찼다. 그런데 진정한 오르가슴은 뒤에 있었다. 오바마는 루이청깡의 말을 듣고도 이야기 했다.
"마지막 질문은 한국 미디어에 주도록 하겠습니다."
그런데 루이청깡은 마이크를 넘겨주지 않으며 말했다.
"그럼 여기 있는 한국친구들이 저에게 그들을 대표해서 질문하게 한다면 어떻겠습니까? [각주:1]"
* 동영상 확인 결과 실제로 해당 사실이 있었습니다.
참고로 해당 발언은 중국 네티즌이 올린 글을 다시 올린 것이니, 이것을 중국인들이 전체 아시아를 통일 시키려고 한다고 말하는 말도 안되는 오류는 범하지 말아주시기 바랍니다. 실제 중국네티즌들은 CCTV가 밖에 나가서 중국에 창피를 준다고 이야기 하고 있습니다.
우리는 CCTV가 중국에서 어느 정도의 힘을 가지고 있으며 중국인들이 CCTV의 행태에 대해서 얼마나 큰 반감을 가지고 있는지 알 수 있습니다.
OBAMA: All right. I've got time for just a couple more questions. I'm going to find a journalist here.
OBAMA: All right. Here, I'm going to call on this gentleman right here. He's -- he's been very persistent.
RUI CHENGGANG: Rui Chenggang of China Central Television. It seems the world leaders have been talking about increasing the voice and voting rights of developing countries. I would like to ask two questions instead of just one. First one, on behalf of China...
OBAMA: I may choose which one I want to answer.
RUI CHENGGANG: of course.
OBAMA: That's always the danger of asking two questions.
RUI CHENGGANG: First one, you've had a very fruitful meeting with our President. And during the Clinton administration, U.S.-China relationship was characterized, in Clinton's words, "strategic, constructive partnership." During the Bush era it was -- the catchphrase, quote, unquote, "stakeholder." The Bush administration expects China to -- to become a responsible stakeholder in international affairs. Have you come up with a catchphrase of your own? And, certainly, it is not the G-2, is it?
And my second question is, on behalf of the world, politics is very local, even though we've been talking about global solution, as indicated by your recent preference over American journalists and British, which is OK. (Laughter.) How can you make sure that you will do whatever you can， so that that local politics will not trump or negatively affect good international economics?
Thank you, Mr. President.
OBAMA: Well, those -- those are excellent questions. On -- on the first question, your American counterparts will tell you I'm terrible with those little catchphrases and sound bites. So I haven't come up with anything catchy yet, but if you have any suggestions, let me know. (LAUGHTER) I'll be happy to use them.
In terms of local politics, look, I'm the President of the United States. I'm not the President of China, I'm not the President of Japan, I'm not the President of the other participants here. And so I have a direct responsibility to my constituents to make their lives better. That's why they put me in there. That accounts for some of the questions here, about how concretely does me being here help them find a job, pay for their home, send their kids to college, live what we call the American Dream. And I will be judged by my effectiveness in meeting their needs and concerns.
But in an era of integration and interdependence, it is also my responsibility to lead America into recognizing that its interests, its fate is tied up with the larger world; that if we neglect or abandon those who are suffering in poverty, that not only are we depriving ourselves of potential opportunities for markets and economic growth, but ultimately that despair may turn to violence that turns on us; that unless we are concerned about the education of all children and not just our children, not only may we be depriving ourselves of the next great scientist who's going to find the next new energy source that saves the planet, but we also may make people around the world much more vulnerable to anti-American propaganda.
So if I'm effective as America's President right now, part of that effectiveness involves holding a -- providing Americans insight into how their self-interest is tied up with yours. And that's an ongoing project because it's not always obvious.
And there are going to be times where short-term interests are going to differ; there's no doubt about it. And protectionism is the classic example. You can make arguments that if you can get away with protecting your markets, as long as the other folks don't protect theirs, then in the short term you may benefit. And it then becomes important not only for me to try to give people a sense of why, over the long term, that's counter-productive, but also it becomes important for me to put policies in place in the United States that provide a cushion, provide support for those people who may suffer local dislocations because of globalization. And that's something that I think every government has to think about.
There are individuals who will be harmed by a trade deal. There are businesses who will go out of business because of free trade. And to the extent that a government is not there to help them reshape their company or retrain for the new jobs that are being created, over time you're going to get people who see -- who rightly see their personal self-interest in very narrow terms. Okay?
- 이 뒤에 오바마 미국 대통령은 한국기자들에게 먼저 물어봐야된다고 하고, 한국기자들은 어떤 사정인지 질문한다고 손을 드는 사람이 없었으며 그래서 루이청깡이 다시 질문하게 된다. 본인이 알기로 이런 상황에서는 오바마 대통령이 한국미디어에 기회를 준다는 시점에서 루이청깡이 마이크를 넘겼어야 정상이다. 다만...한국기자들...머하냐-_-;;; 위대한 "대한민국 국격"을 생각하셔야지~ [본문으로]
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