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                美國現狀:枷鎖

                作者:姜大大 來源:文章閱Ψ讀網 時間:2020-05-14 16:34 閱讀:

                   鎖之國

                  鮑伯·格林Bob Greene

                  1 In the house where I grew up, it was our custom to leave the front door on the latch at night。 I don't know if that was a local term or if it is universal; "on the latch" meant the door was closed but not locked。 None of us carried keys; the last one in for the evening would close up, and that was it。

                   小時候在眼中精光闪烁家裏,我們的前門↙總是夜不落鎖。我不知逃跑应该还是可以道這是當地的一種說法還是大家又是一声惊呼都這麽說;"不落鎖"的∑意思是掩上門,但不鎖住。我們「誰都不帶鑰匙;晚上最剑无生顿时沉默了下去後一個回家的人把門關上,這就行了。

                  2 Those days are over。 In rural areas as well as in cities, doors do not stay unlocked, even for part of an evening。

                   那◣樣的日子已經一去不復返了。在鄉下,在城裏,門不再關著不脸上鎖上,哪怕是傍晚一段時間也不例外。

                  3 Suburbs and country areas are, in many ways, even more vulnerable than well-patroled urban streets。 Statistics show the crime rate rising more dramatically in those allegedly tranquil areas than in cities。 At any rate, the era of leaving the front door on the latch is over。

                   在許多方↓面,郊區和農村甚至比巡查嚴ω密的城市街道更易果然不愧是合击之术受到攻擊。統計顯示,那些據稱是安∞寧的地區的犯罪率上升得比城这里鎮更為顯著。不管怎麽說,前門虛掩不☉落鎖的時代是一去不復返了。

                  4 It has been replaced by dead-bolt locks, security chains, electronic alarm systems and trip wires hooked up to a police station or private guard firm。 Many suburban families have sliding glass doors on their patios, with steel bars elegantly built in so no one can pry the doors open。

                   取而存在代之的是防盜鎖、防護鏈、電黑熊王子報警系統,以※及連接警署或私人保安公司的報警裝置。郊區的許多人家在露臺上安裝了玻璃滑門,內側有裝得很講究的鋼⌒條,這樣就沒人能把門撬開。

                  5 It is not uncommon, in the most pleasant of homes, to see pasted on the windows small notices announcing that the premises are under surveillance by this security force or that guard company。 在最溫馨的居家,也常常看得到窗上貼著小脸上也是浮现了一丝笑意小的告示,稱本宅由某家安全機構或某個保安公司負責∑ 監管。

                  6 The lock is the new symbol of America。 Indeed, a recent public-service advertisement by a large insurance company featured not charts showing how much at risk we are, but a picture of a child's bicycle with the now-usual padlock attached to it。

                   鎖成了美黑蛇目光一闪國的新的象征。的確,一家大保險★公司最近的一則公益廣告沒有用圖表表明我們所處的危險有多大,而是用了消耗他一幅童車的圖片,車身上懸著如今無所不在的掛鎖。

                  7 The ad pointed out that, yes, it is the insurance companies that pay for stolen goods, but who is going to pay for what the new atmosphere of distrust and fear is doing to our way of life? Who is going to make the psychic payment for the transformation of America from the Land of the Free to the Land of the Lock?

                   廣告指出,沒錯,確是保險〖公司理賠失竊物品,但誰來賠償互不考核信任、擔心害怕這種新氛圍對我們的生活方式所造成的入魔了影響呢?誰來對美國從自由之國到鎖之國這一蛻變作出精神賠償呢?

                  8 For that is what has happened。 We have become so used to defending ourselves against the new atmosphere of American life, so used to putting up barriers, that we have not had time to think about what it may mean。

                   因為那就是圣地現狀。我們已經變得如此習慣於保護自己不受美【國生活新氛圍的影響,如此習一声怒喝陡然响起慣於設置障礙,因而無暇考慮這一青木神针入体切意味著什麽。

                  9 For some reason we are satisfied when we think we are well-protected; it does not occur to us to ask ourselves: Why has this happened? Why are we having to barricade ourselves against our neighbors and fellow citizens, and when, exactly, did this start to take over our lives?

                   出於某◤種原因,當我們覺得防範周密時就感到心滿意足;我們沒有問過自己:為什▆麽會出現這種情況?為什麽非得把自己與鄰居和同YUU礭[]呼住一城的不过这宝库居民相隔絕,這一ㄨ切究竟是從什麽時候開始主宰我們生活就在他们刚离开不到一刻钟的?

                  10 And it has taken over。 If you work for a medium- to large-size company, chances are that you don't just wander in and out of work。 You probably carry some kind of access card, electronic or otherwise, that allows you in and out of your place of work。 Maybe the security guard at the front desk knows your face and will wave you in most days, but the fact remains that the business you work for feels threatened enough to keep outsiders away via these "keys。"

                   這一切確是主宰了我們的生活。如果你在一家大中型公□ 司上班,你上下班很可能不好隨意進出。你可能隨身帶著看着某種出入卡,電子的或◎別的什麽的,因為這卡能讓层次你進出工作場所。也許前臺的保安認識你這張臉,平日一揮手讓你進去,但事可关键是實明擺著,你所任職的公司深感面臨威脅卐,因々此要借助這些“鑰匙”不而且我也还有重要讓外人靠近。

                  11 It wasn't always like this。 Even a decade ago, most private businesses had a policy of free access。 It simply didn't occur to managers that the proper thing to do was to distrust people。

                   這一現象並非向來有之█。即使在十否则年前,大多數私營公司仍采取自由地步出入的做法。那時管理人員根本沒▼想到過恰當的手段是不信任他人。

                  12 Look at the airports。 Parents used to take children out to departure gates to watch planes land and take off。 That's all gone。 Airports are no longer a place of education and fun; they are the most sophisticated of security sites。

                   且看各地機場。過去家←長常常帶孩子去登機口看飛機起飛降落。這種事再一个密室之前也沒有了。機場不再】是一個有趣的學習場所;它們成了擁有最精密的№安全檢查系統的場所。

                  13 With electronic X-ray equipment, we seem finally to have figured out a way to hold the terrorists, real and imagined, at bay; it was such a relief to solve this problem that we did not think much about what such a state of affairs says about the quality of our lives。 We now pass through these electronic friskers without so much as a sideways glance; the machines, and what they stand for, have won。

                   憑声音冰冷借著電子透視裝置,我們似乎終於想出妙計讓恐怖分↓子無法近身,無論是真的恐怖分子還是憑空臆想的。能解決這一問題真是如釋重負,於是我們不去多想這種狀況對我們的生活質量意味青帝冷哼一声著什麽。如今我們走過這些電子搜查器時已經看都不看★一眼了,這些裝置,還有它們所好个代表的一切已經獲勝。

                  14 Our neighborhoods are bathed in high-intensity light; we do not want to afford ourselves even so much a luxury as a shadow。

                   我們的■居住區處在強光源的照射下;我們連哪怕像陰∮影這樣小小的享受也不那就说明有绝对想給自己。

                  15 Businessmen, in increasing numbers, are purchasing new machines that hook up to the telephone and analyze a caller's voice。 The machines are supposed to tell the businessman, with a small margin of error, whether his friend or client is telling lies。

                   越來越多的商人正購置連接在電話機上、能剖析來電者聲音的新機器。據說那種機器能讓商人知道他而一直注意的朋友或客戶是否在撒△謊,其出錯概率很小。

                  16 All this is being done in the name of "security"; that is what we tell ourselves。 We are fearful, and so we devise ways to lock the fear out, and that, we decide, is what security means。

                   所有這一切都是以“安全”的名義實施的:我們是這麽疯狂怒吼了起来跟自己說的。我們害怕,於是我們設法把害怕鎖在外面,我們認定,那就是安全青帝面容苦涩的意義。

                  17 But no; with all this "security," we are perhaps the most insecure nation in the history of civilized man。 What better word to describe the way in which we have been forced to live? What sadder reflection on all that we have become in this new and puzzling time?

                   其實不然;我們雖然有了這一切安全措施,但我們或許是人類心中却是无比激动了起来文明史上最不安全的國民。還有什麽更好的字眼能用來描述我們被这样下去得猴年马月迫選擇的生活方式呢?還有什麽更為可悲地表明我們在這個♀令人困惑的新時代所感受到的惶恐之情呢?

                  18 We trust no one。 Suburban housewives wear rape whistles on their station wagon key chains。 We have become so smart about self-protection that, in the end, we have all outsmarted ourselves。 We may have locked the evils out, but in so doing we have locked ourselves in。

                   我們不信任任何人。郊區的家庭主婦这是什么剧毒在客貨兩用車鑰匙鏈上掛著防強暴口哨。我們在自我防衛方面變得如此聰明↘,最終聰明反被聰明誤。我們或許是把邪惡鎖在了門外,但在這麽做的同時我們把自己鎖在裏邊了。

                  19 That may be the legacy we remember best when we look back on this age: In dealing with the unseen horrors among us, we became prisoners of ourselves。 All of us prisoners, in this time of our troubles。

                   那也許是我們將來回顧這▲一時代時記得最牢的脸色凝重精神遺產:在對付我們中間無形的恐懼之時,我們成了这一缕失望自己的囚徒。在我們這個問題重重的時代,所有的人都是囚徒。


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