【禁聞】烏魯木齊爆炸案時間蹊蹺引關注

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【新唐人2014年05月02日訊】新疆烏魯木齊日前發生爆炸案,當局定性為暴力恐怖襲擊。而爆炸發生在中共國家主席習近平視察新疆的最後一天,這一時間上的巧合,引起關注。請看詳細報導。

4月30號晚上7點10分左右,新疆烏魯木齊火車南站的旅客出站口,發生了一起爆炸案。5月1號大陸警方宣告破案,定性這是一起嚴重的暴力恐怖襲擊案。據報導,嫌犯在出站口接人處,持刀砍殺民眾,同時又引爆爆炸裝置,一共3人死亡,79人受傷。3名死者中只有1名是平民,另外2人是引爆身上炸彈身亡的嫌犯。

目前還沒有任何組織或個人宣稱對這次襲擊事件負責。英國《路透社》5月1號從烏魯木齊發回的消息說,當天十多輛黑色警車停在火車站的周邊,配備衝鋒槍的特警在火車站入口處巡邏。

旅居荷蘭的中國民主黨創始人之一陳忠和:「主要是中國(中共)對少數民族這種錯誤政策,它完全是一種歧視的和打壓的方式來對待維吾爾族人,所以說現在是所有維吾爾族人都對共產黨非常的不滿,非常的氣憤,所以說這個爆炸不是偶然,是有意識的,進行抗議,抗議這個暴政。」

「世界維吾爾人大會」5月1號發表聲明,呼籲北京「理性處理突發事件,釋放無辜被捕的維吾爾人,停止利用意外事件進行煽動及妖魔化維吾爾族群。」

令外界感到巧合的是,爆炸案發生當天,正是中共國家主席習近平和中共政治局常委、和政協主席俞正聲、以及新疆黨委書記張春賢、新疆政府主席努爾•白克力等人,在喀甚和烏魯木齊視察的最後一天。習近平得知烏魯木齊爆炸案後,立刻表態,要「採取果斷措施,堅決把暴恐分子的囂張氣焰打下去」。

旅美中國問題評論人士李善鑒:「這次新疆爆炸事件時機發生是有一些蹊翹,有一種可能性:有中共政治勢力的參與。因為他搞起社會的恐慌,一方面對當前執權者是一個壓力,另外一方面它就需要維穩,那麼有一些人通過這個事情,去維護自己或增加自己的勢力。」

旅美中國問題評論人士李善鑒舉例說明,前些年江派掌權時,前政法委書記周永康就是利用這種辦法,建立起「第二中央」和預算超過軍費的維穩體系。有輿論指出,至今懸而未決的周永康案,很有可能是中共高層內鬥的「導火索」。

在民間,烏魯木齊爆炸案,令很多人想起,兩個月前,雲南昆明火車站發生的砍人事件,當時造成了29位平民死亡、143人受傷。中共官方宣佈,這一事件是暴力恐怖襲擊,兇手是維吾爾族人。民間和海外輿論對此多有質疑。

旅居荷蘭的「中國民主黨」創始人之一陳忠和認為,中國社會近期更加動盪不安,根本原因在於共產黨的獨裁專治。

陳忠和:「它對人民的政策,就是把人民當敵人,它總認為它的武力、它的槍桿子是萬能的,甚麼事情它不但不解決,把小事情鬧成大事情,到最後不共戴天的,所以說爆炸案件將來會越來越多。因為人民有權力抗暴,抗拒你這個暴政。」

李善鑒:「現在中國社會各種各樣的矛盾,其實是非常激化、非常尖銳的。發生這種情況,在現在的中國社會已經慢慢都變成一個常態了。根本要解決這個問題的話,還是要把製造矛盾的根源解決。那這個根源就是共產黨,只有把它解決了,中國的這些矛盾才會陸續的真正的得到解決。」

2009年7月5號,中共在新疆暴力鎮壓抗議的維族民眾,造成流血事件。北京承認在198名死者中只有46人是維族,而據「世維大會」公布的數據,被殺的維族人數在600到800人之間,900多人受傷,上千人被捕。同年11月,中共把被抓的9名維族人士判以死刑。

採訪編輯/唐音 後製/孫寧

Questions Over Timing of Recent Urumqi Bombing

The recent Urumqi bombing was labeled
as a terrorist attack by the Chinese authorities.
The explosion took place during the
last day of Xi Jinping’s visit to Xinjiang.
Concern has been raised over
the coincidence of the incident.

Let’s hear the report.

At 7.10pm on April 30, an explosion took place
at the south exit of Urumqi Railway Station.
On May 1, mainland Chinese police announced
the case of a serious terrorist attack was solved.
According to the report, suspects stabbed people with a
knife and detonated explosive device at the station exit.
The incident resulted in 3 deaths, with 79
injured. One civilian and two suspects died.

Currently, there has been no organization or
individual claiming responsibility for the attack.

Reuters reported that, “dozens of police vans
were parked around the station, while camouflaged
police with assault rifles patrolled its entrance.

Despite the security, the station was busy
and appeared to be operating normally.”

Chen Zhonghe, China Democracy Party founder: “It is
mainly because of wrong policies for ethnic minorities.
There is total discrimination and suppression of the
Uyghur minority by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).

It makes all Uyghurs dissatisfied with the CCP.

The explosion was not accidental, but
rather a conscious protest towards tyranny.”

On May 1, the World Uyghur Congress appealed
to Beijing to rationally handle the incident.

It called for the release of arrested innocent
Uyghurs and stop manipulating the incident to
incite hatred towards, and demonize Uyghurs.

Is it coincidental that the bombings took place on the
last day of Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit to Urumqi?
Xi was accompanied by Politburo Standing
Committee member Yu Zhengsheng.

He was also accompanied by Xinjiang Party
Secretary Zhang Chunxian, and Chairman of the
Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region Nur Bekri.

Responding to the attack, Xi Jinping said,
“Decisive actions must be taken to resolutely
suppress the terrorists’ rampant momentum.”

Li Shanjian, China affairs commentator: “The
timing of this explosion is quite questionable.
One possibility is that political forces are involved, as
social panic creates pressure for the current leaders.
The other is that 『maintaining stability’ will
take place in the event of such an incident.
Certain people will thus get to enhance
their own authority and power in the region.”

China affairs commentator Li Shanjian describes
the situation during the Jiang Zemin era.
The former Secretary of the Politics and Law Committee,
Zhou Yongkang, manipulated the system to create a second
central power source, that was costing more than the military.

It is said that the Zhou Yongkang’s pending
court case might trigger CCP infighting.

The recent Urumqi bombing was a reminder of the
Kunming Railway Station attack two months ago.

29 people were killed and 143 injured.

It was claimed that this was also a
terrorist attack committed by the Uyghurs.
This was despite serious questions raised over this by
people within China, and in the international community.

China Democratic Party founder Chen Zhonghe
believes that the CCP dictatorship is the cause
of much of the turbulence in Chinese society.

Chen Zhonghe: “The authorities believe
force and use of guns are omnipotent,
but it considers the people as enemies.

They don’t resolve issues, but only escalate
small incidents into major acts of violence.
So, there might be more bombings from
people who want to protest such tyranny.”

Li Shanjian: “The various social conflicts are
becoming sharper and more acute in society now.

Such incidents seem to be a norm in China.

Thy only way to resolve these problems is through
solving the root of the conflict, which is the CCP.”

On July 5, 2009, the CCP violently
suppressed Uygur protests in Xinjiang.
Beijing authorities only admitted that
there were 46 Uighurs within the 198 deaths.
However, the World Uyghur Congress estimated 600 to 800
Uyghurs were killed, 900 injured, and thousands arrested.
In 2009 November, the CCP sentenced
nine arrested Uyghurs to death.

Interview& Edit/Tangyin Post-Production/Sunning

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