【禁聞】北京抓捕「脫北者」時機敏感

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【新唐人2014年07月25日訊】中共當局最近抓捕了20名從朝鮮逃離出來的民眾,和6名幫助他們的人士。部分國際媒體加以關注。報導說,這些「脫北者」面臨著被遣返朝鮮。而韓國政府也希望北京當局能夠釋放他們。在中共領導人習近平剛剛訪問完韓國,中、韓關係升溫的時刻,出現這樣的事情,有甚麼特殊原因嗎?請看詳細報導。

《美國之音》和《自由亞洲電臺》23號都報導了「脫北者」被中共抓捕的這條消息。這些逃離北朝鮮的人民,在中國的山東和雲南被抓,他們是四個家庭,其中有一對60多歲的老夫妻,部分20多歲的年輕人和一名1歲的嬰兒。一同被抓的是幫助他們逃離的五名中國嚮導,和一名已經逃到韓國定居的原朝鮮逃亡者。

據了解,北京和平讓之間有遣返所謂非法越境者的協議,輿論估計這批「脫北者」被遣返的可能性很大。報導說,他們很可能會先被押往中、朝邊境的圖們市拘留所,然後被遣返回朝鮮。

韓國官方正在了解詳情,並積極營救,他們希望北京釋放這些「脫北者」。韓國政府根據保護人權和人道主義的原則,要求中方能允許這些「脫北者」到韓國定居。

但北京的態度卻顯示「非常不願意釋放這些朝鮮人」。

7月上旬,中共領導人習近平剛剛訪問完韓國,中、韓媒體大量報導中、韓關係升溫。

大陸時政觀察人士陳明慧分析,中共高層的權鬥造成現在的局勢非常敏感,他說,上海-江系的大本營,至今已經實行了一個月的空中軍事管制,此時發生抓捕「脫北者」,恐怕與權鬥升級有關。

大陸時政觀察人士陳明慧:「脫北者現在是落到中國大陸誰的派系?是習的這一派的,因為習他前一段時間剛訪問過韓國,我相信他一定是做出友好的舉動,但是如果說在這個江繫手裡,這個事情可能也會鬧大,會搞得很難堪,會故意給習下不了臺。」

朝鮮的法律規定,逃亡者至少將被關押在集中營裡5年,有些將被終身監禁,還有些會被處死。據成功逃出朝鮮的民眾證實:很多被遣返的「脫北者」被槍決,甚至包括孕婦。而且「脫北者」一旦被遣返,將受到非常不人道的待遇,如:用鐵絲穿透他們的鎖骨來防止他們逃跑。

中共建政以來,對逃離北朝鮮的民眾實行抓捕和遣返,對此國際社會一直強烈譴責。

大陸博客作家劉逸明:「中共當局做這樣的事情太沒有人性,因為中共為了維持與金家王朝的關係,北朝鮮政權怎麼想,中共就怎麼做,否則它覺得可能會丟掉這個小兄弟。」

目前全世界僅剩中共、朝鮮、古巴等幾個共產黨國家。朝鮮第一代領導人金日成,是在蘇共和中共的扶持下奪取的政權,和中共是蘇共在中國建立的一個遠東支部類似。

劉逸明分析,從歷史上看,上世紀8-90年代,大批東德人因為逃亡到西德,促成了東德共產政權的解體,以及鼓舞了東歐和原蘇聯民眾爭取自由。

劉逸明:「一個獨裁政權如果它的民眾都逃得差不多了,它這個政權也就土崩瓦解,所以共產政權只要把人困在國內,這些人為了生活他必須得做事,政府就可以剝削你,官員的日子才能好過,它的政權才能夠維繫。」

韓國民間團體「拯救脫北者協會」日前透露,有可能是中共允許朝鮮保衛部在中國境內跟蹤這些「脫北者」,才使他們在山東和雲南兩個城市幾乎同時被抓。

採訪編輯/唐音 後製/陳建銘

Beijing Arrest Defectors From North Korea

The Chinese Communist authorities recently arrested
20 people fleeing from North Korea, as well as six people
who had assisted their escape.

International media reported that these defectors may face
being deported back to North Korea.
The South Korean government expressed their hopes that
Beijing would release them.
As Xi Jinping has just finished his visit in South Korea,
China and South Korea relations seem to be warming.
What are the implications of this incident’s timing?
Here’s our report.

Both Voice of America and Radio Free Asia reported
on July 23 about the capture of the North Korean defectors
in China’s Shandong and Yunnan.

A group of four families, including a couple in their 60s,
some youth at their 20s, and a one year old child.
Five Chinese guides and one former North Korean escapee
already settled in South Korea were also arrested.

It is believed that according to the treaty of repatriation
of illegal border crossers between Beijing and Pyongyang,
the defectors will likely be sent back to North Korea.

The media reports say they will likely be detained in Tumen
City at the border and then be deported back to North Korea.

South Korean authorities are trying to get more details
on the situation and working on rescue efforts.
They’ve expressed hopes that Beijing will release the escapees
and allow them to settle in South Korea according to
the principles of human rights and humanitarianism.

But Beijing’s has been very reluctant to release them.

Chinese president Xi Jinping had just finished visiting Korea
in early July.
The extensive media coverage in both Korea and China
hyped up the warming relations between the two countries.

Politics watcher Chen Minghui says the infighting happening
within the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is very sensitive.
Chen says that with the month-long air traffic control
taking place in Shanghai, Jiang Zemin’s power center,
and the arrest of the defectors happening during
the same time period is a sign the elevating power struggle.

Chen Minghui: “It depends on who controls the defectors’ fates.

If it’s Xi Jinping’s faction, his previous visit to South Korea
could trigger a friendly gesture.
But, if Jiang’s faction controls these defectors,
they might make it into a big deal to embarrass Xi Jinping."

The laws in North Korea state that fugitives may be detained
for at least five years in a concentration camp,
or may even face life imprisonment or execution.

Many people who’ve managed to escape North Korea confirm
that many repatriated defectors have been shot to death,
including pregnant women.

Repatriated defectors also face inhuman treatment, such as
having wires pierced through their collarbones
to prevent them from escaping.

Since its establishment, the CCP’s regime has continued
to arrest and repatriate North Korean refugees,
despite strong condemnation by the international community.

Liu Yiming, mainland Chinese blog writer: “The CCP is truly
inhumane to do such a thing, simply to maintain its
relationship with North Korea’s Kim dynasty; they follow
its whims, otherwise, they might lose this ‘little brother.'"

Currently, China, North Korea, Cuba, and a few others are
among the few remaining Communist Countries.
The North Korea regime’s first generation leader Kim Il Sung
seized power with the support of the Soviet Communist Party
and the CCP, just like how the CCP was established
as a Far East branch in China by the Soviet Communist Party.

Liu Yiming says that the historical collapse of East Germany’s
Communist regime was due to large numbers of East Germans
fleeing to West Germany during the 80’s and 90’s.

This had encouraged the people of Eastern Europe
and the former Soviet Union to fight for freedom.

Liu Yiming: “A dictatorial regime will collapse
when its people have escaped.
So the Communist regimes trap people in their own country.

To survive, people have to work, and the regime exploits them
as only in this way can it sustain its officials and its regime."

South Korea-based civic group North Korean Defectors
Association says that it’s possible the CCP allows North
Korea’s defense department to track the defectors and that’s
how they were almost simultaneously caught
in Shandong and Yunnan provinces.

International media are paying attention to how the high level
infighting in the CCP will affect these defectors’ destinies.

Interview & Edit/TangYin Post-Production/JianMing Chen

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