【禁聞】北海千人搗政府樓 災民揭官員看黃片

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【新唐人2014年07月28日訊】距離超強颱風「威馬遜」侵襲已經一個多星期,但在遭受重創的廣西北海市潿洲島,災民仍然無法得到必需的救災物資。26號上午,上千災民為抗議當局救災不作為,憤而衝入管委會抗議,赫然發現工作人員在看淫穢錄像。當局火速調集數百名武警持槍上島,隨時準備鎮壓民眾的抗議。請看以下報導。

6月以來,大陸南方天氣惡劣,降雨頻繁,長江中下游及西南地區發生嚴重洪澇災害。7月19號凌晨,今年第9號超強颱風「威馬遜」橫掃廣西北海,北海市區及周邊區縣受到重創。

北海市潿洲島位於北部灣海域,是中國最大、地質年齡最輕的火山島,也是中國最美的海島之一,現為國家4級旅遊景點,總人口約1.6萬。「威馬遜」颱風肆虐過後,潿洲島上一片狼藉,建築物、船只被損毀,香蕉林全部被刮倒在地,水電供應系統癱瘓。

廣西北海市潿洲島鎮紅旗街居民:「香蕉林全都沒有了,全都吹斷了。簡直就一個慘字。很多棚子之類的都被吹倒了。」

《中國茉莉花革命》網站報導,颱風肆虐後第7天,當地電力依然沒有恢復,自來水供應不上,手機信號時有時無。島上8000多間房屋受損,但除了「紅十字協會」提供的每戶幾瓶礦泉水,及部分災民每戶收到100塊瓦片和一包水泥外,一直沒有其他必需的救災物資發放。

廣西北海市潿洲島百代寮上坑村「農家樂」林老闆:「大半個島沒有水沒有電,可能差不多都沒有,個別地方可能有。我們天天都是去魚塘洗澡,去井裡挑水喝。」

在島上大量建築物急需修復的情況下,潿洲島景區管委會卻發文禁止水泥、木材、瓦片等建材通過船運上島,聲稱必須經過申請和批准!這讓當地災民極度不滿,7月26號上午,上千災民為抗議政府救災不力,憤而衝入潿洲島景區管委會打砸。

廣西北海市潿洲島梓桐木村村民:「就是沒有管委會的批准,禁止空調等一切材料上島。要他們同意、經過他們層層審核,(材料)才可以上來,修補房屋。所以才造成打砸事件。」

圖片顯示,現場一片混亂,辦公室、廚房等被打砸,門窗玻璃全被打爛,寫有類似「中共北海潿洲島管理委員會」字樣的門牌被掀落在地。災民衝進管委會時,工作人員倉促逃跑,來不及關電腦,災民發現他們竟然在辦公室看黃片。

憤怒的災民繼而到當地博物館、旅遊局等地抗議,並掀翻多輛汽車。

事發後,當局調集至少400名全幅武裝的武警到達潿洲島,部份人還手持衝鋒槍,殺氣騰騰。島上村民表示,目前可能已經有參加抗議的民眾被抓。

近期,大陸災害頻繁。當局在救災過程中所顯現的救災不力和腐敗風氣也不斷被曝光。

21號,官媒《新華社》曾發文披露,颱風「威馬遜」過境之後,海南、廣東、廣西三省區數十萬災民在高溫炎熱、水電中斷的情況下等待應急救助。而災區物資中,竟出現了「紅十字會」調撥的幾千條棉被和夾克衫。文中質疑:「三伏天」給氣溫超過30度的南方災區送棉被,不知該發「囧」的是誰?

而在剛剛遭遇颱風襲擊的海南文昌市翁田鎮,當地災民領到的麵包,雖然標明生產日期為7月1號,保質期為半年,但卻已經嚴重霉變呈青綠色,令人作嘔。

爆料人剛峰質問:保質期半年的麵包不到20天就在真空包裝中發霉,到底是誰在擔任政府災物採購?

據最新消息,在潿洲島民眾的抗議之下,潿洲島管委會被迫決定撤銷「禁止私運建材」的相關公告。

採訪/朱智善 編輯/李謙 後製/陳建銘

Armed Police Dispatched to Suppress Rammasun Victims' Protest
 
ANCHOR:
A week has passed since super typhoon Rammasun struck.

Victims of the hard-hit area, Weizhou Island of Guangxi,
have yet to receive relief supplies.

On July 26 morning, thousands of angry victims protested
to local government but found workers were watching online
pornography.

Hundreds of armed gunmen were mobilized to the island
to suppress the protests.

Please see the following report.

Text:

Since June, inclement weather has affected southern China.

The Yangtze River and Southwest area have suffered severe
floods.

July 19 morning, super typhoon Rammasun swept through
Beihai of Guangxi Province.

Many surrounding counties, including Weizhou Island,
were also hard hit.

Weizhou Island, located in the Gulf of Tonkin, is China’s
largest and youngest volcanic island.

It is a national scenic island with a population of 16,000.

Rammasun has caused tremendous damage to the island.

Buildings and boats were destroyed, banana trees
blown down to the ground,
water and power supplies paralyzed.

 
A resident of Weizhou Island,:
“The banana trees are all gone, slashed. It can only be
described as 'miserable.' Many sheds were blown down."

Chinese Jasmine Revolution website, molihua.org, reported:
7 days after the disaster, the island still lacks power and water.

Cell phone signals are on and off.

More than 8,000 houses were damaged.
Islanders only received a few bottles of water
per household from the Red Cross

Some local victims got a 100 tiles and a bag of cement.
No of other aid was available.

A farmer on Weizhou Island: “More than half
of the island has no water and power.

I suspect the entire island has no water and power,
even if there is some.

We bath in the pond and get water from the well."
 
While islanders are in urgent need of repair materials
for damaged buildings, the local official issued orders
prohibiting any cement, wood, tiles be shipped to the island
without application and permission.

To protest the poor relief by local government,
angry islanders smashed into the local management office.

An islander: “The entire protest was caused by the
management office not allowing any materials to get
to the island.

We can't fix the house without going through their layers
of approval."

Pictures posted on the molihua.org showed the management
building in chaos; offices and kitchen destroyed,
glass broken, and the management sign on the ground.

When the islanders rushed into the building, staff escaped and
left the computer on.

To the surprise of the islanders, they were watching
pornography in their work hours.

Angry islanders also turned to local museums and tourist
bureau to protest and overturned several vehicles.

Subsequently, at least 400 fully armed police were mobilized,
some armed with assault rifles.

The islanders suspect that some protestors might have been
arrested.

Following numerous natural disasters in China,
poor relief effort and corrupt deeds have been exposed.
 
July 21, state media, Xinhua News Agency, reported that
hundreds of thousands of people wait for relief in Hainan,
Guangdong, and Guangxi Provinces.

In the high heat, and lack of water and electricity, among the relief
aids from Red Cross, there were thousands of comforters
and jackets.

It is questioned about comforters for the south during the hot
summer time at over 30 degrees C.

In Wengtian Town of Wenchang City, Hainan Province,
also a typhoon stricken area,
local residents received heavily molded breads with
manufacturing date of July 1 and shelf-life of 6 months.
 
Whistleblower of the news, Gang Feng asked: A vacuum
packed bread with shelf-life of 6 months was already moldy
in 20 days. Who exactly is in charge of procurement?

According to latest news, after the protests, the local authority
of Weizhou Island was forced to withdraw its order to prohibit
shipping of building materials onto the island.

Interview /ZhiSan Zhu Edit /LiQian Post-Production/JianMing Chen




















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