【禁聞】赤色風暴罩江湖 撐佔中者遭緊盯

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【新唐人2014年11月28日訊】香港佔中運動已經進行了60多天,期間多次遭到中共國安背後策動的黑幫滲透搗亂。日前有港媒披露,國安向江湖大佬施壓,威逼他們加入反佔中行列。一份據說是國安掌握的多達500人的江湖人士「黑名單」,最近在一些江湖大佬中流傳。名單中支持學生的人都遭不同程度「追殺」,部分人返回大陸時甚至遭到中共公安扣查、關押。

11月27號,香港《蘋果日報》披露,9月中旬佔中運動開始前,中共國安已經南下香港,利誘江湖人士反佔中,旺角10月初那場衝突中,就有江湖大佬帶隊衝擊佔中學生及市民。

報導說,最近國安加大了施壓力度,威逼那些原本支持學生佔中,或者沒有表態的江湖人士加入反佔中行列。江湖人士之間,還流傳一份據說是國安掌握的「黑名單」,羅列了多名江湖大佬對佔中運動的取態,為數多達500人。

《蘋果》獲得了117人的黑名單資料,全部屬於「四二六」紅棍或前坐館、前揸數等元老輩人馬。報導說,自上週開始,名單上支持學生的江湖大佬都遭不同程度「追殺」,部分人去大陸時遭到公安扣查,至今仍被關押在深圳羅湖看守所。

此外,部分原本收了「維穩費」反佔中,但中途變節支持佔中的江湖大佬,更成為國安的重點打擊對像。曾發聲守護學生,上了黑名單的香港大亨詹昌盛,向《蘋果》表示,他有兄弟因為支持佔領運動,被扣押在深圳羅湖。

中國民主大學校長唐柏橋表示,這些消息可以佐證,中共開動了整個國家機器在對付香港佔中,而且到了草木皆兵的程度。

中國民主大學校長唐柏橋:「這個名單上有名有姓的就有500名,黑社會的大佬就是江湖上的人士,香港叫社團就是社團的人士,為數這麼多都被中共掌控,甚至每一個人反佔中的,還是支持佔中的都有詳細的列表。 可以佐證中共全力對付佔中,而且到了草木皆兵的程度。」

11月15號,香港學聯秘書長周永康等人,準備去北京表達真普選訴求,被註銷回鄉證﹔此前的佔中期間,另有6名學生會成員被拒入境大陸。學聯懷疑中方手上掌握學生的黑名單。

18號,《蘋果日報》說,他們取得了一份國安的「目標名單」,裡面詳細列出了幾百名佔中者的個人資料,包括他們的香港身份證、內地回鄉證號碼,並附上相片。而且,從相片資料顯示,早在2011年之前,國安已開始蒐集他們的資料。目標名單中包括:學聯領袖周永康和岑敖暉、黃之鋒、「十死士」邵家臻、錢志健、「民陣」楊政賢等人。

「民陣」召集人楊政賢:「我們已經有心理準備面對,不管怎麼打壓,或者就是挨轟,但是普通的同學和朋友他們可能沒有準備,但是現在他們這麼大的名單,就是要嚇怕他們,不要幫助民主運動。」

此外,據《華盛頓郵報》11月24號的報導,香港一名23歲的設計系女學生想要前往內地購買便宜的布料,在關口被搜查和審問超過一小時後,被送回香港﹔21歲的學生Eric Tang去深圳時也遭遇了同樣的事情。報導說,相信中共從參與佔中活動的人群中,收集了一份成百上千人的黑名單。

香港《明報》報導指,24號,香港20名大專院校學生嚐試進入大陸,對「黑名單」進行第一波「壓力測試」。結果顯示,僅有3名學生成功入關。

唐柏橋:「這個應該說是過去沒有,過去每年都有香港維多利亞集會,也有六四、七一大遊行,但是還沒有聽說過連普通的民眾參與遊行活動的都被拒絕入境大陸,因為很多香港(人)去大陸已經是他們生活的一部分了,就是工作,探親啊。」

唐柏橋分析,中共試圖利用武裝到牙齒的「維穩」方式製造寒蟬效應,把這場民主運動鎮壓下去,而又不至於引起國際社會的抵制和譴責。這種做法不但違犯法律、違反人道,同時是一種赤裸裸的侵犯人權的行為。

採訪編輯/李韻 後製/蕭宇

Chinese Regime Blacklists Hong Kong Pro-democracy
Triad Members.

It has been more than 60 days since the Occupy Central
movement began.

Backed by Chinese Communist Party (CCP) State Security
agencies, Hong Kong triads have been attacking protesters.

Recent Hong Kong media reports revealed that, the CCP
forced triad leaders to join its Anti-occupy group.

It is said a blacklist is going around
among triad bosses in Hong Kong.

The listed individuals, who voiced support for student
protesters, are being hunted.

Some of them have been interrogated or even detained by
the CCP when they returned to mainland China.

On Nov.27, Apply Daily reported CCP state security officers
entered Hong Kong shortly before Occupy Central began.

The report revealed those security officers tried to involve
Hong Kong triads in opposing the demonstration.

In early October, triad members were seen to attack student
and civilian protesters in the conflicts at Mongkok.

The report also said the CCP recently pushed harder over
neutral or pro-democracy triad members.

It was forcing them to join the Anti-occupy group.

Rumors said a blacklist allegedly offered by CCP state
security agencies, was circulating among Hong Kong triads.

The list is said to consist of 500 names including a number
of triad bosses.

It even records their opinions toward the movement.

Apply Daily said it had obtained 117 names which appeared
on the blacklist.

All listed individuals are either 426 “red poles" or senior
“mountain masters".

The report said all pro-democracy triad bosses on the list
are being hunted since last week.

Some of them were interrogated by police or even held at
Shenzhen when they returned to mainland China.

Some triad members turned to support protesters after
receiving briberies from the CCP.

Those people thus become the main target of CCP
secret police.

Jim Chong Shing, a triad magnate on the blacklist, told
Apple Daily that one of his brothers is currently detained
at Lowu, Shenzhen for supporting the Occupy Central.

Tang Baiqiao, China Democracy University President, said
the report showed how the CCP used its whole state
apparatus to suppress the Occupy Central movement
with extreme nervousness.

Tang Baiqiao, “There are 500 names on the list. Mafias
are called “triads” in Hong Kong.

Mafia member are called triad members.

There are so many similar groups under the CCP’s control
that we see such a detailed list of their attitudes.

They either support or oppose, the Occupy Central.

This indicates the CCP is now sparing no efforts in
suppressing the movement. They are very nervous."

On Nov.15, secretary-general of the Hong Kong Federations
of Students (HKFS) Alex Chow and others planned an
appeal visit to Beijing.

Their visit was denied as the CCP revoked their
Home Return Permits.

Another 6 HKFS members were also denied entry
into mainland China.

HKFS thus suspected the CCP had a blacklist
of student protesters.

On Nov.18, Apply Daily said it obtained a target list of
the CCP’s state security agencies.

The name lists hundreds of protesters’ personal information.

Details such as Hong Kong Identity Card, Home Return
Permit number and photos.

Photos also indicate the data collection work had begun
before 2011.

The names on the list include HKFS leaders
Alex Chow Yong-kang and Lester Shum;

It also includes Scholarism founder Joshua Wong;

Two 10 Occupy Central die-hard activists, Shiu Ka Chun
and Edward Chin; and,

Civil Human Rights Front convenor Johnson Yeung and others.

Johnson Yeung: “We have prepared for this, and don’t care
whatsoever for suppression or criticism.

But many ordinary students and friends may not be ready.

Such a long list is to deter them from taking part
in the democracy movement."

Washington Post reported on Nov.24 that, a 23-year-old
female design student, was searched and interrogated for
over an hour by border guards, for trying to enter
mainland China to buy cheaper design materials.

Eric Tang, a 21-year-old Hong Kong student experienced
the same on his trip to Shenzhen.

The report said, many believe the CCP “has assembled a
blacklist in recent months.
It may contain hundreds, perhaps thousands, of names".

A Ming Pao report said 20 Hong Kong college students
attempted to enter mainland China on Nov.24.

The move serves as the first “pressure test" on
the rumored blacklist.

Finally, only 3 successfully got through the customs.

Tang Baiqiao, “I think there was no such list in the past.

Hong Kong has activities like Victoria Park Memorials and
July 1 March every year.

But we never heard any civilian was denied entry into
mainland China for attending any of those activities.

The reason is, many Hong Kong people routinely visit
mainland China for work or to see their family."

Tang Baiqiao commented that the CCP is attempting to
create chilling effects in all possible ways they use in
“stability maintenance", to crack down on
the democratic movement.

Meanwhile they don’t want to see to much resistance
or criticism from the global society.

But in general, the CCP actions are a serious violation of law,
humanity and fundamental human rights with little disguise.

Interview & Edit/LiYun Post-Production/XiaoYu

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