【禁闻】英文官媒访艾未未 被指堵外国人嘴

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【新唐人2011年8月12日讯】最近,中共喉舌《环球时报》英文版发表了对维权艺术家艾未未独家专访,声称,这是艾未未6月22号获释后,首次打破沉默接受的采访。外界质疑,中共当局是为了掩盖,前一天德国《明镜周刊》以德文发表的“艾未未被捕81天的情况”文章,用来堵住外国人的嘴。

8月9号,《环球时报》英文版发表了对艾未未的独家专访文章,标题是“艾未未打破沉默”。文章说,艾未未同意接受采访,但是条件是不要问他被关押期间的情况。尽管他的案子涉及许多敏感问题,但是,艾未未还是谈了他在关押期间的情感,想法和思想。

文章还声称,艾未未已经恢复正常生活,虽然他获假释的条件之一是不能用社交网站Twitter,但是他仍然上网浏览新闻。

8号,作家贝岭在德国《明镜周刊》用德文发表了题为“被捕的八十一天”的文章。

贝岭表示,做为个人来讲,他觉得有责任让外部世界知道艾未未在监狱的情况,因为他自己也在监狱里呆过,知道那种非人感觉。

贝岭:“他(艾未未)说,张志新喉管割断后还能够写血书,他说他在那里,那样的监视下,没有一点点的个人的私有空间,不管是他上厕所、洗澡,都是两个人的眼睛监视着他。那是他的感概,意思是说,这种密集的监视,超过了残忍的割断喉管后的那种对人的监视。”

贝岭还告诉记者,艾未未电话是被监听的,他写这篇文章的资料来源都是从艾未未家人或朋友,还有那些汉学家去探望他的时候,听艾未未描述自己在监狱里的经历整理出来的。

对《环球时报》专访艾未未,贝岭认为,这是中共当局要堵住外国人的嘴。

贝岭:“我从国内了解到,是他们紧急做的(决定),要平衡可能出现的,“艾未未狱中经历”的影响,他们决定,好像是国安系统决定,让艾未未接受一个只对国外发布的采访,设法缓和明镜周刊这篇报导在世界上所引起的震憾。”

大陆前《新华社》记者高瑜指出,中共当局一直以来,对很多新闻就是隐瞒,叫老百姓看什么你就看什么。但现在互联网普及他们封不住了,所以他们就要先占领舆论至高点,什么事一定要由它先来讲。

高瑜:“实际上他就是封杀舆论,堵外国人的嘴,他还是害怕一些真相,艾未未不是有过一个九死一生吗?他不愿让艾未未的情况由外国人采到了,或者你们在外国的媒体采访到了,再反效到中国来。

就在《环球时报》英文版这篇采访面世的同一天,艾未未在推特上连续发了几条推文,谴责与他一起被捕的生意伙伴所受到的“精神和肉体的折磨”,并呼吁大家关注即将开庭的维权人士王荔蕻的案子,以及关注被关作家冉云飞的命运。艾未未这几条推文立即引起推友的注意和大量转发。

当天(8月9号)深夜,四川知名异议作家冉云飞,在被拘押171天后获释。

新唐人记者李韵、王明宇采访报导。

Exclusive Interview on Ai Weiwei

The Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) mouthpiece media,

Global Times, announced an exclusive interview with
rights activist artist Ai Weiwei.
This is the first ever since Ai’s release on June 22.

It is believed that the CCP is attempting to deal with the
huge public outcry following the Der Spiegel’s article,
“The Situation of Ai Weiwei during His 81-Day Detention,”
which was published on the day before.

The English edition of the Global Times published
their exclusive interview with Ai Weiwei on August 9.
The article is titled “Ai Weiwei: Breaking the Silence.”

It said that Ai agreed to the interview, on the condition that
no questions would be asked about his detention.
Despite the sensitivity surrounding his case,
Ai nevertheless talked about his detention experience.

The article stated that although Ai returned to a normal life,

he was not allowed to use Twitter,
one of the conditions of his parole.
However, he still views news online.

Writer, Bei Ling, published an article in German,

“The Situation of Ai Weiwei during His 81-Day Detention,”
on the Der Spiegel website on August 8.

Bei Ling considered it a responsibility for him
to expose the facts surrounding Ai’s detention,
since Bei was imprisoned before and
knows the inhumane treatments in the prisons.

Bei Ling: “Ai said, unlike Zhang Zhixin,
who could still write with her blood from her cut throat,
he was always monitored, even in the toilet and shower.
There are always two guys keeping a close watch on him.
He suggested that the level of surveillance is even higher than
that of people who were inhumanely treated.”

Bei Ling told reporters that Ai’s phones were even monitored.

The information in his article was collected
from Ai’s family, friends and those who visited him.

Bei regards the Global Times’ exclusive interview with Ai,
as an attempt by the CCP to silence foreigners.

Bei Ling: “Based on the information I obtained from China,

the interview was conducted to smooth out the potential
negative comments of Ai’s detention.
The State Security Department decided to have Ai
interviewed by only one media,
which was exclusively available to overseas readers,
in an attempt to defuse the influence of the Der Spiegel article.

Gao Yu, an ex-Xinhua reporter, said,
“The CCP not only hides the truth using its media,
but also forces people to see what the CCP wants them to see.

Given the fact that the Internet cannot be controlled,
they then need to be the first to release info on new events.

Gao Yu: “The CCP is trying to block the domestic media
and to block the international media.
The CCP fears the truth.
Ai was treated badly in prison.
The CCP doesn’t want foreign media to report Ai’s situation,
as that could affect China.”

Ai posted a number of articles on Twitter,
on the same day as the Global Times article release.
Ai recounted the mental and physical torture of
his business partners, who were arrested alongside him.
He appealed to the public to pay attention to

the upcoming court sessions of rights activist, Wang Lihong,
and detained writer, Ran Yunfei.
Ai’s article was soon forwarded and copied.

Ran Yunfei, a renowned Sichuan writer, was released
later that night, August 9, after a 171-day detention.

NTD reporters Li Yun and Wang Mingyu

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