【禁闻】拜登成都行 中共忙于消除异音

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【新唐人2011年8月22日讯】美国副总统拜登抵达四川成都继续访华行程。他在8月21号“四川大学”发表的演讲中表示,希望中国通过改善人权获得社会进步。但中共当局抓捕了多位计划前去听拜登演讲的成都访民,并且带走或软禁50多人,浇了美国副总统一盆冷水。

拜登20号下午乘坐“空军二号”飞机抵达成都,他在“四川大学”演讲中谈到,美中之间存在的最大分歧就是人权,他希望中国通过人权的发展能变得更自由。但维权人士认为,中共当局大肆抓捕四川访民和异议人士,阻止他们试图会见拜登的做法,无疑给拜登的希望浇了一盆冷水。

有四川维权人士透露,拜登还没有到成都,当局就已经高度紧张起来了。警方向人权活动人士和维权上访公民发出警告,并禁止地震遇难学生家长请愿示威。“六四天网”说,至少有50多人因拜登访问成都而被带走或软禁。

“天网”负责人黄琦也收到当局警告,要他“老老实实在家待着,别找麻烦”。因为他是“川大”校友,当局明确表示,这两天不准他和其他天网义工回母校。黄琦表示,希望拜登和国际社会多了解中国的人权现状,了解他们这些民间维权者的愿景。

黄琦:“拜登副总统访华期间,中国(共)政府的打压行为不仅违背基本外交礼仪,同时也是对拜登副总统个人和美国政府的不尊重。我们呼吁中国(共)政府直面问题,放弃打压思维,更加促动中国大陆的民权改善,也希望促成拜登副总统能与中国普通公民的交流。”

一名成都双流县的强拆户李昭秀,在19号前往成都的路上,曾被十几名政府人员阻截,她最后摆脱监控进了城,不过还是在“川大”门口被抓。和李昭秀一起去“川大”的王慧告诉《新唐人》:

王慧(成都访民):“这一群人,在‘川大’北门,李昭秀发现了前来截访她回去的双流县公安局和当地派出所的人,准备离开的时候,被他们抓上警车带走了。”

另一位访民胡金琼表示,本来希望听拜登谈谈人权问题及相关法律法规,没想到险些被抓,而且还在“川大”校园里看到很多穿便衣的人,她对此感到啼笑皆非。

胡金琼(成都访民):“我们只是想学法律,我们受了欺负了,想学好法律,维护我们自己的利益,结果他们做得太隆重了,就是他们去截访民。”

成都温江区的拆迁户任恒超,从报纸得知拜登会到“四川大学”演讲,于是计划和20多人前去向拜登说明当局如何欺压老百姓。任恒超说,可能他们前一天的电话被监控了,当局把他们软禁在家。其中两访民分别被处以12天和15天的拘留。

任恒超(成都温江区拆迁户):“大概1~20人左右,可能一个关12天,一个关15天。”

据“六四天网”透露,访民干新艳8月19号晚,到拜登演讲场地观察,第二天凌晨遭多名公安闯进住处,戴上脚镣手铐,在未出具任何手续的情况下将她带走。警察再三盘问“你为什么要到那里去?”

此外,因“煽动颠覆国家政权罪”遭起诉待审而获释回家的四川作家冉云飞,据说已被公安软禁,无法取得联系。《德国之声》电话联系到另一名四川维权人士陈云飞。

陈云飞表示,他们根本不可能直接向拜登传递任何人权方面的声音,因为在他来成都之前,很多异议人士和维权人士都已经被严格监控,以防止他们接近拜登。

拜登22号结束访华行程。

新唐人记者林莉、李明飞、李若琳综合报导。

Protesters Arrested During Biden’s Visit

U.S. Vice President Joe Biden visited Chengdu City
in Sichuan Province on August 21
and gave a speech at Sichuan University.

Biden said he hopes China will improve its human rights
conditions, in order to make real social advances.
However, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) arrested many
Chengdu protestors who planned a sit-in, during his speech.
More than 50 people were arrested or put under house arrest.
The scene made a mockery of Biden’s visit.

Biden arrived in Chengdu City on Air Force Two on Aug. 20.
During his speech at Sichuan University, he said that
the biggest ideological difference between the U.S. and China
centers around human rights issues.
He said that he hopes China will become a free country
by improving its human rights conditions.
Many activists think that the CCP’s arrest of protestors and
dissidents, and preventing them from meeting with Biden,
was a major disappointment to Biden.

Upon learning that the Governor of Calif. was coming to visit,
One activist in Sichuan said that officials became very nervous
even before Biden had arrived in Chengdu.
Police warned protestors and dissidents and also prohibited
earthquake victim’s family from protesting.
According to 64Tianwang.com, at least 50 people were
either arrested or put under house arrest during Biden’s visit.
 
Officials also warned Huang Qi, in charge of 64tianwang.com,
“Sit tight. Stay at home. And don’t look for trouble!”
Because Huang is an alumnus of Sichuan University,

he was told that he and other 64tianwang.com volunteers
were prohibited from entering Sichuan University.
Huang hopes that Biden and the international community will
learn more about the human rights situation in China.
Huang Qi: “During Biden’s visit to China,
the CCP suppressed protestors,
which is not only against basic diplomatic etiquette,
but is also disrespectful to VP Biden and the U.S. government.
We call on the CCP to face the problem, stop its repression,
and help improve the human rights conditions in China.
I also hope that Biden will have a chance to converse
with everyday Chinese citizen.”
Li Zhaoxiu from Shuangliu County in Chengdu
lost her home due to forced demolition.
She was stopped by more than 10 officials
on her way to Chengdu on August 19.
Although she managed to escape and traveled to Chengdu,
she was later arrested at the front door of Sichuan University.
Wang Hui, who accompanied Li to the University, told NTD,
“There were people at the Sichuan University north entrance.
Li Shaoxiu recognized some of the police officers
from Shuangliu, who tried to stop her from going to Chengdu.
She tried to walk away, but was taken into a police car.”
 
Another protestor, Hu Jinqiong, said that she just wanted to
listen to Biden’s talk on human rights and its relevant laws
and regulations, but was taken away in a police car.

When she saw how many plainclothes police were on campus,
she thought it was ridiculous.
We just wanted to learn about human rights laws to protect
ourselves, but they made a big deal out of it.
These policemen were there to arrest protestors!”

Chengdu’s Wenjiang District resident, Ren Hengchao,
also lost his home due to forced demolition.
He read in the newspaper about Biden’s speech,
so he planned to attend with more than 20 people
in order to tell Biden how badly the CCP treated them.

Ren said that their phones were probably tapped on the day
before the speech, and everyone was placed under house arrest.
Two were detained for 12 and 15 days, respectively.
Ren: “One (person) was detained for 12 days, another for 15.”
According to 64tianwang.com, petitioner Gan Xinyan arrived
and observed at the university on August 19,
The next morning, without any documents, police broke into
her home, put her in shackles and handcuffs and took her away.
She was asked many times, “Why were you at the event?!”
 
Sichuan-based writer, Ran Yunfei, who is awaiting trial
on charges of “inciting subversion of state power,”
was under house arrest, so he could not be reached.

Deutsche Welle contacted another Sichuan-based activist,
Chen Yunfei by phone.
Chen said, “It is impossible to talk to Biden directly
about the human rights situation in China,
because before he arrived in Chengdu,
many protestors and petitioners were under strict surveillance.
As a result, they were prevented from seeing Biden.

NTD reporters Lin Li, Li Mingfei and Li Ruolin

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