【禁闻】占中第三天 港府十一前收敛?

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【新唐人2014年10月01日讯】9月30号,香港占中行动进入第三天之后,仍然有抗议者在中环,湾仔、铜锣湾、旺角等地聚集。尽管港府在星期一撤回了防暴警察,不过星期二,学生和市民都发现,港府并不是软化,而是转用了其他手法。

30号凌晨,中环的天桥下面,是银色的海洋。成千上万的民众自发聚集在这里,人们亮起手机屏幕,高喊要梁振英下台。

天桥上,“我要真普选”,“风雨中抱紧自由”的横幅高挂,人群中,有人唱起了Beyound乐队的“海阔天空”。

现场香港市民妮可:“金钟中环政府总部,还有汽车送水啊,便当车送食品,那个场面很壮观。”

占中进入第三天,时钟刚刚指到零点5分钟,港视主席王维基,就在社交网站脸书留言说:“各位朋友,今晚无论有多少人冲动地做任何的事,包括冲击政总或作出任何挑衅性行为,也不要被煽动或支援。因为你永不会知道冲击者的背景和目的。要记住,集会的目的是和平抗争,透过和平理性手法表达诉求。”

仿佛印证了王维基的担忧,就在一个多小时后,凌晨快2点,一架深灰色奔驰轿车,突然高速冲向在旺角亚皆老街和平集会的人群,然后快速驶离现场。幸亏人们及时躲避,没有人受伤。这名司机后来被捕。

而之后,又好几次传出有人搞事的谣言,学联怀疑是政府散播,为了阻止市民参与占中行动,因此呼吁支持者,要以学联脸书专页消息为准。

岭南大学学联常委罗冠聪:“就现在警方会混入很多便衣去,鼓动或是煽动人群,就冷静或理性的去对待,不要出现任何肢体暴力的状况,这是必须的,也是公民抗命的信心和精神。”

香港大学学联常委梁丽帼:“我们说的很清楚,人群里面可能有警察,你们可不可以冷静一点。然后其实,大部分的群众,他们都很冷静。”

星期二,街头的民众有所减少。就在前一天,港府撤离了防暴警察,政务司长林郑月娥也表示,将推迟政改第二轮咨询。不过,抗议者并不认为这是港府有所软化。

大学生HELEN KWONG:“我会觉得这个是个战略,因为前一天放了催泪弹,那如果今天或者昨天再放(催泪弹)的话,就会引起很多的国际上的舆论,那么政府一定会受到太大的压力,所以今天、所以昨天是平静,我觉得是合理的。”

也有香港市民表示,港府只是把压制民众的方式,从表面转入幕后。

香港市民妮可:“但是政府现在用很卑鄙的手段来对付我们,封锁新闻。连香港的新闻,等于说是在电视台播放的,占中三子的发起人之一戴耀廷,在旺角街上的讲话,放到一半,他马上把那个画面,哢嚓,换他那个歌舞升平的画面上来啦。”

也有舆论认为,由于10月1号在即,目前这些做法,只是因为港府害怕形势进一步失控,会让北京难堪。

香港市民妮可:“如果激怒了香港人,我估计有超过50万人要站出来。十一的时候,明天一定有一个大的,集结的游行的。”

30号,美国白宫回应香港占中行动,表示密切关注,敦促港府克制,示威者维持和平。英国副首相克莱格撑香港占中示威者勇敢,重申普选必须给港人真正选择。但是在大陆方面,中共媒体仍然对占中少有报导。

《环球时报》还在当天声称,香港政改环境,不会因为占中而有改变。

采访/朱智善 编辑/尚燕 后制/舒灿

Third Day of Occupy Central Sit-in Will HK Government withdraw before October 1?

Hong Kong Occupy Central civil disobedience movement enters the third day of protests on Sept. 30. Protesters still gather in Central, Wan Chai, Causeway Bay, Mong Kok and other places. Although the Government withdrew the riot police on Monday, students and the public on Tuesday have found that the Government did not soften, but switch to other tactics.

Sept 30th morning, a silver sea emerges below the pedestrian bridge of the Central. Tens of thousands of people spontaneously gathered here. They illuminated their phone screens and shouted for Leung Chun-ying to step down.

Banners reading: “I want genuine universal suffrage", “hold freedom tightly in the wind and rain" hang on the overpass bridge. Among the crowd, someone sang “brighter future" of Beyond Band.

Hong Kong citizen Nicole: “At the Government Offices in Admiralty and Central, some cars transport bottled water, and lunch vehicles transport foods for Occupy Central participants, and that scene is very spectacular."

The third day of Occupy Central in Hong Kong, when the clock just read 0:05, the Chairman of Hong Kong Television Network Limited Ricky Wong wrote a message on Facebook:"Dear friends, tonight, no matter how many people do anything by impulse, including attacking government buildings or doing anything provocative, please do not be incited and do not support them. Because you will never know those attackers’ background and purpose. Keep in mind the purpose of peaceful protest rallies, express your demands in a peaceful and rational way. “

The actual story seemed to confirm Ricky‘s worries. Just over one hour after midnight, close to 2:00, a dark grey Mercedes sedan, suddenly rushed at high speed into the people holding peaceful assembly on Argyle Street of Mong Kok, and then quickly left the scene. Thanks to the people who, in a timely manner, took evasive action, no one was injured. The driver was later arrested.

Afterwards, rumours of attacking incidents came out a few times. HK Student Federation suspected the government spread the rumours hoping to prevent public participation in the action of Occupy Central. So HK Student Federation called on supporters to confirm all the information in terms of the official Facebook of HKSF.

Lingnan University Student Union’s Standing Committee Member Luo Guan-cong: “Just now the police dispatch a lot of plainclothes mixing inside the crowd. When they instigate or incite the crowd, we should be calm and rational to treat (the situation) without resorting to physical violence. This is necessary, as well as in the spirit of civil disobedience."

Hong Kong University Student Union Standing Committee Member Liang LiGuo:"What we said is very clear, and the plainclothes might stay and mix within the crowd. So please can you cool it a little bit. And then in fact, most of the people were very cool and calm."

On Tuesday, people on the street have decreased. On Monday the Government withdrew the riot police. Chief Secretary Carrie Lam also said the second round of consultation on political reform would be postponed. However, the protesters do not think this shows that the Government have softened.

College student Helen Kwong: “I think this is a strategy, because yesterday tear gas was fired. If they use it again today, international public opinion will be very powerful. The government will be under too much pressure, so just stay calm."

Some Hong Kong citizens also said that the Government only changes the way it suppresses the people from the open to the underhand.

Hong Kong citizen Nicole: “But the government is now treating us in a very despicable way, and even blocking the news. When Benny Tai Yiu Ting gave his speech on Mong Kok Street on the television, half-way through, the picture about his talk was immediately cut and switched to the screen for celebrating peace by singing and dancing."

Public opinion also believe that as October 1 is around the corner, some current action taken by the government is a temporary measure because the Government feared the situation would be further out of control and embarrass Beijing.

Hong Kong citizen Nicole: “If Hong Kong people are angered, I estimate that more than a half million people will come out. On October 1, tomorrow there will be certainly a large and assembled parade."

On Sept 30, the White House responded to the activity of Occupy Central in Hong Kong, expressed close attention, and urged the HK Government to exercise restraint and demonstrators to maintain peace. British Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg praised the bravery of the Hong Kong protesters, and reaffirmed universal suffrage for Hong Kong must be offered which allows people to have real choice. But in mainland China, the Chinese Communist Party official media has few reports on Occupy Central. On the same day, “Global Times" still claimed that Hong Kong political reform will not change along with the Occupy Central movement.

Interview/Zhu Zhishan Edit/ShangYan Post-Production/ShuCan

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