【禁闻】香港占中如火如荼 全球发声力挺

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【新唐人2014年10月02日讯】10月1号,香港的占中运动进入第4天。连日来的这场自发性民主运动,引发全球声援。美英加三国政府和外交部、以及联合国秘书长等,也纷纷发声支持。下面我们一起看看各地声援情况。

香港占中运动,自9月28号启动的第一天,就得到了全球多个国家和城市的同步声援。

28号下午,在英国伦敦特拉法加广场集会,短短两小时就有约200多人到场响应。前一天在伦敦的香港经济贸易办事处外,也有400多名港侨声援。

美国纽约市、芝加哥、洛杉矶、旧金山等大城市,也有上千人声援香港民主活动。在世界其他城市,如奥斯汀、温哥华、多伦多等地,都有人举行不同规模的声援集会。

29号,澳洲雪梨的香港经济贸易办事处大楼外墙,被贴上许多便条纸,数百人连署声援港人争取真正民主普选;墨尔本逾250人参加声援行动,齐喊“香港,民主”口号。

台湾多个社运团体也纷纷响应香港占中行动。台湾太阳花学运成员林飞帆、陈为廷等,到香港驻台办事处高喊“公民抗命、齐撑香港”。

马来西亚首都吉隆坡也有逾两百名民众,于29号晚举行“和平占中,争真普选”活动,声援香港烛光会。

28号至29号,美国驻港总领事馆、美国国务院、英国外交部、加拿大外交部、台湾总统马英九、台湾民进党主席蔡英文、前主席苏贞昌等,纷纷发声支持香港民主运动。

30号,联合国秘书长潘基文敦促中共当局,和香港示威者和平解决分歧。法国外交部发言人则表示,正密切注视香港民众的街头示威,并强调示威者有权和平游行抗议。

30号当天,台湾民进党也举行了国际记者会“力挺”港人争取民主。

台湾民进党成员洪智坤:“香港现在的状况,其实已经到了有点退无可退,也没有所谓蓄积实力,或说往后再退一步的办法,因为看起来北京相当强硬,也不会有所退让。”

洪智坤认为,民主的争取都必定要付出代价,他鼓励香港民众以和平的方式坚持到底。

社交媒体脸书账户上的“全球声援香港争取真普选”,已经引来全球5万多网友的关注﹔在美国白宫网站上,从9月4号发起的请愿信上,目前有超过19万6千人签名,要求欧巴马政府关注香港局势,为港人发声。

据香港《苹果日报》报导,截止到9月30号全球有40个城市支持香港的“雨伞革命”。

而根据“全球声援香港争取真普选”脸书粉丝页此前汇整的资料,10月1号,在全球4大洲将有至少37场声援占中的活动举行。多个国家和城市都已经准备就绪。

接下来到10月10号,世界多地相信还会持续接力声援。

值得关注的是,在中共严厉管控下的大陆,人们纷纷通过上传照片和使用文字游戏声援香港。还有一些人在网上发起“光明顶行动”——剃光头发,表达对香港“占中”的支持。

美国的人权组织“公民力量”发起人杨建利:“香港民主化的前途,应该掌握在香港民众手中,只有通过这样的行动,凝聚民心才能形成公民力量,把香港自己的命运掌握在自己的手中。我们随时根据香港的政治形式的发展,来开展一系列的活动。”

美国的人权组织“公民力量”发起人杨建利在脸书上发出,“声援香港、撑伞(散)暴政”抗议行动通知:呼吁1号上午11点,到中共驻美大使馆门前举行声援占中行动。

采访编辑/李韵 后制/钟元

Global Support For Hong Kong Pro-Democracy Movement

Occupy Central in Hong Kong has entered its 4th day on Oct. 1.

The pro-democracy movement has aroused global support.

The US, the UK governments and the UN general-secretary
have voiced their support.

Let’s take a look.

Since Occupy Central launched on Sept. 28, people in many
cities around the world have shown their support.

On the afternoon of Sept. 28, over 200 people gathered
in London Trafalgar Square echoing the Hong Kong protest.

One day ago, over 400 British-Hongkongers gathered outside
the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office (HKETO) in support.

Thousands of people from major cities around the world
including New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, and San Francisco
echoed their support.

People in other cities such as Austin, Vancouver and Toronto
also held rallies in support.

On Sept. 29, outside Sydney’s HKETO (Hong Kong Economic and
Trade Office), many post-it notes had been glued to its wall.

Hundreds of people jointly supported genuine democratic
elections in Hong Kong.

Over 250 people joined the Melbourne rally,
they shouted slogans: Hong Kong, democracy.

Several Taiwan communities also showed their support.

Li Feifan, Chen Weiting and more members of Taiwan
Sunflower Students Movement joined the gathering outside
the HKETO, they shouted: Civil disobedience,
solidarity with Hong Kong.

More than 200 people protested on the evening of Sept. 29
in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia in support of the Occupy
Central vigil of Hong Kong.

From Sept. 28 to 29, the US Consulate General in Hong Kong,
the US Department of State, British Foreign Office,
Canadian Foreign Office, Taiwan President Ma Ying-Jeou,
Chair of the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Tsai Ing-wen,
and its former Chairman Su Tseng-Chang, had separately
voiced their support for Hong Kong’s democracy movements.

On Sept. 30, Ban Ki-moon, Secretary-General of the UN
urged the Chinese regime to peacefully resolve the conflict
with protesters in Hong Kong.

French foreign office spokesperson says that they are closely
watching Hong Kong protesters in the street, they stressed
that the protesters have the right to
hold peaceful demonstrations.

On the same day, Taiwan DPP also held an international
press conference in support of Hong Kong’s democracy.

Hong Zhikun, member of DPP: “There is no way to go
backwards with the current situation in Hong Kong.
There is no so-called step back to gather more strength.
Because Beijing seems very tough,
they likely cannot make a concession."

Hong Zhikun suggests that obtaining democracy is bound
to come at a price, he encouraged the Hongkongers to
peacefully persist to the end.

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Facebook’s Global Solidarity with Hong Kong has been
visited by more than 50,000 netizens.

On the website of the US White House, over 196,000 people
have signed petition letters since Sept. 4.

They requested the Obama administration to concern themselves
with Hong Kong’s situation, speaking for Hongkongers.

Apple Daily reported that up to Sept. 30, over 40 cities
worldwide had held protests in support of
Hong Kong’s “umbrella revolution".

According to facebook of Global Solidarity with Hong Kong,
on Oct. 1, at least 64 cities had held protests in the world.

Up to Oct. 10, there will be more cities around the world who
will hold rallies in support.

Under strict censorship in China, people are also uploading
photos and words games in support of Hong Kong.

Some netizens launched a campaign of shaving off all their
hair in support of Hong Kong’s Occupy Central.

Yang Jianli, US-based founder of Initiatives for China:
Hong Kong’s future democracy should
be in the hands of Hongkongers.

Only through such action, uniting people,
can the power be formed.

To hold Hong Kong’s future into their own hands.

We will carry out a series of activities according
to Hong Kong’s political development.

Yang Jianli posted on his facebook:
Supporting Hong Kong, collapsing tyranny via
the umbrella movement.

He posted: Notice of Protest in support of Occupy Central:
Time: 11 a.m., Oct. 1
Venue: outside Chinese Embassy in Washington D.C.

Interview & Edit/LiYun Post-Production/ZhongYuan

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