【禁闻】17岁少年黄之锋 成香港资深活动家

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【新唐人2014年10月06日讯】反对中共控制香港的占中运动已经超过一个星期,其中有一位17岁少年一直唱着主角,他在关键时刻的一声呐喊,促成了占中运动戏剧性的顺利进行。他,就是资深学生领袖——黄之峰。

这位戴着厚重的方框眼镜、留着西瓜头的少年,是香港学民思潮的召集人黄之锋。现年17岁的黄之锋已经是一名资深的活动家。在动摇中共当局对香港控制的民主运动中,他一直处在中心。

9月26号晚上,就是这位17岁少年一声“占领公民广场”的呐喊,把原本准备悄悄结束的集会活动,推向了高潮。当时约百名学生从政府总部车辆出入口,冲进被称为“公民广场”的政府总部大楼旁的广场,黄之峰和其他抗议学生攀越铁栅栏跳了进去,黄之锋当即被带着手铐拖走,并遭到香港当局拘禁两天,促使占中运动提前进行。

学民思潮发起人黄之锋:“我们坚信争取民主就是将不可能变可能,我们创造历史,做他们估计不了的事。”

未成年的黄之锋,在当今香港特殊的时代,已经戏剧化的成为抗议政治的老手。高中时,为了与中共傀儡梁振英提出的“爱国主义”教育作斗争,14岁的他和一名同学组建了“学民思潮”。

当年14岁的黄之锋把“捍卫思想自由,反对洗脑教育”的请愿牌,提交给梁振英,并拒绝与梁握手。

黄之锋:“我们很希望香港的下一代有自由民主的意识,为的就是这么简单,所以今天即使受到很大的压力,即使受到很多各方面的谴责,我们依然很坚决,为下一代展开占领行动。”

两年前,黄之峰组织香港学民思潮成员在政府总部外扎营,要求香港政府撤销国民教育科。促成至少九万人上街、四万人包围政府总部,开学日当天,民众和反洗脑联盟在政府总部前集会,要求撤回课程,随后民众持续占领中环,一个多月后最终迫使港府搁置洗脑的国民教育。

黄之锋:“我们相信今次的成果不是大联盟或是学民思潮的成果,这是香港每一个市民、每一个公民一直以来在这个暑假中所争取回来的成果。”

随着黄之峰的长大,他的政治观点也越来越成熟,这位看上去像一位严肃的政客,又有点腼腆的少年,对政治的关注越来越广,2012年香港出现大规模街头抗议后,黄之峰的“学民思潮”,已经成了宣传民主选举诉求的主要力量,他们要求让选民来提名香港的候选人。

去年6月,香港支联会举行六四24周年爱国民主大游行,呼吁尽快结束一党专政,实现中国民主自由,平反六四。黄之锋带领由一班中学生组成的学民思潮到中联办抗议。

黄之锋:“今年我们游行之后来到中联办,就是我们不仅是要继承这无畏无惧的学运精神,更要中央知道我们平反六四的诉求,为了让中央政府知道,5年、10年,甚至24年已经过去了,我们平反六四的决心依然没有被岁月磨灭。”

同香港传统的民主阵营相比,黄之锋和他参与动员起来的这股年轻人抗议浪潮,似乎没那么容易妥协。

著名海外民运领袖、原六四学生方政:“学生就是顾虑最少的,最单纯的,本来他们也是为他们的未来而战斗,所以年轻人理当应该首当其冲的走在前面,我觉得很正常,历次变革转折的先行者都是学生。”

黄之锋表示,他们中学生所做的事,是为了唤醒成年人,告诉他们,游戏规则不是由政府来全部确定,民众也有权参与。

黄之峰:“政改的硬战、重夺政府的运动,不是只属于学生的运动,是属于每一位学生、市民、工人、打工人士,属于香港人一个重夺,属于香港人政府的一个运动。”

当年,香港从前英国殖民地回归中国时,黄之锋出生不到九个月。他在香港长大期间,共产党极力尝试把香港民众塑造成所谓爱国的中国公民。不过这一企图显然失败了。这次占中活动中,黄之锋指出,人没有理想,和乾乾的咸鱼没有区别。

采访编辑/刘惠 后制/舒灿

Joshua Wong, Hong Kong’s 17-Year-Old Senior Activist

While the Occupy Central enters its 6th day, a 17-year-old boy
has been the protagonist in the movement.

His pivotal role at the students’ assembly set off
the Occupy Central.

He is the senior student leader – Joshua Wong.

With a pair of heavy rectangular glasses and a bowl cut,
he is the Hong Kong pro-democracy movement convener,
Joshua Wong.

At 17 years of age, Joshua is already a veteran activist.

He has been the key figure in the movement
that shakes the Communist regime in Hong Kong.

On Sept. 26 evening, the 17-year-old’s cry “Occupy Civic Plaza"
pushed the ready to be ended assembly to a climax.

Hundreds of students stormed into the square next to the Central
Government building.

Joshua Wong and the protesters went in to the plaza
by climbing the fence.

Wong was immediately handcuffed and dragged away.

His two-day detention prompted the Occupy Central
to take place earlier than planned.

Joshua Wong: “We firmly believe that fighting for democracy
is to change the impossible to the possible.
We make history; we do things they could not predict."

Wong, as a minor, has dramatically become a veteran
in protest against the regime.

At high school, the 14-year-old Joshua emerged as an organizer
of Scholarism to fight against the implementation
of so-called patriotic education to indoctrinate
Communism in Hong Kong schools.

When handed the petition card that read, “Defend freedom
of thought, Oppose brainwashing education" to Leung Chun-ying,
the 14-year-old Joshua refused to shake hands with Leung.

Joshua Wong: “We hope very much that the next generation
in Hong Kong will have a sense of freedom and democracy.

It is that simple.

Even under great pressure today, even condemned in many
aspects, we are still very firm to launch the Occupy Central,
for our next generation."

Two years ago, Joshua Wong organized the members
of Scholarism to camp outside government buildings,
demanding the Hong Kong Government withdraw
the subject of national education.

It was joined by over 90,000 people taking to the streets
and 40,000 people surrounded the government building.

On school start day, the Civil Alliance Against National Education
conducted a rally in front of the government building,
demanding the classes be withdrawn.

Consequently, protesters occupied government headquarters.

The government was forced to finally shelve the brainwashing
classes more than a month later.

Joshua Wong: “We believe this achievement is not
the achievement of the Alliance or Scholarism,
but achieved by every resident and every citizen
of Hong Kong throughout the summer."

As he grows, his political views get more mature.

This seemingly serious politician, but also a little shy boy,
has broadened his attention on politics.

Since the 2012 street protest in Hong Kong, his Scholarism
has become the main force advocating democratic election.

They demand that voters nominate candidates in Hong Kong.

Last June when the HK Alliance (Hong Kong Alliance
in Support of Patriotic Democratic Movements of China)
held the demonstration in commemoration of the 24th anniversary
of 1989 students’ movement, Joshua Wong led Scholarism
composed of a group of high school students to protest
to the Communist regime in the Hong Kong Liaison Office.

Joshua Wong: “This year we came to the Liaison Office
after the demonstration to tell the Central, we will continue
the fearless students’ movement, and we want justice
for the June 4 massacre.

We want the Central government know, after 5 years, 10 years,
and even 24 years, our decision to vindicate has not been
forgotten by time."

Compared with the traditional democratic camp in Hong Kong,
Joshua Wong and his young participants don’t compromise easily.

Former 1989 Student Movement participant Fang Zheng:
“Students have the least worries, simple and pure.

They are fighting for their future. The young people should
walk to the front. I think it’s normal.

They have always been the forerunners of evolution
and turning points."

Joshua Wong said what the high schoolers are doing is to wake
the adults and tell them, it is not solely the government’s game,
people have the right to participate.

Joshua Wong: “The hard battle of political reform
and the movement to reclaim our government
are not activities for students only, but for every student,
resident, worker, and Hongkonger.

It is a reclaim of a government belonging to Hongkongers."

When Hong Kong was returned to China, Joshua Wong was
less than nine months old.

Since then, the Communist Party has tried to turn Hongkongers
into so-called patriotic Chinese. But it has apparently failed.

In the Occupy Central, Joshua Wong pointed out,
without ideals, people are no different to dried salted fish.

Interview & Edit/LiuHui Post-Production/ShuCan

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