【禁闻】反占中再被揭: 临时演员辅警都上场

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【新唐人2014年10月07日讯】目前有越来越多的证据显示,近期接连闹事,宣称“反占中”的人,并非普通的香港市民。事实上,从3号开始,就有民众陆续披露,香港和平“占中”人士,饱受疑似港府操纵的警察、特务或黑帮的造假欺骗,与暴力冲击。

据香港《苹果日报》报导,香港无线3号播出的新闻片段中,出现一名政府总部员工,因“占中”堵路,妨碍他上班,而嚎啕大哭,片段似乎要突显,“占中”对民生构成影响。不过,有眼尖的网民发现,这个人是临时演员黄海权,曾拍无线剧集和电影,属天王影视制作旗下。

报导说,由于天王影视是无线合约临记公司,关系千丝万缕,网民质疑,有人跟港府联手,请临时演员到政总演戏,为的是让梁振英有借口批评“占中”人士妨碍市民上班。

此外,5号,有网友在推特上说,学生代表同意撤退,和警方握手,体现警民团结。对此,香港学联表示莫名其妙,并说没做任何撤退决定。《明报》调查,握手学生承认自己是辅警,但是准备辞职了。

报导说,这名辅警,名叫杨逸朗,现就读于树仁大学历史系三年级,有网民质疑他是卧底。

香港社运人士严敏华:“很多啊,还有旺角有人也说要退场,拿着麦说要退场,后来揭发了,那个人也是警察。他们反而是鼓励市民过来,因为这种谣言让很多支持的人很怕真的退场,那些有决心的市民就会立刻赶过来,他是反效果。”

也有网友在推特上指出,败坏香港黑社会形象的竟然是香港警察。网友说,照片中的这位,5号晚在旺角扮古惑仔,结果被学生和周围人士围住质疑后,他立刻亮出警员证保平安。

香港《开放》杂志总编辑金钟:“这个运动深入继续下去,必然会有这种现象,尤其共产党这方面很有经验的,它几十年对付学生运动、民主运动,都是采用这个方法,就是卧底嘛,它都派人打进民间的队伍中间,有些还故意装扮积极分子到里面煽动,这跟它们以前跟国民党打战,派了很多间谍,深入到国民党的军队、政府一样。”

而中国大陆带有毛左色彩的小型政治新闻评论网站“四月网”,也在新浪微博发帖说,反占中的市民求占中学生让路,被阻拦,并遭到学生暴力踢踩。

这条微博引发热烈讨论,对于学生暴力踢踩的说法,有网友驳斥:四月网为了点狗粮,睁眼说瞎话。你们以为还是那时的北京呐,现场大批世界各地的媒体,全程都有拍摄,想造谣,先看看你们有没有那个份量。

香港大学教师廖小姐在接受《新唐人》采访时透露,她亲眼目睹中共在旺角,发动黑帮冒充“占中”人士,故意和“反占中”人士制造冲突。因为一旦发生流血事件,港府就有借口用武力清场。

香港大学教师廖小姐:“我见到我前面的人,表面是两派,但原来是认识的,我旁边的叔叔都说,他见到有人戴蓝丝带(表示支持警方),然后又转成黄丝带(支持雨伞运动),我觉得政府这个手法很可耻。”

社交网络脸书(Facebook)一段热门影片显示,在香港旺角街头,几名警察搭著一名疑犯的肩膀,护送他离开事发现场,并送上计程车。

严敏华:“现在的警察,我看到那些前线的,都已经好累了,而且市民对警察的印象已经非常的负面了,他们无论是肉体还是精神上,警察系统都快要崩溃了,他(梁振英)凭什么镇压啊,我还是有信心,梁振英只不过是临死之前还要挣扎一番。”

国际媒体《大纪元》援引北京消息人士透露,中共现在很不稳,不会轻易动用驻港部队,在这个情况下,中共领导人习近平将香港难题丢给梁振英,如果梁搞不定,下一步就是让梁下台,但暂时可能不会推翻人大决定。

采访/田净 编辑/陈洁 后制/陈建铭

Extras and Auxiliary Police are Exposed to be Onstage for
Anti Occupy Central

More and more evidence is showing that recent incidents of
people violently opposing the Occupy Central movement
are not normal Hong Kong citizens.

There have been reports that Occupy Central protesters have
suffered violent attack from police, spies or gangsters
suspected of acting under government orders.

Next is our report.

Hong Kong-based Apple Daily reports that on Oct. 3,
Hong Kong Television Broadcasts Limited (TVB)
showed a news clip of a supposed government staff crying
because the Occupy Central protests interfered with his work.
The news clip seemed to spotlight Occupy Central’s
impact on people’s livelihood.
But some sharp-eyed netizens revealed that this person is
the actor Huang Haiquan, who has performed in TVB drama
and film, and belonged to Artiste Film production company.

The report said, the Artiste Film has countless ties with TVB
as its contractor.
The netizens questioned whether someone had connections
with the government to invite Huang to act at the government
headquarters and allow Leung Chun-ying to have excuse
to criticize the impact from Occupy Central.

Additionally, on the evening of Oct. 5, a netizen said on
Twitter that student representatives agreed to retreat
and shook hands with the police to reflect solidarity
between the people and the police.
The Hong Kong Federation of Students (HKFS) denied the
claim and said they knew nothing of it.
Hong Kong-based Ming Pao found that the man
who shook hands with the police admitted
that he is an auxiliary police who is resigning.

The report says that the officer’s name is Yang Yilang,
who is a third-year history student at Shue Yan University.
Some netizen questioned whether he was an undercover.

Yan Minhua, Hong Kong activist: “A lot of people including
someone from Mong Kok said on the microphone that they
wanted to retreat.

Later, that guy was exposed to also be a policeman.

This rumor has had the opposite effect, and has encouraged
more citizens to participate, because the rumor made
the protest supporters decide to come over immediately
out of fear of the people there leaving."

Some netizens said on Twitter that it’s Hong Kong police
who are having a negative impact on Hong Kong.
One netizen says the man in the picture acted like a “rascal” in
Mong Kok and was surrounded and questioned by people
and students; he quickly showed his police badge to be safe.

Jin Zhong, Hong Kong Open Magazine chief editor: “For this
this protest to continue in depth, this phenomenon is inevitable.
Especially since the Communist Party has a lot of undercover
experience in dealing with the student movement,
and the democracy movement in such ways for decades.

They send people into a civic group and have them
act as activists and then incite violence,
which is same function as when they used to send spies into
the Chinese Nationalist Party’s troops and government.”

A small political news comment website with Mao leftist style
M4 posted on Sina Weibo that the anti-Occupy Central people
were blocked and violently kicked by the students when they
requested students to get out of the way.

This post triggered hot discussion on students’ being violent.
One netizen says: “M4 talked nonsense for a bit of dog food.
Don’t think this is Beijing, because world medias have
recorded the whole process with pictures and video.
If you want to make a rumor, you have to think about it.”

University of Hong Kong teacher Mrs. Liao told NTD she
saw the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) intentionally unleash
thugs pretending to be Occupy Central protesters in Mong Kok
to fight with the anti-Occupy Central people.
Because the government will have an excuse to clear up
in force if there is bloodshed.

Miss Liao, University of Hong Kong teacher: “I saw the
people in front of me actually knew each other, but made it
in appear that they were opposite sides.

A man next to me said he saw someone wearing a blue ribbon
(expressing support for the police) who then switched to
wearing yellow Ribbon (supporting the umbrella movement).

I think this approach of the government’s is very shameful."

A popular video on Facebook shows police in Mong Kok
carrying a suspect and removing him from the scene of an
incident, but then they send him off in a taxi.

Yan Minhua: “I notice the police at the front lines are tired;
plus the people have very negative impression of the police.
So whether it’s physically or mentally,
the police on the verge of collapse .
Why did Leung Chun-ying suppress?
I believe Leung is just putting up a fight before his collapse.”

International media Epoch Times quoted Beijing sources
who say the CCP is very unstable now
and it’s not possible to send troops into Hong Kong.

In this case, Chinese leader Xi Jinping will challenge Leung
with the Hong Kong issue.
Liang will have to step down if he can’t work it out.

However, it seems that at present,
the National People’s Congress’s decision won’t be overturned.

Interview/TianJin Edit/ChenJie Post-Production/Chen Jianming

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