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