【禁聞】萬民追悼薛錦波 傳中共將鎮壓

【新唐人2011年12月17日訊】中國廣東陸豐烏坎村的抗爭不斷升級,16號,是薛錦波隆的「頭七」,一萬多名處於哀痛中的烏坎村民不理會當局的封村斷糧,繼續聚集追悼,由於當局不歸還死者屍體,村民們被迫空棺祭典。另網傳中共當局正調遣部隊和大批警力前往烏坎村武力鎮壓,村民表示「反抗到底,絕不退縮」。

在陸豐烏坎村代表薛錦波隆重的「頭七」祭典上,村民們手臂纏上白布,向靈堂內薛錦波遺像鞠躬,他們沒有喧嘩,沒有口號,只是懸掛幾幅寫有:為民請命,慘遭虐殺,嚴懲兇徒,不容逃責,歸還屍體的標語。

由於政府還沒有歸還薛錦波的遺體,村民用薛錦波遺像作為替代。村民表示,目前他們只想討回薛錦波屍體。

村民A:「目前來說就是要回遺體這是第一,第二的話,希望陸豐政府就算給我們一點點地,我們都心甘情願,我們認了。 再這樣下去真的..很難想像,最大的困難,最痛苦的事情,不是糧食,是思想的一種折磨。」

烏坎村事件自9月爆發衝突後之後,廣東當局對村民軟硬兼施,無所不用其極,先是通過談判,將村幹部免職,回應村民部分要求,當村民萬人和平示威後,當局又將矛頭對準所謂「境外敵對勢力」,扣押村民代表,武力封村。

村民代表薛錦波被虐死黑牢後,當局又聲稱「獨立調查」、「獨立屍檢」,卻藏匿薛錦波的屍體不交還家屬,同時又繼續派出上千軍警圍村,斷糧、斷水、斷電。

目前仍被當局圍困的村民說,他們現在已斷糧,只能靠吃方便麵維生了。

村民:「現在吃的也沒有,糧食也沒有,水電也給它停掉了,11號(就)停掉了,現在只靠吃方便麵,我也想哭了,真是太苦了,政府逼到我們這樣,所有路口都被陸豐市政府圍掉了,出入全部都要身份證,如果是烏坎的身份證就抓起來 現在整個村都不敢出去,不敢出去糧食哪裏有啊。」

14號晚,廣州網友發起了上街聲援烏坎村民抗暴行動,遭警方圍困直到晚11點才走脫。

《新浪》和《騰迅》微博開始封號,並屏蔽烏坎村民抗暴的信息,之後,中共當局著手抓捕實名上網發烏坎事件貼子的網民。

村民說,15號,在外打工的4個村民因為在網上講述「烏坎事件」,而被警察拘捕,直到晚間才放出來。

村民A:「有些是在網絡上留言,比如說大型的,比如說微博啊,或是說我們上微網留言,或者自己在網絡上留言啦,有一兩個是打電話回村裡面監控到的。」

16號下午,廣州網友微博發貼求助,說他幾天前發了一條「陸豐獨立調查的貼子」,後來被新浪刪貼了,但還是被當局扣上「涉嫌煽動XX」的帽子。他求助的貼子在1小時內就被刪除了。

16號早上8點左右,有推友發貼說,中共當局已調部隊和大批警力前往烏坎村武力鎮壓。村民表示,他們不怕死,將抗爭到底,絕不退縮。

村民:「要抓,就整個烏坎一起抓出去,整個村人抓出去,要打死,就整個村就打死吧,反正就這樣,叫我們村民退縮絕不可能的。」

05年廣東曾經發生震驚世界的「汕尾事件」,紅海灣東洲坑村因政府興建發電廠,沒有按照法律規定給農民合理補償和安置,引發農民駐守發電廠大門口,阻止工程進行。當局調上千警力鎮壓,直接開來裝甲車對村民進行掃射。

事後中共喉舌《新華社》聲稱,只有3個村民被打死,而外電根據村民講述,當場有幾十人死亡,另有30多人失蹤。這次事件被評論為「農村六四」。

前《新華社》記者高瑜認為,當前烏坎的危機,正向著6年前汕尾的解決方式滑行。當年距離十七大還有兩年時間,今天對汪洋可沒有那麽長的時間了。她認為,時間給汪洋的唯一出路就是,依法懲辦暴力執法打死薛錦波的兇手。

新唐人記者林莉、李韻、周天採訪報導。

Mourning of Xue Jinbo Suppressed

Protests in Wukan Village, Lufeng, Guangdong Province
have continued to escalate.
December 16 is ‘the first seventh day’ for Xue Jinbo,
a villager representative who was killed.
Over 10,000 villagers continue to gather to mourn him,
in spite of village closures, and the cutting of food supplies.
The local authorities refuse to return Xue’s body,
forcing mourners to observe the empty coffin.
According to online sources, authorities will send large numbers
of troops and police to Wukan.
Villagers have responded that they will
“resist to the end, and never back down."

During the mourning, the villagers wrapped white cloth on
their arms, and bowed to the portrait of Xue Jinbo.
They are not shouting slogans, but simply have banners
『Appeal to the People, [but was] brutally killed;
punish the culprits, no escape from responsibility;
return the body.

As the Government has not returned Xue’s body,
the villagers used his portrait as an alternative.
Villagers said that at present they only protest for the
return of Xue’s body.

Villager A: “Firstly, it is our priority to have his body returned.
Even if the Government of Lufeng returned just a little bit of his body,
we would be satisfied, and accept it.
It is really hard to imagine what it will be like to go on like this.
The biggest problem and the most painful thing
is not lack of food, but mental torture.”

Since September, when the Wukan village conflict broke out,

the Guangdong authorities have tried using persuasive
measures towards villagers, none of which have worked.
Firstly, they tried had negotiations, then dismissed
the village cadres, and even responded to parts of demands from the villagers.
After 10 thousand villagers’ peacefully demonstrated,
the authorities stated they were so-called ‘foreign hostile forces’,
seized village representatives, and closed the village by force.

Village representative Xue Jinbo was tortured to death
in prison,
but the authorities have claimed to have carried out
‘independent investigations’, and an ‘independent autopsy’.
They have hidden Xue’s body without returning it to his family,

and continue to send thousands of police to surround the village,
cutting their food, water and electricity.

The villagers continue to protest under siege, saying they are
now without food, with only instant noodles to survive on.

Villager: “Now there is no food, even water and electricity
had been cut since December 11.
Now we have to live on instant noodles.
I want to cry, it is really bitter, the government pressured us like this.
All junctions are closed, and ID card will be checked
when going in and out.
If you are from Wukan village, then you will be arrested.
All villagers are afraid of going out, and won’t say they are getting food.

On the evening of December 14, Guangzhou netizens launched
activities in the street to support Wukan village uprising, but were besieged by the police until 11 pm.

Sina and Tencent micro blogging began to close accounts,
and screen information about Wukan village uprising.
Subsequently, the Chinese authorities began arresting netizens
who used their true names online.

Sources in the village said that on December 15, four villagers
spoke about the Wukan incident online, and were arrested by police. They are only released last night.

Villager A: “Some left comments online, such as
large-scale ones, micro blogging, or left a message on a micro-network or our own website.
Some were monitored by phone calls to our village.”

In the afternoon of December 16, Guangzhou a netizen
sent messages via a micro blogging site, asking for help.
He said he had sent a posting a few days ago, entitled “Lufeng
independent investigation”, but it was deleted by Sina later.
He was labeled as “inciting …”.
His posting asking for help was deleted within an hour.
Around 8:00 am on December 16, some netizens posted on
Twitter that Chinese authorities have sent a large number of police and armed forces to suppress people in Wukan village.
Villagers said they are not afraid of death, and will fight to
the end, without retreating.

Villagers: “If they want to arrest someone, they can arrest us
all. If they want to beat someone to death,
they can beat the whole village to death.
Regardless, the villagers won’t retreat.”

In 2005, Shanwei incident in Guangdong shocked the world.
Government attempts to build a power plant in Dongzhoukeng village, Donghai Bay,
without reasonable compensation and resettlement according to law, resulted in residents
occupying the entrance to the plant, stopping construction.
The authorities sent over 1,000 policemen to suppress them.
Armored vehicles directly opened fire to the villagers.

CCP official propaganda Xinhua News Agency claimed that
only three villagers were killed.
According to villager sources, dozens of people died and 30 people were missing.
The event was nicknamed ‘6-4 massacre in village’.

Former Xinhua News Agency reporters Gao Yu believes that
the current Wukan crisis is heading toward the same resolution in Shanwei six years ago.
At that time, they were still two years separating the incident
from the 17th congress meeting, but there won’t be this gap for Wang Yang today.
Gao Yu believes the only way out for Wang is to punish those
who killed Xue Jinbo.

NTD reporters Lin Li, Li Yun and Zhou Tian

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