Sunday, February 20, 2011

220“茉莉花革命”北京王府井集会,戒备森严/视频


北京今天一片风声鹤唳,各个路口均有警车把守,大批“红袖标”大街巡逻,以往星期天根本不需要红袖标。

许多维权人被控制在家,不许出门。尽管这样下午2点在王府井大街麦当劳前,准时聚集,包括便衣,有数千人,台阶上、马路上同时顿足,默立在那里。博讯义工拍照时就站在一便衣警察后面,他正用手机想上级汇报说:“拍照的基本是咱们便衣,也有外面的人”(视频有)

2点25分警察到一里外的灯市口设交通管制牌,禁止车辆向王府井方向通行。警察车开到路中间要求汽车停止通行,公交车除外。
北京警察今天动作迅速,2点20分穿制服警察已经冲到麦当劳门口的高台阶上,轰北京市民离开卖当劳。

另有博讯义工报道:访民说,2点之前一位老汉在附近喊了一句,就被人摁到,抓进旁边僻静的巷子里。
2点半左右,一名穿灰色衣服的年轻人被便衣抓住,在欲押上车的过程中年轻人一直喊“抓我干什么?我是来逛街的。“这时有一名穿烟色衣服的男青年被两名便衣摁在地上,后上来一名穿天蓝色的(疑似便衣)站在男青年的头前,抓住男青年的头发,围观者抗议,抓男青年的30多岁的人称“他打我。”混乱中男青年挣脱起来,往外跑。这时 第一个被抓的青年已经被押进车。现场大批警察增援,欲撵散围观的群众,口中不停地喊“离开,走,不要看了,别停步……”等话,便衣抓人时,围观人拍照有便衣或警察制止。警察用对讲机或电话相互呼应。有人往警察群里抛花。
博讯义工观察,有几千人。警察布满王府井,另外几千人的观望者。但是有多少是真正的游客,有多少是观望者,还有多少是便衣的警察,很难分清。

博讯读者报料:说几点没人关注的:
1、现场就两辆没有拍照的汽车,就停在警车旁边!
2、天安门广场和王府井便衣警察很多,我拍到了天安门的便衣!
3、有个外国记者被一个普通着装的男子(估计是便衣)用力打了后脑,差点摔倒!
4、不到两点的时候听见有个男子喊了一句“X你妈”,然后就发现有人被拉到小巷子里带走了!
5、2点30分左右,人群被警察驱散。










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19 Comments:

At February 20, 2011 at 6:17 AM , Blogger alimjan1918 said...

good!!! for all

 
At February 20, 2011 at 6:32 AM , Blogger bobby fletcher said...

為什麼 RFA 2/17, 王丹的FB 2/18 在博讯之前有消息?

傻瓜一大堆。你想要食物吗?找一份工作。您想要公平,呜呼 世界是不公平,得了吧。当中国变成了埃及你将共享"公平"!

睁大眼睛 别人是爱看中国陷入埃及式混乱。我是美國人我多(sp)為你擔心...

 
At February 20, 2011 at 6:47 AM , Blogger 无名人 said...

想要家里不被强拆,想要走在路上不被李刚儿子撞死,咋办?

 
At February 20, 2011 at 6:52 AM , Blogger Liwei said...

= =一般是假的,主要疑点有:1警力明显不够处理所谓动乱的级别,是民警而非武警2不对媒体的拍摄干扰3围观群众表情轻松,貌似有搞笑的事情发生4最后一点,但并非最不重要一点,地点显然不适合所谓集会,没有让很多人集合的空间,显然并不是为大量人群集中地考虑。因此结论是可能是小宗失窃案。

 
At February 20, 2011 at 7:12 AM , Blogger poiuy said...

Bobby Fletcher: Don't hide behind a non-Chinese name. You are just another 50 center.

Liwei: Got your 50 cents ? Go enjoy a bowl of noodles.. Ooops. Price has risen. You can't even afford a bowl of noodle now.

Everybody: Good for you. Keep going. The Egyptians are brave, and the Tunisians are courageous. Both don't mind sacrificing for freedom, human rights, and self determination. I am waiting to see what Chinese people are made of: Heros or willing slaves.

 
At February 20, 2011 at 10:59 AM , Blogger Demeter Design said...

I wonder if this will have a peaceful resolution that allows for an open democracy or if will end in the manner that most other revolutions of this nature end, in sorrow. I am praying for peace. We can not live in a world where people are murdered for their beliefs.

 
At February 20, 2011 at 11:45 AM , Blogger simply blog said...

Some overseas Chinese have personal grievances against Chinese government (for example want to avoid persecution because of stealing money from the local government or some other real grievances). They want to have problems solved by making China unstable (唯恐天下不乱)。 If you are really capable, why not try to make yourself famous in America by winning a Nobel prize or something. Look at the democratic party of China in US. What a bunch of losers.

 
At February 20, 2011 at 11:46 AM , Blogger bobby fletcher said...

poiuy eff you, Unlike your throw away acct with hidden profile, my blog profile is public.

If you have proof I got 50 cents RMB (~7 cent USD), let see it. Otherwise it's just a very poor attempt at McCarthyism.

I'm American, ain't never been citizen of the PRC. I'm in Seattle, come get me.

What happened in Egypt is not democracy. Without the institution to preserve sovereignty and faciliate democracy it's just one form of violence replacing antoher.

Now Egypt is under military dictatorship and the Red Guards of Democracy are running around putting tall hats on people. Kudos to Gene Sharp and his "non violent warfare", if THIS is democrady I hope it never happens to China again.

 
At February 20, 2011 at 11:53 AM , Blogger bobby fletcher said...

@simply blog

You said it dude. Why do you think Wang Dan and Falun Gong are among the 1st to promot this mass incident? I'm sure the money my government gives them (Wang Dan takes it both ways, from US and Taiwanese government) had nothing to do with this.

Why do you think reports promoting this thing seems to be initiated by RFA? RFA China carried this news on the 17th, over a day before Boxun.

 
At February 20, 2011 at 11:57 AM , Blogger simply blog said...

If you really care about the real problems in China (there are many), learn some skill and make some money, then go to China and help the unfortunate. Or if you really care about Chinese in general, help fight racism in America against Chinese. I challenge you not to try to become famous in America by attacking China - that would be opportunistic and trivializing your causes. Whoever posted the initial protest is a moron - if you are truly courageous, let the sun shine on you. Let's see what your real intention is. You know anyone can post anonymously saying anything bad about anything. Let's see if you are simply a trouble maker, a turncoat or someone who recently lost job in America.

 
At February 20, 2011 at 12:25 PM , Blogger simply blog said...

@bobby fletcher

Agree with you. China as a society, every one has an opportunity for success. That's the best thing for a citizen of a country. I do think corruption and free speech are real problems. But there is a process. A democratic country doesn't come about because of collapse of a government. It also depends on who will be in the next government and culture. Frankly I don't have any illusions about the current so called democracy leaders including Liu Xiaobo and esp. those outside China. By accepting American money, you probably would have to kowtow to American government in the future, making China a vassal state to America.

 
At February 20, 2011 at 1:33 PM , Blogger J said...

This idea that most democratic revolutions end in sorrow is totally false government propaganda. Germany, Romania, Hungary, Poland, these are all strong countries that are greater now than they every were under communism because their people are their source of strength, not some dictator. The people of China are what make China great. They are what make China strong. And in return, they deserve to lead their country to further greatness. A country of over a billion people will always be strong. Don't let transparent lies from greedy leaders who only want to cling onto their own money and power convince you otherwise.

 
At February 20, 2011 at 5:18 PM , Blogger bobby fletcher said...

J, it's no lie Egypt is under military dictatorship, their society is worse than when Mubabarak was in power. Bank tellers are rioting against bank heads, and reporters are attacking their editors.

Egypt is now overrun by Red Guards of Democracy, and significant percantage of their GDP is lost to the chaos.

How did 81 million Egyptians ended up in stateless chaos like this when only few thousands protested, killed cops and torched government building that belongs to everyone?

You are so right, over a billion people will always be stronger than the few hunderd that haves nothing better to do than breaking law, wreaking havoc on everyone else.

 
At February 21, 2011 at 12:12 AM , Blogger J said...

Bobby, you're being ridiculous. Egypt is just a few days into its toppling of Mubarak. Look at long-established democracies to get a sense of reality. The Chinese people own China and make it strong, not Wen Jiabao or Hu Jintao.

 
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