【禁闻】全球寻找艾未未 墨镜哥道国人心声

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【新唐人2011年4月11日讯】中国维权艺术家艾未未被中共当局绑架、扣押之后,一直下落不明。最近,中共官媒又再度抹黑艾未未抄袭和漏税,但各界持续声援艾未未,并在全球发起寻找艾未未的呼吁。其中一位人称“墨镜哥”的网友发布演讲,内容引人注目。请看详细报导。


艾未未已被警方扣留一周,他的下落牵动了全球。香港多个团体星期日(4月10日)举行游行活动,示威者举着横幅、沿途呼喊口号,抗议北京以〝莫须有的罪名打压异见〞人士。游行队伍走到中联办前,要求中共当局释放艾未未。

4月9号,《新华社》却发表长篇英文稿件,批评艾未未的艺术水准〝三流〞,是“业余艺术家”。与此同时,在中国和海外的中文网站论坛和博客里,突然出现大量所谓〝揭秘艾未未〞有关经济诈骗、逃税、艺术抄袭,和私生活等方面的帖子。

艾未未的姐姐高阁接受BBC中文网电话采访时,批评中共作法。她说:〝当局不能让被告人‘消失’,然后随便发布指控。〞,〝应当由艾未未来解释〞。

香港《明报》报导,香港时事评论员刘锐绍认为,这种是中共惯用的伎俩,中共在试图抺黑艾未未。

而众多维权人士在网上开展公民行动——寻找艾未未,他们贴出了多张寻人启事,希望更多网友加入寻找艾未未的行列。

于是,中国网友将自己在人网、新浪、微博的头像,更换成艾未未。更有一位网友录制视频,表示艾未未被抓是中国目前政治体制的悲哀。这段视频受到了网友的追捧,网友称他为“墨镜哥”。

网友墨镜哥:〝艾未未无罪无过,他为中国人民维护合法的权益,声援被迫害的维权人士,并对各种腐败的政治势力和事件进行调查。共产党就是想让专制统治下的中国人民成为没有世界观的瞎子、成为不能实话实说、有什么苦都得往下咽的哑巴。〞

而《自由亚洲电台》报导,在德国柏林,网友们将艾未未的照片张贴在路边,还在墙上以涂鸦的形式寻找艾未未。旅居德国的中国网友苏雨桐为此创作了一句口号:你走失在你的祖国,全世界都在寻找你。

香港一群社运人士9号也在街头贴海报,希望唤醒港人关注这事件,促请北京释放艾未未。除了香港之外,世界各地网民也表示会响应〝在其他城市张贴艾未未〞的海报。

艾未未曾任北京奥运会主场馆鸟巢的设计顾问,但他拒绝出席2008年北京奥运会的开幕式,不配合中共宣传。并且坚持调查、公布了汶川地震5000多名死难学生的名单,艾未未还在海外的艺术展上,用8000多个书包拼出了一位地震中死难学生母亲的原话:〝她在这个世界上幸福的生活了7年〞。

新唐人记者赵心知、李璐综合报导。

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The World is Looking for Ai

After Chinese rights activist and artist Ai Weiwei
was detained by the Chinese communist authorities,
his whereabouts have remained unknown.
Recently, Chinese Communist Party's (CCP) media
started a new campaign to discredit him.
However, people from all walks of life
continue to support him. Some have launched
a global campaign to look for Ai.
One netizen made an impressive speech.
Let's take a look.

One week after Ai's arrest by the police,
his whereabouts concern people around the world.
On April 10, some groups in Hong Kong paraded.
With banners and slogans, they protested against
Beijing's "trumped-up charges to suppress dissents".
The parade passed Beijing's Liaison Office
in Hong Kong, requesting the release of Ai Weiwei.

On April 9, CCP's mouthpiece Xinhua published
a lengthy English article, criticizing Ai's amateur art.
In Chinese online forums and blogs,
there is a sudden surge of so-called "Secrets of Ai",
including economic frauds, tax evasion,
artistic plagiarism and aspects of his private life.

In a phone interview with BBC,
Ai's sister Gao Ge criticized CCP's practice,
"They cannot make the defendant disappear,
and then publish allegations at will.
Ai should be allowed to explain."

According to Hong Kong's Ming Pao,
Commentator, Liu Ruishao, considers it to be
CCP's usual trick to try blacken Ai Weiwei's name.

Activists started an online action in search of Ai.
They posted search notices, hoping more to join in.

Many netizens changed their display pictures to Ai's
on major Chinese internet portals and micro-blogs.
In a recorded video, a netizen said Ai's arrest
is the sadness of China's current political system.
This video is well-regarded by netizens.
The producer's name is Brother Sunglasses.

Brother Sunglasses: "Ai Weiwei is innocent.
He advocates for Chinese people's legal rights.
He supports the persecuted human rights activists.
He investigated various corrupt political events.
The CCP wants the Chinese to become blind people
without a world view, under its authoritarian rule,
to become people that don't tell the truth,
and to be forced to swallow what they want to say."

According to Radio Free Asia, in Berlin,
netizens posted Ai's pictures on the streets.
They even painted wall graffiti to find Ai.
Germany-based netizen, Su Yutong, made a slogan:
"You've gotten lost in your home country;
the entire world is looking for you."

A group of social campaigners in Hong Kong
also put up posters on the streets on April 9,
hoping to raise Hong Kongers' awareness,
and urging for the release of Ai by Beijing.
Netizens in other countries have indicated that
they would "put up Ai's posters in other cities".

Ai Weiwei served as an artistic consultant
of Bird's Nest stadium for 2008 Beijing Olympics,
but he refused to attend the opening ceremony,
to not cooperate with the CCP's propaganda.
He persisted in investigating 2008 Sichuan quake
and published a list of 5,000 students perishing in it.
In an overseas art exhibition, he used 8,000+ bags
to spell out the words from a victim's mother:
"She lived happily on this world for 7 years."

NTD reporters Zhao Xinzhi and Li Lu.
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