【禁聞】內蒙劍拔弩張 網友:官商勾結所致

【新唐人2011年10月31日訊】內蒙古5月一名牧民為了保衛草場被運煤車撞死,10月20號又有一名牧民為保護草場被一輛過往油田的大卡車軋死。有人在網上發起上街悼念活動,中共於是封閉多個內蒙網站和論壇。有網民指出:內蒙的緊張局勢是官商勾結的惡果。

內蒙古5月一名牧民為了保衛草場被運煤車撞死,10月20號又有一名牧民為保護草場被一輛過往油田的大卡車軋死。有人在網上發起上街悼念活動,中共於是封閉多個內蒙網站和論壇。有網民指出:內蒙的緊張局勢是官商勾結的惡果。

內蒙古鄂爾多斯市烏審旗牧民照日格圖,因為保護草場,10月20號被一輛過往油田的大卡車軋死。中共喉舌《新華社》聲稱,這是一起摩託車超車,與卡車發生擦撞的車禍﹔不過,「南蒙人權信息中心」主任恩赫巴圖透露,事件是因為照日格圖攔住運油大卡車不讓通過草場,與司機發生爭執後,遭惡意碾斃。

事後,有網民發起一連七天到首都呼和浩特或各自的城鎮,以及大城市包頭市等,舉行大型集會或者遊行活動,強烈要求當局為朝日格圖,和今年5月被運煤車撞死的莫日根舉行追悼會,並立紀念碑。

根據《南蒙古時事評論》網站報導:中共當局從10月24號起開始關閉內蒙古境內的多個網站和論壇。南蒙古時事評論列出了十多個被封的網站和論壇。

內蒙古最大的蒙古語聊天及發表文章的網站boljoo在10月27號被逼關閉。創辦人斯琴圖在關閉後的留言中寫道:「因為受到通知boljoo 網站被迫關閉至11月15日。請大家發帖時候注意安全。「斯琴圖致禮」。有人解讀說這是斯琴圖受到威脅的跡象。

此外,根據《自由亞洲電臺》報導,《自由南蒙古》網站負責人忽必斯嘎拉圖説:當局為禁止大批內蒙人到烏審旗,不但禁止賓館接待內蒙人入住,近幾天更禁止內蒙學生離開校園。

忽必斯嘎拉圖:「﹙蒙古﹚一中,內蒙中學已經禁止學生自由出入,外面的人也進不去。而且,當地牧民已經知道出事了,就是有一個蒙古人被壓死,這是屬於國家秘密。」。」

然而,中共的網上封鎖並沒有終結內蒙人的悼念。在10月29號,南蒙古時事評論出現了一則截圖形式通告《為民族英雄朝日格圖和莫日根致哀》,呼籲人們在29號星期六晚上7點30分,在住家裏熄燈點蠟燭3分鐘默哀。

流亡德國的保衛內蒙人權同盟主席席海明指出:當局對死者家屬採取威脅利誘手法,只會讓類似的悲劇不斷髮生。

席海明:「通過給家屬一些賠償,來堵他們的口,這種辦法應該結束了,今天這兒被壓死,明天哪兒被壓死,現在一切為了錢,應該人的生命是重要的,蒙古人在自己的土地上不能夠像錫盟莫日根事件那樣,給四十萬完事了。」

據了解,烏審旗幾年前開始開採天然氣和石油,當地牧民的草場不斷遭到油礦的破壞。兩宗牧民被碾死的慘案都跟牧民阻止巨型車輛穿過草原有關。

一名網友說:官商勾結下貪婪的榨取,必然帶來民族之間分崩離析。

內蒙的緊張局勢在網上傳開後,有網友感嘆:「不知道中國怎麼了?殺人輾人,辦事要錢已經是一個非常正常的事情了。中國已經向一個不正常的軌道去行走。中國啊中國..........。

新唐人記者吳惟、周昕屹綜合報導。

Another Mongolian Herder Is Run Over

In May, Mergen, an Inner Mongolian herder,

was killed by a coal truck while protecting his grazing land.

On October 20, another herder, Zorigt, was run over

by an oil truck.

As a result, netizens launched a public mourning campaign.

Many websites and online forums were shut down

by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) authorities.

Netizens said that the current Inner Mongolian tension was

due to the collusion between business people and CCP officials.

An ethnic Mongolian herder, Zorigt, of Uxin Banner,

was run over by an oil truck on October 20,

while trying to prevent his local grazing land

from being destroyed.

The CCP』s mouthpiece, Xinhua News Agency, claimed that

the accident was caused by a motorcycle cutting in front of a moving truck.

However, the director of Southern Mongolia Human Rights

Information Center, Enghebatu Togochog, revealed that

Zorigt was killed after he tried to prevent an oil truck

from cutting through his grassland.

After a dispute with the driver, he was viciously run over.

A massive seven-day protest began in the capital city, Hohhot,

as well as in Baotou City and neighboring towns.

The protestors urged the authorities to hold memorial services

and erect monuments for both Mergen and Zorigt.

According to information posted on Smglnc.blogspot.com

(Southern Mongolian Comment On Current Affairs),

CCP authorities shut down several websites

and online forums in Inner Mongolia.

Smglnc listed over a dozen such sites and forums.

On October 27, the largest Mongolian chat site, Boljoo, was

forced to close.

The founder, Sechent, wrote online:

“Due to warnings we received, the boljoo site was forced to close until November 15.

Take caution when posting online.”

The message was seen as evidence

that Sechent was being threatened.

Radio Free Asia reported that Oyunbilig, head of

Free Southern Mongolia (Caccp.freedomsherald.org), said

that CCP authorities prevented massive groups

of Mongolian people from going to Uxin Banner

and local hotels are prohibited from accepting

Inner Mongolia people.

In recent days, Inner Mongolian students

have been blocked from leaving their campuses.

Oyunbilig: "In Inner Mongolia, high school students have

been blocked from going outside, and outsiders are not allowed to enter the schools.

Local herders have learned about the latest accident,

however, the news has been classified as a 『state secret.』”

The CCP's Internet blockade did not end the mourning activities

in Inner Mongolian.

On October 29, Smglnc published a post titled,

Condolences to Folk Heroes Zorigt and Mergen,

asking for people to observe three minutes of silence

at 7:30 p.m. on October 29.

Xi Haiming, chairman of Human Rights League

of Inner Mongolia, pointed out that CCP authorities

adopted very threatening and cajoling means

to deal with the situation, which will only help perpetuate

similar tragedies in the future.

Xi Haiming: "The practice of providing financial compensation

to deter deceased family members from talking, should be stopped.

Today someone was run over by a truck, tomorrow

it will be someone else.

Nowadays, people will do anything for money.

But human lives are more important than money.

The issue should not be shelved, like in Mergen』s case,

just because RMB 400,000 (US$62, 912) was paid

to his family as compensation.”

A few years ago, CCP authorities began to explore

natural gas and oil in Uxin Banner.

Local gazing lands were constantly being destroyed

by the oil field drivers.

Both Mongolian herders』 death were related to their

efforts in trying to prevent these heavy trucks from cutting across their grasslands.

A netizen said, “Greedy collusion between officials

and business people, will inevitably result in ethnic groups being wiped out.”

As to the ongoing reporting of the growing tensions

in Inner Mongolia, a netizen sighed: "I just don』t know what』s wrong with the Chinese?

Murdering, running over people, and committing crimes

for money has become a very normal thing.

China is now heading down a very abnormal track.”

NTD reporters Wu Wei and Zhou Xin

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