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The New York Times - Protest in Inner Mongolia / 5/30 Huhhot

No.1379 2011/06/05(Sun) 18:19:57
Inner Mongolia' Protests 内蒙戒严镇压 国际吁中共克制 (W/ English Subtitles) / D.H

No.1378 2011/06/03(Fri) 21:34:39
传六四屠城军调内蒙 民间:愈压愈反 / D.H

No.1377 2011/06/03(Fri) 21:32:36
(No Subject) / TheNew York times 2011.06.02
China Extends Hand and Fist to Protesters

By ANDREW JACOBS
Published: June 1, 2011






HOHHOT, China — As riot police officers pounced on ethnic Mongolian protesters on Monday, hauling at least a dozen into waiting vehicles, a young college student took refuge at a nearby cafe, shivering with fear. He checked a metal teapot for imaginary listening devices and glanced repeatedly at the door while explaining how soldiers had prevented thousands of his fellow students at Hohhot Nationality University from joining the rally.
“First they shut down our Internet, then they interrupted our cellphone service and finally they imprisoned us at school,” said the student, an intense, foppishly dressed literature major who was not on campus when the lockdown took effect last Saturday. “The students are afraid, but more than that, they are angry.”
Over the past week, as rallies protesting the deaths of two Mongolians run down by drivers who are Han Chinese spread across this sparsely populated expanse of grassland and desert, officials of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region have sought to stanch them through a classically Chinese carrot-and-stick approach to ethnic instability. They have announced a raft of lavishly financed development projects and vowed to prosecute the drivers accused of killing the two Mongolians, both of whom were struck last month during protests against mining operations that have marred the fragile landscape.

The government this week added to the menu of appeasements, promising to spend $308 million, to promote Mongolian culture and another $200 million, on student subsidies. On Wednesday officials announced a monthlong overhaul of the region’s lucrative coal industry “to ensure safe production practices, protect the environment, and address the welfare of local residents,” Xinhua, the state news agency, reported.

But the authorities, never shy about baring their teeth, have also rolled out a formidable show of force, cordoning off parks and public squares with paramilitary police and threatening to dismiss government workers who join the rallies.

They have also blocked entrances and exits to at least a half-dozen campuses here in Hohhot, the regional capital of 2.6 million whose population is more than 87 percent Han, the predominant ethnic group in China. Despite the official state of emergency, classes have been taking place as usual, although Internet access has been cut and wireless signal-blocking devices — four-stories tall and clearly visible from the street — have been playing havoc with cellphone reception.

An official document circulating on the Internet says the open-ended confinement of college and some high school students, now in its fourth day, is designed to “isolate bad people,” weed out the hostile and the subversive among the study body and ultimately “safeguard our regime while protecting the achievements of the opening up policy.”

Students, especially at overwhelmingly Mongolian schools, have not been entirely quiescent. On Sunday, students at three colleges staged impromptu protests on campus after being blocked from leaving, according to students. At Inner Mongolia University, students showed their displeasure by tossing Chinese-language textbooks out classroom and dormitory windows.

School officials have promised to eject from school anyone caught protesting or even escaping from campus. Reached by phone on Wednesday, an exasperated administrator at Inner Mongolia University said no one at school knew when the sequestering might end. “Everyone just has to be patient,” he said.

Public security agents in Xilinhot, a city where nearly 2,000 people demonstrated last week, have apparently run out of patience. According to the Southern Mongolian Human Rights Information Center, an advocacy group in New York, the police have been summoning students who sent out multiple text messages about the protests. One student in Hohhot, who dashed off a similar note on QQ, a popular instant messaging program, was promptly picked up by the authorities, the group said. Another student who made his way to the Monday protest said he was desperately trying to get a doctor’s note to explain his disappearance from campus.
Although news about the turmoil has been scrubbed from the Web, local Communist Party officials and the police have been painting the protesters as subversives intent on fanning ethnic disunity. Asked about the demonstrations on Tuesday, Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Jiang Yu echoed that theme, blaming unnamed overseas forces for stirring up the trouble. “Their attempts are doomed to failure,” she said during a regular news briefing.

In interviews, some of which took place through the wrought-iron fences surrounding their campuses, several students objected to such characterizations, saying they were driven to protest by news of the death of Mergen, the shepherd killed by a coal-filled truck on May 15, and by stories about the ecological destruction wrought by Chinese-owned mines.

But their passion quickly turned to more esoteric matters: the disappearance of the region’s ancient grazing culture and pride in an identity that has been diluted by decades of migration from other parts of China.

“I’m tired of seeing my language disappear while all these banners at school shout about promoting the Mongolian tongue,” said Naranbaatar, a history student at Hohhot Nationality University who like many Mongolians uses one name.

Another student, speaking by cellphone, said students were becoming increasingly agitated. “We are not sheep or cows,” said the student, who described himself as Xiao Ming, a Chinese name. “The longer they keep us locked away, the angrier we will become.”

The restrictions, however, are not ironclad. Students able to produce a train or plane ticket can get an exit pass, but only after gaining the signatures of three university officials — their dean, their department head and the university’s all-powerful Communist Party secretary.

On Tuesday night, Yao Xiaolu, 24, emerged triumphantly from Inner Mongolia Finance and Economics College with a suitcase in hand, having secured a plane ticket that would take her to a summer job in Beijing. Although administrators had not articulated the reasons behind the protests or the restrictions, Ms. Yao, an international trade major who is Han, described the rallies as a “rebellion” — evidence that the official propaganda has been somewhat effective.

“Most students I know aren’t interested in rioting,” she said. “Right now the main thing is everyone is just bored.”




http://www.nytimes.com/2011/06/02/world/asia/02mongolia.html?pagewanted=1&_r=1

No.1376 2011/06/02(Thu) 21:10:16
内蒙余波:官称外部煽动举报有奖 为安内从速起诉司机查矿区(图) / RFA
 

内蒙余波:官称外部煽动举报有奖 为安内从速起诉司机查矿区(图)
2011-06-01
网五月三十日已过,内蒙古各地局势持续紧张,而有消息指当局以境外敌对势力煽动策划及境内少数极端分子的政治阴谋向公众解释内蒙示威。

网上发起的5月30日蒙古族英雄纪念日在呼和浩特集会,在当局严防死守下,最终以据称数百人游行示威被驱散告终。而事情过去两天,呼和浩特至今气氛紧张,处处设卡,高校依旧校门紧闭不准师生出入。

市民文先生(化名)周三告诉本台:“学校戒严不让学生出校门,新华广场从早到晚有武警公安戒严、路障,党政机关都有警察武警把守,公交车都不自由要绕路走,我眼睛看到的没有任何夸张。反正人的表情都特别凝重,老百姓又比较老实,一见到这个恐怖气氛就比较面目憔悴,这两天街上人流明显减少,好处就是不堵车了!军方在呼市市政府里有少量的。(有没有说戒严维持到什幺时候?)不知道,这是他们的秘密咱们不知道。”

香港无线电视台周二在呼和浩特发回的报道称当地大学封校要到6号才解封,即要等到敏感日六四之后。

香港东方报业的东方互动网周三消息,网络昨日流传一份声称是内蒙古高校关于封校原因的说明文件,指“五卅示威”是由境外敌对势力和境内少数极端分子组织、策划、煽动的一个政治阴谋﹔目前呼和浩特市己处于“临战”状态,同学们应自觉维护民族团结和社会安全稳定。

而据本台了解,首先爆发连续示威的运煤车压死抗污染牧民莫日根所在地区、锡林郭勒盟,直到周三,在通往各个旗县的路上仍设有军警关卡检查,据称是防范记者以及外来人员。除了此前据称有参与游行的学校老师被抓,警方还在高调悬赏多名“蒙古国口音者”。 一名当地的妇女告诉本台:“旗县路上到现在都设着卡,出去进来都要看身份证。旗里面刚才又送来传单就是举报有奖的那个。”

尽管种种迹象显示当局有意将内蒙罕见的大规模抗议归咎为‘政治阴谋’,但似乎他们也不敢忽视生态环境恶化造成的民怨才是真正的火药桶,北京外交部周二新闻发布会上,发言人姜瑜回应内蒙抗议事件时说:“对民众一些合理诉求,地方政府也会努力处理保护环境和发展经济的关系,也会采取各种措施维护各族人民基本利益,维护司法尊严依法惩处违法犯罪人员,对于境外有人利用此事煽风点火制造事端,我们认为都是别有用心的。”

内蒙古当局日前宣布展开为期一个月的煤矿检查,下令加强监管,确保矿场符合安全与环保要求,也要照顾附近居民的需要,若发现矿场违反要求,或严重骚扰附近居民,要停产整顿。新煤矿若未能取得地方环保部门许可,也不能开采。

5月11日和15日,内蒙分别有蒙古族牧民莫日根和满族青年闫文龙在抗议污染时,被矿区车辆撞死。根据当局向民群发短信, 5月27日锡盟检查分院已就5.11案件向锡盟中院提起公诉,进入开庭前公诉程序;5.15案件公安通报撞死闫文龙的司机孙树宁5月29日已被正式起诉。 两个案件从发生到起诉都是短短两周。

对此呼市市民文先生有这样的看法:“这回的事情如果是真正的法治国家,该判重就判重该轻就轻,他现在是说依法从重从速处理,这不是侵犯人权幺?为了他的政权稳定这样做凭什幺从重从快呢?我是汉族,表面上看社会大局比较稳定,实际上是一团乱麻。”

以上是自由亚洲电台特约记者丁小的采访报道。

No.1375 2011/06/02(Thu) 16:49:14
内蒙古自治区教育厅(高校工作委员会)关于西乌旗5・11事件与阿巴嘎旗 5・15事件的公文 / Ovormongolyn Oortoo Zasah Onry Surgan humuujuuleh tenhem
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No.1374 2011/06/02(Thu) 15:14:28
Swed ulsd bolson niit mongolchuudiin jagsaal / ardiin nam
5 sarin 30 ni 10:00---12:00 tsagiin hoorond, swed ulus deh hyatadiin elchin saidiin yaamnii omno,sweded deh niit mongolchuud eserguuchiliin jagsaal yavuulla.


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No.1360 2011/05/30(Mon) 22:24:01

Re: Swed ulsd bolson niit mongolchuudiin jagsaal / ardiin nam
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1JCDddq942w
No.1361 2011/05/31(Tue) 01:07:45

Re: Swed ulsd bolson niit mongolchuudiin jagsaal / sain bn
Afrika naiz Uvur Mongoliin dalbaag undur urguud zurgand goyo garsan bn. Yostoi goyo zurag boljai.
No.1364 2011/05/31(Tue) 05:57:07

Re: Swed ulsd bolson niit mongolchuudiin jagsaal / sain bn
> Afrika nutagtai naiz Uvur Mongoliin dalbaag undur urguud zurgand goyo garsan bn. Yostoi goyo zurag boljai.
No.1365 2011/05/31(Tue) 05:58:14

Demonstrtion in Sweden !!!!!!!!!!! / impp



Demonstrtion in Sweden !!!!!!!!!!!

No.1373 2011/05/31(Tue) 21:35:04
東京 中国大使館前 2011.05.30 / Tokyo dehi Hyatadyn ESY-ny omno 2011/05/30.















No.1362 2011/05/31(Tue) 01:43:11

Re: 東京 中国大使館前 2011.05.30 / よかった
デモに参加した大勢の方々に感謝してます。
No.1366 2011/05/31(Tue) 06:01:14

demontration in Tokyo !!!!!! / impp
demontration in Tokyo !!!!!!
No.1372 2011/05/31(Tue) 21:33:46
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