“Dangerous Person" Must Leave Beijing and Must Not Make Chaos
To guarantee the security of the Chinese Communist Party’s
(CCP) 18th Congress, the Beijing authority deploys 1.4 million security police inside the city.
At the same time, it expelled the so-called “dangerous persons”
out of Beijing, including democracy activities and human rights activists.
Wang Lixiong, a Chinese writer, said a few days ago that
Beijing security police forced his wife Woeser, a Tibetan writer,
to leave Beijing several weeks ago, and he was also threatened
by security police at his home and was asked to leave Beijing.
A few weeks before the CCP 18th Congress,
a Beijing couple, Wang Lixiong and Woeser,
were persuaded to leave Beijing to “stay out of trouble” and
so they wouldn’t make “chaos” for the CCP.
A few days ago, Woeser told media in Tibet about
the “Tibetan Self-immolation” issue.
Wang Lixiong published an article in the New York Times
saying now it’s his turn to leave.
Wang Lixiong said that on October 24, Beijing Security
visited him and threatened him.
They said he must leave Beijing during the 18th Congress,
“otherwise he will not feel comfortable.”
Wang Lixiong said his books, Celestial Funeral: the Destiny
of the Tibet, My West Land, Your East Country, and others, angered the authority.
He has been monitored by national security for years.
Wang Lixiong also disclosed that Woeser was on the CCP’s
“black name list” because she recorded Tibetans’ protests against the CCP’s repressive policies.
The authority doesn’t allow her to publish any books,
stripped her of her official position, and refuse to issue her a passport.
When she went back her hometown in Tibet,
police at security checkpoints along the road searched her belongings.
So far, Wang Lixiong is still in Beijing.
He decided to wait at home, and look at how the CCP,
a party that swore to use the rule of law in front of the world to make him uncomfortable, would react.
Hu Jun, the head of Human Rights Campaign, pointed out
that the CCP is so scared because it treats all Chinese as enemies.
Hu Jun: “Now, I can feel the CCP lacks self-confidence
and is panicked. That’s the reason why it has made threats.
If we can keep calm to face it in this kind of situation,
the scary people will be eliminated continually.
When all Chinese aren’t frightened any longer,
the one who will be scared is the CCP dictatorship.”
In fact, as early as the beginning of October, the CCP began
moving the so-called “dangerous persons” out of Beijing.
As we knew, the dissidents Hu Jia, Zha Jianguo, He Depu,
Human rights lawyer Jiang Tianyong,
constitutional scholar Chen Yongmiao and others
were brought out of Beijing continually for “tourism.”
He Depu, a Beijing dissident, said that all his family left
Beijing on October 30 because the authority paid for their travel and asked them to leave before the 18th congress.
He Depu: “Generally, all our dissidents were asked to leave
Beijing and told to go travel.
CCP has its requirement and we can come back after
the Congress, but we have to leave before hand.
Many people like Mr. Zhang, Zha Jianguo, Gao Hongming,
myself, and others were asked to go overseas for travel.”
On the other hand, the human rights activists Li Jincheng,
Xu Zhiyong, Wang Lihong, Cao Shunli, Li Fangping,
Jiao Guobiao and others weren’t moved out of Beijing,
but monitored by the authority 24 hours a day, 7days a week.
Human rights activist Li Jincheng: ”At 5:30 this morning
(November 8), when I went to the bus station, a police car was waiting for me there.
They had arrived at 5:00. They checked my ID card.
After I left, a border defense car, which monitors wirelessly,
followed me the entire way.”
As well as expelling and monitoring the so-called “dangerous
persons,” the CCP deploys monitors, who wear red armbands, on all streets.
The authority said, there are 1.4 million “volunteers” who take
on the responsibility of security during the 18th Congress.
And their main tasks are monitoring the pedestrians and
listening to their dialogue.
Li Jincheng pointed out that the CCP is very clear that
its regime will collapse,
so it has concocted many plans to use more brutal
means to deal with people who are against its tyranny.
It can be said that the CCP is frenzied now.