2019年7月28日星期日

2019.7.28网络政治犯动态:中共公布近期对9名网络亲日辱华青年逮捕判刑等处罚

2019年7月28日,辽宁大连、安徽淮南、安徽宿松、湖北武汉、湖北宜昌、江苏南京公安显然是奉命统一发布近期对9名网上所谓亲日辱华人士的处理,从判刑1年2个月至批评教育不等。

其中安徽叶某扬等四人因出售个人信息已于2019年3月19日被伪宿松县法院判刑一年零二个月至有期徒刑六个月、缓刑一年不等;安徽张冬宁(22岁)和辽宁卢世宁(36岁)因创作发表“战豚”“橘豚”系列漫画,分别在2019年5月、4月从日本到中国后被抓,现已被以寻衅滋事罪批准逮捕;湖北张某曦(24岁)近日被以“煽动民族仇恨、丑化国家形象”为由被批准逮捕、李某龙(17岁)则以相同理由被批评教育;江苏戴某翼(20岁)被以发表精日言论涉嫌寻衅滋事为由于2019年5月15日被刑拘。

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安徽女孩画“猪头人身”漫画讽时弊 被指“辱华”遭逮捕

Posted on July 30, 2019
中共当局以“精日”、“辱华”之名抓捕多名人士,其中一位安徽女生通过漫画嘲讽“山东大学学伴事件”、“爱国五毛”、“老兵上访”、“中国人境外不文明”等,其中一幅画中还出现穿着皇帝服装的“猪头人身”,被控“辱华”遭捕。(文后附该女生漫画作品)
728日,安徽淮南市公安局田家庵公安分局通报称,破获一起境内外“精日”分子利用互联网实施“辱华”违法犯罪活动案件。有“精日”分子在境内外网站上发布以中国大陆境内热点舆情事件为背景的“辱华”系列漫画.22岁的安徽淮南女孩张某宁被指控创作“猪头人身”系列侮辱中国人形象的漫画作品,先后制作“辱华”漫画300余幅提供给在日华人卢某宁。
通报指控该漫画作者“刻意歪曲中国历史事实,曲解国内外热点新闻、事件,以讽刺、丑化中国人生活习惯等为主题。恶毒攻击中华民族和全体中国人民,伤害中华民族感情,践踏我民族尊严”。
“安徽淮南检察”微信公号发布了题为《事发淮南:“猪头人”敢辱华?捕!》的通报,称当局以涉嫌“寻衅滋事”对其逮捕。同时通报公开该漫画女生微博账号为“橘豚月月抽”,微博头像为“猪头人身”、身穿黑色汉服的女生。
有网友公开,漫画女生为22岁的淮南女生张冬宁,阳光开朗的她在生活中很关注社会公共事务,显示出与当代中国大陆境内大多年轻人不同的精神追求和价值取向。

在一幅漫画作品中:一头猪穿着背心在看电视,简陋而狼籍的空间里是吃剩的方便面和弄脏的卫生纸,几本中国杂志随地丢,还有一本杂志为比基尼美女像。墙上悬挂世界地图,电视上也正显示是一张中国地图。令人联想中国爱国五毛在网络上大喊“中国一点也不能少”的情景。
另外一幅漫画可以直接对号近期沸沸扬扬的“山东大学学伴事件”,漫画中间一排为3个代表欧美白人、非洲黑人和阿拉伯人的外国人,表情张狂;前排是3个猪头人身的中国女生,而后排象征官吏的三个猪头人身中,有一个还穿着皇帝服装。
接下来的漫画是三个外国人乘机离去,3个胖猪妞竟然生了3个小猪,其中一头小猪是黑色的。
在一幅题为“自助餐厅”的漫画中,一群猪在争抢自助餐;另外还有“老兵上访”等主题的漫画。
每幅漫画确实让人立即联想并对应中国热点事件。但目前“安徽淮南检察”已删除该内容。但相关漫画在网上热传。中国境内网站,大量“正惩民族败类”的声音舆论明显带有引导性质。
但亦有为数不少的声援声音。北京维权律师刘晓原、六四画家武文健都表达了对当局滥捕和打压言论自由的不满。也有网友发问:写《西游记》的吴承恩算不算辱华?在推特等海外社交媒体,网友套用中共喉舌央视主播康辉近日煽动民族情绪、指责美国的话语“荒唐得令人喷饭”来形容该事件。
北京知名历史学者章立凡在推特上评论道:这让人想起了文革时的“批黑画”运动。
有评论人士认为,中共当局这一波操作疑有香港年轻人抗议的背景下,担忧中国大陆境内年轻人效仿,以此威慑年轻人及强化“民族情绪”。
(本媒特别声明:请勿对号入座!此新闻的主题是中共对网络异议言论的封锁和打压,本媒支持公民言论表达自由。本文记者作为华人,不认为相关漫画伤害了个人的民族感情。本媒不涉种族歧视。)

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China Jails 22-Year-Old for Drawing ‘Insulting’ Cartoons

BY EVA FU
August 1, 2019 Updated: August 5, 2019

In China, lacking a nationalist spirit has become the latest crime, as the story of a 22-year-old college graduate attests.
Zhang Dongning has taken to using Japanese-style caricatures to depict trending social issues. Over the past two years, the cartoonist from Anhui Province has produced a pig-themed series of over 300 satirical cartoons, depicting trends such as the traditional Han couture craze, veterans demanding their unpaid retirement benefits, and Chinese tourists’ Thailand buffet frenzy. All Chinese characters in the artworks appear pig-headed, and she names them “pigple.”
Ahead of New Year’s Day, when China officially transitioned into the Year of the Pig, Zhang posted another pig-themed caricature “celebrating” the occasion: a map of China in the shape of a grim-faced, prostrated pig, vermilion in color, on which various pig-headed figures pop up protesting the recent scandals across China. Five yellow stars appear prominently on the top left corner, referencing the flag of communist China.
Authorities Take Issue
On July 28, local authorities in Tianjia’an, a branch of the Huainan Public Security Bureau, announced that Zhang had been arrested for being “Jingri” and insulting China. Literally translated as “Japanese in spirit,” the term “Jingri” became popular among mainland Chinese last year as a somewhat derogatory reference to Chinese nationals who identify themselves more with Japan than their own country.
The police accused Zhang of “insulting Chinese people’s image, intentionally distorting China’s historical facts, and misinterpreting trending news in China and overseas,” according to the statement.
[The cartoons] had seriously hurt Chinese feelings and trampled on national dignity, the impact on society was very damaging,” the statement read, adding that the officials decided to arrest Zhang to prevent “future criminal activities” and “clean up internet space.”
The statement also said that the police had launched a probe in October 2018 after the “insulting-China” cartoon series came to their attention.
On the same day as the announcement, police from five other regions in the country also announced the arrest of eight other so-called “pro-Japanese” individuals, including someone surnamed Lu who allegedly colluded with Zhang. Both had seen their accounts on Weibo, the Twitter-like platform where they circulated the cartoons, deactivated by the police.
Netizens Speak Out
The jailing of the young cartoonist has sparked outrage across China’s internet. Critics have attributed Zhang’s arrest to an intensifying censorship campaign online and in the media being drummed up as the Chinese Communist Party prepares for the 70th anniversary of the regime’s founding.
Nie Chenxi, the vice director of China’s Publicity Department in charge of disseminating propaganda, has issued directives asking local offices to “stand on political high ground to modulate every television episode, every documentary, and every cartoon,” and be watchful “every second” for anything that deviates from the “official main theme” or “sensitive topics,” state media reported.
What’s wrong with Zhang Dongning doing a pig-themed cartoon series? It’s the Year of the Pig, and many families have affectionately called their newborns ‘baby piggy,’” investigative journalist Gao Yu said in Zhang’s defense. A prominent dissident herself, Gao had once been detained for seven years for her reporting on China’s elite-circle politics.
Some internet users said that they identified with what Zhang portrayed and questioned the validity of the so-called crime.
What kind of crime is being ‘Japanese in spirit,’ can the officials please come out and give an explanation?” one person wrote on Weibo. “The criminal law needs to make space for dozens of blanks for the new criminal charges.”
What I eat is tainted food, what I drink is tainted water, what I breathe is tainted air,” another wrote. “Thank you for depicting the truth.”
No Legal Basis
Several Chinese lawyers also wrote analyses further refuting the authorities’ claims.
For insulting charges, the target of the crimes can only be individuals and not a group, there needs to be specific victims,” Shandong lawyer Fu Wen wrote in an article on Weibo. “For this case, if there is any victim, it would be all Chinese people, but there’s a question of whether every Chinese person would think that their personal dignity and reputation have been harmed.”
Beijing-based lawyer Zang Qiyu has publicly announced on Weibo that he was willing to defend Zhang free of charge.
The lawyer said that neither “insulting China,” nor being “spiritually Japanese,” constitute a criminal offense.
It’s a cartoon rendition of a real-life situation,” Zang told Inkstone. “If you charge Zhang for insulting the dignity and reputation of all Chinese, that would not work. For one, I’m not insulted by her work. And I’m Chinese.”
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一天之内警情通报“六连发”!多名“精日”分子被抓获

2019-07-29 09:59:22  来源:微信公号“共青团中央”
2019728日,辽宁大连、安徽淮南、安徽宿松、湖北武汉、湖北宜昌、江苏南京警方发布警情通报,抓获多名“精日”分子和为“精日”群体提供服务的人员。
散布“辱华”漫画  大连男子被刑拘
@大连市沙河口公安分局 通报,大连警方近日逮捕一名反华“精日”分子卢某,因其在境内外网站上大肆散布“反华”、“辱华”漫画作品,持续发表煽动“反华”、“仇华”和抹黑国家形象的“精日”言论,现已被依法刑事拘留。安徽省@淮南田家庵公安在线 728日发布警情通报,依法逮捕反华“精日”分子张某宁。

大连警方在工作中发现,有人在境内外网站上大肆散布“反华”、“辱华”漫画作品,持续发表煽动“反华”、“仇华”和抹黑国家形象的“精日”言论,立即开展立案侦查。
经缜密侦查,专案组查明了该人的真实身份,全面固定网上违法犯罪活动证据,在反华“精日”分子卢某(男,36岁,辽宁大连人)从境外回国时将其抓获,并依法刑事拘留。
现已查明,犯罪嫌疑人卢某受境内外“精日”分子影响,长期坚持“反华”、“仇华”思想,持续利用境外互联网散布“辱华”言论。


20181月开始,卢某伙同张某(女,22岁,安徽淮南人,已于20195月被安徽警方依法刑事拘留)共同炮制系列“辱华”、“反华”、“仇华”漫画,由卢某负责在网络平台炒作,先后发布违法有害贴文140余篇,肆意散布分裂国家、宣扬民族仇恨的极端负面言论,恶意歪曲我国历史,侮辱诽谤中华民族和全体中国人民,煽动族群对立,伤害中华民族感情,造成极为恶劣的社会影响。
该人还伙同境内外“精日”群体大肆向境内青少年学生传播反华“精日”思想,拉拢蛊惑不明真相的青少年加入“精日”群体,利用互联网成立非法组织,长期从事违法犯罪活动,妄图利用日本军国主义思想进行渗透。
目前,犯罪嫌疑人卢某已被检察机关依法批准逮捕,案件正在进一步侦办中。

安徽省宿松县公安局728日发布警情通报,反华“精日”分子叶某扬等4人,涉嫌网上出售公民个人信息,为反华“精日”群体提供服务,被判处有期徒刑一年零二个月至有期徒刑六个月、缓刑一年不等的刑罚。
叶某扬等四人被判刑

@平安光谷 728日发布警情通报,依法逮捕“精日”份子张某曦。
张某曦被逮捕通报


 @平安夷陵 728日发布警情通报,抓获反华“精日”分子李某龙,认错态度较好,主动交代其他“精日”分子的网上违法犯罪活动线索,被公安机关批评教育。
 
李某龙精日被批评教育

南京市公安局建邺分局728日发布警方通报,新浪网民戴某翼因公开发表“南京大屠杀是假的”等反动“精日”言论,因涉嫌寻衅滋事警方将带某翼刑事拘留。
戴某翼被刑拘


【立此存照】因创作辱华漫画,橘豚被抓

CDT 编者按:日前,淮南市公安局发布警情通报,漫画作者张某宁(橘豚)因用“猪头人身”系列漫画辱华而被抓。大连市沙河口公安分局发布消息,因传播橘豚漫画,卢某从境外回国时被刑事拘留。

https://chinadigitaltimes.net/chinese/2019/07/%E3%80%90%E7%AB%8B%E6%AD%A4%E5%AD%98%E7%85%A7%E3%80%91%E5%9B%A0%E5%88%9B%E4%BD%9C%E8%BE%B1%E5%8D%8E%E6%BC%AB%E7%94%BB%EF%BC%8C%E6%A9%98%E8%B1%9A%E8%A2%AB%E6%8A%93/





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