【禁闻】瑞典学生被驱逐 回国成英雄

【禁闻】瑞典学生被驱逐 回国成英雄

新唐人电视 http://www.ntdtv.com 2011-7-13
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【新唐人2011年7月13日讯】应斯文,一位在上海复旦大学留学的瑞典学生,最近,他因为写信给胡锦涛,批评中国没有人权、自由等,而遭到了当局的驱逐。不过他回国后,却成了名人。请看本台的报导。

24岁的应斯文,发表了三封给胡锦涛的公开信,还在中共生日的那一天号召举行“快闪活动”,紧跟着,他被中共驱逐而回国。不过,没有想到的是,应斯文回到家乡后,成了名人,他得到了家人、朋友以及学校的支持。

应斯文:“他们很支持我,他们,昨天我的瑞典的大学他们给我打了电话,告诉我,他们觉得我有舆论的自由。舆论自由是全世界都应该有,(他们觉得)不管我在瑞典或者在中国,我(都)有舆论自由。”

应斯文的成名之路是从今年4月8号开始。应斯文在网上发出了第一封给胡锦涛的公开信。信中指出,中国不是民主和自由国家,根据性质应该将“中华人民共和国”改为“中华共产党国”。

应斯文:“我不太喜欢共产党的执政方式,在瑞典,我们如果不喜欢我们的政府,我们可以改变,可是在中国没有办法,人民没有权力,就是共产党有权力,不是一个人民共和国。”

在应斯文的第三封信中,他号召在中国共产党的生日那天举行5分钟“快闪活动”。他呼吁网友前往参加,在晚上六点时,身体定格成僵硬状态,并且能在身上写上“自由”二字。而中共安全部门通过他的博客,找到了他,并要求他放弃这个行动。

应斯文:“5分钟,因为我的活动也就是5分钟,就是5分钟是我的责任,可是他们说,不只是那5分钟,是全晚上,如果在外滩发生什么事,就都是你的责任。”

在一系列的不愉快的经历后,应斯文回到了民主自由的家。记者问他,是否还会再去中国,他表示,现在他暂时不能回去,但如果中国有改变,他愿意回去。

应斯文:“我觉得中国可以改变,可是,这是每个中国人的责任,我们不应该相信共产党的话,我们都应该考虑我们要怎样改变,让这个改变出现。”

应斯文说,回国后,很多记者打电话给他,他大概接受了10到15个采访,还去了电视台、电台。还有很多人在互联网上,通过电子邮件,或者是在推特、Facebook和博客上和他联系。最近两周他的推特跟随者新增了大约1500人。其中大部分人来自中国。

新唐人记者白梅、李静、周平采访报导。

Deported
Student a National Hero

Sven Englund, a Swede studying Chinese at
Shanghai’s Fudan University,
was recently expelled by the Chinese
authorities, because he wrote to Hu Jintao,
to criticize the human rights
situation and the lack of freedom in China.
However, after returning home,
he has become a celebrity.
Let’s take a look.

Englund, 24, has
written three open letters to Hu Jintao,
the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP)
leader.
Englund also called for a “flash event" on July 1, the CCP’s
anniversary.
After being deported to Sweden,
the now-famous Englund has
received support from his family, friends and university.

Englund: They
all support me very much. Yesterday,
my Swedish University called me to tell
me that they think I should have the freedom of opinion.
(They think) the
whole world should have media freedom,
regardless whether I am in Sweden or
in China.

Englund started to draw media attention on April 8, 2011, when
he sent his first open letter to Hu.
He pointed out that China is not a
democratic or free state.
Its current name “People’s Republic of China"
should be changed to “the Chinese Communist Party State."

Englund: “I do
not like the way, in which the Communist Party rules.
In Sweden, if we do
not like our government, we can change it.
However, in China, the people
have no way to change (their government).
The people have no power, which is
in the hands of the CCP.
Therefore, China is not a “people’s
republic.”

In his third open letter, Englund called for a “flash event"
on July 1, the birthday of the CCP.
He called the netizens to freeze for
five minutes at 6:00 p.m. and to have the characters “freedom" written on their
clothes.
After founding him through his blog, the CCP’s securities demanded
him to abandon his plan.

Englund: I said only 5 minutes.
As my
activity is 5 minutes, these 5 minutes are my responsibility.
However they
said, “not only the 5 minutes.
You are responsible for the whole night.

Whatever happens on the Bund is your responsibility.”

After these
unpleasant experiences, Englund returned to his democratic and free homeland.

When asked by reporters whether he would go back to China, he said that he
was unable to go back temporarily.
However, if China changes, he would be
willing to go back.

Englund: “I think China can change.
However, this
is the responsibility of every Chinese.
We should not believe the Communist
Party.
We should consider how we will change, and make the change
happen.

Englund said, after returning home, he was interviewed 10 to 15
times by reporters.
He also went to TV and radio stations.
Many people
contacted him on the Internet, by email or on Twitter, Facebook and the blogs.

In the last two weeks, he had 1,500 more Twitter followers, most of whom are
from China.

NTD reporters Bai Mei, Li Jing and Zhou Ping

http://www.ntdtv.com/xtr/b5/2011/07/13/a559077.html#video

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