本报时评:美国的抗议活动正发生危险的转变

  • 時間:   2020-06-03      
  • 作者:   巴铁泽米尔      
  • 來源:   澳门法治报     
  • 瀏覽人數:  2974

 

   周六,在明尼苏达州的芝加哥大街上,一名抗议者从燃烧的汽车和建筑物旁跑过。乔治·弗洛伊德在阵亡将士纪念日被明尼阿波利斯警方拘捕后死亡,此后抗议活动仍在继续。


   美国明尼苏达州明尼阿波利斯市,抗议活动持续了六天,人们抗议手无寸铁的黑人乔治·弗洛伊德死于一名警官的手中。至少有40个城市实行宵禁,15个州和华盛顿特区的国民警卫队已经启动。甚至白宫也不再安全,特朗普总统和他的家人被转移到地下掩体。装甲车和武装部队随处可见。抗议活动正在迅速蔓延,势头越来越大。尽管一名前警官在视频中用膝盖搭在弗洛伊德的脖子上,并被指控犯有三级谋杀和过失杀人罪,但抗议者和批评者认为指控不够严厉。抗议者还希望看到对参与弗洛伊德死亡的四名警察的指控。


   虽然眼前的问题似乎是乔治·弗洛伊德的死,然而,故事背景却是漫长而悲伤的。美国的种族主义使许多黑人、亚洲人和其他少数民族受到伤害。特别是在特朗普政府时期,白人至上的感觉更加明显。歧视、仇恨和不公正的感觉很普遍,愤怒突然爆发。抗议者似乎希望结清以前的所有账目。


   人们注意到,在抗议者中,不仅有黑人,还有许多白人也出现在视频和目击报道中。不仅是黑人,有时贫穷的白人也是受害者。美国高度分化的社会正处于崩溃的边缘。如果国家繁荣昌盛,人人都能得到足够的红利,过上舒适的生活,那么问题就不会出现。然而,随着经济的衰退,人们正在饱受痛苦,变得愤怒。抗议不仅仅是针对一个事件,事实上,如此多的不公正、仇恨和歧视事件的发生,已经到了抗议爆发不可避免的阶段。


    政府处理此类抗议活动的能力有限,错误的决定使抗议活动进一步爆发。美国曾是一个鼓吹言论自由的国家,但冷落媒体是火上浇油的一种行为。和平鼓动和抗议是美国宪法赋予公民的合法权利。然而,当局者使用武力和暴行迫使抗议者采取了暴力行动。像“当场射击”这样的话确实是危险的命令。现在是伸张正义的时候了;这是一个公开的秘密,警察故意杀害了他,其他人为警察提供了便利,或者至少没有反对。司法部门必须迅速采取行动,公开惩罚他们。政府拖延或保护刑警的次数越多,抗议者的愤怒情绪可能越高。


   “枪文化”下的社会充满着高度的压力,这样会导致非常危险的行为发生。政府无法及时、适当地解决公众关切的问题,可能会使局势进一步复杂化。


   事实上,中情局参与了外国的颠覆和破坏活动。如果中情局认为世界各地的合法政府“不友好”,他们总是参与推翻这些政府的活动。美国在友谊的保护伞下进入一个国家,培养不满或穷困的人,训练他们,资助他们,最后在各种破坏和颠覆活动中利用他们。美国政府总是插手别国内政。不幸的是,他们并没有受过在自己的土地上处理抗议活动的训练。


   人的生命是这个宇宙中最宝贵的东西。甚至一条生命的丧失都是人类的净损失。无论是抗议者还是政府,生命的损失都是令人遗憾的。不管是黑人还是白人,失去生命都是不能够被接受的。无论是在美国还是在世界的任何其他地方,人类的苦难都是不可接受的。无论贫富,任何宗教或种族,人类的生命都是神圣的,必须得到尊重。我们衷心祝愿暴力早日结束,并敦促双方冷静下来,遵守规则,懂得克制并有耐心。应该拯救人类生命,尊重人类。


附件:本报“时事评论员”巴铁泽米尔简介




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Zamir Awan,泽米尔阿万,笔名:巴铁泽米尔。现任巴基斯坦国立科技大学中国研究中心副主任。巴基斯坦驻中国大使馆原科技参赞。泽米尔生于196231日,80年代在中国留过学。在上海大学获得学士与硕士学位,机械专业。

2010年,在巴基斯坦驻华大使馆,担任参赞,负责中巴两国之间科技交流与发展科技合作。中巴两国政治关系非常密切,通称“铁哥们儿全天候战列合作伙伴”的关系。科技算战略地位,所以两国也重视科技交流与合作。

泽米尔阿万,利用他在中国学习时学过的知识(包括农业、林业、生物学、健康业、工业、水电、能源、高等教育等等)加强了合作关系。签订了不少合同与协议,推动力不少项目。

他为巴中两国人民之间的友谊做了不少的工作,特别一带一路与巴中经济走廊方面。在他的任期中,在两国关系发展壮大。


 

注解:消息来源:中国日报网 。 本文仅代表作者个人观点,不代表《中国日报》和《中国日报》网站观点。


A protester runs past burning cars and buildings on Chicago Avenue, in Minnesota on Saturday. Protests continued following the death of George Floyd, who died after being restrained by Minneapolis police officers on Memorial Day. JOHN MINCHILLO/ASSOCIATED PRESS


Protests continued for a sixth day across the US over the death of unarmed black man George Floyd at the hands of a police officer in Minneapolis, Minnesota. At least 40 cities have imposed curfews, and the National Guard have been activated in 15 states and Washington, DC. Even the White House is no longer safe, and President Trump, along with his family, was moved to underground bunker. Armored vehicles and armed troops are everywhere. Protests are spreading rapidly and gaining momentum. Although one former officer, who was seen in a video with his knee on Floyd's neck, was charged with third-degree murder and manslaughter, but protesters and critics believe the charge is not harsh enough. Protesters want to see charges for all four police officers involved in the death of Floyd.


Although it seems that the immediate issue is the death of George Floyd, however, the background story is long and sad. The racism in the US has victimized many blacks, Asians, and other minorities. Especially under Trump's administration, the feeling of white supremacy has become more obvious. Discrimination, hate, and injustice are felt widely, and the anger boiled over suddenly. It seems the protesters want to settle all previous accounts too.


It has been noticed that, among protesters, there are not only blacks, but many white people are also seen in the videos and eye-witnessed reports. It is not only black people, but sometimes poor white people are also victimized. The highly polarized society of the US is on the verge of collapse. As long as the country was prospering and everyone was getting sufficient dividends to live a comfortable life, no problem surfaced. However, with the decline of the economy, people are suffering and getting angry. Protests are not only against a single incident; in fact, so many incidents of injustice, hate, and discrimination happened that piled up to a stage where the outbreak of protests was inevitable.


The government's capacity for handing such protests was limited, and wrong decisions made the protests flare further. The US was a country advocating for freedom of expression, but snubbing media has added fuel to the fire. Peaceful agitation and protests were the legal right of US citizens promised their constitution. However, the use of force by the authorities and brutality has forced the protesters to be violent. Remarks like "Shoot at Spot" are dangerous orders indeed. It is time to deliver justice; it is an open secret that the police officer killed him deliberately, and others facilitated him or at least not resisted. Judiciary must act swiftly and punish them publically; it will cool down the protesters immediately. The more the government delays or protects the criminal police, the more anger may rise among the protesters.


"The gun culture" society is highly charged and can lead to any much dangerous severe stage. The government's inability to address the public concerns in time and appropriately may complicate the situation further.


In fact, the CIA was involved in subversion and sabotage activities in foreign countries. The CIA was always involved in toppling legitimate governments around the world if they consider them “unfriendly". The US enters a country under the umbrella of friendship and cultivate disgruntle or destitute people, train them, fund them, and finally exploit them in various sabotage and subversion activities. The US government is always meddling into the domestic affairs of other countries. Unfortunately, they were not trained to handle protests on their own soil.


Human life is the most precious thing in this universe. The loss of even one life is a net loss to humanity. Either it is protesters or administration, the loss of life is regretted. Either it is black or white, the loss of life is not acceptable. Either it is in America or any other part of the world, the suffering of humankind is not acceptable. Either rich or poor, any religion or any ethnicity, the human lives are sacred and must be respected. We sincerely wish an early end to violence and urge both sides the cool-down and observe restraints and patience. Save the human lives and respect humanity.


Prof. Engr. Zamir Ahmed Awan is a Sinologist (ex-Diplomat), Editor, Analyst, Non-Resident Fellow of CCG (Center for China and Globalization), National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST), Islamabad, Pakistan.


The opinions expressed here are those of the writer and do not represent the views of China Daily and China Daily website.



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