憂蕭若元言行威脅香港安全 曾焯文去信美領事求助

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資深傳媒及政評人蕭若元十九日在網台「謎米香港」節目中,聲稱要將香港名嘴、著名作家陶傑有關極端組織「伊斯蘭國」的評論,翻譯成十七國語言,並寄給全球的穆斯林組織、人權組織和新聞組織,甚至出資登報,讓各界找陶傑理論。曾焯文博士就此去信美國駐港領事館,認為蕭若元此舉會激怒「伊斯蘭國」,可能令香港成為恐襲目標,威脅香港市民和居住在港的美國公民安全,希望美國身為反恐大國,能夠關注此事。曾焯文指去信是為了維護香港言論自由和國際政治中立。

信件全文如下:

Dear Consul General,

Please note that there is a Hong Kong pundit named Stephen, Shiu Yeuk Yuen, who recently announced that he was going to translate renowned Hong Kong columnist, Chip Tsao’s criticisms of ISIS into seventeen languages, and then send the translations to all Muslim organizations in the world, so that Chip Tsao would be punished. This may provoke ISIS to launch terrorist attacks on Hong Kong, and endanger the lives of all Hong Kong residents, including American citizens residing in Hong Kong.

Stephen Shiu (Chinese: 蕭若元; pinyin: Xiāo Ruòyuán; Jyutping: siu1 joek6 jyun4, born 22 July 1949) is a Hong Kong-based journalist, businessman, film producer, screenwriter, presenter, and pundit.

In his internet program Siu-yiu-yau(蕭遙遊)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wd8uzaEB9lM , uploaded to youtube on 2015-11-19 by Stephen Shiu’s own multimedia corporation memehk.com, Stephen Shiu made it clear (starting from 09:56 of the video) that he would translate Chip Tsao’s writings against ISIS into 17 languages, and then send to all Muslim organizations in the whole world the translations, together with a photocopy of the original and with Chip Tsao’s own photo. Shiu said he expected many Muslims, upon reading the translations, to come and confront Chip Tsao. Stephen Shiu was referring to the two following articles published by Chip Tsao.

On November 19 this year, Chip Tsao wrote on his own facebook channel a post, which suggests that France set up an emergence law so that the French authorities may arrest or deport without court conviction any reasonably suspected fake refugee or “immigrant”, as President Hollande has announced that “anybody involved in terrorist activities, upon being convicted by the court, will be deprived of their French citizenship”, hinting that the terrorists come from new immigrants. (https://www.facebook.com/tokit.channel/photos/pcb.975513562521167/975513539187836/?type=3 )

On November 17 this year, Chip Tsao wrote in his column in Appledaily that since President Hollande has announced that “ C’est la guerre” (this is war), the French authorities should closely monitor all ethnic minorities within France, as ISIS does not believe in Christianity (http://hk.apple.nextmedia.com/supplement/columnist/%E9%99%B6%E5%82%91/art/20151117/19375267 )

Chip Tsao (born 17 August 1958), also known by his pen name To Kit, is a multilingual Hong Kong-based columnist, broadcaster, and writer. His writings are mostly in Chinese. He is well known for his sarcasm and wry sense of humour.

I am a translator born in Hong Kong.

I submit that Stephen Shiu’s undertaking could render the whole city susceptible to terrorist attacks by ISIS.

Thank you very much for your attention.

With peace,

Chapman Chen, Ph.D.

事因陶傑十九日在面書上說:
欣聞總統奧朗德宣示戰爭,行動昇級,包括「任何人涉恐怖活動經法庭定罪即可剝奪法國籍」,暗示恐怖份子來自新移民。因為如果三十歲的阿倫狄龍做咗恐怖份子,佢五代天生就是法國人,你點剝奪佢法國籍呢?剝奪佢 D 衫褲就得,全球婦女尖叫爭觀!
為什麼要等法庭定罪?戰爭就是要加强行政大權,應該立緊急法例,只要有合理懷疑,就可以拘捕或遞解該名假難民或「移民」出境。
咁會不會「濫權」?第二次世界大戰,邱吉爾玩晒,幾時聽到說英國的最高法院也是英雄?所以,法國總統都係未夠硬淨。
因為法國喎,品格、修養、文明,值得信賴,濫權少少又如何?因為個總統係法國人奧蘭德,天生優越,唔係中國人 689。
咁係咪「種族主義」呀?有少少啦,正如中國人如果有得揀,個個都唔信 Made in China 喇。如果唔係,巴黎春天百貨又點會迫爆?
另外,陶傑十七日在《蘋果日報》專欄指:
攘外必先安內,如果奧朗德有「打仗」的誠意,在派空軍或陸軍出境之前,第一步是規管監控法國國內所有少數族裔人口,包括三代之前已經移民到法國的家庭,沒收電腦手機。第二次世界大戰,邱吉爾將英國國內德裔公民聚集在許多家大酒店看管,沒有行動自由;羅斯福下令將美國日裔僑民關進集中營。這是「法西斯種族主義」嗎?不,這是戰爭。
為什麼只「針對少數族裔」?很簡單:因為伊斯蘭國不信奉白人的天主教。什麼叫戰爭?戰爭就是只求勝利,手段就是不管那麼多。戰時的英國,動員民居互相監察,舉報間諜。當德國轟炸倫敦和高雲地利,邱吉爾下令皇家空軍,狂炸漢堡、德累斯頓、科隆,炸死德國平民──強調一次,是平民──約六十萬。這就叫做戰爭。
戰爭需要重大的犧牲,要將人性中的自私、偽善、懦弱,完全擱置。對於西方文明國家,發動一場反邪惡的自衛戰,全民必須暫時自我放棄大量平時享受慣的人權。但今日的西方選民,並無擁抱「法西斯」的意志和心理。
 
蕭若元批評陶傑的言論難以立足於文明社會,他又在其網上節目中表示,將陶傑以上的評論翻譯成十七國語言,並寄給全球的穆斯林組織,本報曾通過面書聯絡蕭先生,希望了解他的言論是否確認真付諸實行,惜截稿前未獲回覆。

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