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纽约邮报报道,前天安门学生领袖沈彤家暴案。我看是中共乌贼术超限战

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作者:刘刚,来源:作者博客,文章取自网络,旨在为读者提供多元信息,文章内容并不代表本网立场和观点。

邮报昨天发文报道前天安门学生领袖沈彤家暴案。见后文所附内容。
我同沈彤颇为熟悉。1996年4月,我刚到时,曾在哈佛短暂读书。那时,曾同沈彤有过几次交往。

1988年,我在发起民主沙龙。沈彤随即在北大发起一个“奥林匹亚”沙龙,同我的北大民主沙龙争锋斗艳。沈彤的“奥林匹亚”沙龙是由学校党委、团委在幕后支持的一个所谓民间,其背后更有中国国安和公安的支持。他们的活动基本上是在北大图书馆地下室等学校提供的活动场所进行,提供各种饮料和食物。我曾经受邀参加过他们的沙龙活动,那简直就是另一种党课团活动,甚至就是特务训练班活动,一个最主要的目的就是要同我们的民主沙龙争夺粉丝、争夺下一代,是要在势头上压过民主沙龙。

1989年发生民主运动,就在大屠杀发生之前,沈彤就同他的姐姐一道来到美国。到美国就自称是被的天安门学生领袖,立即吸引了国际舆论的关注,同杨建利一道成为当时最受瞩目的舆论焦点。后来通缉名单发到了人民日报上,没有沈彤的大名。沈彤就说他是被列在第二批通缉令上。第二批、第三批、第N批通缉令都发出来了,还是没有沈彤的大名,沈彤后来就干脆向美国媒体说他是被列在最最重要的秘密通缉令上,这个通缉令是绝密级,只发给省军级高干!

沈彤随后出版了他的英文传记:Almost A Revolution!翻译成中文,就是说他差一点就发动了一场世纪革命!这本书让他大赚特赚了一笔。沈彤搞的基金会,更是借助天安门民主运动的名义疯狂募捐了一大笔钱。

大概是在本世纪初,沈彤就同北京国安部门联手成立了网络公司,专门帮助中国公安和国安系统开发防火墙,应该是中国最早的防火墙的开发者和始作俑者!

我曾几次发文揭露过沈彤。

现如今,沈彤也被告家暴!我判断这是中国特务系统对沈彤在上演!这有如下几种可能:
1. 一种可能是中国特务系统同沈彤联手演练这种超限战,使得超限战战法日臻成熟、完满。

2. 另一种可能是中国特务系统为了更牢牢地控制沈彤这种外派特务,就给他派一个卧槽的老婆,时时加以监控。为了更牢固地控制,就略施超限战手段,让他不敢轻举妄动,要一切行动听党指挥。否则,就给他上手段,念紧箍咒。

3. 那就是玩的乌贼术。不是有刘刚揭露中共的各种超限战吗?不是说一旦有谁被中共超限战了,那个被超限战的人就一定是坚决反共的吗?那么好,中共就将计就计,给自己的特务也玩一个超限战,让那些反共的人来对沈彤给予最大的同情、支持、理解,乃至崇拜!

刘刚
2017年10月5日

附录:
下面的链接是纽约邮报对刘刚的采访报道。
Torment of Tiananmen
By Kathianne Boniello

下面是纽约邮报在2017年10月4日发表的关于沈彤家暴案的报道。这种报道一旦发出,被告将是声名狼藉,很难翻身。这里我要顺便提醒控告郭文贵强奸案,一旦被美国主流媒体大面积报道,将对郭文贵十分不利。
Millionaire anti-violence activist busted for beating his wife

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By Rebecca Rosenberg October 4, 2017 | 8:42pm | Updated

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Shen Tong in 1992 Getty Images

A millionaire businessman and self-described anti-violence activist who once helped to lead the famed Tiananmen Square uprising has been busted for beating his wife.

Shen Tong, 48, a successful entrepreneur and vocal supporter of the Occupy Wall Street movement, allegedly shoved his wife, Weiyu Lai, so hard during an argument that she cut her face and ended up with a black eye, court papers allege.

When cops showed up to their tony Soho pad, Tong admitted the two had been drinking and had pushed each other.

But Tong sought to reassure the officers by referencing his record of literary pacifism.

“I’m anti-violence,” he said. “Look at all the books I’ve written.”

Tong, the founder of software company VFinity and Food-X, which funds food-related startups, wrote an autobiography about his childhood and role as a key organizer of the 1989 Tiananmen Square protests.

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“The defendant’s push caused Ms. Lai to hit her face, causing a large lump over her eye, a scrape to her cheek, a laceration to her chin, bruising to her face and substantial pain,” the criminal complaint states.

Tong told cops when they arrived at his 5,500-square-foot luxury loft that he and his wife had been arguing since dinner. As he chased her out of the room, Tong claims she tripped and fell, according to court papers.

“I tried to walk away then I heard a loud noise, I turned around and saw my wife on the floor,” he said of the July 25, 2016, incident.

“I saw all the bleeding, she might’ve hit the door frame and that’s why I called 911,” he allegedly told cops.

A neighbor said he ran into Lai – a mother of three – the following day and noted her black eye.

“She was messed up,” he recalled of her face. “It was a surprise.”

Tong, who reportedly put his entrepreneurial ventures on hold in 2011 to join the Occupy Wall Street movement in Zuccotti Park, was indicted on one count of second-degree assault for the alleged attack on his wife.

A judge issued a temporary order of protection barring Tong from having contact with his spouse.

In his book “Almost There,” Tong describes the Communist government’s fierce military crackdown of the pro-democracy movement, which led to the massacre of hundreds of demonstrators.

He was featured as one of Newsweek’s People of the Year in 1989 for his leadership in the Tiananmen Square protests.

His defense lawyer, Alex Spiro, said Mr. Tong “denies the charges and will answer them in court.”

Additional reporting by Elizabeth Rosner

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