高级五毛党伪造推特转推,阻止推友进行六四纪念

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一般大家以为五毛党能一眼识别,实际不然。五毛不仅在国内评论,在海外比如推特也有活动。本文只阐述了高级五毛,明显的五毛和直接刷屏的五毛不是本文重点

现在,五毛越来越隐蔽,并且使用心理学制造红色恐怖来阻止大家进行六四纪念。此篇文章曝光了一系列这种隐蔽系列的五毛。这些推特上的五毛Follow了很多民运人士,而且推文都比较隐蔽,让人一眼看上去像普通的推友。

中国境外没有任何阻止纪念六四的行为。香港六四烛光晚会没有任何被骚扰或者人员被打的报道。但是高级五毛伪造恐怖气氛,让推友以为在国外纪念六四都不安全。

以下是高级五毛在六四时推特上的活动。

64黑丝行(@emmaxiryssu 3 tweets, 10 followers) 用号召让大家穿“黑丝”的方法阻扰黑衣游行。

六四“黑衫行”活动由于遭到不明人群的骚扰,带来安全隐患为确保民运人士的人生安全,现“黑衫行”活动更改为“黑丝行”活动,请大家六四那天不要再穿黑衫了,该船黑丝袜聚会。在活动过程中请大家注意自己的安全,保持警惕@Blackguard64

— 64黑丝行 (@emmaxiryssu) June 2, 2014

还有更加隐蔽的五毛。这个五毛假装是为大家安全着想,并在图片中给出了5条安全建议,有几百字。建议包括了不要带手机等。其看似是为了安全考虑,实际上大部分人出去不可能不带手机,这样一说很多人估计会迟疑不敢参加纪念六四活动。这种卑劣的手段,五毛在茉莉花期间也使用过。 特别注意,这条推特有119次转推,显然是机器伪造的。(我们的@GreatFireChina目前有1万多人关注,一般转推只有十几次。)

 

【紧急通告:六四纪念集会骚扰频现 各位网友做好安全应急淮备】最近几日,香港、台湾、美国等地组织了黑衫行参加纪念六四二十五週年游行示威活动,活动过程中发生了数起骚扰事件,遭不明身份人员殴打抢劫,身体和财务遭到损失。请注意一下事项 pic.twitter.com/KxxDmy5E2D

— TaipeiOldHippie (@taipeioldhippie) June 2, 2014

看看此推文的评论,看起来好像很多去游行的人被打了,实际上都是五毛账号。 这些账号的其他推特有推荐穿黑丝的,有推荐白T恤的,有在简介里写支持民运的,有迷惑性。

 

之后是 (@vyrigita 2538604674 30 tweets, 0 followers)

是要穿黑山集会么,穿黑衫会被打 小心惹祸上身 活动的时候有人号召 你想过被打了谁来为你负责么

— 王琪 (@vyrigita) June 3, 2014

此人假装好心好意的分析,担心推友人生安全。实际上用心理学来用被打恐吓推友,阻止推友纪念六四。 他的推文被转了30-40次,显然是机器伪造次数的。特别注意,此推文被收集中文推特热点的中文锐推客自动转发了,和其他真正的中文热门推混在一起,迷惑性非常大。

以上证据显示,五毛党没有下线。本文最后提供网上流传的五毛行为准则,未知来源。 4-8条极其下流。

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GreatFire (https://en.greatfire.org/), a China-focused censorship monitoring organization, is proud to announce that we have developed and released a new anti-censorship tool that will enable any blocked media outlet, blogger, human rights group, or civil society organization to evade censors and get their content onto the phones of millions of readers and supporters in China and other countries that censor the Internet.

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This hearing offers an opportunity to detail to the Subcommittee how Apple uses its closed operating ecosystem to not only abuse its market position but also to deprive certain users, most notably those in China, of their right to download and use apps related to privacy, secure communication, and censorship circumvention.

We hope that U.S. House representatives agree with our view that Apple should not be allowed to do elsewhere what would be considered as unacceptable in the U.S. Chinese citizens are not second class citizens. Private companies such as Apple compromise themselves and their self-proclaimed values of freedom and privacy when they collaborate with the Chinese government and its censors.

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In December, 2017, at a conference in China, when asked about working with the Chinese authorities to censor the Apple App Store, Tim Cook proclaimed:

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