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中国反邪教协会强烈谴责“法轮功”攻击我国鑫诺卫星新罪行的声明(中英对照)

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  境外“法轮功”邪教组织利用非法电视信号干扰和破坏我广播电视节目正常播出和鑫诺卫星正常使用是严重违法活动。这是“法轮功”邪教组织粗暴践踏有关国际公约和民用通信基本准则,危及公共安全,侵犯公众权益所犯下的又一新罪行。它再次暴露了“法轮功”邪教组织反人类、反科学、反社会的邪教本质。对此中国反邪教协会表示极大的愤慨和强烈谴责。
   

  这一严重事件是“法轮功”邪教组织一系列违法犯罪活动的又一升级,不仅给中国的和平与发展造成极大的破坏,也给世界和平带来严重危害。我们呼吁国际社会对这种卑劣行径予以谴责,共同采取措施来制止这种罪恶行径。
   

  中国反邪教协会成立以来一直致力于与“法轮功”邪教组织进行坚决、不懈的斗争。境外“法轮功”邪教组织利用非法电视信号干扰和破坏我广播电视节目正常播出和鑫诺卫星正常使用的严重违法活动,再一次表明,反邪教斗争的长期性、复杂性、尖锐性。我们坚决拥护政府依法处理和解决“法轮功”邪教问题的方针政策,团结和联络社会各界人士,为维护社会稳定和人民生命财产安全,坚决与“法轮功”邪教组织斗争到底。
   

  各地干部群众愤怒谴责李洪志及其"法轮功"新恶行
   

  由李洪志操纵和指挥境外“法轮功”邪教组织实施的以非法信号攻击我国鑫诺卫星,致使中央和部分省级电视台节目受到严重干扰,各界群众对此极大愤慨,纷纷谴责李洪志及其“法轮功”的罪恶行径。大家一致认为,事实充分表明,“法轮功”邪教组织,已成为人类社会的公敌,对公众安全和利益造成极大的威胁,对世界信息安全和人类的文明进步构成极大的危害。
   

  “法轮功”恶意攻击鑫诺卫星,恣意践踏国际电信规则,是对现代文明的公然挑战,是对世界秩序和人类公共道德的挑战,必将遭到国际社会的谴责。中国通信学会常务理事陈如明说,如果任其为所欲为,将是全世界通讯卫星界的一场灾难,更是人类现代文明的一场灾难。按照国际电信规则,所有卫星转发器的上行频率和技术参数都是公开的、透明的。无线电通讯飞速发展,有赖于国际社会的自律和各国政府及组织的共同维护。
   

  北京邮电大学教授张楚比喻说,现代通讯对于人类社会来说,就好像人的中枢神经对于人的肢体与生命一样至关重要,一刻也不能中断。譬如,灾害预报、海陆空导航、远程医疗等工作,时刻离不开卫星通讯。任何非法干扰、中断,都可能造成不堪设想的巨大损失和灾难。境外“法轮功”对我国通讯的非法攻击是严重违反国际公约的行为,是新形势下运用高科技手段实施的犯罪行为,这是现代法制社会所不能容忍的。
   

  “法轮功”肆意扰乱国际卫星通讯秩序,侵犯公众利益,严重危及公众生命安全。鑫诺卫星有限责任公司总工程师闵长宁说,鑫诺卫星承担着中国联通等公司电信信号的传输业务,有数百万用户。一旦信号中断,将对用户接收重要讯息造成严重影响。更为严重的是,鑫诺卫星还承担着中国石油信息的数据传输任务。在沙漠深处,石油工作者依靠卫星信号时刻保持着与后方基地的联系,卫星通信遭受攻击,一旦遇到沙尘暴等突发情况,石油工作者的生命安全将受到严重威胁,后果不堪设想。
   

  中央气象台高级工程师杨贵名说,准确有效的卫星监测和传输对气象预报工作极其重要。当前,我国部分地区正处于台风、暴雨频发时期,一旦卫星信号被干扰,很容易造成气象信号传输中断,无法完整收集气象资料,做不出准确的天气预报,容易给当地造成重大生命财产损失。
   

  今年受异常气候影响,一些地区防汛形势异常严峻,而防汛一天也离不开天气预报。在长江监利以下江段1000多公里大堤上,1万多名干部群众昼夜巡堤查险。坚守在长江螺山段的群众气愤地说,受“法轮功”非法信号影响,这一段时间电视广播信号经常不稳定,天气预报有时收听不到或听不清楚。“法轮功”真是祸国殃民。
   

  江西于都县的梁飞说,6月下旬,位于赣江上游的于都县遭受了严重洪涝灾害,县城受外洪内涝影响,积水严重,最深处达2.6米,33万群众受灾。“水情就是命令,没有顺畅的信息通讯等于是聋子、瞎子。汛情当前,人民群众生命财产面临威胁,‘法轮功’却在这个时候攻击卫星,这无异于在背后捅刀子,这样的行径太卑鄙了!”
   

  “法轮功”邪教组织攻击鑫诺卫星,对“村村通”工程正常运行构成极大影响。6月23日晚上7点多,内蒙古自治区赤峰、鄂尔多斯、通辽、包头等市区正在收看中央电视台节目的“村村通”用户,突然发现节目中断,荧屏上竟出现了“法轮功”邪教画面,广大群众无不感到震惊和愤怒:“我们不相信李洪志的歪理邪说,看看他们害死了多少无辜的生命,这伙邪恶分子实在太猖狂了,一定要严厉打击他们的嚣张气焰,决不手软。”
   

  负责西安市“村村通”业务的西安市广电局干部荆毅说,“法轮功”邪教组织攻击鑫诺卫星,侵害了公众利益,严重干扰了群众正常收视,也给我们的工作造成了影响,节目播出、卫星接收都要重新调制。
   

  这一事件使人们更加认清了“法轮功”邪教的丑恶本质。家住成都市东郊的王青女士,其母亲曾痴迷“法轮功”3年之久,家人做了大量劝说工作,帮助老人摆脱了邪教的精神控制。王青提起“法轮功”就义愤填膺。她说,“法轮功”害得多少家庭妻离子散,家破人亡。我们一定要认清邪教的丑恶本质,时刻提高警惕,防止其反动阴谋得逞。
   

  中央企业工委9日举行座谈会,愤怒声讨“法轮功”邪教的新罪行。与会人员表示,一定要充分认识同“法轮功”邪教组织斗争的长期性、复杂性和尖锐性,按照中央的部署,切实维护企业的稳定,以企业改革发展的优异成绩迎接党的十六大召开。

Chinese satellite TV hijacked by Falun Gong cult

Television signals illegally broadcast by the Falun Gong cult cut into transmissions using the Sino Satellite (SINOSAT) from June 23 to 30, blocking the World Cup finals for viewers in some rural and remote areas in China.

The Radio Administration of the Ministry of Information Industry said Monday that the hijacking of nine China Central Television Station (CCTV) channels and 10 provincial TV channels was committed by the overseas cult organization of Falun Gong, manipulated by its ringleader Li Hongzhi.

The hijack severely interfered with the normal broadcast of China's TV programs and operations of China's satellite, which violated the basic rules of civil telecommunications and international conventions, jeopardized China's national security and violated the rights and interests of the public.

The hijack mainly affected television users in rural and remote areas covered by the government scheme of "TV signals to every village." They were viewing celebrations for the fifth anniversary of Hong Kong's return to China, the World Cup finals and other major domestic and international news when the illegal signals occurred.

At 19:00:07 on June 23, some TV screens in the satellite monitoring center of the China Radio, Film, Television Satellite Company were suddenly blackened. Engineers on duty immediately called the Yungang Earth Station of the Aerospace Science and Technology Group Company responsible for the transmission of the signals for the government's "TV signals to every village" program.

"I have been working here for many years and have never come across buzz signals like this," said Sui Xiangdong, engineer on duty at the Yungang Station. He detected that the nine CCTV channels transmitted through the SINOSAT were hijacked by unidentified signals of a similar frequency spectrum to the CCTV programs.

The Yungang Station adjusted the carrier power to see what had happened, and the TV screens flashed with images of Falun Gong propaganda material.

In the meantime, the TV monitoring center of the State Administration of Radio, Film and Television also recorded the illegal signals: at 19:08:40, Falun Gong propaganda material appeared on the screen; and at 10:09:26, the word "Falun Gong" in Chinese flashed again on the screen and frames of cult activities also appeared.

"The picture flickered, but I could tell from the footage and content that they were from the Falun Gong cult," said engineer Zhen Yaqing, who was on duty at the time.

According to statistics, from June 23 to 30, Falun Gong organizations outside China attacked SINOSAT 2A and SINOSAT 3A translators one by one, 10 provincial TV channels of Sichuan, Guizhou, Yunnan and others under the government program of "TV signals to every village" were also seriously affected.

"TV signal hijack for such a long time and on such a large scale is rare anywhere in the world," said Du Baichuan, vice president of the China Satellite Users Society.

Human society has entered the age of information, and satellit ecommunications are an important medium for the exchange of information in the international community, he said.

According to international rules of telecommunications, the frequencies and technical parameters of satellite translators are public and transparent, and the normal operation of international telecommunications services rely on the self-discipline of all users and their joint efforts, he added.

"The Falun Gong cult outside China stole the frequency and technical parameters used by Chinese radio and television program sand used the same frequency to interrupt those programs. This illegal act is the same as having other people's keys made to break into their houses," said Du Baichuan.

"Falun Gong's act is an overt challenge to modern civilized society and is a flagrant subversion of social order and public morality, and should be condemned unanimously by the international community," he said.

Professor He Qizhi, director of the International Institute of Space Law, said, "Falun Gong's deeds severely trampled on international conventions and the basic norms of civil telecommunications."

According to the Charter of the United Nations, relevant international conventions and radio regulations made by the International Telecommunications Union, deliberate damaging and interruption of satellite broadcasting is illegal and should be punished in accordance with the law, he said.

Overseas Falun Gong cult organizations used technical methods to harm the public interests and bring serious consequences to society, said Cheng Guangren, general manager of the Sino Satellite Telecommunications Company. This act would bring heavy economic losses to the satellite firms and users, and caused serious disorder to the operation of satellite telecommunications services.

SINOSAT also carries signals for weather forecasting and telecommunications services. Cheng said that if those signals were sabotaged, it would, beyond doubt, endanger lives and economic safety and would disrupt the normal operation of China's national economy.

Sun Yulong, a farmer from Jingtai County in northwest China's Gansu Province, said he and his fellow villagers watched CCTV channel 7 daily and benefited a great deal from the scientific farming methods introduced by the channel.

"What Falun Kong fears is science, so it prevents us from watching TV," said Sun. "We hate the cult really."

Shi Fusheng, a resident in Tiaoshan Town and a footfall fan, said he had waited for four years to watch the World Cup, but couldn't see the final match because of Falun Gong's interruption.

"Falun Gong interrupted our lives," he said, "It's disgusting."

To the people who are suffering from flooding, the interruption of TV programs -- especially weather forecasts -- is no less than life-threatening, said Liu Yalong, a grass-roots local official at Huayin City in Shaanxi Province.

Liu said weather forecasts were a matter of great consequence, but Falun Kong had no regard for people's safety and blocked the program, bringing great harm to the people's lives and properties.

Chinese government departments have taken effective measures to guard against Falun Gong's illegal signals. China's radio and TV programs have returned to normal and all information transmission systems remain secured.

SINOSAT was launched in 1998 and serves dozens of clients including those of prime importance to the lives of Chinese people, including the State Administration of Radio, Film and Television, the Chinese Offshore Petrol Corporation, the National Meteorological Bureau, and China Unicom.

Falun Gong Stirs Up Public Indignation

Angered by its attack on China's telecommunications satellite Sinosat, people across China have again expressed their strong indignation against the Falun Gong cult.

"The attack constitutes a serious violation of international telecommunications regulations, world order and public morality," said Chen Ruming, a researcher with the China Institute of Telecommunications.

"If such behavior is not checked, it could cause a catastrophe to global telecommunications satellites, and civilization," he added.

Between June 23 and 30, the cult illegally launched radio signals to jam the transmission of China's Sinosat satellite. As a result, nine channels of China's Central Television Station and 10 provincial television stations were seriously affected.

Yang Guiming, senior engineer with the Chinese Central Meteorological Station, said that jamming the satellite transmission posed a threat to the gathering of weather data.

"This is very dangerous in the current flood season", he said.

"While we were going all out to fight floods, the Falun Gong cult attacked our satellite. They are very mean," said Liang Fei, who lives in the recently flooded Yudu County of Jiangxi.

Television viewers were angry over the interruption to TV programs. "Look how many lives they've destroyed. And they are still so unscrupulous. We must deal them a heavy blow," said a television viewer in Baotou, the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.

"Modern communications must not stop for a minute because they are as important to society as vital nerves are to a person's life. By interfering with communications facilities, the Falun Gong cult is committing crimes," said Zhang Chu, a professor at the Beijing Post and Telecommunications University.

"Such acts cannot be tolerated in a modern law-abiding society," he said.

(Xinhua, July 8, 2002)

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