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美国国会骚乱:闯入者究竟是哪些人?​

4 小时前
抗议群众闯入美国国会大厦爆发激烈冲突引发广泛关注(Credit: Getty Images)

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抗议群众闯入美国国会大厦爆发激烈冲突引发广泛关注

美国国会大厦发生抗议群众闯入的暴力骚乱事件,许多人都在问究竟冲击国会大厦的都是哪些人?

许多闯入国会大厦的人都携带与某些特定团体有联系的标志或旗帜,事实上这些不同的团体的成员及其理念和主张可能彼此重复。

匿名者Q​

这张照片在社交媒体上受到广泛分享(Credit: Getty Images)

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这张照片在社交媒体上受到广泛分享

图像显示骚乱群众中有些人和一些极端和右翼团体或边缘支持组织或网络阴谋论者有联系,其中许多都在网络上非常活跃,也参加过支持特朗普的集会。

在社交媒体上获得迅速分享,令人深感疑惑的一张照片是头上戴着两根尖角和皮草帽子,脸上涂着颜料,手持美国国旗的一名男子。

这名男子其实是杰克·安吉利(Jake Angeli),被普遍认为是毫无根据的阴谋论团体“匿名者Q”(QAnon)的支持者,他自称为匿名者Q巫师。

他的社交媒体内容显示他参加多次匿名者Q的活动,在YouTube上发表许多阴谋论的影片。

“匿名者Q”:特朗普的一个阴谋论宗派

他还被拍到在去年11月在亚利桑那州凤凰城的一次活动上发表讲话,在没有证据的情况下指控总统大选存在舞弊行为。

他的脸书内容也充满各种各类极端思想和阴谋论的图像和讽刺内容。

骄傲男孩​

照片右方者是自称为资深骄傲男孩的欧克斯(Credit: Twitter)

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照片右方者是自称为资深骄傲男孩的欧克斯

另一个被看到冲击国会大厦的是极右派团体“骄傲男孩”(Proud Boys)的成员。

该组织创建于2016年,是一个反移民和全男性的团体。

在美国总统大选第一次辩论会上,特朗普回应一个关于白人至上主义和民兵团体的问题时表示,“骄傲男孩,请退后待命。”

其成员之一,尼克·欧克斯(Nick Ochs)分享一张在国会大厦内的自拍照,写着“从国会大厦向大家问好”,他还在闯入国会大厦后开现场直播。

欧克斯在信息交流软件Telegram上的介绍自称为“夏威夷来的资深骄傲男孩”。

网红​

Online personality known as Baked Alaska filmed inside the Capitol

图像来源,TWITTER
吉欧内特闯入国会大厦后在里面开直播

在网络上拥有大量粉丝和追踪人数的一些网红也被看到在冲击人群之中。

这些人当中包括了社交媒体人物提姆·吉欧内特(Tim Gionet),他在网络上化名为“Baked Alaska”。

他在国会大厦里面的现场直播当时有数千人观看,显示国会大厦内的情况,以及他和其他抗议者交谈的画面。

吉欧内特是特朗普的支持者,他被许多人认为是“白人民族主义者”,不过他自己对此否认。

去年10月,他在YouTube发表视频,显示他拒绝戴口罩,并与店员发生争吵,之后他的YouTube频道被关闭。

谁翘脚在议长佩洛西的桌上?​

A supporter of US President Donald Trump sits at a desk in Congress building

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理查德·巴内特翘脚在议长佩洛西的桌上

在网络上广泛流传的一张照片是一名闯入国会大厦的男子找到了民主党籍的议长佩洛西(Nancy Pelosi)的办公室,坐在佩洛西的位子上把脚翘在办公桌上的照片。

该名男子的真实身份是阿肯色州的理查德·巴内特(Richard Barnett)。

巴内特在离开国会大厦后对媒体表示,他取走了一张印有佩洛西名字的个人化信封,但他说自己并没有偷走信封,因为他在佩洛西桌上留了一枚25美分硬币。

美国媒体报道,巴内特已于周五被警方抓获。

旗帜和标志​

A protester carries the Confederate flag into the US Capitol building

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一名闯入国会大厦的抗议者手持美国联盟旗

冲击国会大厦的人群中也看得到联盟旗,该旗帜在美国内战期间代表支持蓄奴的南方各州,因此被认为带有种族主义色彩,许多人要求禁止该旗帜,但也有人认为该旗帜是美国南方各州历史的一部分。

美国军方去年宣布新政策,禁止任何会引起分歧分裂的象征,因此所有军方建筑不得悬挂联盟旗。

特朗普过去曾经为联盟旗做过辩护,他表示喜欢联盟旗不代表支持奴隶,而是言论自由。

 

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美国国会骚乱:闯入者究竟是哪些人?​

4 小时前
抗议群众闯入美国国会大厦爆发激烈冲突引发广泛关注(Credit: Getty Images)

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抗议群众闯入美国国会大厦爆发激烈冲突引发广泛关注

美国国会大厦发生抗议群众闯入的暴力骚乱事件,许多人都在问究竟冲击国会大厦的都是哪些人?

许多闯入国会大厦的人都携带与某些特定团体有联系的标志或旗帜,事实上这些不同的团体的成员及其理念和主张可能彼此重复。

匿名者Q​

这张照片在社交媒体上受到广泛分享(Credit: Getty Images)

图像来源,GETTY IMAGES
这张照片在社交媒体上受到广泛分享

图像显示骚乱群众中有些人和一些极端和右翼团体或边缘支持组织或网络阴谋论者有联系,其中许多都在网络上非常活跃,也参加过支持特朗普的集会。

在社交媒体上获得迅速分享,令人深感疑惑的一张照片是头上戴着两根尖角和皮草帽子,脸上涂着颜料,手持美国国旗的一名男子。

这名男子其实是杰克·安吉利(Jake Angeli),被普遍认为是毫无根据的阴谋论团体“匿名者Q”(QAnon)的支持者,他自称为匿名者Q巫师。

他的社交媒体内容显示他参加多次匿名者Q的活动,在YouTube上发表许多阴谋论的影片。

“匿名者Q”:特朗普的一个阴谋论宗派

他还被拍到在去年11月在亚利桑那州凤凰城的一次活动上发表讲话,在没有证据的情况下指控总统大选存在舞弊行为。

他的脸书内容也充满各种各类极端思想和阴谋论的图像和讽刺内容。

骄傲男孩​

照片右方者是自称为资深骄傲男孩的欧克斯(Credit: Twitter)

图像来源,TWITTER
照片右方者是自称为资深骄傲男孩的欧克斯

另一个被看到冲击国会大厦的是极右派团体“骄傲男孩”(Proud Boys)的成员。

该组织创建于2016年,是一个反移民和全男性的团体。

在美国总统大选第一次辩论会上,特朗普回应一个关于白人至上主义和民兵团体的问题时表示,“骄傲男孩,请退后待命。”

其成员之一,尼克·欧克斯(Nick Ochs)分享一张在国会大厦内的自拍照,写着“从国会大厦向大家问好”,他还在闯入国会大厦后开现场直播。

欧克斯在信息交流软件Telegram上的介绍自称为“夏威夷来的资深骄傲男孩”。

网红​

Online personality known as Baked Alaska filmed inside the Capitol

图像来源,TWITTER
吉欧内特闯入国会大厦后在里面开直播

在网络上拥有大量粉丝和追踪人数的一些网红也被看到在冲击人群之中。

这些人当中包括了社交媒体人物提姆·吉欧内特(Tim Gionet),他在网络上化名为“Baked Alaska”。

他在国会大厦里面的现场直播当时有数千人观看,显示国会大厦内的情况,以及他和其他抗议者交谈的画面。

吉欧内特是特朗普的支持者,他被许多人认为是“白人民族主义者”,不过他自己对此否认。

去年10月,他在YouTube发表视频,显示他拒绝戴口罩,并与店员发生争吵,之后他的YouTube频道被关闭。

谁翘脚在议长佩洛西的桌上?​

A supporter of US President Donald Trump sits at a desk in Congress building

图像来源,EPA
理查德·巴内特翘脚在议长佩洛西的桌上

在网络上广泛流传的一张照片是一名闯入国会大厦的男子找到了民主党籍的议长佩洛西(Nancy Pelosi)的办公室,坐在佩洛西的位子上把脚翘在办公桌上的照片。

该名男子的真实身份是阿肯色州的理查德·巴内特(Richard Barnett)。

巴内特在离开国会大厦后对媒体表示,他取走了一张印有佩洛西名字的个人化信封,但他说自己并没有偷走信封,因为他在佩洛西桌上留了一枚25美分硬币。

美国媒体报道,巴内特已于周五被警方抓获。

旗帜和标志​

A protester carries the Confederate flag into the US Capitol building

图像来源,EPA
一名闯入国会大厦的抗议者手持美国联盟旗

冲击国会大厦的人群中也看得到联盟旗,该旗帜在美国内战期间代表支持蓄奴的南方各州,因此被认为带有种族主义色彩,许多人要求禁止该旗帜,但也有人认为该旗帜是美国南方各州历史的一部分。

美国军方去年宣布新政策,禁止任何会引起分歧分裂的象征,因此所有军方建筑不得悬挂联盟旗。

特朗普过去曾经为联盟旗做过辩护,他表示喜欢联盟旗不代表支持奴隶,而是言论自由。

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Decoding the extremist symbols and groups at the Capitol Hill insurrection​

Story by Mallory Simon and Sara Sidner, CNN
Photo Illustrations by Priya Krishnakumar, CNN

Updated 5:14 AM ET, Sat January 9, 2021

How the US Capitol riot unfolded, minute by minute 04:14
This story contains images and descriptions of extremist groups and their beliefs.
(CNN)Flags, signs and symbols of racist, white supremacist and extremist groups were displayed along with Trump 2020 banners and American flags at Wednesday's riot at the US Capitol.
The pictures tell part of the story of the beliefs of some of those who chose to show up on that day -- from passionate and peaceful Trump supporters to extremists who showed their hate with their symbols as well as their actions.
The mixing of the groups is one issue that experts who track extremism and hate have long been concerned about.
The certification of the election results proved to be exactly the type of event that brought together various groups and could have led to radical ideas being shared, they say. The initial event, which was heavily promoted and encouraged by President Trump, gave all of these groups something to rally around.
"This was an event designed to oppose the results of a free and fair democratic election and the transition of power that would naturally follow," Mark Pitcavage, a historian and expert in extremism with the Anti-Defamation League said.
CNN spoke with him to identify the symbols and understand the chilling messages of tyranny, white supremacy, anarchy, racism, anti-Semitism and hatred they portray.

Noose and gallows​

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While a noose on its own is often used as a form of racial intimidation, Pitcavage says he believes in this context the gallows were to suggest punishment for committing treason. "It is suggesting that representatives and senators who vote to certify the election results, and possibly Vice President Pence, are committing treason and should be tried and hanged," he explains.
That treason rhetoric was seen on right-wing message boards in days leading up to the event.

Three Percenters flag​

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The Three Percenters (also known as III%ers, 3%ers or Threepers) are part of the militia movement in the United States and are anti-government extremists, according to the ADL.
Like others in the militia movement, Three Percenters view themselves as defending the American people against government tyranny.
"Because many adherents to the militia movement strongly support President Trump, in recent years, Three Percenters have not been as active in opposing the federal government, directing their ire at other perceived foes, including leftists/antifa, Muslims and immigrants," according to the ADL.
The group's name comes from an inaccurate claim that only three percent of the people in the colonies armed themselves and fought against the British during the Revolutionary War.
The flag seen above is their logo on the traditional Betsy Ross flag. Pitcavage says right-wing groups (mainstream or extreme), which think of themselves as patriotic, sometimes co-opt America's first flag.
"Release the Kraken" flag
The flag references former Trump lawyer Sidney Powell's comments that she was going to "release the Kraken." Powell falsely said she had evidence that would destroy the idea that Joe Biden won the presidency.
The "Kraken," a mammoth sea creature from Scandavian folklore, has turned into a meme in circles that believe the election was stolen. The Kraken, they say, is a cache of evidence that there was widespread fraud. On social media, QAnon conspiracy and fringe sites #ReleaseTheKraken has been widely shared along with false theories of fraud.

The Proud Boys and the OK sign​

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The far right has co-opted the OK sign as a trolling gesture and, for some, as a symbol of white power. The ADL added that symbol to its long-standing database of slogans and symbols used by extremists.
"They are wearing orange caps to identify each other; in past rallies they wore identifying shirts and other gear, but they ditched that for this event after their leader was recently arrested," Pitcavage explained.
The Proud Boys has been supportive of President Trump and present at "Stop The Steal" rallies in Washington, DC. The Proud Boys' leader, Henry Tarrio, who goes by Enrique Tarrio, was released from police custody Tuesday on charges related to allegedly burning a Black Lives Matter banner taken from a Black church last month during protests in the city after a "Stop the Steal" rally last month. He was ordered by a local judge to stay out of DC as he awaits trial, including during this week's protests.

"Kekistan" flags​

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The green, white and black flag was created by some members of the 4chan online community to represent a made-up joke country named for "Kek," a fictional god they also created. It has long been present at right-wing and far-right rallies.
"The Kekistan flag is controversial because its design was partially derived from a Nazi-era flag; this was apparently done on purpose as a joke," Pitcavage explained. "Younger right-wingers coming from the 4chan subculture (both mainstream right and extreme right) often like to display the Kekistan flag at rallies and events."

Altered historic flags​

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Altered Confederate and Gadsden flags were seen throughout the crowds at the Capitol. One Confederate battle flag variation included an image of assault rifle and the slogan "Come and take it" to convey an anti-gun control message. The phrase "come and take it" paraphrases the "come and take them" retort uttered by Spartan King Leonidas at the Battle of Thermopylae when the Persian King Xerxes told him and his people to lay down their spears in return for their lives, Pitcavage said.
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The Gadsden flag, which is known to many as the "Don't Tread on Me" flag, is a traditional and historical patriotic flag dating to the American Revolution. The flag and symbol are also popular among Libertarians. But it also has been co-opted by right wing groups. Pitcavage explains that while some fly it as a symbol for patriotism, others use it as a "symbol of resistance to perceived tyranny."

Oath Keepers​

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A man is seen wearing an Oath Keepers hat inside the Capitol after it was breached. The Oath Keepers is a pro-Trump, far-right, anti-government group that considers itself part of the militia movement charged to protect the country and defend the constitution. The group tries to recruit members from among active or retired military, first responders, or police.
Their leader has spouted vast conspiracy theories on his blog, accused Democrats of stealing the election, previously threatened violence if it was necessary on Election Day during an interview with far-right conspiracist Alex Jones and said his group would be armed to protect the White House if necessary, according to the ADL.

The Confederate flag​

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During the United States' long Civil War, no Confederate battle flag came within the shadow of the US Capitol, but on Wednesday, an insurrectionist carried one right through its halls.
Photographers captured a man carrying it past the portraits of abolitionist Charles Sumner and slaveholder John Calhoun.
The flag was always a symbol of support for slavery. After World War II, it became a prominent symbol of Jim Crow and segregation, Pitcavage says not surprisingly, it is a popular symbol among white supremacists -- even outside the United States.

America First flag​

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A rioter cloaks himself in an America First flag with the logo of the podcast by far-right commentator Nick Fuentes. Fuentes attended the event at the Capitol, but was photographed remaining outside the Capitol building.
"America First" was also a slogan President Trump used in describing his foreign policy. Its adoption was criticized by the ADL, which said it had an anti-Semitic use seeking to keep the US out of World War II.
The ADL says Fuentes is part of the "groyper army," which the ADL calls a white supremacist group.
"While the group and leadership's views align with those held by the white supremacist alt right, groypers attempt to normalize their ideology by aligning themselves with 'Christianity' and 'traditional' values ostensibly championed by the church, including marriage and family," the ADL explains. "Like the alt right and other white supremacists, groypers believe they are working to defend against demographic and cultural changes that are destroying the 'true America' -- a white, Christian nation."

"Camp Auschwitz"​

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A rioter inside the Capitol wore a "Camp Auschwitz" sweatshirt. The bottom of the shirt reads "Work brings freedom," which is the rough translation of the words "Arbeit macht frei" on the gates of the Nazi concentration camp. Auschwitz was the largest and most infamous Nazi concentration camp, where about 1.1 million people were killed during World War II.
Pitcavage says he believes the shirt came from the now-defunct website Aryanwear. The design, which has been around for about 10 years according to Pitcavage, has been popping up on differing websites in recent weeks, though it is often taken down when a complaint is made.

Nationalist Social Club stickers​

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A social media image shows Nationalist Social Club stickers on what appears to be US Capitol Police equipment It's unclear when the photo was taken, but it was posted Wednesday in a Telegram chat the group uses, which includes a Nazi symbol as part of their name.
NSC, apparently a word play on the National Socialists or Nazi party, is a neo-Nazi group that has regional chapters in both the United States and across the globe, according to the ADL. It is unclear if the sticker on the right refers to a New England chapter, or because the group originally called itself the New England Nationalists Club.
"NSC members see themselves as soldiers at war with a hostile, Jewish-controlled system that is deliberately plotting the extinction of the white race," according to the ADL. "Their goal is to form an underground network of white men who are willing to fight against their perceived enemies through localized direct actions."

MAGA Civil War January 6, 2021 shirts​

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There are still many questions about how exactly the attack on the Capitol happened and who led the charge. But the calls for overthrowing the government and for a civil or race war have long been rallying cries in far-right circles.
The shirts worn by these men on the Capitol grounds on Wednesday show there was at least an intention to commemorate the day. They wore pre-printed shirts, referencing Trump's signature Make America Great Again slogan, alongside the words Civil war and the date of the event that turned into insurrection.
Many commenters in far-right forums have written since the attack, that this is just the beginning of that civil war that many of them have long desired.

 

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愚昧的人很多,川普说啥信啥。随便一煽动,啥事都干得出来。
 

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看到文学城也有人说:
轮轮和湾湾应该为川总失败负责,他们凭空编造,误导了川总决策。
 

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轮媒目前尚不在参议院司法委员会要听证调查的极右翼组织之列,或许轮轮可以继续努力?
NED 资助轮子的证据 (如轮子组织的税表) 可以找到十年前的,2016年以后的证据如果还能找到那就实锤 “养蛊自患”
三立、民视、自由时报是难以追究的。虽然世人尽知,湾湾从美国采购武器的单价高得离谱,除非找到湾湾直接输送资金给某个政客的证据,
否则包括在买军火的钱里面、军火商再献金似乎难以找个正经名义追究,国防部自查出类似 “拉法叶案” 的可能性不大。
什么时候看到 号称共和党香港分舵扛把子的 Mark Simon 现身,追究他的上线是谁仍有意义。
 
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lindamy

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fake news,这些人都是blm,antifa的
真服了那帮人,自己造谣,传谣,然后坚信不疑,拿着各种谣言当真理用,到处去质疑。

就算有人挖坑,也没人拉着他们往里跳,更没人推他们入套,头长在自己肩上,脚长在自己腿上,好意思到处喊别人陷害了他们?
 

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总体来说,还是挺文明的

无组织的群众运动能表现这样文明,算很不错了,最多就是破门而已

比台湾太阳花攻入立法院,还有香港攻击立法会都要文明多了

只要不开枪,就不会激发矛盾
 
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