被真理唤醒的心(153)

Souls Awakened
唐乙文 Yiwen Tang

我喜欢在校园宁静的湖边打坐/I liked practicing by the tranquil lake inside the college./被真理唤醒的心 Souls awakened

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直到晚上七点,610才允许我母亲和表姐进入洗脑集中营的牢房。我虚弱的躺在床上,对着她们坚强的微笑,希望她们不要感到太难过。

母亲紧锁的眉头顿时舒展了一些,对我说:“你真是铁打的!”她告诉我,父亲因为脚上长了个疮没能来广州,她和父亲已经要求610先带我到医院检查身体。

“我们回家吧,不用他们带我去医院。”

“你绝食了这么长时间,要先去医院。如果你身体有什么事,他们要负责!”母亲坚持道。

这时,那个省610的处长走进牢房对我们说,洗脑集中营的一个什么官、一个医生、和女看守队长将陪同我们去医院。

我挽著表姐的胳膊慢慢走出牢房。

两辆车已停在三层楼房前。

见集中营里的俩个女看守提着桶、衣架、和洗漱用具钻进其中一辆车,我马上警觉的问那610处长:“她们是不是要跟我去医院?”

“不是。”

“你敢保证她们不是?”

“不是不是!”

“是在医院一检查完身体就让我回家吗?”

“是是,你放心好了。”

集中营的车载着我们来到广州军区总医院后,医生安排我们进了二楼一间小房间。

我猛然看见那俩个女看守一人搬个凳子、坐在房间门口守着!跟在洗脑集中营里一模一样!

我愤然向门外走去。

那俩个女看守紧紧拽住我的胳膊说:“你不许离开这间房!”

“你们走!不要在这里守着我!我不是犯人!”

“我们不走!”

“你们不走我走!”我抬脚就向医院门口走去。

那女看守队长赶紧过来拽住我说:“好好好,我让她们走。”

她把那俩个女看守撤到了一楼大厅里。她自己在离房间门口一段距离的地方来回踱步。

母亲陪我回到小房间里坐下,责备我说:“你身体这么虚弱,不要激动!”

我们母女和表姐在房间里等了很久,才有一个医生进来对我说:“不早了,你休息吧。”

“你们不是给我检查身体吗?!”

“你们领导让你先在这里住几天,吃点东西,养养身体。”

被欺骗的愤怒涌上我的心。我担心的事成为了现实——他们把我软禁在了医院里。

一旦我在医院吃了东西、身体有所恢复,他们随时可以把我再关进洗脑集中营。

那省610的处长先前曾到集中营来对我说,他们可以带我到他们管的一家酒店住一段时间,只要我答应吃东西。

我当时就拒绝了。我知道他们就想让我吃东西活着,然后再从肉体到精神慢慢折磨我,摧毁我的意志,逼迫我放弃大法。

我马上走出小房间,在楼梯口上坐着。女看守队长赶紧过来拽住我的手。“放开我!”我厉声说道。

几个走过的病人停下来看。

她马上放开手说:“唐乙文,没想到你还挺厉害的!”

其实,那时候我已经饿的前后肚皮贴在一起,整个胃空的像一个大洞,脑子感到严重缺氧和供血不足,随时都可能晕倒。我在用尽所有的意志力支撑著。

母亲和表姐走到我旁边陪着我。母亲一个劲儿叫我少说话,免的伤了身子。

为了不让母亲太担忧,我决定静静坐着。我叫表姐问问表姐夫能不能来一下医院。

表姐夫匆匆赶到医院后,我将我的想法告诉了他。他马上去和守在医院的那个集中营的什么官交涉,“唐乙文要求马上回家。”

那人说他做不了主,要打电话请示。结果那集中营的政委来了。但他也说他做不了主,要打电话请示那省610的处长。

与此同时我也叫母亲用表姐夫的手机打电话给那处长,严厉质问他为什么欺骗我们。

母亲对他说:“我有高血压,现在已经十点了我还没吃晚饭,也没有药吃。我女儿身体也越来越虚弱,她说不回到家决不吃东西。如果我们在这里出什么事,你要负责!”

他说他要请示上级,叫我们等。

等到晚上十二点多时,那集中营政委对我们说,他接到了指示可以马上放我,但必须先做完身体检查、写个交接手续。

医生给我做完了检查后,叫我过几天来拿结果。

接着那政委写了一份东西,叫我母亲在上面签字,说这是交接手续。那份东西上写着:唐乙文在广州法制学校绝食。从法制学校出去后,如果唐乙文身体有什么事,法制学校不负责任。

第一句话,我毫不退让的要求改成:唐乙文被绑架进广州法制学校后绝食抗议。

双方僵持了一些时间后,那政委同意了。

但第二句话他不肯改。双方又陷入了僵持。

那时已是夜里两点了,我看到母亲、表姐夫妇已经很疲惫了。于是我决定让母亲在那份东西上签字,但是必须给我们一份。

由于找不到复印的地方,那政委答应我母亲和表姐夫:第二天他复印一份,签好字后,我表姐夫可以去洗脑集中营拿。

然后,我们拦了一部出租车回舅舅家。那时已经将近夜里三点了。

第二天,我表姐夫给那政委打电话,准备过去拿那份东西时,他却反悔说这份东西不能给我们。

母亲在电话里问他:为什么欺骗我们?

他说:我们和上级商量了,不能给你们这份东西。

母亲和表姐夫非常愤怒。我对他们说,中共的欺骗行径这几年我见识的太多了,我们不用太难过,接受教训就行了。

我相信他们欺骗不了上天。(待续)

(英文对照)

610 didn’t let my mother and cousin come into the gulag cell until 7:00 p.m. Lying on the bunk weak, I gave them a tough smile in hope that they wouldn’t feel too sad.

Mother’s knitted brows instantly smoothened a little, “You are really as tough as iron!” Mother told me Father had a sore in his foot, so he hadn’t come to Guangzhou, and that they had demanded 610 to take me to the hospital to do a check-up first.

“Mom, Let’s just go home. I don’t need them to take me to the hospital.”

“You have been on hunger strike for such a long while, so we have got to go to the hospital first. If there is anything wrong with your body, they’re going to have to take the responsibility!” Mother insisted.

At this moment, a high-ranking 610 came in and told us that an official, a doctor, and a female captain of the gulag were going to the hospital with us.

Arm in arm with Cousin, I walked out of the cell slowly.

Two cars were already parked in front of the three-story building.

Seeing two female guards getting in one of the cars with pails, hangers and toiletries, I questioned the 610 alertly, “Are they going to the hospital with me?”

“No, they aren’t.”

“Dare you guarantee that they aren’t?”

“They aren’t, they aren’t.”

“I’ll go home upon the check-up, right?”

“Yes, yes. No worries.”

When we got to the Guangzhou Military Hospital, the doctors there told us to wait in a tiny room on the second floor.

Suddenly I saw the two female guards each sitting on a stool on guard in the doorway of the room! Exactly like in the gulag!

I instantly walked out the room with indignation.

The two female guards hastened to clutch my arms, “You are not allowed to leave this room!”

“Leave! Stop watching me here! I’m not a convict!”

“We won’t leave!”

“You won’t leave then I leave!” I thereupon moved my legs towards the hospital entrance.

The female captain hurriedly came up and stopped me, “Okayokay, I’ll let them leave.”

She withdrew the two female guards to the first floor lobby, and she herself paced back and forth at a distance from the doorway of the room.

Upon accompanying me back to the room, Mother blamed me, “Your body is so weak. Don’t get so agitated!”

When Mother, Cousin and I had waited in the room for a long while, a doctor came in and said to me, “It’s already late. You should go to bed now.”

“Aren’t you giving me a check-up?!”

“Your superiors have arranged for you to stay here for a couple of days first, eat and recover.”

The indignation of being deceived surged through me. My worry had come true – they had held me in the hospital.

Once I started eating in the hospital and recovered a bit, they could put me back in the gulag at any minute.

Earlier, the high-ranking 610 once came to the gulag and told me that, they could have me stay in their hotel for some time as long as I consented to eat.

I rejected outright. I knew they wanted me eating and staying alive, thereby they could take time to torture me physically and psychologically, destroy my will and force me into renouncing Dafa.

I immediately walked out the room and sat down on the landing of the stairs. The female captain hurriedly came up and clutched my arm. “Leave me alone!” I said sternly.

A few passing-by patients stopped and watched.

She instantly let go of my arm, “Yiwen Tang, I didn’t expect you to be so formidable!”

In fact, I had become so starved by then my stomach felt like an empty, big hole, and my brain felt a severe want of oxygen and blood supplying. I could fall in a dead faint at any second. I was holding on with all my willpower.

Mother and Cousin went up and sat down beside me. Mother anxiously asked me not to talk much lest it harm my body.

In order not to make Mother too worried, I decided to sit quietly. I asked Cousin if she could ask her husband to come to the hospital.

As soon as Cousin’s husband, Yaotian, got to the hospital in a hurry, I told him what I was thinking. He immediately went to speak to the gulag official, who was watching me in the hospital, “Yiwen Yang demanded to go home immediately.”

The official said he couldn’t make the decision and had to call his superior for instructions. A while later the gulag chief came, who said he couldn’t make the decision either and had to call the high-ranking 610 for instructions.

Meanwhile I asked Mother to call the 610 as well by Yaotian’s cell phone, sternly questioning him why he had deceived us.

Mother said to him on the phone, “I have high blood pressure. It’s already ten o’clock now, I haven’t had dinner yet and don’t have the medicine on me. My daughter is becoming weaker and weaker too. She says she won’t eat until she goes home. If anything happens to us in here, you’ll have to take the responsibility as well!”

He told us to wait, saying he had to call his superior for instructions.

When we had waited till past midnight, the gulag chief told us that, he just received the instruction of letting me go after the check-up was done and the hand-over paper was written.

The doctors quickly finished the check-up and told me to come get the result a couple of days later.

Then the gulag chief asked Mother to sign a paper he just wrote, saying it was the “hand-over paper”. On that stuff was written: Yiwen Tang went on hunger strike in the Guangzhou Law School; it had nothing to do with the law school if anything happened to her body after she was released from the law school.

I resolutely insisted on changing the first sentence into: Yiwen Tang went on hunger strike in protest after she was kidnapped to the Guangzhou Law School.

After a while of deadlock, the gulag chief gave in.

But he wouldn’t change the second sentence. The two parties were in deadlock again.

It was already 2:00a.m. next day. I saw Mother and Cousin couple had become exhausted. So I decided to let Mother sign the paper and ask for a copy of it.

As there was no place for copying at such deep night, the gulag chief promised Mother he would copy the paper and sign it, and that we could go to the gulag to get it the next day.

Nearly 3:00a.m., we got to my uncle’s home in a taxi.

The following day, when Yaotian called the gulag chief before he went over to get the copy, the chief broke his promise and said he couldn’t give it to us.

Mother questioned him on the phone: Why deceived us?!

He said: I had discussed with my superiors. We couldn’t give it to you.

Mother and Yaotian were filled with indignation. I said to them: I had experienced numerous of the CCP’s deceitful tricks over the past several years, we didn’t need be too sad, for we had learned lessons from it.

I didn’t believe they could deceive Heaven.
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  • 昏迷中,我感觉到自己的神志开始离开这个世界……身体仿佛在往一个深邃无底的的黑洞里下沉……下沉……下沉……。突然,在我脑子里清晰响起:“大觉不畏苦,意志金刚铸。”(大法师父著作《洪吟二》“正念正行”)
  • 她们一边猛插针头一边大骂我:“你这样将来生不了小孩!胃和内脏都大损伤,一辈子你都好不了!你想用绝食逼我们放你?根本不可能!你就是死在这里也不会放你的!”
  • 我绝食第十五天时,那省610的处长来到集中营牢房对我说:“因为你没有放弃法轮功,我们任何时候都可以要你进法制学校,这是中央的政策。本来我们打算让你在这里受教育,谁知你一来就绝食
  • 车子开进广州军区总医院的停车场后,我拒绝下车。我说:“病历是你们拿,实情你们也不会告诉我。我拒绝在这样的情况下去医院!因为我不知道你们会对我做什么!”
  • 一个二十来岁的女子拿着摄像机在旁边照,一边照一边冲我大声说:“等你死在这里我们就拿这个录像给联合国看!告诉他们我们叫你吃饭你不吃饭,是你自己要死的!跟我们没关!”
  • 他们看了之后冷笑,“你和你父亲不是把槎头告了吗?告出什么名堂来了?人家槎头的所长不是还在当所长吗?我们才不怕你告呢!”
  • 我被绑架到槎头女子劳教所附近的一个洗脑集中营。集中营四周高墙围绕,大铁门二十四小时紧闭。里面有一栋三层楼房,楼里阴森恐怖。
  • 我的拚命抵制将所有警察的注意力都吸引到了我身上。我的朋友趁机逃脱了。一位穿着西服的中年男士走过来礼貌的问警察:“我是中山大学的老师。请问这里发生了什么事?”
  • 我从牢里出来后,610经常打电话、或登门到我父母家骚扰我们。它要我时时向它报告我在哪里、在做什么。
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