Lions are eating the butterflies. Jamal, Julian, now Sophia.



When China’s Communist Party arrested Sophia Huang Xueqin mid-month, it was another aberration of nature. This is abhorrent behaviour because lions shouldn’t be eating the butterflies. Snakes, toads, rats and lizards eat butterflies, but not lions, says the experts at the butterfly site.


News and Analysis by Melissa Hemingway


The Lions are Eating The Butterflies
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Photo Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto FPMag

They are Butterflies.

The United States is trying to put Julian Assange in prison for 175 years.

Saudi Arabia‘s Mohamed bin Salman murdered and chopped up Jamal Khashoggi.

Jama Khashoggi is gone, somewhere. Heaven.

Julian Assange said in court this week that he fears for his life. He is near heaven’s door say doctors.

Sophia Huang Xueqin, a budding China journo and human rights defender, had her passport confiscated in August; was banned from Hong Kong law study in September; and now is locked up in Guangzhou, the province nearest Hong Kong. She has been outspoken about Hong Kong freedom demonstrators, but she was truthful, as always.

 


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Snakes, toads, rats and lizards eat butterflies, but not lions, says the experts at the butterfly site.


Butterflies only ever tell the truth.

“Beijing claims that the Hong Kong protests are only China’s business but after having three sets of travel arrangements ditched owing to HK airport connection chaos, it’s our business also,” said our editor last week. The same must apply to thousands of travelers who were inconvenienced, or worse.

China, according to her friends, arrested Sophia Huang Xueqin a week ago because she made Hong Kong HER Business too. She is a civil rights activist focused on the safety of women and children

Sophia Huang Xueqin Feminine-Perspective Magazine

Sophia Huang Xueqin Civil Rights Activist and human rights defender. Feminine-Perspective Magazine
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Photo Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto FPMag

FPMag was told that, “this will likely be cleared up in a day,” by sources familiar with the Baiyun District Detention Centre, because the matter is a suspicion of a misdemeanour like “conspiring to cause trouble”.

A closer look suggests that a couple of her posts  as a freelance reporter for alternative media annoyed the Chinese but that is not clear nor is it part of a charging document that has been released.

“The lions are eating the butterflies,” said Rosa Yamamoto, our tiny, perfect art director.

“They are not lions,” said Katie Alsop. “Snakes, toads, rats & lizards eat butterflies, not lions. It is a cowardly bully who detains Sophia”.

America's de facto endorsement of this murder indicates how vile America has become under Donald Trump. Another nation must take the global lead. Photo Credit: Original, Twitter Art: Rosa Yamamoto, Feminine Perspective Magazine

America’s de facto endorsement of this murder indicates how vile America has become under Donald Trump. Another nation must take the global lead. Photo Credit: Original, Twitter Photo Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto FPMag

Jamal Khashoggi - 13 Oct 1958 - 2 Oct. 2018 Survived by life partner: Hatice Cengiz & four children with 1st wife Rawia al-Tunisi.

Jamal Khashoggi – 13 Oct 1958 – 2 Oct. 2018
Survived by life partner: Hatice Cengiz & four children with 1st wife Rawia al-Tunisi. Photo Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto FPMag

Additional background reading on the Hong Kong Crisis:

Rest in Peace Sir Jamal.