Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Indefinitely postponed...

This is just a notice that The Butterfly Dragon re-release will be indefinitely postponed thanks to a lot of setbacks related to social abuse in my community and place of residence by a blood centric racist cult that are essentially against me being in a relationship with someone Mandarin Chinese.

That's not your problem and I apologize to my readers for the setback and delay.


Just so you know that I'm pulling my weight with regard to Women's rights and their link with The Butterfly Dragon and A Lady's Prerogative, here's a copy two letters I received from the Office Of The Prime Minister of Canada with regard to the issues of rights that I had written to them numerous times about.

So here is the reply from the Office Of The Right Honourable Justin Trudeau





Dear Mr. Johns:


On behalf of the Right Honourable Justin Trudeau, I would like to acknowledge receipt of your correspondence regarding the problem of violence against women.

As your comments will be of interest to the Honourable Carolyn Bennett, Minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs, and the Honourable Patricia A. Hajdu, Minister of Status of Women, I have taken the liberty of

forwarding your e-mail to the their attention. I am certain that the Ministers will wish to give your concerns every consideration.

Thank you for writing to the Prime Minister.

A. Opalick
Executive Correspondence Officer
for the Prime Minister's Office
Agent de correspondance
de la haute direction
pour le Cabinet du Premier ministre

>>> From : Brian Johns fav.inbox@gmail.com Received : 07 Mar
2016 10:58:44 PM >>>

>>> Subject : A Matter Of Importance >>>>

Dear Prime Minister Trudeau,

I am sending you a letter which I sent to former Prime Minister Stephen Harper on the 28th of November in 2012. The letter that I sent follows:

I am a citizen whose concern for the fair treatment of Aboriginal women is as important as the treatment of all women.

We as a nation do not tolerate violence against and the exploitation of women, yet why is this not the case for Aboriginal women within Canada. With cases like that of Robert Pickton and numerous disappearances and deaths of Aboriginal women within cities around the country, why is this allowed to continue? There is no justifiable reason for us to ignore the plight of any women within our nation yet it is allowed to go on

without someone saying 'this isn't right'. We cannot allow ourselves to be lulled into thinking that if we see it happening around us that it must be ok.

We as the people of Canada serve as your eyes and ears in terms of your navigation through the often perilous challenges for our country. If we are your senses then why ignore requests from us, and agencies like Amnesty

International with regard to this issue. Please show the mothers and daughters of the members of our Aboriginal community that we as a nation of many different and valued people care for their well being and welcome them as well as the Aboriginal peoples as likely as they welcome us, for despite our differences, we all are really one.

To allow them harm is to harm ourselves.

I received a direct and formal reply from the office of the Prime Minister with regard to the above request and was able to see some action and results in this regard especially with investigations that sought to reduce victimization of Women who'd been lured into prostitution often by those who'd employ the use of crack cocaine or another addictive drug as the motivating factor in retaining those Women for such purposes. They would literally repeat their service hiring themselves out for small amounts for the concern of making sure they could afford their drug habit. Many of the dealers responsible for this activity were and are aware of this. These

are people who really sought to and did do these things to Women. It is one thing for Women to consensually play with their lover or partner in whatever way they as a couple choose, so long as there is consent. Its quite another for a Woman to be lured into selling themselves in order to pay for a drug habit that they've often been led to by the very person who is selling them for sexual purposes. When Women have been involved in such activities and with someone who wants that to remain quiet that creates motive for the activities of someone who might seek to snuff their lives out to keep them quiet. These are important considerations for this

issue and should be tabled as there have recently been cases that involve such activities as I've described here.

I would like to expand upon that request and ask of you that such a mandate be pursued as did the prior occupant of your office to include all Women whom fall victim to such acts and tragedy as I am certain you are taking steps to accomplish. There needs to be a tracking mechanism that can help investigators follow such cases of wrong doing with regard to such acts in such a way that Women are not exploited in such a way and to prevent Women (including Transgender Women who've identified themselves and their gender as Women) from meeting such ends seeing as the occurrence of such crimes are more likely to find Women victims much more often than Men. Our investigative capacities and law encorcement capabilities should reflect that difference and ensure that such information or intel related to such activities immediately is taken into consideration or evaluation as per standard operations by law enforcement.

As in my Canadian books A Lady's Prerogative and The Butterfly Dragon I: Heroes Of Our Own both of which have characters of Canadian origins and of a wide variety of origins and cultures, I would like to see a society where Women and Men are equals and work together as a team, regardless of sexual orientation or culture and for all Women to feel safe to this end.

Canada is a world leader in that aspect having been amongst the first fivecountries in the world that ratified the Women's vote in 1918 (following the suit of Manitoba's Provincial Women's vote) and as the fifth country in

the world to have the Women's vote. That's only 25 years behind the first country to who brought about the first Women's vote in 1893 (the vote occurred in 1894). Let's hope that we are a World leader in Women's rights in the future as we are and have been in the past.

Sincerely,

Brian Joseph Johns

In honour of International Women's Day

A few years prior I received this reply from the Office Of The Right Honourable Stephen Harper with regard to the same issue

Dear Mr. Johns:

I would like to acknowledge receipt of your e-mail addressed to the Prime Minister regarding the prevention of violence against Indigenous women.

You may be assured that your comments have been given careful consideration. As they will also be of interest to the Honourable Robert Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, and the Honourable John Duncan, Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development, I have taken the liberty of forwarding copies of your message to them. I am certain that the Ministers will give your views every consideration.

Thank you for taking the time to share your views with the Prime Minister on this important issue.

P. Monteith
Executive Correspondence Officer
for the Prime Minister's Office
Agent de correspondance
de la haute direction
pour le Cabinet du Premier ministre

>>> From : Brian Johns fav.inbox@gmail.com Received : 28 Nov 2012 10:18:27 PM >>>
>>> Subject : A moment of your time for the issue of violence against women. >>>>

Dear Prime Minister Harper,


I am a citizen whose concern for the fair treatment of Aboriginal women is as important as the treatment of all women.

We as a nation do not tolerate violence against and the exploitation of women, yet why is this not the case for Aboriginal women within Canada. With cases like that of Robert Pickton and numerous disappearances and deaths of Aboriginal women within cities around the country, why is this allowed to continue? There is no justifiable reason for us to ignore the plight of any women within our nation yet it is allowed to go on without someone saying 'this isn't right'. We cannot allow ourselves to be lulled into thinking that if we see it happening around us that it must be ok.

We as the people of Canada serve as your eyes and ears in terms of your navigation through the often perilous challenges for our country. If we are your senses then why ignore requests from us, and agencies like Amnesty International with regard to this issue. Please show the mothers and daughters of the members of our Aboriginal community that we as a nation of many different and valued people care for their well being and welcome them as well as the Aboriginal peoples as likely as they welcome us, for despite our differences, we all are really one.

To allow them harm is to harm ourselves.

Truly,

Brian Joseph Johns

So in both cases I received a prompt reply with regard to the issue and thankfully recently the RCMP appointed an investigative task force to look into the deaths of Aboriginal Women. This was largely the result of many concerned citizens who'd expressed concern in regard to this issue and those in office who acted upon it.

So my books are more than just words as are most books. Writing can be the diagnosis of social symptoms of some much bigger problem, or it can be a social mirror that is much needed in society. A point from where to step back and take a deeper look into experiences that allow us to explore without risk to our health the road ahead through prose and allegory. I say these words with truth and without any sort of reversed meaning as is common nowadays by some. I'm not on the hate means love team and never will be. I've always lived by the words say what you mean and mean what you say.

So I'll continue with my efforts with my books at some point in the future after the problem of this abusive cult has been dealt with and exposed.

Brian Joseph Johns
http://thebutterflydragon.blogspot.ca
http://talesofthesanctum.blogspot.ca

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