Mr. Jamal Khashoggi was a fool. The above shows his apparently clueless true love💗 whining about him having got what he should have expected for his folly. He may even have had some repressed inkling that someething bad might happen since while he assrued her he would be out of the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul lickety-split, I seem to have read he had her hold two cell phones for him.
What did Mr. Khashoggi expect when he went into the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul to get an early Valentine's Day card💗 for his true love💗? A medal? People need to get real.
Repressive political regimes are bad; we know that. Anybody who can get their name in The Washington Post newspaper or get on their staff like him probably could have got out of the damned place, permanently, yes? The people to feel sorry for are those who don't have enough money and/or enough connections to get out and so they have no choice. The foolish famous are just cute, and deserve no sympathy, just: "I told you so."
Wouldn't Mr. Khashoggi be doing more good living in sin💗 with his girlfriend on New York's upper east side and continuing to write against the Saudi regime for The Washington Post newspaper than being dead? Oh, but I am wrong there: If he was living he would not be a martyr for bleeding hearts to demand regime change: a martyr, and bleeding hearts love martyrs, eihre being tortured of being dead. Rremember that Ayatollah Knomenei overthrew the Shah of Iran from safety in France, not from a cell in one of the Shah of Iran's prisons.
Finally: The irony of the above picture: "I can speak when so many cannot". From the grave? Mr. Khashoggi silenced himself by his folly. (I submitted a user comment about this to Israeli I24 News and it may have been censored. They publish some really "hot" political comments, but calling out the sentimentality of bleeding hearts is a "third rail". Two other darlings of the bleeding hearts are Alexei Navalny who baited Dr. Putin to make a martyr of him, and Brittney Greiner who did not show good sense.)
And more: a mass shooting at an openly "gay" club in a town known to harbor a lot of anti-homosexual people. People seem determined to flaunt it and then when they get hurt they are all insensed. Why don't they keep a low profile and not bait bears? They must be trying to shove it back down the throats of those who have misreated them or their kind. But "they" have guns (or knies or fists...). So try to avoid arousing them and accept that that is the way the world is, and then if these very bad people ferret you out despite your due diligence to not get in their faces, then they should be shot dead on the spot. Shouldn't the principle be: We won't taut you and you leave us in peace, out of sight and out of mind, and nobody expect anybody to change? No more sentimentality; no more Jamal Khashoggis.