USA like Gilead. People quote Margaret Atwood’s book

  • Because the amazingly partisan, right-dominated Scotos brings America closer Comedian Seth MacFarlane wrote online in his book “Handy Tale,” the importance of voting in every election is becoming clearer.
  • His tweet wasn’t the only one referring to Al Kindi’s 1984 book. Fans felt the writer had predicted the future in it. But she had a different opinion – the elements of the Gilad realm were already present in Western societies at that time
  • – I made a rule for myself: I will not offer anything that people have not already done in another place or time, or where technology has not yet existed – she said in one of the interviews
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On Monday (May 2), a draft opinion of the US Supreme Court leaked that most judges had decided to allow states to ban abortion, overturning the landmark case in Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey.

“We conclude that both should be abolished,” she wrote. “It is time to listen to the constitution and put the issue of abortion in the hands of the nation’s elected representatives,” he added. These words sounded strangely familiar to readers of The Handmaid’s Tale. Parallels emerge between the fictional Republic of Gilead, where women are forced to have children, and what is happening in the United States today.

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“As an astonishingly partisan, the right wing dominated Scotos [skrót od The Supreme Court of the United States] Comedian Seth MacFarlane wrote, “Bringing America closer to portable fairy tale mode, the importance of voting in every election becomes clearer.”

Tonight Hulu (Live Broadcasting Platform – Editor) will rebrand ‘The Tale…’ into a Documentary, “A woman’s right to decide what she does with her body is not up to misogynistic Republicans.”“The story…” is not a how-to guide – honestly, women around the world,” read the following tweets.

The maid icon on the cover of Atwood’s novel and television series has become an icon for the pro-choice protests around the world. Fans realized that in 1984 the writer predicted the future. But she had a different opinion – the elements of the world of Gilead were already present in Western societies at that time.

– I made a rule for myself: I will not offer anything that people have not already done in another place or time, or where the technology has not yet existed – she said in one of the interviews. “I didn’t want to be accused of dark or devious inventions or distorting human potential for unfortunate behaviour,” she asserted.

Hanging the group, tearing people to shreds, class and class clothing, forced childbirth… All this has its precedents, many of which can be found not in some distant cultures and religions, but in Western society and in the same “Christian” traditions

Al-Kindi said.

In 2018, at a conference in New York, she mentioned an attempt to ban abortion in Texas. She did not beat the bush because she described all attempts at reproductive rights as killing women.

coverage Cover of the book “The Hand’s Tale” – Press Materials

Waiting for the first case. I am waiting for a case in which the family of the deceased woman challenges the state. I’m also waiting for a lawsuit saying that if you force me to have children that I can’t afford, you should pay for the whole process [z tym związany]. She said she had to pay for prenatal care.

“One form of slavery,” she added, “is forcing a woman to have children she can’t afford, and then saying she has to raise them.” If you are drafted into the army, another situation in which the state controls your body, you get at least three meals a day, clothes and a place to sleep. So if you’re going to do it for women, push, resounding Atwood.

In The Handmaid’s Tale, Gilead’s totalitarian regime forces women to become living cuddlers. At the same time, he ignores male infertility or keeps it a secret.

Once a month, so-called leaders – with the consent and participation of their wives – perform manual rapes under the guise of a religious ritual. Each is named after its master and has no voting rights. Any deviation from the norm is punishable by corporal punishment – including cutting off the hand, tearing out the eye, or removing the clitoris. At some point (spoiler alert!), battered women rebel and sympathize with beautiful women for their good…

Source: Twitter, The Independent.

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