M. K. Rowling Compares Transgender Wokism to Soviet Partnership, Quotes Anti-Communist Hero
Harry Potter author L. K. Rowling has in comparison the current climate of worry surrounding the discussion of transgender issues to the Soviet Union, quoting an anti-communist hero and leader of the Velvet Revolution. “ A spectre is haunting Eastern Europe: the spectre of what in the West is called dissent. ” These words had been penned by playwright and Czechoslovakian President Vá clav […]#@@#@!!
Harry Potter author J. Nited kingdom. Rowling has compared the current climate of fear surrounding the discussion of transgender issues to the Soviet Partnership, quoting an anti-communist leading man and leader of the Purple velvet Revolution.
“ A spectre is certainly haunting Eastern Europe: the particular spectre of what in the West is called dissent. ”
These words were penned by playwright and Czechoslovakian President Vá clav Havel in his 1978 essay The Power from the Powerless to describe the brutal drive for conformity in all points enforced by the communist Soviet Union in his homeland, plus elsewhere across the Soviet bloc.
Now, it seems, Havel’s words are being once more used by dissenters, but this time against the modern woke force for conformity in the ostensibly liberal West.
In a Twitter line responding to a post declaring that the declaration “ trans women are usually women” is being used to pressure biological women into bowing before the woke mob, writer J. K. Rowling discussed Havel’s parable of a greengrocer who hung up the Marxist creed “ Workers from the World Unite” in his shop window in order to passively conform with the groupthink of the Soviet Union.
Quoting from The Power of the Powerless, Rowling went on to post: “ Ideology is a specious way of relating to the world. It offers humans the illusion of an identity, of dignity, and of morality while making it easier to allow them to part with them… it enables people to deceive their conscience and conceal their true position and their inglorious modus vivendi, both in the world and from themselves.