by James Michael Francis Komaniecki, P.E., February 5, 2019
The Handmaid’s Tale, by Margaret Atwood, Book Cover, 2012 Edition
In the wake of the 2016 election which justifiably trashed the hopes of Hillary Clinton and radical feminists, the progressive Democrat juggernaut is firing up an even bigger hate machine for 2020. In desperation, they went all the way back to 1985 to get the parts for this machine.
The HULU Network, with a reported 23 million subscribers, has produced a TV series named “The Handmaid’s Tale,” depicting a male-dominated fundamentalist version of Christianity which subjugates women. Based upon the 1985 novel by the wealthy Canadian feminist Margaret Atwood, which sold 8 million copies in English, the series premiered in 2017, and is now in the third season. YouTube features countless clips of the episodes.
Biblical Christianity is grossly perverted in the narrative, and is deceptively associated with the same kind of barbaric tactics used to control women in Islamic countries. Men are portrayed as using women for surrogate sexual slavery in a misogynistic repressive patriarchy, with painful and violent penalties for non-compliance.
“The Handmaid’s Tale” is disguised as a story about women being victimized by brutal men practicing a Puritanical hierarchical model of Old Testament-inspired social and religious fanaticism, supposedly based on the biblical story of Rachel and her handmaid Bilhah. In reality, the entire production is a satanically-crafted dialectic of nightmarish visceral propaganda aimed at undermining men and discrediting religion. A dialectic is the portrayal of two opposing forces or ideas. Dialectics is concerned with or acting through conflict. Thus a dialectician is one skilled at pitting two groups against each other in order in order to act through them to bring about “change” or “progress.” This is how Marxist class warfare operates, and it is clearly and abundantly evident in this deeply troubling TV series.
Set in the near-term future, this fictional narrative depicts a feminist dystopian America in which a Christian fundamentalist theocratic dictatorship rules America after a nuclear civil war which kills the President and most of Congress. The new regime, a militant group named “The Sons of Jacob,” reorganizes America into a fascist form of police-state government known as the Republic of Gilead, and institutes a caste system for women with color-coded dress, based upon whether they are fertile to bear children. In the series, the birthrate has collapsed due to infertility caused by pollution and disease. The fertile women are subjugated as “handmaids” for child-bearing servitude by government officials, and forced to wear blood-red capes and white bonnets. Infertile women are enslaved to perform menial tasks and hazardous work. The “handmaids” are also forced to commit ritualized group murder of certain individuals which the government considers undesirable. Lesbians, homosexuals, and transgender individuals are brutally executed. Dead bodies are left to rot, hanging in public as a stark warning to anyone daring to oppose The Sons of Jacob and the Republic of Gilead.
The highly graphic scenes (WARNING: not for viewing by children) portray women being beaten, burned, raped, or hanged and drowned for insubordination or disobedience. A single message permeates the series: men are superior and women are to be subservient, or face violent consequences. The film-making style is diabolically designed to evoke dialectic emotions of hate between men and women. The target audience is women, with the subliminal intent of compelling them to revile men and religion.
The timing of this TV series, and remarks made by author Margaret Atwood confirm that the “Handmaid’s Tale” is intended to get women to rise up to reverse the results of the 2016 election in 2020. The author, Margaret Atwood, speaks of the TV series as a form of pushing back against Donald Trump and conservatives. She claims that America under Donald Trump is trending toward the fictional Republic of Gilead portrayed in the story, so this is a rallying call for women to rise up in 2020. The fake news network CNN says that the “Handmaid’s Tale” is Trump’s America. The TV series even cleverly attempts to convince conservative women that by prioritizing religious faith and homemaking over feminist equality, they are denying themselves any stake in their own future.
Recently the blood-red capes and white bonnets inspired by “The Handmaid’s Tale,” have become the defacto uniform of feminists who protest everything from conservative Supreme Court nominees, limitations on abortion, and in support of Planned Parenthood. Washington DC has been inundated with them. The Women’s March has become the poster event for this symbolic feminist protest uniform.
Various conservative sources are exposing the blatant deceit of “The Handmaid’s Tale.” A few links are cited here:
The Handmaid’s Tale: A Leftist Blueprint in Disguise
The ‘Handmaid’s Tale’ liberal feminists created
‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ is ugly and anti-Christian
Hating Men in a Real Life Handmaid’s Tale
A careful analysis of “The Handmaid’s Tale” requires us to reflect very purposefully on the malevolent agenda behind this narrative. The program content and subliminal message is of course, total propaganda, but nonetheless expertly crafted. Women are not truly abused by Biblical Christianity nor generally subjugated by men in our society. But our mortal adversaries, the Cultural Marxists, are experts at crafting effective propaganda to achieve their agenda. That’s how we got feminism in the first place, and with it contraception and abortion on demand. Likewise, homosexual marriage and transgenderism have been imposed on America using the same tactics of misinformation driven home by the media and Hollywood.
The ultimate Progressive goal is to lay the foundation for a so-called “utopian” future when the Marxists (not the Christians) will be the authoritarians in positions of power, and everyone else will be subjugated and deprived of liberty. One means to this end is the propaganda trick of Dialectics, as employed in “The Handmaid’s Tale,” if we remain sufficiently comatose to fall for the clever deception.
If we underestimate our adversaries, we are destined to be dominated and enslaved by them. In a most ironic twist, the dystopian message of “The Handmaid’s Tale” applies to all Americans today, but not in the sense depicted by author Margaret Atwood. This fictional narrative is a grim warning to anyone wanting to preserve liberty and our way of life, not from fictional threats by Christians, but from the real and relentless Cultural Marxists whose tactic has always been “the end justifies the means.”
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