I wrote about the depravity within the Biden dictatorship yesterday but wanted to compare what he is doing to our country to the science fiction novel Brave New World, which is a dystopian novel by English author Aldous Huxley, written in 1931.
“Huxley used the setting and characters in his science fiction novel to express widely felt anxieties, particularly the fear of losing individual identity* in the fast-paced world of the future. An early trip to the United States gave Brave New World much of its character. Huxley was outraged by the culture of youth*, commercial cheeriness*, and sexual promiscuity*, and the inward-looking nature* of many Americans.” Wikipedia.
If Huxley were alive today, he’d really be outraged by how in two years Biden’s dystopian society (an imagined world or society in which people lead wretched, dehumanized, fearful lives) has changed our youth. I don’t think even the most creative of science fiction writers could have come up with a plot that Biden has created for our country. Not even Steven King could have predicted the horror of Biden’s dystopian society in a novel.
Albeit some on the left, the media, and Hollywood are praising what he has accomplished in two short years; but let’s face it, these people are crazy and have drunk the Tannis-root beverage.
*Losing individual identity: This could be the blurring of the sexes that we are seeing among Genz’rs calling themselves nonbinary and gender neutral. And the schools helping this along by teaching gender confusion and encouraging genital mutilation surgeries.
*Culture of youth: This could be the anti-America groups formed like BLM and Antifa which use intimidation and violence to get across their points not to mention all the extreme food fear-based fetishes people have today like vegan or gluten free. Dehumanization is also predicted in Huxley’s novel which is evident today by the way some street gangs treat prefect strangers by mugging, kicking, and stabbing them. They dehumanize them like they are inanimate objects in a video game.
*Commercial cheeriness: Back in the day it was mostly “Ring around the collar” ads for Wisk, but now we have cheerful woman talking about butt deodorizers and pooping being fun for women. Really ladies, we have not come a long way. We have gone into the gutter. Shame on you who make these ads. But let’s not leave the men out. We have cheery ads with interracial men kissing and advertising HIV drugs. Wonderful accomplishment, Biden. There’re some things we just don’t need to see on tv. Biden’s society is one step from running porn ads for condoms.
*Sexual Promiscuity: This goes without saying from Girls Gone Wild to sex videos to nudity in tv movies and the internet. Then there’re transgenders, drag queens, nonbinaries, gays, lesbians, and bisexuals. I’d call this sexual promiscuity because we never had this in the sixties or seventies to this degree and definitely unheard of in 1931. And drag queens reading to our school children would really have Huxley baffled today.
*Inward-looking nature: Half of America is in therapy or on antidepressant drugs trying to figure out stuff and many youths are afraid to marry and have children for fear of climate change ending the world. This will cause the end of traditional families which Huxley also wrote about. “The family system will disappear; society, sapped at its very base.”
One thing Huxley didn’t foresee in his novel was the diluting of the white race with the South American invasion at our southern border. Nor could he ever imagine a president who was engaged in influence peddling with our enemy countries.
So, in essence Huxley couldn’t have ever predicted the wretched, fearful society some are now experiencing. But he was on the right track. Little did he know, America would allow a demented, three-time loser to steal an election for President of the United States and turn our society into an anti-fossil fuel fearing bunch of walking dead, asexual zombies. If you see a biography on Biden entitled Depraved New World being published, I hope I get credit for the title.