J.K. Rowling It should not be used by the Russian President for propaganda purposes Russian President Vladimir Putin In its fight against the West after the invasion of Ukraine, which began a month ago.
British writer, author of the successful story of ‘Harry Potter‘, in fact he responded to the words of the Kremlin tsar who conveyed them in the context of a large speech he saw To criticize the so-called “cancellation culture” of the West.
Indeed, during a speech with representatives of the world of Russian culture, Putin made it clear that the United States and Europe “They are trying to wipe out an entire millennium country, our people. I am talking about Gradual distinction of everything related to Russia“.
The authors quoted the composers as saying that the Russian president put special emphasis on discrimination against what has to do with Russia Pyotr Tchaikovsky, Dmitriy Shostakovich and Sergey Rachmaninov, as well as Russian writers and books. So Comparison with Nazi Germanywith Putin explaining how the last time such a campaign to destroy literature occurred occurred.It was held by the Nazis in Germany about 90 years ago“.
утин сравнил нынешнюю атаку на русскую культуру с тем, происходило в гитлеровской Германии:https://t.co/ndpZHK5NmO
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So Putin emphasized, quoting the writer, that “JK Rowling has been canceled because, a writer of books that have sold millions of copies around the world, she did not satisfy fans of so-called sexual liberties.“.
Rowling has strongly attacked Putin’s effective use of his name and “cause” in the context of his criticism of the West.
In fact, the writer denounced the invasion of Ukraine in which she claimed that Russia “He is massacre of civilians“.”Criticizing the “culture of abolition” in the West is perhaps not the best that can be done by those who are currently slaughtering civilians for the crime of resistance, or who imprison and name their critics.British writer wrote.
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