According to the New York Times JK Rowling has to go.
A violent season ticket campaign on electronic billboards invites readers to 'imagining Harry Potter without its creator'.: cancel culture to its fullest extent, the ultimate of the wokeness.
Unable to take out the creature that has taken on a life of its own (the books in the Harry Potter saga are among the best-selling in the world) you 'kill' the creator. Words are stones, and from the symbolic to the real, the step is shorter than one imagines.
After all, if mothers are to disappear, even JK Rowling can become a mere passing container.
The T-lobby inside the NYT must be really powerful to have managed to impose such a campaign: perhaps it is not unnecessary to recall the fact that JK Rowling has been persecuted for years - including death threats and transactivist commandos stationed outside her home - for the simple fact that she claimed that biological sex is real and that women should be called women, not menstruators. All this, according to his enemies, is transphobia.
The hope is that for the NYT this campaign will be a boomerang, and a large number of people cancelled their subscriptions. Critical reactions were many.
"I cancelled my @nytimes subscription because he tried to delete @jk_rowling', someone tweeted. Another tweet: 'We're trying to imagine the NY Times without its marketing department, without its editors, without its owners, without its Op-Ed columnists, and without its loyal subscriber base.'
You are "trying to erase a creative woman. Go men. Go oppression. Go originality.
"One imagines @jk_rowling magically vanishing into a puff of pixie dust, or are they contemplating a disappearance more akin to Jimmy Hoffa's?" (Hoffa is the American trade unionist who mysteriously disappeared in 1975, ed.).
"Not even the offer of an annual subscription to $ 0.25 per week could convince me to stay with a newspaper that is so contemptuous of women. to celebrate the deletion of an author in her advertisements'.
JK Rowling is the richest author in the world, she has enough money to paying a legal team that she pursues this horrible initiative of the NYT. We hope she does, for herself and for all of us.
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