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The Handmaid's Tale S1 EP2 Birthday

Total anti-Christian propaganda from one of Canada's leading one worlders Margaret Atwood. However, let's look ahead to the future Islamic Republic the NWO has in store. These practices already exist in such nations. I live in Mennonite country. It's very family oriented and God centered. No one is stoned. You are even free to mix and mingle with the heathen. Forgiveness as Christ taught is their creed. I envy them for their faith in that and their being the ultimate preppers.


The Handmaid's Tale is an American television series created by Bruce Miller based on the 1985 novel of the same name by Canadian writer Margaret Atwood. It was ordered by streaming service Hulu with a straight-to-series order of 10 episodes, with the production beginning in late 2016.


In a dystopian near-future, the totalitarian and Christian fundamentalist government of Gilead rules the former United States amidst an ongoing civil war. Society is organized along a new, militarized, hierarchical regime of Bible-inspired social and religious fanaticism and newly-created social classes, in which women are brutally subjugated, and by law are not allowed to work, own property, control money, or read. Widespread infertility due to warfare-induced environmental contamination has resulted in the conscription of the few remaining fertile women — called Handmaids, according to Biblical precedent — who are assigned to the homes of the ruling elite, where they must submit to ritualized sex with their male masters in order to become pregnant and bear children for those men and their wives.

The main character, Offred (Moss), is the Handmaid assigned to the home of Gileadan Commander Fred Waterford (Fiennes) and his religious wife Serena Joy (Strahovski), and as such is subject to the strictest rules and constant scrutiny; an improper word or deed on her part can lead to her execution. Offred, who is named after her male master like all Handmaids, can remember the "time before", when she was married with a daughter and had her own name and identity, but all she can safely do now is follow the rules of Gilead in the hope that she can someday live free and reunite with her daughter.

2 "Birth Day" Reed Morano Bruce Miller April 26, 2017

Offred and Ofglen go shopping and they reveal more personal information about themselves to each other. While they are walking, Offred and Ofglen see St. Paul Catholic Church, the local church they belonged to, being destroyed by the new régime.[6][5] Ofglen tells Offred that the régime also bulldozed St. Patrick's Cathedral in Manhattan to try to "erase" the fact that it ever existed; Offred asks how Ofglen knows this information and she reveals that she is part of a resistance against the government.[7] Ofglen asks her to join, but Offred declines. Nick, Commander Waterford's driver, tells Offred that the Commander wants to see her alone later that night, which is forbidden. Nick also warns her not to trust Ofglen. Offred and other handmaids go to a home to witness the birth of Ofwarren's (formerly Janine's) child. In flashbacks, June remembers her own daughter Hannah's birth. During this time, healthy births were rare and a woman tried to kidnap Hannah but was arrested. Offred goes to the Commander's office unsure of what's going to happen, but he just wants to play Scrabble with her. She later goes back to her room and laughs with relief. The next day, Offred prepares to tell Ofglen what happened that night, but when she goes outside, it's a different woman who introduces herself as Ofglen.

We see in this quote that Atwood is right at home in the ethereal space desrcibed so well by the late, great Marshall McLuhan. The prince of the air, Satan, rules this space. It started with the phonetic alphabet. A word after a word is power. The etheral space was designed as the dark power of the dark prince. Madam Atwood knows it well. So do we. We offer deprogamming for the brainwashed here at the Cafe. We operate behind enemy lines for you. Like the fish in the water most are totally unaware of electric information space and its effect on your mind. The Handmaid's Tale went from the rough draft to the Gutenberg press to the ethereal realm in one generation. We can unwind you at the link above. You can see the ethereal realm, Satan's battlefield, and start rewriting his programming one word at a time. Who else bothers to explain that to you. The truth will set you free. The liberal world order will be the sequel to The Handmaid's Tale I can assure you.

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