“Bedford’s Day or Liberals’ Dream for Tomorrow (Part I)” by Sonam Chophel
Wondering where will the liberal and progressive trends that we see these days in most democratic countries take us? Where will we as human beings end up? Taken, at least in some cases, to ad absurdum, this book offers some ideas and makes some predictions that are all covered with spicy sauce of humor, black humor (no offence) and irony.
Part I of this book touches very gently and tenderly the sensitive parts of the topics like racism, sexism, religious freedom, reality shows, Chinese growing soft power in the world, our addiction to smart devices and more.
Narrated by a politician T, who is the first person ever to be brought back to life by cryonics, Bedford’s Day is not recommended for people who admire and adore political correctness.