Vox messes up with the “feminist murga” of ‘Star Wars’

Vox messes up with the
Rey, the star of 'Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker'

The formation of Santiago Abascal has charged ‘Star Wars’ for a promotional tweet of the film in which it is said that ‘The rise of Skywalker’ fosters “gender equality”

The last instalment of ‘Star Wars’ has the “feminist murga”, according to the extreme right-wing party Vox. In full turmoil of promotion of the new film of the franchise created by George Lucas, with the first criticisms of the film just out of the oven, the formation of Santiago Abascal has taken advantage of the situation to attack social networks against the saga for its defence of the gender equality following a promotional publication of ‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’.

With an image starring Rey, the character embodied by Daisy Ridley who leads the plot of the current trilogy of the franchise, from the Twitter profile of ‘Star Wars’ Spain promotes the premiere of Disney with the phrase “especially recommended for the promotion of gender equality “, a kind of slogan that has motivated a response from Vox on the social network.

“Now they want to give us their feminist murga until when we go to the movies,” they reply to the advertising image from the party led by Abascal, arguing that “Rey does not need quotas or peer lists, nor did Leia need it,” in reference to the princess who played the late Carrie Fisher and who led, from the first instalment of the galactic saga, ‘A new hope’, the Rebel Alliance to overthrow the Empire. “Both demonstrate that any woman, with courage and courage, can succeed,” says the Vox tweet.

Also, the president of Vox in the Community of Madrid, Rocío Monasterio, has joined the complaint of her party on Twitter against the campaign of ‘Star Wars’ for “getting drunk” to the viewers in the cinema with “progressive ideology”, according to the words that Monasterio has used in the social network. The deputy in the Assembly of Madrid has also alluded in her publication to Princess Leia, subscribing the idea that the character did not need fiction or “quotas or peer lists”. “That is why feminists want to destroy it,” Monasterio finally says.

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