Satires In Aldous Huxley'sChildren Are Our Future?
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Children are our future!
When people say “Children are our future!”. That would be right if we really listen to them and change the world before the people who is take away our words and rights away and will to make the world an unacceptable world to live in. We better hope for the best that the adult would let us change the world and make it a brighter place for the future of our children to advance the world and make it better. Brave New World and Idiocracy are satirizing about how we should change the present before the future gets out of hand, but Idiocracy uses satire better than Brave New World. In the book Brave New World by Aldous Huxley, Huxley has plenty of scenes in the book that show satire to prove that the future will be messed up if the people don’t resolve the problems they have. People who read Huxley’s books will learn from the past and change the future. Huxleys shows these problem by using satire, some satire messages he’s hinted in the book was when they start manufacturing children instead of making children naturally. They call it a “Bokanovsky’s Process” (Huxley 6). What they do here in the Bokanovsky’s process is take an egg, embryo and a adult and “Bokanovskified egg will bud, will proliferate, will divide. From eight to ninety buds … Making ninety-six human being grow where only one grew before. Progress” (Huxley 6). With the manufacture of baby there is no need for family and reproducing. Even with the need of not reproducing they encourage the