Sweden’s deputy high minister takes jab at Trump with all-female photograph – National
Isabella Lövin, Sweden’s deputy high minister and weather minister, posted a photograph on Friday of herself signing a work of law – surrounded by means of her feminine colleagues.
People on Twitter couldn’t assist however draw similarities to the photograph of U.S. President Donald Trump signing law that will bring to a halt investment to NGOs that supply abortion and well being care services and products to girls.
Trump was once surrounded by means of seven males in his photograph. In comparability, Lövin was once surrounded by means of seven girls in her photograph.
There are extra comparisons.
Trump’s stance on weather exchange has been…neatly…
He’s in the past blamed weather exchange as a hoax invented by means of China, and has appointed a weather change-denier to go the EPA.
READ MORE: Donald Trump opting for climate-change denier to go Environmental Protection Agency
Meanwhile, the Swedish legislation Lövin signed binds “all long run governments to internet 0 emissions by means of 2045.”
That’s no longer all.
“Sweden has the first feminist government in the world. This means that gender equality is central to the Government’s priorities – in decision-making and resource allocation,” the Swedish Government’s reputable website online reads.
Yet only a day after Trump’s inauguration, masses of 1000’s participated in an “anti-Trump” Women’s March.
READ MORE: Women’s March on Washington vs. Trump inauguration, by means of the numbers
Finally…realize anything about Lövin’s photograph?
See the girl at the some distance proper?
She’s visibly pregnant.
One may just argue that whilst Trump’s insurance policies prohibit girls’s rights, Sweden’s govt has them entrance and centre.
What does Lövin have to mention in regards to the similarities between the 2 pictures? This is what she instructed the Swedish English information website The Local:
“We are a feminist government, which shows in this photo. Ultimately it is up to the observer to interpret the photo.”
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