On Brobdingnag, Giants had a simple and straightforward language with less books. There was no federal income tax and they did not trade because of treacherous currents. Each rule was not supposed to exceed the number of letters in their alphabet. Everyone there was basically limited to collective principles. Their King refused deadly gunpowder because of its deadly consequences. No violence is preferable but terrorist groups exist, executions will commence and you have to protect yourself from enemies with weapons. When England was the dominant country in the world, most preindustrial societies would have accepted gunpowder but their narrow-minded King did not. If another country has gunpowder and they are planning an attack, gunpowder might save your life and others. Humans are bad at getting what they want and some people would do whatever it takes.
His second voyage was quite the reverse of his first voyage. He was reduced from a monumental giant to a powerless action figure. He had to avoid the footsteps of other Giants that exploited him and put him on display as a model. Fat women made him uncomfortable by using him as a lively sex toy. Digust overshadowed submission. A court dwarf maltreated him thrice by dropping him in a bowl of crème, sticking him in a marrowbone, and shaking an apple tree above his head. A crazy monkey dragged him up a ladder, force-fed him and he almost choked until the Master Giant’s daughter poked it out of his mouth with a needle. After being... [continues]
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