Heartiste throws down the gauntlet in matching the characters in George Orwell’s Animal Farm with the dramatis personae of contemporary America. I recognize a good game when I see one so here’s my contribution, using the characters in Cobra Kai:
Western Christendom would be… (Daniel)
AltRight would be… (Johnny)
White countries would be… (Samantha)
Generation Zyklon would be… (Robbie)
What (((they))) want to turn us into would be… (Anthony)
The myth of assimilation would be… (Miguel)
Cowardly normies would be… (Dimitri)
AltReich would be… (Eli/Hawk)
Feminism would be… (Robbie’s mom)
Bugmen overclass would be… (Kyler)
The police state would be… (Kyler’s friends)
Wall Street would be… (Sid)
Free trade would be… (Zarkarian)
Shitlibs’ feverish nightmare would be… (Kreese)
Have I created an impression that I really like the series, at least the first ten episodes so far? Well yeah, I do. Here is my overall review of the show. But not everyone shares my enthusiasm. A commenter writes:
You have FAR too much faith in the overlords bro. They will subvert this show sooner or later. Season 2 or 3 they will start introducing the fags or magical negroes, etc. and turn the narrative on it’s head. Can’t have any wypipo show go un-pozzed for TOO long now, can we?
My reply, in part:
I’ve always said that. When Jews tell our stories, we just use the usable parts like cultural Viet Cong with discarded American [equipment].
… also beware the censorious philistinism. Everyone on the Right has those impulses. Keep in mind that I’m not a moron, other readers of CH aren’t morons. We know the entertainment industry just fine. The value of a little fun with explicating Cobra Kai is the exercise of imagination. It’s also an excellent ten episodes.
Populism has its philistine strains. As Matt King observes in that discussion, “As compromised as it is, we cannot give the culture over to those who want us dead.”
Despite the present condition of pop culture, all our stories are belong to us. After all, we have the great books for men and Murdoch Murdoch. They have… Beyonce, and they can have her. And when it comes to quality production such as The Sopranos, Breaking Bad, or Cobra Kai, we impose ourselves over what is ours.