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    Quote Originally Posted by Anonymous View Post
    I was far more worried by the brainwashing in Star Trek, i grew up with that show, drunk it like mother´s milk, for a time i was a biggest Trekkie (well ok that´s exaggeration i never went so far to buy uniforms and stuff), even got my brother into it (sadly, since recently i heard him basically say that curbing civil liberties is ok in pursuit of utopia) only to later reflect on it and notice all the socialist propaganda finely woven into the very fabric of the show. They are far more subtle about it though, not as in your face as Xena, they distract you with flashy explosions and technobabble all the the while slowly brainwashing you, very sinister.

    Yeah, I grew up with Star Trek too. The original series and then later Star Trek NG. I liked some of the offshoots, but I absolutely hated Voyager. *BLECH* Except for 7-of-9 and her skintight catsuit... That's the thing with Feminist bullshit-- sooner or later they have to take off their clothes and waggle their tits to attract any male interest at all.
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    I never bothered to watch it. It was just too far over the top for me.
    i never really watched it or enjoyed it. but i did watch it like anon said because there was nothing else on or what-not. or others had it on. and it is the most misandrist show ive ever seen!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anonymous View Post
    I was far more worried by the brainwashing in Star Trek, i grew up with that show, drunk it like mother´s milk, for a time i was a biggest Trekkie (well ok that´s exaggeration i never went so far to buy uniforms and stuff), even got my brother into it (sadly, since recently i heard him basically say that curbing civil liberties is ok in pursuit of utopia) only to later reflect on it and notice all the socialist propaganda finely woven into the very fabric of the show. They are far more subtle about it though, not as in your face as Xena, they distract you with flashy explosions and technobabble all the the while slowly brainwashing you, very sinister.
    yeah i was more of a trek fan than xena as well. and it sure had its issues you are right.

    but my point is more than the brainwashing in xena wasnt even hidding...

    and no one minded.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheNarrator View Post
    i was thinking about things.

    and.. looking back. i dont think there ever has been or ever will be a show or movie that was this misandrist. this sexist against men and this feministic

    who of you watched it back in the day and havnt thought of it? brainwashing at its finest.
    I saw a few episodes. When it was showing on tv there was a radio phone in about violence in the media. A guy called and said his son told him that girls at school were going round kicking boys, inspired to do so by watching Xena. He said he then watched the show, and it seemed to him to be anti-men. A woman then phoned, saying that girls kicking boys was a sign of equality!

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    I love this just for the end line:

    Lisa: Xena can't fly.
    Lucy Lawless: I told you, I'm not Xena, I'm Lucy Lawless.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anonymous View Post
    I was far more worried by the brainwashing in Star Trek, i grew up with that show, drunk it like mother´s milk, for a time i was a biggest Trekkie (well ok that´s exaggeration i never went so far to buy uniforms and stuff), even got my brother into it (sadly, since recently i heard him basically say that curbing civil liberties is ok in pursuit of utopia) only to later reflect on it and notice all the socialist propaganda finely woven into the very fabric of the show. They are far more subtle about it though, not as in your face as Xena, they distract you with flashy explosions and technobabble all the the while slowly brainwashing you, very sinister.
    It was a bit wasn't it. I too was a big trekkie fan of the original series. There was a lot of stuff social justice type stuff in it. But this was before socjus and SJW's and around a period when civil liberty and equality of opportunity were the objective. After that in effect won, then the other nonsense started in the later trek series which pretty much went the path of middle class moralising and preaching of left wing fantasy ethics.

    However from the original series you do have this classic of marxism: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Cloud_Minders

    Worth digging up, the plot review misses out the stand out feature which were Spock's thought soliloquy and monologues. Blatant and stand out political alignment in those, which went beyond the usual acceptance and harmony tones, and the function of developing the plot. A very odd episode.
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    its been going on for decades
    theyve created a religion of sorts
    except the commandments and scrolls were cartoon.

    they showed the boys why theyre corrupt, flawed, and evil...and then also showed how to redeem themselves from that despair

    thats why the brain dead zomboys amongst us 'need' feminism too

    without it they end up the living embodiment of an evil cartoon caricature

    where's my oxyGum...must. kill. the. patriarchy (dunno if you ever saw Marine Boy)
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