There has been a push in recent years to expand the definition of who is a national socialist, or “nazi” as they are sometimes called. As I pointed out recently, with the insane claim that 29% of Americans are nazis, the saying that “a nazi is anybody who disagrees with a leftist” is actually an axiom.
This has worked in tandem with a gradual stripping of humanity away from the German opponents our Grandparents’ generation faced in World War Two. One example of this is the change in how they have been depicted on the big screen. Gone are the days when a German pilot grappled with the ethics of his nation’s losing battle, when he pondered “sometimes I wonder which side God’s on” in The Longest Day, or the depiction of a hardened u-boat commander dedicated to his duty and to his crew, in a battle of wits with an American destroyer commander in The Enemy Below.
Now Brad Pitt brutally slaughters and disfigures one-dimensional national socialist bogeymen, whether in Allied, Fury, or Inglorious Basterds. I would remind the reader again that this normalisation of ultra-violence against nazis has worked hand in hand with an expansion of the definition of “nazi”. When Brad Pitt carves the swastika into Hans Landa’s forehead, the ultimate dox, socialist-infested Hollywood isn’t making a statement against actual nazis: It is sending the message, “this is what we will do to anybody, no matter how mild, who opposes us.”
Also note that while war movies of yesteryear could demonstrate some benevolence by depicting German soldiers as heroic, even as honourable, newer movies demonstrate equivalence by depicting the Western allies who defeated them as being just as brutal. The left are turning us all into nazis.
Resistance to this insanity has come in the form of appropriation of the left’s imagery and its slanders, and turning them back on the left. Ryan Fletcher achieves this expertly, culturally appropriating the left’s dox, in order to doxx the left. In doing so, he reveals their true nature: gammas who would happily see their civilisation raped and torn apart, with what remains exploited for the short-term sustenance of barbarians.