I recently watched The man in the high castle, which is a dystopian two season series based on a Philip K. Dick story.
I really liked the first season, the acting was excellent and the story was fascinating- what if Germany and Japan had won WWII?
The story took place in 1955/1963 (sort of a vague time travel vibe) and demonstrated both institutional oppression and man's drive for independence beautifully.
My friend Steve said seeing all of the displays of swastikas was disturbing, but naturally that was the whole point.
Many people are comparing the show with our current political shitshow, which I think is absurd.
Both the Nazi's and the Japanese ran their respective parts of the conquered US with great precision-
Oppressive as fuck?
Crumbling infrastructure and toxic drinking water ?
I would liken our current political situation more to Dr Strangelove, or may Jerry Lewis' Cinderfella.
Anyway, I continue to keep my garden loppers sharp in the event the reinstate the draft, and I need to remove a toe from either of my babies.