Our Cages and LabyrinthsContemporary Pop-Culture Themes Point to a Conscious Awakening
by JEFFREY A. TUCKER
Aug. 22, 2013
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2.The Huffington Post Is What Happens When There's No Men In The Room
3.The Guardian's Steven Thrasher Plays Victim After His Anti-White Hate Video Goes Viral
4.You Won't Believe Michelle Fields' Brilliant Advice to the Hillary Campaign
5.Hungary PM: Clinton is George Soros Puppet, Wants to Overrun EU With Millions of Muslims
6.LA Senate Passes Total Gun Ban After Radical Muslims They Let In Killed People
7.The Guardian: 'Revolution' Possible in 2043 When Whites Become Minority in U.S.
8.WATCH: Germany's New Right Leader Schools Brainwashed Young Leftists
Over the last year, I’ve had some sense that certain themes are emerging in pop literature and film—themes that are different from dominant strains of the past. I struggled to put my finger on it, but it finally it hit me what these themes are and why they matter.
The plot lines are highly suggestive of what it is like to live in (and overcome) an age of pervasive government control—an age pretty much like our own.
Five shows illustrate the point: Breaking Bad on AMC; Orange Is the New Black and House of Cards, both of which are currently making Netflix a mint in new subscribers; the insanely popular Hunger Games series of novels and films; and Boardwalk Empire, from HBO. Let’s look at what they have in common.