Mike Lorrey wrote:
> Adrian Tymes wrote:
> > Mike Lorrey wrote:
> > > The reviews by the predictably leftie movie reviewers all hated the fact
> > > that real humans were depicted as less humane than the mechas, something
> > > they found to be beyond their 'suspension of disbelief', which is not
> > > the fault of the movie, but the fault of their own bigotry.
> > Some did. Others just disliked the fact that all real humans were
> > depicted as universally inhumane, regardless of the humanity of the
> > mechas - and portraying any such trait as common to every single human
> > does, IMO, reasonably violate "suspension of disbelief" in most cases.
> So I suppose Nazi Germany is just too evil to be believed.
1. Godwin's Law. ;P
2. As I've heard it, most Germans at the time were treating Jews as
second-class citizens, but not as objects to be completely disposed of
like so much diseased cattle. Only a small minority inside Germany
knew of the Final Solution, at least until after the war when the
Allies informed the rest. This is consistent with my observations of
people in my own life.
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