The Midnight's Edge crew had another podcast for the After Dark show late last night. Here is that podcast for your convenience.
The big deal here is the segment regarding the sale of 21st Century Fox to Disney. Barring Federal intervention, this move will only reinforce the Mouse Empire. As the Supreme Dark Lord notes, Disney is a SJW corporation and Fox was already amenable if not converged itself so the Narrative will be mandated in all of its subsidiaries- and that likely will come forth first in the form of personnel changes meant to remove obstacles and install cultists. Expect the cultural hijacking now obvious with Star Wars to become apparent in Fox titles going forward.
I know the crew will go into the Fox-Disney deal more in-depth this weekend, but for now let me say this: this is a level of corporate power over popular culture that other culture industry powers wish that they had. One corporation now owns outright, or has a controlling interest over, several world-dominant properties- properties that have shaped human (not just Western, or American) culture in the last 50+ years. Properties that--as the aforementioned Star Wars example shows--will be subordinated to the needs of the SJW Death Cult and its masters.
Disney has too much power. No, neither Congress nor the courts will do a damned thing; they're the cucks who obediently change copyright law whenever Steamboat Willie is about to fall into the Public Domain, and then affirm it in court decisions. The God-Emperor has more pressing matters to address. That means it's on us, and we have ONE recourse: to walk away.
Fortunately, we don't need Disney to sell us our own mythology back to us. We made our own before, and we can do it again now- and we should have been doing so all along. Specialization is for insects, and the atomization we experience is in large part due to over-emphasis on specialization such that we don't participate in creating our own culture anymore. Now that the means to fix this are at-hand, this trend is (slowly) reverting to the historical norm, but not without resistance both within and without.
If you let someone else tell you your story, they will tell it to their benefit- not yours. That's what's happening here. They want you to ignore the forsaken child that makes Omelas possible. Walk away.