The Guardian thinks that Ancient Apocalypse is the ‘most dangerous show on Netflix’
A writer at the Guardian decided to write an article stating that the show “Ancient Apocalypse” should be considered the “most dangerous show on Netflix.”
The Guardian: Ancient Apocalypse is the most dangerous show on Netflix
“At the time of writing, Ancient Apocalypse has been comfortably sitting in Netflix’s Top 10 list for several days. This presents something of a mystery, because the show closely resembles the sort of half-baked filler documentary that one of the lesser Discovery channels would slap up at 3am between shows about plane crashes and fascist architecture. Ancient Apocalypse obviously has an audience, but who on Earth is it?
Fortunately, you don’t have to watch for long to find out. In quick succession, during the pre-show sizzle reel, we are treated to a clip of the show’s host Graham Hancock being interviewed by Joe Rogan. Finally, we have an answer: Ancient Apocalypse must be a TV programme made exclusively for people who like to shout at you on Twitter.” via The Guardian
Okay so anyone who’s paying attention already can tell that the person who wrote this editorial doesn’t even care about the series Ancient Apocalypse in the first place. They are just mad that Graham Hancock went on the Joe Rogan Experience and talked about it.
Still, the fact that someone actually wrote about Ancient Apocalypse being “the most dangerous show on Netflix” although stupid, should come as no surprise.
You can’t do or say anything in the world today that goes against the mainstream thought process and academia without being ridiculed and considered a threat to society.
It should also come as no surprise that Graham Hancock, someone who again, has appeared on Joe Rogan, would be next on the list of targets over his wildly popular documentary series on Netflix.
Hancock dared to question academia and their accounts of history.
Of course it is. These people are Hancock’s bread and butter; the “free thinkers” who, through some bizarre quirk of nature, are often more perennially outraged than anyone else on Earth. They’re drawn to Ancient Apocalypse, thanks in part to Hancock’s loud and persistent claims that his life’s work is being suppressed by Big Archaeology.
I mean that part of the article is fucking GOLD.
“Free thinkers are more perennially outraged than anyone else on Earth”
Yes, the person who wrote this stupid article is calling Hancock’s documentary about ancient civilizations “dangerous” actually wrote that.
The funny thing is, the media and journalists used to be free thinkers and would hold that creed with high honor as their duty in questioning the norm in search of the ultimate truth. That is simply not allowed anymore.
In 2022, you are immediately cancelled and the media, once pioneers against this type of behavior, will try to crush you.
No one is allowed to research topics and form their own theories and hypothesis anymore. You either agree with the media and the ruling party on what happened or you’re completely shut down. It’s beyond stupid.
Nothing in Ancient Apocalypse actually matters. It won’t hurt anyone who watches the show and will have ZERO impact on anyone’s way of life. Think about what’s dangerous in the world today and then ask yourself if a Netflix show, that you have a personal choice on whether you watch or not, is dangerous for theorizing about how the pyramids were built and how caveman evolved so quickly.
The answer is simple.