I just watched The Fight of Our Lives. It's a thoughtful yet unequivocal attack on the far left ideas that every Democrat and Republic ought to resist. It explains the problem with postmodernism, Marxist infiltration of the universities, safe spaces and cancel culture, declining population.
I simply can't figure out where Amazon is coming from. First, it rips Parler off the Internet in one of the most brazen assaults on free speech since Stalin, then it airs this documentary, which is one of the strongest defenses of freedom of speech and other western values since William F. Buckley launched National Review.
And it's packed with, I'm guessing, interview excerpts with at least two dozen different professors.
So, although I still hold Amazon in contempt, my contempt isn't as withering as it was a few weeks ago.
Who knows, maybe this is all just a ploy by Amazon to salvage its mainline customer base. It could be. It's that unexpected and out of nowhere.
(Caveat: I still have 20 minutes to go.)