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Not sure how I missed this…

The Federalist by Mollie Hemingway

‘Ads Featuring Nazi Imagery Pulled From New York City Subway,’ the bland headline from the Associated Press announced. The first line of the story was similarly ho-hum and passive:

An ad campaign that featured Nazi imagery has been pulled from the New York City subway system.

The ad campaign is for Amazon’s new show “The Man In The High Castle,” which is based on Philip K. Dick’s alternate history of an early 1960s United States that lost World War II….

The slow-paced but engrossing show features Rufus Sewell as a ruthless SS Obergruppenführer who cracks down on the resistance movement with shocking efficiency and brutality. There is no freedom in the dystopian land that shows how precious freedoms of speech, religion, and assembly truly are […]

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While Commie mayor, Bill de Blasio complained that the ads were reprehensible, it is Governor Andrew Cuomo who ordered the ads removed (see image below).

tweet from the independent Amazon pulls ad for the man in the high castle from new york subway


It wouldn’t surprise me if Cuomo was more concerned with the possibility of these ads peeking the interests of passengers and while viewing “The Man in the High Castle,” suddenly recognize the traits of the characters in our bureaucrats and/or awaken to the totalitarian state that our nation is fast becoming.

Can’t have New Yorkers catching on to the fundamental transformation going on around them or waking them out of their slumber.