Why Everyone Hates Doctor Who and the New Star Wars Movies

Gottfried Sturmherr
Daily Stormer
January 2, 2019

Shockingly and as a surprise to everyone (seriously I’m surprised), the mainstream Jewish press is starting to ask questions why everyone hates their indoctrination and reeducation through universally loved movies and TV entertainment.

Daily Express:

Doctor Who 11 ends tonight with New Year special Resolution on BBC1, but is fan frustration exactly the same as the Star Wars Last Jedi backlash? What went wrong?

They are two of the most iconic franchises in modern popular culture. In 2018 both Star Wars and Doctor Who encountered major fan backlashes. Jodi Whitacker’s ground-breaking first season as the Gallifrey globe and universe-trotter wraps up this evening on BBC 1 in a series that has seen falling viewer numbers and rumblings of discontent.

Ground-breakingly bad, apparently.

Star Wars Episode 8 also faced a major backlash on social media and threats of a franchise-wide boycott. Extremists with racist and misogynistic views have been grouped with the frustrated majority who feel the latest incarnations of their beloved franchises have lost sight of their core. Documentary maker Marc John is currently making Episode Backlash, a film about the Star Wars situation with contributions from fans, and now he is asking the same questions of Doctor Who fans.

I wonder who they are talking about. This article, being released only two days after the Daily Stormer reported on precisely this topic is absolutely coincidental, let me assure you.

Marc told Express Online: “Some Whovians have already been critical of showrunner Chris Chibnall’s storytelling choices, calling out a perceived obsession with political correctness.

For those of you who are not gay and don’t know what a “Whovian” is, it’s basically a normalfag (mostly British) who loves watching Doctor Who, while Paki subhumans groom and gang rape their daughters.

Political correctness is being perceived as a problem, by normal people? But that is also what the “extremists with racist and misogynistic views” have been saying. So what is it going to be? Are normal people becoming more racist and misogynistic or are the evil extremists making normal people more misogynistic? What’s going on here, Mr. Jew?

Do tell.

Are there any ‘Whovians’ who feel that a similarly perceived political hijacking has occurred within their own beloved sci-fi mythology too? It’s open knowledge that the ratings for Doctor Who dropped dramatically over the course of Series 11, from around 10million viewers at the start of the series to a little over 6million at its close a few weeks ago.

“The gulf of opinion on Rotten Tomatoes between mainstream critics (94%) and ordinary fans (26%) is staggering. Doctor Who returns on New Year’s Day for a special episode titled Resolution. The fan reaction to it will be interesting.”

“More worryingly, have we started to see a shift in the cultural landscape where some quarters are seeking to stamp out diversity of thought and freedom of expression altogether? Episode Backlash is not a film about Doctor Who. But to add perspective from neutral sources, Whovians will also be asked what they think about the Star Wars fan backlash and how it resembles their own experience.

“It looks increasingly to me that the Star Wars fan revolt is not just about honouring the mythology, protecting our right to free speech is also at stake.”

At first glance, it almost looks like this guy is onto something here. What does he mean exactly, though? What ‘shift in the cultural landscape’ is he referring to? The shift toward more niggers and women in movies and TV shows? Or the backlash, the shift that aims to attack the female Doctor Who and the diversity disaster that is Star Wars?

Is the latter phenomenon actually a shift, or did the fans stay in the same place while the Jewish entertainment machine shifted right on past them?

“Unfortunately, we continue to see mainstream news articles bashing fans for expressing valid criticism.

“The latest hostile news piece comes from the American fashion magazine, Esquire, in an article which failed to make any distinction whatsoever between a radical minority of Star Wars fans and the good-natured rebel majority at large. It makes me wonder what the fan bases associated with other sci-fi franchises think about this extraordinary stand-off between negative news reports and Star Wars fans.

“Looking in on the Star Wars fan backlash from the outside, for example, what do Doctor Who fans think about the rebels? Are there any Doctor Who fans who sympathise with the uprising? Or do ‘Whovians’, as they’re known, think that the Star Wars fan uprising is unjustly critical of Johnson and Lucasfilm generally?”

The mainstream media acknowledging that the mainstream media is unjustly attacking fans for their criticism at the same time pointing out the rift between how critics and the audience rate shows? Things are dawning on them.

When you go from this:

To this:

And then start calling people racist and misogynistic and bigoted for not liking it, well, you are probably overestimating the level of cultural marxism your society is actually on.

This is good, hopefully they keep making more diverse, more womyn lead, more anti-White movies. Let them destroy every cultural sanctuary white people have until even the very last realizes that he is in a war with Jews and their goal is the eradication of their race and history.

Here is a Bonus Quote from the above mentioned fan-bashing Esquire article.

Star Wars, and a loud section of Star Wars fans, have tragically become synonymous with hate, bigotry, and pervasive assholeness in 2018. From various sinister online campaigns, to racist and misogynistic attacks on actors, to bafflingly stupid takes and interpretations of the film, The Last Jedi inspired the worst impulses of a far-right movement that’s taking hold of the internet and extending its influence into the real world.