Ok, you misunderstood me there. The situation in the USA is the logical conlusion of racism running rampant, not Zootopia/Beastars.
That wasn't criticising it being 20th century specifically, I was pointing out that it's OUR, human, 20th century.
Last I checked WE, humans, eat meat. We don't...
You are correct, Zootopia is not talking about the kind of systemic, institutionalised racism prevalent in USA. But that's merely the logical conclusion of letting racism run rampant, not what racism is. Racism is a type of prejudice. And it doesn't have to be negative either. "All asians are...
I feel you're missing the point that in Zootopia, it was about how lingering prejudices easily surface with the tiniest nudge. Also "So there's a them now". You know, actual society stuff. Not that it did it brilliantly, but it's there.
Beaststars is just "look it's just like 20th century AND...
"The series won a BAFTA award in 2014 and a National Television Award in 2015, 2016, 2017, and 2018."
And it's still running.
I really don't know what to tell you. I guess it's just the perfect sign that what's happening in politics over the last decade is not an accident.
I'm having trouble processing that Neopets, of all things, is still going. The world managed to derail itself so badly in the last decade, many good thing came and went, but Neopets keeps soldering on.
There needs to be a lesson here, but I don't know what it is.
I lost hope the moment the North voted Tory. It's like comedians at the moment are saying, they can't joke about politics, because they can't think of stuff ridiculous enough to not just be news.
Everything else is just the logical conclusion.