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Pol approved Nippon Media Anonymous 01/30/2021 (Sat) 05:28:23 No. 40375
ITT: Discuss acceptable japanese media, or media that promotes pol ideology. Remember all media can provoke thought, even anime, and can be used to push our ideals on the mass. Anime viewers are a media consuming group and, just like we do with the mass through memetic warfare, can be pushed to see the light. Recommendations: Jinroh the wolf brigade: Japan has fallen under the occupation of National Socialist Germany and is slowly recovering, until the appearance of liberal rebels known as the Sect. The liberal rebels are most likely under (((american))) influence as they use american guns and guerilla tactics to uprise against the new state of Japan. The liberal rebels would go as far as to employ young women to act as bomb carriers all in order to disrupt the peace. Eventually the public police also turn traitorous and attempt to overthrow the state first by getting rid of the state special police known as Kerberos. Little do they know a secret group of the special police known as the Jinroh (man wolves) has kept a close eye on them and quickly puts the traitors down returning the state of national socialist Japan to peace. In Jinroh the people of japan desire peace accept the occupation. The National Socialists are not the villains of this movie, but rather the peacebringers looking out for their people's interest through the actions of the state police and a few brave men (the jinroh) Ergo Proxy: Long after the destruction of the world humanity coexists with autoreivs in dome like societies to protect themselves from the outer world. Our main character Re-L chooses to look beyond what she is told and find the truth those in power choose to keep from the model citizen. She learns about proxies, essentially gods who created the new world, and meets a proxy who has lost his memories of his past. Ignorance is bliss; Re-L pursues the truth even though it brings her nothing, but misery, and the truth she, and the proxy, finds is that existence is suffering, yet they both choose to live in suffering and continue to hunt for the truth. Paranoia Agent: A series of town members are abused by a young boy with a baseball in a series of hit and runs. [Spoiler]Eventually we find out that the serial attacker was nothing but a subconscious lie brought on by the guilt and irresponsibility of the cast to accept the hardships of life and instead escape through lies and feigned ignorance [/spoiler] I would like to go into more detail on others such as Patlabor The Movie 2, Ghost in the Shell, and more, but I'm not even sure if this thread will stay up or get archived for being irrelevant.
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this is the most pol anime ever, like star wars if it werent dogshit. beautiful orchestral soundtrack (not original or mostly unoriginal anyway) and a massive cast of complex characters. many people dont like it for the slow start, the dated animation and how they portray naval warfare to work in a space setting. all of that aside, this is my favorite anime ive ever seen and ive watched many days of bug eye garbage. there are two movies and three OVAs. what really matters to watch is only the Ginga Eiyuu Densetsu OVA itself. the first movie is backstory to the main show, the second movie is a replacement of the first two episodes of the main OVA and the two minor OVAs are prequels to the entire rest of the series. i do not recommend watching the remake Die Neue These. it loses a lot of the artistic charm of the original series for me, even if it is shinier. tldr: autocrats vs democrats in space. only the Ginga Eiyuu Densetsu OVA itself is necessary to view. it can also be consumed as a series of novels. P.S. you will probably be able to find most or all anime listed in this thread on nyaa.si. if youre worried about torrents, there are streaming websites such as 9anime.tw (which has a few other mirrors last i checked).
You listed the best /pol/ tier animes I know of. Not sure if Zankyou no terror would have its place here.
a show set in a dystopian near-future where all citizens' mental conditions are constantly scanned, allegedly in order to preemptively stop crime. when someone is detected as becoming unhinged, inspectors and enforcers are dispatched to apprehend (or otherwise deal with) the perpetrator. inspectors are people identified to have clear consciences, therefore making the best law officers. enforcers exist to undertake the dirty work that might happen during an arrest, to avoid corrupting the inspectors' own judgment. ironically, many enforcers happen to be ex-inspectors. the main tool of law enforcement in Psycho-Pass is a handgun called a dominator. dominators can only fire when their target is analyzed as likely to commit a crime, so the handgun is generally inactive. its three active modes (which activate based on the situation) are stun gun, lethal and anti-materiel. as it turns out early on into the show, the system that detects criminal intent has glaring flaws. not much else can be said without giving the plot away. tldr: anime about a society controlled by scanners that attempt to preemptively detect criminal intent. only the first season is worth watching.
>40377 looks good Im starting it rn
>>40375 >I would like to go into more detail ... but I'm not even sure if this thread will stay up or get archived for being irrelevant. I'm not a big coomsumer of jap media's (nor western for that matter) but seems like a valid topic. Been meaning to see Jinroh for a while now >>40407 note: There is no dub, and two different translations available. By 02:20 of the first ep. you will know which translation you have
>>40408 jinroh is pretty good. i just wish there were more scenes of people getting mowed down by shock troopers with MGs. definitely better than most nip toons at least.
>>40411 Yeah, it was the memes that peaked my curiosity, OP stating that they are not even the baddies sealed the deal How is the live action version?
>>40412 never seen it, probably good for the the same kind of scenes, but i've never seen a live action that was better executed for any anime.
>>40413 Yeah, I guessed it wouldn't be great. Probably should have asked "Just how bad is the live action?"
>>40375 Would someone please post the LoGH pic-compilations where someone has a tirade against the LoGH-equivalent of the jews and other similarly based LoGH materiel.
It's been a while since I watched Jinroh but I remember not liking the protagonists at all. I instantly sympathized with the "liberals" because they were the insurgents fighting a smart war against an overpowered government apparatus. I don't remember why they were fighting or what the National Socialist Japanese government was doing to better the lives of their people. I think that they were just archetypes. And considering that I am in the place of the liberal insurgents and ZOG is the "Jinroh" through their use of advanced surveillance technology, drones, and a omnipresent police state, the Jinroh seem more a representation of the zionist regime than me. I remember that at the end, the protagonist shoots his GF for some reason and then feels sad. But his motivations are never explained. Why does he side with the government? Why are the rebels fighting? What is the purpose of fighting on one side or another? Never explained. The thing which really hits me in the feels is how the female antagonist as well as the rest of the rebels all have this aura and look about the eyes of shock and awe at the raw power of the Jinroh. They are an irresistible force or order which eviscerates them like insects. In that moment of death, all you can do is offer meek resistance before being destroyed. I feel that way all the time and I have a suspicion that my own death will be something like the many rebels which Jinroh blow apart without a second thought. Many of us will die this way before ZOG is defeated. Good movie though.
>>40408 I see what you mean I have tried multiple sites and can only find the weaker subs with missing parts. Know where I can find the better sub?
>>40500 I found the other translation in a large complete series torrent. Had to download a couple to find right one. Old hard drive is dead so don't have access to the torrent file. Found one that might be it, d/l'ing the first file now to see if its the right one
>>40501 Much appreciated, bumping for possible gets
>>40502 >>40501 cont. Ive been going through a whole list of sites and still have yet to find a single of the original sub. I dont know why its so hard to find, but even with a reverse image search all I could find was a image of a russian sub from a blocked twitter account
my opinion, watch the central anime version. it's what i watched and i'm reading that hidive is worse engrish than central anime. i don't remember anything being very bad about season 1; according to reddit, central anime's translation for that season isn't good either, but the rest is far better than hidive's. central anime: https://nyaa.si/?f=0&c=0_0&q=central+anime+legend+of+the+galactic+heroes+season
>>40503 Yeah I checked like 10 or so so far but no luck, tbo I think the Reich sub may have just been a fan edit The screen grab I made myself, so doubt will help much in search
>>40505 Thanks for the effort really appreciate it
>>40506 I recognize that font used, I mean you could be right, but Ive seen that font in a lot of old subs like UY and Lupin so I would lean towards it being legitimate
>>40507 no problem, hope you guys find it enjoyable. in case season 1 feels like a slog (others' opinion not mine), it definitely picks up pace in the next season onward. unlike the generic shit everyone knows by name like naruto and dragonball z, this show warrants its episode count and doesnt deliberately drag anything out. it's not trying to merchandise a bunch of bullshit to kids. it's pretty much just a nice faux history documentary/war drama.
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>>40508 Found it Legend of Galactic Heroes 1-110 24.81 GiB magnet:?xt=urn:btih:439e070e768d133b8d9743092dcc337d3f943c05&dn=Legend%20of%20Galactic%20Heroes%201-110&tr=udp%3a%2f%2ftracker.coppersurfer.tk%3a6969%2fannounce&tr=udp%3a%2f%2ftracker.openbittorrent.com%3a6969%2fannounce&tr=udp%3a%2f%2ftracker.opentrackr.org%3a1337&tr=udp%3a%2f%2ftracker.leechers-paradise.org%3a6969%2fannounce&tr=udp%3a%2f%2ftracker.dler.org%3a6969%2fannounce&tr=udp%3a%2f%2fopentracker.i2p.rocks%3a6969%2fannounce&tr=udp%3a%2f%2f47.ip-51-68-199.eu%3a6969%2fannounce
>>40511 downloading this to see how it compares. do you have any impression of them yet? it's cool that they call the based faction the reich, but has it seemed clumsy in other scenes? dialogue is a very significant part of this anime because there are some profound (for an anime) messages.
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CentralAnime Left -- Reich translation on the Right >>40512 >do you have any impression of them yet? Watch the first ep with two windows side by side Of course the story is the same, but there is very different writing styles Suspect the Reich version is more true to the anime. And the CentralAmine version may be more true to the the actual book, and/or has been embellished. It has a higher more polished, elegant and mature manner. Though sometimes may go too far in that direction. The Reich version at times seems more simple, like you would expect from an 80's anime. Now from that one might conclude the "CentralAnime" translation is superior, but I think I preferred the Reich version. At times the "CA" version shined like during slow paced scenes (pics), but during faster paced scenes like the battle scenes it seemed too much and missing events. If 5 lines were meant to be conveyed, it would spend so much time flowering up the first couple lines, it would simply drop the last line because there wasn't any time left for another line. Also at times there was so much text to read through quickly, you really didn't get to take in the visuals.
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Also last 2 pics, there was a couple times the name plate was not displayed on characters, locations or ships as expected
>>40511 finished downloading and compared it to a random episode, 49, of the central anime sub. it has a bit of chinky engrish vibe to it and that kinda makes sense given it has a subtitle track for chinese. what i saw wasnt illegible, but not as natural-sounding as the dialogue from central anime imo. i couldnt find the rip of the show i got a long time ago on my computer and then i found out i never removed it from my jewgle drive. i compared this to the central anime version earlier and mine appeared not only crisper, but smaller in size. anyway, here is another option for viewing Ginga Eiyuu Densetsu. season 1: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1NogM9Y31iaXGERTobIdDxGrqi9eL3oLi season 2: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1WC8hH9j088SkqlgJ6G1AeKJk2O0C5dKs season 3: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1yWW-HzwC15YSMs72Vqqokwfm0zVP45sQ season 4: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1YH8jIkbCMwLmgWiAYBfcbmUbPUZ_bg-z
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>>40515 Hadn't consider that, production value almost always declines the deeper into the seasons you go. Can imagine the Reich version getting very low budget later on. That may have been part of the reason they made much more effort to have professional writer redo the Central Anime translation
>>40513 >>40514 alright, i see neither one is perfect. it probably just comes down to a matter of opinion in the end. all the great dialogue i remember happened outside of battle, but maybe it is for the reason you said.
>>40517 it's more or less the same quality as the reich screenshots shared here. sometimes better than central anime, sometimes really clunky engrish.
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it's the turn of the millennium. japan is recognized as the most powerful nation on earth. the rest of the world desires to see it destroyed. internationally-bankrolled leftist insurgent groups terrorize the population daily, which spurs the creation of a top-secret elite counter-terror unit. it's a short and sweet little anime from the tail-end of the 80s. at only six episodes (each running roughly half an hour), even those who have the most trouble stomaching anime bug eye bullshit should be able to finish it. there are a few very specific similarities between this show and metal gear solid. maybe hideo kojima was subtly paying homage to an anime based enough to plainly name the jew? however you watch this, do not watch the Manga Entertainment release (the content had to be made kosher). ensure you are watching an uncensored version, either the Discotek re-release or a fan translation. i will provide a link to the torrent i personally used, but it's not the only decent option available to you. https://nyaa.si/view/819066
>>40683 this sounds fucking good, will give it a go later
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"According to my calculations, nobody cares" - Oberstein.
>>40683 >Angel cop Excellent choice I'd recommend fist of the north star, it's not exactly pol but it gives off more of an Ubermensch vibe. In a not so serious way and is entertaining at doing it. Seen LoGH It was amazing.
>>41678 fuck you too
While not inherently political, I would say TTGL fits what you may be looking for. It shows colonies rising above their oppressors, and the dangers of big government corruption. There is an overall sense of pride in being who you are.
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>>40375 If it wasn't for anime on adult swim i would never have found /pol/ years ago. It was always my mental escape from the nigger infested city i lived in growing up. Shame its kiked now. LOTGH is by far the best. Easiest audience to present it to are those already interested in Star Trek. Unpopular opinion but fuck it. There are many degenerate ecchi anime's that showcase the axis as allies. Its a good gateway for coomers. They fall off the radar to opposition due to their lewd content. Eg; Strike Witches: Axis and allies fight together against an alien invasion. Not everything needs to be a philosophical peace of literature. Pragmatically i think everything should be used.


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