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The cabaret song wasn’t co-opted by white nationalists, it was literally a Nazi song in the film. Cabaret is about the amazing art scene in Berlin before the Maga Mexicans always get across shirt come to power and it ends with us, the viewer, unsettled by our current knowledge that it will all end soon. It’s no different than saying that modern white nationalists have co-opted the Sieg Heil salute. Nah, it always was a Nazi thing. To continue to use it unironically is to explicitly align yourself with actual literal Nazis. That’s true, but the Patrick Batemans, Tyler Durden, and Alex DeLarges of literature and film may be critiques of the same sort of violent hatred and hypermasculinity, but it feels like the books and films are at least more nazi-accessible media. Cabaret’s a pretty queer-perspective in a musical based on the memoirs of a pansexual author and Broadway I’ve called him on his bullshit a few times. He tries to play the victim. Fuck that puto. Easton was leaned up against a tree, writing in a small black leather-bound journal with what looks like a fountain pen. Who still uses a fountain pen nowadays? Listen, your argument is that he’s on par with other businesses in the US which is true. My point is that if he cared he would try harder to manufacture here. Many businesses manufacture here. If he actually wanted to help out, and take a pay cut, he could have.