Although I like 'Obi Wan Kenobi' very much, it doesn't really matter. It could have been something I didn't like or it could have seemed too seedy, but it wouldn't be serious. Friends started commenting on the first chapters the other day. There were many opinions: If the bad guys look like Power Rangers putties, Ewan McGregor is great, what are the wonderful characters? And if no one creates the story, how little tension is there in the third chapter? It was a conversation between people who listen and speak.
It is important to note that many people, including loud people, use their opinions as destructive weapons. An exercise in hate. To make a valid argument for war. Moses Ingram, who plays Reva (one of Obi-Wan’s -apparently) enemies, was so disregarded that Star Wars itself posted this message on its social media networks: "There are more than 20 million sentient species in Star Wars galaxy. Don't be racist. We are proud to welcome Moses Ingram to the Star Wars family, and we look forward to Reva's story. We will not be influenced by anyone trying to make Reva feel uncomfortable.
It's fiction! We are referring to a fictional character or story that has been written. Are there still people who regret their existence because they are black, or women? It is a relief that the movies and series reflect a deeper, more complex, and more human world. I am so grateful that my daughter has Moses Ingram as a role model. It hurts when the dark side brings out our worst. What will they do with a real problem if they start a war over fiction? Spooky.