Decemberpremiären for the Turkish Netflixserien the ”Wolf” couldn't have come at a better time. It had only been a few days ago, Trump announced that the united states should withdraw its troops from Syria, which would facilitate Turkey's president Erdogan's plans to attack kurdkontrollerade areas.
If the US leaves Syria the wind and tide, after a successful alliance with the kurdish forces against the ICE, waiting for the Turkey patiently on the other side of the border. And it is a factionalism that is portrayed with the deterrent of clarity in the nationalist actionpekoralet ”Wolf”.
we follow a team, which is described as self-sacrificing wolves to protect his flock from the monsters. The first section takes place in Diyarbakir in eastern Turkey, centre for the kurdish independence movement. The episode's villains has adopted a school and scoff at the students ' drawings of the Turkish flag – this is not a series with an eye for subtleties. And already in the second episode sent vargstyrkan over the syrian border with the kurdish target.
Netflix's global expansion, most recently including in the Middle east and China, creates undeniably new dilemmas for strömningsjätten. Last week it emerged for example that the comedian Hasan Minhajs nyhetsshow ”the Patriot act with Hasan Minhaj” has been censored in saudi Arabia, because he expresses criticism of the royal family.
so far, it seems Netflix thus choose to adjust the scheduling in order to not tread authoritarian leaders on their toes – and also don't mind to turn into propagandakanal for aggressive regimes.
Internetjättarna that the modern diktarons minions