After distorting and perverting the once great property known as Star Trek the current occupiers have stated they plan on introducing a new show that more resembles classic trek. You don’t say?
According to Variety CBS is introducing a new series Star Trek: Strange New Worlds that is suppose to take place on The Enterprise long before Kirk swaggered down it’s hallowed corridors.
Executive producer Akiva Goldsman had this to say:
“We’re going to try to harken back to some classical ‘Trek’ values, to be optimistic, and to be more episodic, obviously, we will take advantage of the serialized nature of character and story building. But I think our plots will be more closed-ended than you’ve seen in either ‘Discovery’ or ‘Picard.’”
In other words. Fans have rejected SJW Garbage Trek and they are now trying to right the ship by aping the classics.
If you want to make Trek truly great again you need to purge it of all traces of Bad Robot vermin. This begins with Alex Kurtzman and any other acolyte of the head rat Jar Jar Abrams. Hunt them down like SEAL team six in pursuit of high-target terrorists, because they are terrorists. Cultural terrorists who malign and destroy great works of art. Why? Let’s let historians.org answer that:
“Destruction of physical or intangible artifacts that embody the ideas, beliefs, and characteristics of past societies is a well-tested means of control and power.”
Then, you eliminate hacks like Akiva Goldsman. Don’t wait for him to pack his things, not his pens, his laptop, his coke mirror, nothing. Have the security guards grab him by the scruff of slimy neck and hip toss him right out of the studio lot. Preferably, onto his head.
Purge the writing room of the SJWs and hire Science fiction writers who have never even thought of opening a Twitter account.
Finally, find a show runner who actually believes in humanity and their capacity for good and greatness, not someone who believes humans are a bad experiment that should be cancelled.
You see, you can’t fake a love for humanity.
Abrams tries, Goldsman tries, Kurtzman tries. But we can see right through them. These are cynical creatures who at their core believe that the human race is evil, that they are evil (at least on that one point they are correct). How such people ever got their hands on a property like Star Trek I will never know. But until you rid it of these creatures of darkness any attempt to present a series that is more ‘optimistic’ will read as hollow and empty as its makers.