Taiwan-based Next Media Animation has turned its satirical eye on the US net neutrality decision. It's the best video you've seen today featuring the President of the United States dressed like an ancient Greek warrior.
The group, previously best known for videos such as this about a dramatic resignation by a JetBlue flight attendant, recently delivered "Net Neutrality: FCC and Obama take the Internet back to the 1930s."
The video features US President Barack Obama as a puppetmaster, pulling the strings on FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler. It criticizes the FCC for avoiding Congressional oversight.
Net neutrality advocates -- represented by Reddit alien mascots -- celebrate by relieving themselves on business-suit-wearing avatars representing major service providers. "But skeptics are not so sure, saying a clueless government body will now regulate an industry that was largely fine on its own," says the video.
Donald Trump and the Trojan Horse put in an appearance, along with a buff Obama dressed like a warrior from the movie 300.
"Although not perfect, Internet access today is largely unfettered thanks to market competitors keeping each other in check," the video says (with suitable gladiatorial combat animations).
Watch the whole thing here, with English subtitles: