Well, i had to think of these chinese tattoos which say "Noodlesoup" instead of "Love"
That is kind of peacefull protest!
"In the second episode of the fifth season, which aired in the US and Australia earlier this week, and will be shown in the UK on Sunday, lead
character Carrie Mathison, played by Claire Danes, can be seen striding past a wall daubed with Arabic script reading: “Homeland is racist.
Other slogans painted on the walls of the fictional Syrian refugee camp included “Homeland is a joke, and it didn’t make us laugh” and
“#blacklivesmatter”, the artists – Heba Amin, Caram Kapp and Stone – said in a statement published online.
The artists said they had been contacted in June by a fellow street artist who had been approached by a production company looking for people to add
authenticity to the set – intended to portray a refugee camp on the Syrian-Lebanese border, but filmed on the outskirts of Berlin.
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“Given the series’ reputation,” they wrote, “we were not easily convinced, until we considered what a moment of intervention could relay about
our own and many others’ political discontent with the series. It was our moment to make our point by subverting the message using the show
In an early meeting with the production team, they were, the statement claims, handed images of “pro-Assad graffiti – apparently natural in a
Syrian refugee camp”.
The trio decided instead to use the opportunity to air their criticisms of the show, adding graffiti stating: “Homeland is NOT a series”, “The
situation is not to be trusted” and “This show does not represent the views of the artists.”
The Arabic script was not checked by producers, they claimed. “The content of what was written on the walls … was of no concern. In their eyes,
Arabic script is merely a supplementary visual that completes the horror-fantasy of the Middle East, a poster image dehumanising an entire region to
human-less figures in black burkas and moreover, this season, to refugees.”
Amin told the Guardian: “We think the show perpetuates dangerous stereotypes by diminishing an entire region into a farce through the gross
misrepresentations that feed into a narrative of political propaganda.
“It is clear they don’t know the region they are attempting to represent. And yet, we suffer the consequences of such shallow and misguided
Full article - 'Homeland is racist':
artists sneak subversive graffiti on to TV show
That´s a way to fight those (Fox) propaganda powers, fight them with their own weapons!!!