A 'Battlestar Galactica' panel discussion at the United Nations | The WatcherA 'Battlestar Galactica' panel discussion at the United Nations
Over the course of its four seasons, "Battlestar Galactica" has been lauded for its nuanced portrayal of war, faith and morality. Since it debuted six years ago, the Sci Fi drama about a rag-tag space fleet has offered challenging fictional depictions of problems afflicting our planet in the here and now.
And now a discussion of how those very issues have been handled on the show will take place at the United Nations.
On March 17, there will be a "Battlestar" retrospective at the U.N. in New York and a panel discussion of how the show examined issues such as "human rights, children and armed conflict, terrorism, human rights and reconciliation and dialogue among civilizations and faith," according to Sci Fi.
As if we needed something else to convince that the UN is a farce.