The entire time I've spent in Europolis, the politics of the Dreamfall world has gotten a lot of attention. Which would be just fine, if it wasn't handled in an extremely heavy-handed way.
So far, there appear to be three parties; two of them led by white men and one led by a middle-eastern-ish (judging only by the political ads; haven't met her yet) woman. Nothing wrong with that - except the portrayal of them is very, very obviously being used a soapbox for current real politics. One of the parties is portrayed as blatantly racist and more or less every single time it gets mentioned, it's to call it and anyone supporting it bigots and racists. All the NPC conversations that I have found that mention that party have been about this. The other one, which I haven't heard much about except that they're conservative, is led by Dieter Gross. Looking at the political ads that are found everywhere in Europolis, Zoë describes him as a "boring old white dude". "Describes" isn't really the right word here. "Insults" is better, in the context it's used. She's using "white dude" as both an insult and as criticism. That's racism and sexism. No matter what mental gymnastics you use to justify it, it's racist and sexist. Imagine if it had been a white male character criticising a female party leader with "boring young black woman". The media would have had a field day with it and you'd never hear the end of how the game is racist and sexist. Double standards and hypocrisy are the only terms that accurately describe this.
No matter how you try to dress it up or twist it, using someone's sex or ethnicity as criticism and an insult is sexism and racism.
If you're going to have politics, please do a better job of it. When I backed this game, it was not because I wanted heavy-handed political propaganda. I was hoping that you would at the very least be professional enough to not use the game as a soapbox for current real-world politics. The TLJ and Dreamfall series has clearly been left-leaning from the start, which is just fine (I would consider myself left-leaning as well) but this time around, it's reached the point where the entire fictional world clearly was made to be used for strawman arguments against the parties the writer(s) don't agree with. It's unprofessional, tactless and insulting.
Now, I'd like to add a disclaimer here: I haven't finished the episode yet. The terrible performance (and frankly, seeing all this political soapboxing) in Europolis made me take a break for it in the hopes of a patch that fixes the performance. It is possible that the game turns around and shows that Zoë and others were wrong and that one shouldn't make use of strawman arguments. If this is what happens, you have my respect. Unfortunately, I don't expect this to be the case. But I hope that my expectations are wrong in this case.