The more I watch Ghost in the Shell, the more I think that the creator (original) is well read or an understander of the ideals of Socialism and Communism.
Ideas of revolution, huge corruption, social unrest, and a segregation of the classes pops up throughout the entire series. I just realized this now as it is comming together in my mind.
Well drawn out pictures of Che Guavera and Vladmir Lenin have also been featured. Most portraits in anime's either use fictionary characters or just low quality blobs of real people. But Vladmir and Che have been featured twice each now in the entire series in good quality.
Corruption of the state and class disorder is also an issue it touches upon a lot with the refugees not getting jobs and getting more revolutionary.
However, the series itself is on a group that focuses on putting down these incidents. Nothing wrong with it. Somebody well read in the theory of those systems can still make a series as this. It is just nice to have another one.