July 12, 2016

Marvel demonizes cops in the midst of Dallas police shootings

Well, Marvel writer Nick Spencer is at it again, this time going after law enforcement in Captain America: Sam Wilson #10:

Even ... "better" -- there's also the character Rage telling a group of young (black) men that it's "time we started hitting back":

Isn't that wonderful?

Interestingly, Spencer retweeted the following back on July 8:



Yes, yes, it's a link to an article in the Daily Kos using a graphic from the Democratic Underground -- two notorious left-wing hate sites -- and authored by the even more notorious fake black guy Shaun King. But consider -- even if the figures noted by Scott Walker are a fiction ...

... Spencer, on the other hand, bases his latest story on a different fiction: That police overwhelmingly, and unfairly, target blacks in the course of doing their jobs.

And there's more:








You simply cannot get a bigger disconnect from reality than this. The progressive bubble in which Spencer exists must be larger than the whole of Manhattan.

Whites are never portrayed as a "monolithic" movement? Tell that to white police officers across the country. It's never a bad apple or two, but a "culture of white supremacy" (or something) infecting whole police departments.

Tell that American college students who are routinely subjected to "white privilege" and "diversity" workshops (sometimes mandatory), let alone actual courses, which demonize all whites for the ills facing minorities and the world in general.

Tell that to Marvel itself, which routinely lectures its readers (and potential readers) of the need for more non-white characters, and anyone who disagrees is a racist. All the while the vast majority of its creators remain white (and male).

This is what Marvel thinks of you, America. Nick Spencer, writer of one of its marquee books, who uses sources like the Daily Kos and the Democratic Underground and has little compunction about trashing anyone with a contrary point of view (and, God forbid you be a member of the Republican Party) uses the company's published product to promulgate his personal point of view ... and give you the colossal middle finger.

(Image h/t: Doug Ernst)

Posted by Hube at July 12, 2016 11:18 AM | TrackBack

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