Via Pam Geller
For years, Marvel Comics has voluntarily served to advance the islamization of the culture. Eagerly pursuing the leftist/Islamic agenda, Marvel has created Muslim superheroes fighting Islamophobia etc. and depicted conservatives as their new villains.
And sure, “disciplinary action” was taken against Ardian Syaf, but make no mistake: given Marvel’s unsavory history, this will happen again.
“Marvel artist punished over hidden Islamist and anti-Semitic messages,” by Elizabeth Keatinge, Veuer, April 10, 2017:
“Disciplinary action was taken against a Marvel Comic artist, according to comicbook.com, because he inserted hidden Islamist and antisemitic references into X-Men Gold #1.
Indonesian artist Ardian Syaf says he included the references to the election of the governor of Indonesia’s capital Jakarta.
It’s been one of India’s most polarizing elections and it’s about more than choosing the city’s leader.
There’s Chinese Christian incumbent, Basuki Ahok Tjahaja Purnam.
Then there are Muslim rivals. They won the support of hard-line Islamists.
Some say the election has bigger representations about choosing between pluralism and increasingly fundamentalist Islam.
In the comic, there is one scene where Ardian says he drew the character Colossus with a T-Shirt that says “QS 5:51.” It’s a reference to a Quranic verse.
According to fundamentalist interpretations, it prohibits Muslims from electing a Christian or Jewish leader.
In another scene, there is a Jewish character named Kitty Pryde who is drawn together with a sign reading “Jewelry” and her head is drawn next to the part that says “Jew.”
Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, the creators of X-Men, were both Jewish.”
The quality of comics in America started a steep decline in the 1980s. Now, they’ve turned into Al Jazeera.
The comics of my childhood and teenage years dealt with politics and current events, but to my knowledge they never served as a mouthpiece for the enemies of America and freedom and democracy or glorified a violent theocracy that commits carnage on a grand scale.
The last time I read DC or Marvel comics was in the early 70s, when they were still good.
I liked SGT Rock, Fantastic Four, Batman, Superman, Spiderman, and Jeb Stuart.
I used to love reading comics as a kid. Now, they’re repugnant.