By John Galt
August 2, 2011
There are very few things that I grew up with as a young boy that I would consider sacrosanct. The world would change as I got older and I figured that cartoons on Saturday morning would evolve and sure enough Looney Tunes disappeared and crap replaced it. Then fast forward to baseball cards going from something fun that one stuck in the spokes of their bike when the player started hitting below .220 and was traded from the home team then in the 1990′s Wall Street types destroyed that hobby by turning it into a profiteering insanity ruining the fun in the collecting. This is especially for myself since I did not retain some of the most valuable cards like the 1969 Hank Aaron and Phil Niekro cards I had.
Also during the last decade I witnessed Superman being killed and reborn and who then had “Truth, Justice, and the American way” replaced with a renunciation of his American citizenship to accommodate the new more worldly attitudes that children are being force fed. At that point in time my blood pressure shot through the ceiling as screwing with baseball and apple pie might be tolerable, but destroying America’s comic book legacies is like taking a leak on the Pope’s leg during mass.
Fast forward to tonight’s edition of the Drudge Report where I found a story from the UK Daily Mail and decided to see if indeed it was true where I was shocked by this headline:
Excuse me? Disney buys Marvel, Peter Parker gets “killed” after battling aliens, Goblins, the Sandman, Doc Ock, and zillions of other bad guys but he can not defeat the Disney PC Police?
(Click Thumbnail to Enlarge Photo from Marvel Comics)
To add insult to injury, here is the statement to indicate that not only has the evil of Disney’s anti-American attitudes crept into the innocent world of comic books far beyond their own propaganda, but across the spectrum in an attempt to spread their internationalist drivel:
“When the opportunity arose to create a new Spider-Man, we knew it had to be a character that represents the diversity—in background and experience—of the twenty-first century,” said Axel Alonso, Marvel Editor in Chief. “Miles is a character who not only follows in the tradition of relatable characters like Peter Parker, but also shows why he’s a new, unique kind of Spider-Man—and worthy of that name.”
From Marvel Comics: “The New Ultimate Comics Spider-Man” August 2, 2011
This is without a doubt another reason why I will never, if possible, patronize or support Disney, their anti-American ideals, or their globalist agenda. This is an outright admission that propaganda to program the children supersedes American idealism and the greatness which helped our nation and their company grow into a Goliath. Old Walt must be spinning in his grave over this one and I can not imagine Stan Lee is exactly thrilled either. It’s just more evidence that certain corporations and media types wish to drop the “C” and insert the “K” as rapidly as possible for the transition to a new system of world governance.
Amerika, province of Oceania, here we come.