Originally published October 30 2015
Now owned by America-hating Disney, Marvel superhero Captain America beats up 'villains' who seek to protect America's borders
by J. D. Heyes
(NaturalNews) Once upon a time, Walt Disney Co. was run by Americans who revered and portrayed traditional American family values. But today, the company is run by America-loathing left-wing haters who are joining the rest of Hollywood's bigwigs to rewrite U.S. history, mock Christians and target conservatives whose only "crime" is love of country.
The latest issue of Marvel's revamped Captain America now shows the iconic superhero, who has historically battled America's enemies and actually came to prominence as a Nazi fighter during World War II, as a defender of illegal immigration.
As reported by the Washington Times:
"In the latest issue of Marvel's revamped Captain America, the iconic superhero takes on a group of right-wing conservatives trying to stop illegal immigrants from crossing the border.
"In 'Captain America: Sam Wilson #1,' the superhero also known as Sam Wilson heads to the border to take on an 'evil' militia group known as the Sons of the Serpent, who are patrolling the area between Mexico and Arizona, according to a video summary of the issue created by the MacIver Institute."
Captain "America"?The "anti-immigrant militia" group attempts to stop illegal immigrants from crossing into the United States. They accuse the immigrants of invading sovereign territory to spread disease, take American jobs, commit crimes and collect taxpayer-funded welfare benefits — all cases made by conservatives against illegal migration.
"Attention all trespassers! I am the Supreme Serpent!" the group's muscular, evil-looking leader is shown shouting in one of the images. "By invading this sovereign land, you defy the laws of God, nature and the United States Constitution! Therefore, I hereby apprehend you by the power vested in me by the aforementioned God, nature, et cetera, et cetera."
Of course, the hapless immigrant is then depicted as pleading with the villain, insisting he does not want any trouble. Then the commander responds, "Oh, I believe you, sir. I can see you have enough trouble with you already, trouble and disease and crime weigh heavy on your backs."
The leader then describes the need for a wall along the U.S. border — another common plank in conservatives' platform for serious immigration reform, and which, by the way, the Hungarian government erected over the summer to effectively keep out the masses of Middle Eastern migrants beseeching Europe.
"Until the mighty wall is built," the villain continues, "you come here for employment that is rightfully ours! And if denied it, you seek welfare paid for by our tax dollars! Also, you know how you make me press one for English at the beginning of every call to my satellite provider? That is something I cannot abide!"
Yes, this, in a Captain "America" comic.
Here's a way to fight back – don't give these companies your moneyThe superhero then claims that all he really wants to do is bring people together. So, eventually, Captain America swoops down on the awful right-wing militia leader and his armed band and beats up the "bad guys."
The Times, citing Breitbart News, further notes:
"However, the episode ends on a cliffhanger, with the original Captain America Steve Rogers returning and telling the new superhero to stand down, Breitbart news reported."
Marvel Comics, which is owned by Disney, has been heavily criticized lately for making several movies that critics have panned as left-wing liberal pandering, like changing the race and sex (and sexual orientation) of many of its iconic superheroes.
But Americans interested in preserving their cultural heritage and history can fight back. They can teach their children what is genuinely right about their country, while making a conscious decision not to spend their hard-earned money on companies that are actively seeking to undermine them and their closely held beliefs.
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