The other day I said The MCU and its Woke fans are going full Jew hater.

The next Captain America movie will have an Israeli super hero named Sabra as one of the characters.

She has come under fire by both the entertainment media for being “controversial” and “problematic,” and MCU fans with despicable antisemitic comments.


Because she’s a Zionist Jew and the Left hates Zionism and Jews.

I said that the ugliest aspect of this was how the MCU reacted.  With silence.

They backed black Captain America, woman Thor, woman Hulk, Muslim Ms. Marvel, etc., and called everyone a sexist and a racist for not immediately loving their diverse cast of characters.

But one Jewish super hero gets written into a story and it’s crickets from the MCU as the internet erupts with Jew hatred directed at their character.

Well, the MCU released a statement and it’s horrific.

“While our characters and stories are inspired by the comics. They are always freshly imagined for the screen and today’s audience, and the filmmakers are taking a new approach with the character Sabra who was first introduced in the comics over 40 years ago.”

I fucking called it.

They are going to turn her into an anti-Zionist mouthpiece, degrading Israel and apologizing for Israel, claiming that she disagrees with everything they do.

She will be a Jew hating Woke wet dream.

Her lines will sound like they came from a Neturei Karta flyer.

I would prefer they just cut her character that do to her what they are going to do to her.


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By J. Kb

2 thoughts on “The MCU is going to prove me right and I hate it”
  1. Yeah … I pretty much stopped caring after the endgame movie. After you break the world (by doing something that was nowhere close to a permanent fix, as claimed by the bad guy, for what he saw as a problem) and then “save” it (by giving it a *real* crisis), and then with the Stark thing, I’m just done. (Sorry for being elliptical … trying to avoid spoilers.) Maybe if I’m bored on a flight or something.
    The cgi should be getting cheaper so the movies should be getting cheaper to make, on average. But I wonder what the roi will need to drop to (percentage or absolute) before the studio says no more.

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