Why would self-proclaimed champions of social justice, diversity, tolerance, and inclusion create two kingdoms with polar opposite approaches to race, tolerance, and inclusion?

Because, as with practically every hot button buzzword Social Justice Warriors use, terms like diversity, tolerance, and inclusion don’t mean…well…what those words actually, objectively mean in the real world. In the alternate reality of The SJW Zone, diversity, tolerance, and inclusion are just another set of terms to be warped, altered, and selectively applied at will in pursuit of The Narrative through which they strive to advance the cause of identity politics and cultural Marxism.

That’s why when SJW’s took over Marvel Comics and later Marvel Studios (where movies based on Marvel comics are made), they ended up creating two very different – and quite revealing – kingdoms in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).

One is Wakanda, a mythological monarchal kingdom invented out of thin air by Marvel and dramatically dedicated to ethno-centricity. The other is Asgard, a centuries old setting in Norse mythology, transformed by the same Marvel comic company from an ethno-centric (think: Scandinavian) kingdom into an ethnically diverse place where bisexuality and lesbianism are totally cool and a “natural” part of the culture.

So what’s up with this?

Why is Wakanda so ethno-centric?

Why is Asgard not?

Where’s the “tolerance” of a basic, rational, orthodox Christian worldview? Is that sort of thing just not allowed? Where’s the “inclusion”? Where’s the “diversity” of thought?

And what does all of this tell us about the SJW lunacy sweeping over the Marvel Cinematic Universe these days?

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One Response

  1. "Why is Wakanda so ethno-centric?"
    – ETHNO-CENTRIC: evaluating other peoples and cultures according to the standards of one's own culture.

    -It's curious that someone named "Fire-Breathing Christian," who feels that a fictional comic book kingdom's is lacking the "“tolerance” of a basic, rational, orthodox Christian worldview," would ironically lament the kingdom's supposed ethnocentrism.

    -Also, you have "ethno-centricism" confused with "isolationism"; i.e. "a category of foreign policies institutionalized by leaders who assert that their nations' best interests are best served by keeping the affairs of other countries at a distance." In the Bible it is written, "Now, therefore, make a confession to the LORD, the God of your fathers, and do His will. Separate yourselves from the people of the land and from your foreign wives." (Ezra 10:11)

    Why is Asgard not?
    -Asgard, as depicted in the MCU, is akin to a Western European power; i.e. it is a COLONIAL EMPIRE which ultimately is felled by its own historical hypocrisy (in the guise of Hela, the goddess of Death (more to the point, the epitome of Agardian warmongering and conquest)).

    Where’s the “tolerance” of a basic, rational, orthodox Christian worldview?
    -Again, for someone concerned about the ethnocentricism of a fictional portrayal of lands that actually do not exist, you seem completely oblivious to the ethnocentricism of the attempt to make a comic adhere to your "basic, rational, orthodox Christian worldview".

    Is that sort of thing just not allowed?
    -Oh, it's allowed. Maybe you can pitch Marvel Studios your conception of Asgard and Wakanda, although one is completely destroyed at this point and the other is a fictional African kingdom founded on the worship of an ancient Egyptian god that pre-dates Christianity. But anything is possible, bro.

    Where’s the “inclusion”?
    -For Asgard that would be Heimdall (although many of your ilk despised the casting choice when it was first made), Valkyrie, Hogun, and various other non-speaking parts.

    -For Wakanda that was Agent Ross and Bucky Barnes (aka "The Winter Soldier" and "The White Wolf").

    Where’s the “diversity” of thought?
    -Often times minority groups are told when they demand greater representation in media that they should create their own stories. That is one option here you might pursue

    -As for the fictional portrayals of Asgard and Wakanda, "diversity of thought" is epitomized by Loki and Hela (for Asgard), and by Kilmonger, M'Baku, and W'Kabi (for Wakanda). Each of whom brought their "diversity of thought" when questioning the path their respective kingdoms were going. Kilmonger, of the group, was the most successful as he got T'Challa to end Wakanda's isolationist foreign policies, and to integrate and share technological advances with the rest of the world (aka "basic, rational, orthodox Christian" values (see Matthew 5:14-16)).

    And what does all of this tell us about the SJW lunacy sweeping over the Marvel Cinematic Universe these days?
    -It tells us that people tend to see what they want to believe, especially those who feel that the world is passing them by and that their way of viewing things – if the majoritarian view – is under siege by new voices, concepts, peoples that are disparate from themselves (see afore-mentioned definition of the phrase "ethnocentrism")

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