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In a twist that surprises few and continues the 'get woke, go broke' mantra, Disney introduces a concept from the comics that failed completely. In fact, the Marvel Comic Universe on comic books is all but dead at this point, as their agenda material has little to no interest and comic book stores are going out of business with the bad product replacing creativity and interesting stories. What is this failed concept that even females have little to no interest in? The A-Force. (A-Force ended in October 2016 due to poor sales despite favorable reviews from critics and was described as being "decidedly feminist")

Despite this failure, this is the direction that Disney hopes to take the MCU movies. What does this mean for Disney? Will they go broke? That would take more than this and the failed Star Wars project that they have ensured to be agenda led. Disney might not be going broke, but the many outlets that Disney is buying and leaching are. The discussion of dropping comics as an outlet media for the MCU is very telling in this. This does not come without future repercussions, but Disney is good at pushing this down the line, making many other companies fail and take the losses, so Disney remains the Star on top of the tree.

Another company has done this throughout their history, Electronic Arts (aka EA), which we see it finally catching up with them. After you killed the market, burned all trust, and alienated yourself so far from the people you rely on purchasing your products, it will eventually hit your bottom line. Unfortunately, it is at the cost of many great things, such as Bioware, Lionsgate, Maxis when we talk about EA. For Disney, we can now start piling a list in similar fashion. Disney has destroyed Star Wars and now Marvel.

You can only burn the fans so many times before they stop acting like sheep and start rejecting the garbage.

 

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01/05/2019 6:51 pm  

I had to web-search `A-Force´, didn´t know that was a thing, so I stumbled over this trailer. And I immediately muted the trailer after the disclaimer - then it was actually amusing to see a whole bunch of weird dressed and made up bad-ass chicks blowing tons of shit up, kicking ass and shooting all kinds of weaponry and CGI effects. Like in a cartoon. But it has apparently even drama, excitement, women crying and talking cryptic stuff, too. I believe, I also saw Buffy the Vampire err, Hunter Slayer at one point, so that might be interesting to see, why she is there? But I maybe gotten something wrong.

Now, I actually looked at the release date of the trailer and holy claptrap, the A-Force has been around a while.

Who are these ladies, I asked myself?

What Marvel has put out about them, is rather funny, too:

Nico Minoru (who is into blood magic)

As she bleeds, she summons the staff from her chest, which delivers her a wide variety of powers.

Medusa (beware of the ginger ones) has

Trichokinesis - the ability to control the movement of her hair

Not to speak about Captain Marvel, who apparently is an A-Force superhero, as well. Sad times for comic book store owners.

Good luck selling these comic books ladden with political agenda in the internet age.

 

Edit: In other words, it is sometimes - and rightfully so - a death sentence for a franchise, when it gets used as a pawn for the political or financial interests of a party, which is alien and indifferent to it in the first place. It tends to suck the life out of it.


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01/05/2019 7:07 pm  

You guys are looking at the hole and not the doughnut---this is great. We can withdraw all US military forces from Afganishit-hole and just send in A Force. They'll have that place fixed up in a jiff. 


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01/05/2019 7:59 pm  

A-Force?

Oh, you mean C-Force.  And obviously the C stands for cunt.

Cunt Force.

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02/05/2019 1:16 pm  
Posted by: Uly The Cunning

In a twist that surprises few and continues the 'get woke, go broke' mantra, Disney introduces a concept from the comics that failed completely. In fact, the Marvel Comic Universe on comic books is all but dead at this point, as their agenda material has little to no interest and comic book stores are going out of business with the bad product replacing creativity and interesting stories. What is this failed concept that even females have little to no interest in? The A-Force. (A-Force ended in October 2016 due to poor sales despite favorable reviews from critics and was described as being "decidedly feminist")

 

Despite this failure, this is the direction that Disney hopes to take the MCU movies. What does this mean for Disney? Will they go broke? That would take more than this and the failed Star Wars project that they have ensured to be agenda led. Disney might not be going broke, but the many outlets that Disney is buying and leaching are. The discussion of dropping comics as an outlet media for the MCU is very telling in this. This does not come without future repercussions, but Disney is good at pushing this down the line, making many other companies fail and take the losses, so Disney remains the Star on top of the tree.

 

Another company has done this throughout their history, Electronic Arts (aka EA), which we see it finally catching up with them. After you killed the market, burned all trust, and alienated yourself so far from the people you rely on purchasing your products, it will eventually hit your bottom line. Unfortunately, it is at the cost of many great things, such as Bioware, Lionsgate, Maxis when we talk about EA. For Disney, we can now start piling a list in similar fashion. Disney has destroyed Star Wars and now Marvel.

 

You can only burn the fans so many times before they stop acting like sheep and start rejecting the garbage.

 

It will be interesting to see if Disney/MCU uses the current MCU females to fill out the A-Force, or if they try to use the comic book on off members.

As you mentioned in previous posts, Disney/Marvel is trying yet again to make Captain Marvel relevant to the video entertainment audience world wide, all at the expense of their comic fan base.  

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02/05/2019 1:20 pm  
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You guys are looking at the hole and not the doughnut---this is great. We can withdraw all US military forces from Afganishit-hole and just send in A Force. They'll have that place fixed up in a jiff. 

Skip the force and just deplete all existing stockpiles of the GBU-43 MOAB in A-stan and problem solved.

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02/05/2019 1:24 pm  

Thanks for the research and posting Matcha.  I also knew nothing about this comic thread previously.

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02/05/2019 11:43 pm  

As usual the leftist "group-think" ignores culture and history. The male-hero archetype has been around for at least 5000 years. It is well defined in literature: Think Gilgamesh, Alexander, Arthur, Charles Martel, William Wallace, Hercules, and so on. The feminists and their left wing sycophants believe that by merely erasing the male face, and genitalia of a male-hero archetype they can usurp the powers, and status of that archetype. Make no mistake they do not want their female-hero to undergo the trials, problems, pain and suffering of the male-hero---they merely want to commandeer the resulting status and adoration.  Here is an example of what I'm talking about. Think about the 12 labors of Hercules. Hercules is a classic Greek hero and male hero archetype. 

"The Twelve Labors are a series of archaic episodes connected by a later continuous narrative, concerning a penance carried out by Hercules, the greatest of the Greek heroes. The goddess Hera, determined to make trouble for Hercules, made him lose his mind. In a confused and angry state, he killed his own wife and children. When he awakened from his "temporary insanity," Hercules was shocked and upset by what he'd done. He prayed to the god Apollo for guidance, and the god's oracle told him he would have to serve Eurystheus, the king of Tiryns and Mycenae, for twelve years, in punishment for the murders.

As part of his sentence, Hercules had to perform twelve Labors, feats so difficult that they seemed impossible. Fortunately, Hercules had the help of Hermes and Athena, sympathetic deities who showed up when he really needed help. By the end of these Labors, Hercules was, without a doubt, Greece's greatest hero. His struggles made Hercules the perfect embodiment of an idea the Greeks called pathos, the experience of virtuous struggle and suffering which would lead to fame and, in Hercules' case, immortality."

So Hercules took responsibility for his actions and accomplished the tasks thus conferring upon him a mantel of virtue and heroics. Now suppose a woman, a female Hercules is created...does she take responsibility for her actions? FAT CHANCE. Her mere existence as a female version of Hercules is enough in her mind to confer the same mantle of virtue and heroics. It would be absurd to suggest equality between the two. 

And this the quandary we have with the female "super-heros" attempting to usurp the status and power of the male-hero archetype---is it even remotely anything more than an insidious attempt to do what females do in real life: e.g. wait for men to do the work and heavy lifting then just sort of slide themselves into the driver seat and self-congratulate for their ingenuity? This is why these sorts of character suck--and we all know it. 

And in the process what has become of the archetype of the female? The sort to be honored and cherished? What qualities made her noble? She was caring, empathetic, and loving of hearth and child. That female archetype is DOA. Fortunately no matter how hard the feminists try their usurpation will ultimately fail. Most men don't like these wannabes. (Except for the beta simp raised by single domineering mother crowd). And strangely even though the militant feminists get the crotch tingles watching the "powerful" female heroes, normal women reject these characters as well---at least that is the supposition. Perhaps because they are the antithesis of what has been the source of female admiration and nobility in the past.      


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02/05/2019 11:55 pm  

Ishtar and Hecate are two goddesses of note that are worthy of comparison to females! 🤔 🤨 😀 

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03/05/2019 12:02 am  

AND the reason Hera made trouble for Hercules? Simple he rejected her "advances". ☹️ 


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Cunt Force has me laughing. If all the bitches are together does that mean they all bleed the same time? Fuck me the fights that a house full of period women at once. Maybe they kill each other off.


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As usual the leftist "group-think" ignores culture and history. The male-hero archetype has been around for at least 5000 years. It is well defined in literature: Think Gilgamesh, Alexander, Arthur, Charles Martel, William Wallace, Hercules, and so on. The feminists and their left wing sycophants believe that by merely erasing the male face, and genitalia of a male-hero archetype they can usurp the powers, and status of that archetype. Make no mistake they do not want their female-hero to undergo the trials, problems, pain and suffering of the male-hero---they merely want to commandeer the resulting status and adoration.  Here is an example of what I'm talking about. Think about the 12 labors of Hercules. Hercules is a classic Greek hero and male hero archetype. 

"The Twelve Labors are a series of archaic episodes connected by a later continuous narrative, concerning a penance carried out by Hercules, the greatest of the Greek heroes. The goddess Hera, determined to make trouble for Hercules, made him lose his mind. In a confused and angry state, he killed his own wife and children. When he awakened from his "temporary insanity," Hercules was shocked and upset by what he'd done. He prayed to the god Apollo for guidance, and the god's oracle told him he would have to serve Eurystheus, the king of Tiryns and Mycenae, for twelve years, in punishment for the murders.

As part of his sentence, Hercules had to perform twelve Labors, feats so difficult that they seemed impossible. Fortunately, Hercules had the help of Hermes and Athena, sympathetic deities who showed up when he really needed help. By the end of these Labors, Hercules was, without a doubt, Greece's greatest hero. His struggles made Hercules the perfect embodiment of an idea the Greeks called pathos, the experience of virtuous struggle and suffering which would lead to fame and, in Hercules' case, immortality."

So Hercules took responsibility for his actions and accomplished the tasks thus conferring upon him a mantel of virtue and heroics. Now suppose a woman, a female Hercules is created...does she take responsibility for her actions? FAT CHANCE. Her mere existence as a female version of Hercules is enough in her mind to confer the same mantle of virtue and heroics. It would be absurd to suggest equality between the two. 

And this the quandary we have with the female "super-heros" attempting to usurp the status and power of the male-hero archetype---is it even remotely anything more than an insidious attempt to do what females do in real life: e.g. wait for men to do the work and heavy lifting then just sort of slide themselves into the driver seat and self-congratulate for their ingenuity? This is why these sorts of character suck--and we all know it

And in the process what has become of the archetype of the female? The sort to be honored and cherished? What qualities made her noble? She was caring, empathetic, and loving of hearth and child. That female archetype is DOA. Fortunately no matter how hard the feminists try their usurpation will ultimately fail. Most men don't like these wannabes. (Except for the beta simp raised by single domineering mother crowd). And strangely even though the militant feminists get the crotch tingles watching the "powerful" female heroes, normal women reject these characters as well---at least that is the supposition. Perhaps because they are the antithesis of what has been the source of female admiration and nobility in the past.      

 

(Looked it up, DOA means Dead-On-Arrival:) Great post, Pete! Thank you, but before I go in to Hercules (also known as `Heracles´, which means `Son of Hera´) and Hera, let me ponder the question of the female heroin archetype, because it is quite interesting, what historic authors, writers, tales, myths and legends hold in this regard.

GregBo in a way already mentioned Hecate as an example of a female `culture-hero´, so why not stick with her for a start?

(Why would hardly anyone today know what Hecate or her disciples - like Medea - are all about, you gotta ask yourself, first.)

Aw, this is gonna be great.

 

 

 

MAD(ID)EA

 

Upon his arrival at Colchis, Medea fell in love with Jason - and, with a potion she brewed from her magic herbs, she lulled the dragon, that guarded the Golden Fleece, into sleep and helped the Argonauts (Jason and his fellows) to escape.

Now, be alert: when she was tasked to rejuvenate Jason´s father, she wandered 9 nights through remote forests and mountains to pick the right herbs; then she cut the old dude into a lot of little pieces and added these into a kettle to be cooked with the mixture of the herbs.

When the bits and pieces of Jason´s father were sufficiently soaked with the magic of the herbs, she put him together, again, - to complete his archaic, shamanic initiation. The drops of the brew which during this process fell onto the ground would spawn the first `naked lady´(COLCHICUM autumnale) plants.

 

 

The Garden of Hecate

 

Hesiod puts it, that Hecate was the daughter of the titan Asteria (Asterix, anyone?). Zeus honored Hecate beyond all measure (compare Storl) and gave her powers to take part and action in the heavens, the earth and the ocean (=underworld). The humans, too, `held Hecate as the most honored among the immortal gods´ AND she was `from the beginnings the teacher of the young men´ (Theogonie 415/452).

She lived in a grotto, which was possibly situated on the Aegean island of Samothrake (MAASS 1974: 176). In Colchis she had a `magnificient temple´ (APOLLONIOS III, 842). Hecate was the goddess of the shamans, as well. She endowed `illustrious, secret hallowings´ (SENECA, Medea 6).

She was called `the goddess of the gate´, `the underworldly´, `the nocturnal walker/transformer´, `the terrifying goddess of conduit/breathing frantic anger into the flame-eyed dogs´, `the child of Tartaros´, `the goddess of divine necessity´ and, even, `the consumer of excrement´.

After the Christian and Greek ecclesiastical writer Eusebios (around 260-339 AD) Hecate is `the arbiter of all evil demons´, `the black´ or a `demon of fleshly rabidity´ (fleshly rabidity means just `horny-ness´;). Hecate is the mother of Circe of Italy and the aunt or mother of Medea of Colchis. She sends oppressive sleep and dreams, she causes epilepsy and mania. She could change human consciousness.

 

Hecate is a threefold goddess, appearing as three goddesses, at once: Hecate, Artemis and Selene (SPRETNAK 1984).

She has three heads: Horse, human and dog. She is connected to `her dog´ (SAVAGE 2019, KEK) Cerberos, who guards the entrance to the underworld of Hades.

 

When Heracles/Hercules pulled Cerberos out of Hades and brought him into the daylight for the first time (as a final part of his 12 labours), the frantic dog´s saliva touching the ground would spawn the first plants of henbane (Hyoscyamus) and aconite (Aconitum napellus) (PLINIUS XXVII, 4-5).

After this labour Heracles would be cleaned by Eumolpos and introduced into the Eleusinian Mysteries.

 

 

 

Well, that was a lot, at once. Maybe I will just let that sink in, before we go on to look closer at the relationship of Hera and Heracles.


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04/05/2019 2:35 pm  

Thanks Matcha! my knowledge does slip a little with age. 


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04/05/2019 3:47 pm  

Welcome, The Evil Genius! You can find all that and much more put more elegantly and precise in the book `Witchraft Medicine´ by Wolf Dieter Storl, Christian Rätsch and Claudia Müller-Ebeling, which is on sale here . I made the mistake to assume the passage about `Zeus honoring Hecate beyond all measure´ had been written by Storl, when in fact it had not been him, but Christian Rätsch. Other than this book, which on the topic of the female side of nature and psychology I can recommend as a good source material, you can find all the respective works of the classical authors mentioned, easily. So, thank these people, but do keep in mind that I called Cerberos `her (Hecate´s) dog´, because I was too lazy to translate a whole sentence from my German version.

 

With that said, let us have a closer look at the whole story of Heracles and Hera, which easily might be the epicmost warning given to men about female nature in literature. First of all, Heracles (Hercules) was the son of a mortal woman, Alcmene, and Zeus. Zeus -married to Hera- had a lot of children with a lot of different women - immortal or mortal. He was famed for his sexual notoriety. Hera, though, was very much in particular jealous and infuriated at Heracles being the halfgod-bastard of her husband and a mortal woman.

So she devoted herself to destroy Heracles.

When Heracles was (if I remember, correctly) 2 years old and lay in his little bed to take a nap, she would put two poisonous snakes into his bed to kill him without getting caught red-handed, herself. Heracles took the snakes and broke their necks. The next morning he was found using the snakes´ stiff bodies as toys. From thereon Heracles for his whole life had to fight off the vengeance of Hera, who in any way was deadset to make his life as miserable and disgraceful as possible -until she could have him killed.

What only a few seem to know, is that she in the end won!

She, a goddess, had made him, a halfgod, as miserable and disgraceful as possible - and had him -who again had for a long time succumb to her madness at this point, killed in the end, as well. How could that be? After he had renounced and repented his sins -done under the influence of her literally making him mad- with the twelve labours he completed against all odds, after dragging the hound of hell, himself, under the glowing eye of the sun. How could he have fallen, again, after all these legendary deeds of his?

He fell in love with a girl called Iole. It is that simple. He maybe cheated a little (using Odysseus´ bow at the archery contest against Iole´s brother), but won a competition that ought to have secured him the hand of this damsel. But her father, King Eurytus, declined giving him the hand of Iole, even though Heracles had won the contest, as Eurytos feared for Iole´s safety -knowing the fate of Heracles´ first wife and children.

For a while Heracles then just went and porked and married a lady called Deianira, instead, who he had once rescued from being raped by a centaur, Nessus.

But then - and this is like a soap opera - he felt drawn to Iole, again, and Heracles `to restore his damaged honor´ and to get to pork a very young chick of mesmerizing beauty besieged King Eurytos capital, took the city with force and killed Iole´s father and all her brothers, himself. (Though, to be fair, there is no first hand account of what precisely had happened to the first of her brothers, who would not survive meeting Heracles, while there was still peace time and when both had been strolling around the city `to have a little chat´ that ended with Iole´s brother having falling to his death from the city wall).

Anyway, Heracles could not marry Iole, `the prize´of besieging the city, burning down buildings and killing a lot of people in the process, including King Eurytos and his sons.

But he took her as a concubine, what raised the jealousy and fear in Deianira, who ended up believing a lie told to her by the centaur Nessus and gave Heracles a supposed aphrodisiac - and that killed him, instead of making him gravitate more towards Deianira, again.

In Ovid´s version of the epos, Iole has Heracles running around in women´s clothing, on a leash or something and has him doing women´s work and all kinds of depraved and degraded things, all the while wielding his diamond club (having him demasculated and submissioned in every conceivable way). Ovid was trying to get a certain point across to us, is my guess.

 

 

 

 


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05/05/2019 4:50 pm  

It is the females desire to destroy strong men. They are attracted to them, but then they are jealous of them. It is the emotional instability of a female, where they never really know what they want. There is no winning for a man, when it comes to females, as they will always want more and then your destruction. That is why men dying for females is considered romantic, when it is actually men just dying. 

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Thanks Matcha for the synopsis, this would be a cool multi-part movie.  Especially since Hercules ascends to godhood despite Hera's duplicitous nature.

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I still liked the movie. The wymen scene was only seconds long and all Captain Marvel did was kill Thanos' spaceship and get beat up by Thanos. I was okay with the time travel until my third time watching the movie. I watch a guy on youtube named Odin and he has many good ideas that would have been better. I think only Captain Marvel is a feminist so it is okay. It is not that bad.


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Here's a superhero for you, a woman who ISN'T an entitled shit bird.  Oh wait, the media can't show that!


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Here's a superhero for you, a woman who ISN'T an entitled shit bird.  Oh wait, the media can't show that!

I have a better one for you, they should make a female Marvel superhero, where her super power is NOT being a cunt.

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