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Cmvmool

In Reply To
Lance Eason

Subj: Would Namor Be next on the Hulk's hit list ?
Posted: Sat Jul 21, 2007 at 08:41:08 pm EDT
Reply Subj: Re: WWH Proves Illuminati was correct.
Posted: Sat Jul 21, 2007 at 08:12:01 pm EDT

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> > > The whole premise, lately, in these stories is bringing in what would happen in the real world. In the real world, a guy who got out of control and turned into a monster and could level a city with his power,would be killed. What the illuminati did seems reasonable, and Bruce Banner should have been cured a long time ago if he really cared about other people, or exiled himself. It's unreasonable to the nth degree to think entire populations have to bend over and get hit cause Hulk wants to 'smash' on occasion. Talk about being above the law? *rhe*
> >
> > The Illuminati basically tried to stop a hurricane only to turn it into the Perfect Storm. You can't kill the Hulk, and when he's just savage you have at least a chance of calming him down, now there is no calming him down and he's a much bigger threat that populations don't just bend over, they run for their lives.
>
> Which proves his point, surely? *rhe*

Not really. The Illuminati are supposed to be problem solvers, correct?
Their goal isn't to punish the Hulk, it's to protect the earth.
If they did what they thought was right to protect the earth, and the earth is in greater danger because of it, then they weren't right at all.

Namor even knew this beforehand. He warned them. And he couldn't even have foreseen what would happen on Sakaar or what would happen to the people there.

And I don't think it was Namor taking the Hulk's side over the rest of the Illuminati.
I think, as an outsider who has been in the "menace" category himself, he may have had sympathy or empathy, and he clearly had some moral issues with their decision.
But, historically, he has had less use for the Hulk than the others have; he only begrudgingly accepts his presence in the Defenders. And he told Amadeus Cho that the Hulk has no friends and is "a maniac, beyond reason or honor".
So, I don't think his differing opinion from the others was because he is on the Hulk's "side".

I think his primary point was, "this won't work, he'll come back, he'll be really mad, he'll kill you all".

He didn't mention the rest of the earth being endangered (and seemed surprised at the Hulk's later announcement), but if one was to take his warning to heart, picturing an extra mad Hulk returning to earth kind of leads to the realization that his threat to the populace will be enhanced.


> "LOL ...LMAO...*wink*... Guffaw... *sigh*..." (etc etc...)

> > > > The whole premise, lately, in these stories is bringing in what would happen in the real world. In the real world, a guy who got out of control and turned into a monster and could level a city with his power,would be killed. What the illuminati did seems reasonable, and Bruce Banner should have been cured a long time ago if he really cared about other people, or exiled himself. It's unreasonable to the nth degree to think entire populations have to bend over and get hit cause Hulk wants to 'smash' on occasion. Talk about being above the law? *rhe*
> > >
> > > The Illuminati basically tried to stop a hurricane only to turn it into the Perfect Storm. You can't kill the Hulk, and when he's just savage you have at least a chance of calming him down, now there is no calming him down and he's a much bigger threat that populations don't just bend over, they run for their lives.
> >
> > Which proves his point, surely? *rhe*
>
> Not really. The Illuminati are supposed to be problem solvers, correct?
> Their goal isn't to punish the Hulk, it's to protect the earth.
> If they did what they thought was right to protect the earth, and the earth is in greater danger because of it, then they weren't right at all.
>
> Namor even knew this beforehand. He warned them. And he couldn't even have foreseen what would happen on Sakaar or what would happen to the people there.
>
> And I don't think it was Namor taking the Hulk's side over the rest of the Illuminati.
> I think, as an outsider who has been in the "menace" category himself, he may have had sympathy or empathy, and he clearly had some moral issues with their decision.
> But, historically, he has had less use for the Hulk than the others have; he only begrudgingly accepts his presence in the Defenders. And he told Amadeus Cho that the Hulk has no friends and is "a maniac, beyond reason or honor".
> So, I don't think his differing opinion from the others was because he is on the Hulk's "side".
>
> I think his primary point was, "this won't work, he'll come back, he'll be really mad, he'll kill you all".
>
> He didn't mention the rest of the earth being endangered (and seemed surprised at the Hulk's later announcement), but if one was to take his warning to heart, picturing an extra mad Hulk returning to earth kind of leads to the realization that his threat to the populace will be enhanced.
>
>
> > "LOL ...LMAO...*wink*... Guffaw... *sigh*..." (etc etc...)

Now when you state something like that it makes me think that the Hulk is going to visit Namor to get his view of the exile and ask why did he voted against the Illuminati ? :-/

I think that he would say just what you have stated. \:\-\)


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