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Subj: Re: At this point Jane-Thor is a spiteful villain, this issue reinforces it...
Posted: Thu Dec 21, 2017 at 09:57:08 am EST (Viewed 324 times)
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Posted: Thu Dec 21, 2017 at 09:31:10 am EST (Viewed 345 times)



        Yes its a nice play on words but we know exactly why Aaron chose them so don't try to hide behind Hildegarde being 'boisterous' and 'outspoken'.


        Again, what politics does 'anti-Patriarchy' represent?

    Far Left, Feminist Politics.

It's not far-left to be anti-male dominance. It's pretty mainstream. A patriarchy is a society ruled by men, historically at the expense of women.

    Is mocking someone's disability something YOU want to see in a hero!?

Come on. Now we have to treat Thor as a disabled person? This is faux-outrage at its finest. You act as if Thor was pushed out of a wheel chair. I'm not buying.

    Again, perfect example of (the this case represented by your good self) ignoring the Primary Problem (Aaron's forced political agenda) while attacking the secondary Problem (in this case ME complaining about the former).

No, you're attacking a secondary problem as a way of venting Aaron's political viewpoint. Your attacks are weak at best, and outright ugly at worst.

    I don't support him (I'd never heard of him until you mentioned him a week or so ago), but I still have a problem with Aaron's preaching (just as you do with Mr Moore's).

If Alonso or Aaron are the left-wing equivalent of Moore, if that's your best example, then I'm not worried about a left-wing problem. Their views are pretty mainstream. Even most conservatives are generally on-board. It's the anti-female loonies on the fringe, who think that the world should be a white male patriarchy, that are being politically offended.

    Its certainly Aaron's opinion though. Men = Bad, Weak & Violent. Women = Good, Strong & Peacemakers.

No, a patriarchy is bad. That's a mainstream opinion.

    All three are formerly heroic characters.

    Odin = Wise, benevolent Ruler
    Thor = Strong, confident Hero
    Volstagg = Comedic, Timid Sidekick with a heart of gold

The only point you have is with regard to Odin, but that ship sailed before Aaron. This depiction of Odin couldn't be sold without his predecessors.

    No one cares whether they are a woman or not as long as they do a good job.

And yet you advocate for a patriarchy.

    But if we play the Left's Identity Politics Game then had they been four men in the top positions it would be another example of The Patriarchy and inherently sexist, misogynist, unrepresentative and so forth. Lol. That's the one-sided agenda Aaron has bought into.

Don't play the 'identity politics' card with me. We've been over this. The right-wing has been playing white identity politics since forever. Certainly longer than I've been alive.

    Stop being so naive. Aaron's use of the term Patriarchy is pure Left-Wing Agenda. You know it and I know it.

I am against a patriarchy, and so are the majority of civilized people.

    Aaron's forcing HIS (far left) politics into a title (historically) with characters he didn't create - that's the turn off.

You don't like this run. Sit it out. What you are complaining about -- patriarchy, diversity, diminishing role of white straight males -- that speaks more about you than Aaron.

We could probably have a meeting of the minds on certain aspects of Aaron's run. There is some stuff he has done that I think has permanently and irreparably damaged Thor. But you focus on political stuff, as is your right, and thus we can't discuss content. It's a shame.

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