Twitter, run by leftists, has become an Islamic company, for all intents and purposes. I was just suspended by Twitter for criticizing Marvel’s Muslim superhero comic book, Ms. Marvel. Marvel Comics publishing a pro-islam comic book that completely avoids the reality of jihad is like them publishing a German superhero comic book during World War Two, without mentioning the war going on. As an American, as an ex-Muslim who criticizes Islam, and as a cartoonist, I think it’s outrageous that Marvel publishes this comic book while Muslims are on the warpath. How they can continue publishing this comic book as Muslims continue to murder innocents is beyond me. American superheroes used to kick the asses of our enemies, and now comic book publishers kiss Islam’s ass, yet there’s almost universal silence about this cultural sell out, as if promoting a false, benign version of an enemy ideology is a normal thing for a mainstream company to do. Marvel claims that the comic book is “popular”, which is a lie, as it barely sold 13,000 copies last month. And as someone reminded me, that number doesn’t mean copies sold, but copies that were sent to comic book stores, and Marvel is known to over ship books, in order to make it appear that they sell more than they do. I also hear people say that there are stacks of Ms. Marvel in comic book stores, unsold.
And so the other day, the head of Marvel Studios, Kevin Feige, was asked by the BBC if Marvel’s Muslim superhero will appear in films alongside Captain America, Iron Man, Spider-Man, etc., and he said that she will indeed. So I took to twitter and wrote about the fact that the superheroes in Marvel films have at least a sixty year history, and they’ve stood the test of time. And yet now we’re told that a character who is selling beneath cancellation numbers, and who’s only been around for about four years, will end up on the big screen? Why? Because the leftists at Marvel Comics allowed their Muslim editor, Sana Amanat, (who wears a Yasser Arafat scarf at comic book conventions) to shoe-horn a Muslim superhero into their lineup. And the Marvel cowards, who recently cancelled low-selling SJW comic books starring female, black and gay characters, are too scared to cancel their low-selling Muslim comic book. And now the cowards at Marvel Studios are too scared to say “No” when asked if their Muslim superhero will appear in their films.
And so Twitter suspended by account for tweeting, in a reply to a Ms. Marvel fan who engaged me: “While devout Muslims commit death and destruction in the name of Islam on a daily basis. And Marvel Comics completely ignores that. Keep cheerleading for evil”
To those who tell me the obvious that “Twitter is a private company who can decide who uses their platform or not”. Yes, that’s true, but you can’t leave out the fact that Twitter claims to be “politically neutral”, while targeting those on the right for banning or shadow-banning (secretly crippling accounts of non-leftists and non-Muslims). They accuse me of “hateful conduct” and of “violence” against others, when I’ve done no such thing, and yet they’ve banned me on that false basis, while they allow Muslims who’ve threatened my life on their platform to get away with it. So yes, they can do what they want, but they’re engaged in fraud, and they should be called out for it.
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