More proof that most modern “comics” are anything but comical come in the form of their newest Islamic promotional efforts. Marvel Comics presents Kamala Khan, a 16 year-old superhero from a New Jersey, Pakistani family. Not a Pakistani Christian family, because few of them have either survived or been allowed to immigrate here.
“Kamala Khan is just an ordinary girl from Jersey City,” Marvel announces, “until she is suddenly empowered with extraordinary gifts.” To be authentic, the poor girl wouldn’t have her genitals intact and couldn’t leave her house at night without a few male sidekicks ordering her about. But what’s a little reality compared to covering for misogyny and terrorism in Islam?
Kamala is the new incarnation of Ms. Marvel, unveiled in early 2014. Older versions weren’t relevant in the war against Christianity and Western civilization, but most “superheroes” are properly realigned now. They’ve had epiphanies of progressive thought, similar to President Obama and his transcendent gay marriage downloads from the sky.
Steadily increasing numbers of Islamic protagonists in pop culture prove there’s nothing like running jets into thousands of people to improve your image. They went from nada to notorious overnight. Next week they’ll be stars. Maybe the Poles should try it.
Kamala is the brainchild of Islamic-American convert Gwendolyn Willow Wilson and other Islamic staff. A successful journalist and writer of graphic novels for teens, she lived in Egypt for years. She even interviewed the grand mufti of Egypt, Ali Gomaa. None of this is proof Wilson is a terror supporter; yet the entire Marvel enterprise reeks of entertainment to camouflage genocide, using trivialization, distancing and distraction … with great illustrations, of course.
Supposedly Kamala was born to counter “Islamophobia” in the middle of the Islamic terror war against us. Superman and the old fellows actually supported American GIs, even showing up on the battlefields. Somehow Marvel forgot to create Germanic übermenschen in capes and lederhosen to prevent outbreaks of Naziphobia. What were they thinking?
Gifted but tragically liberal artists team up to fight against women and minorities of the Middle East in many contemporary initiatives and publications, like this one. A classical Stalinist disinformation campaign, anything relevant is minimalized or labeled opposite to reality, where they do everything but tap dance around neon signs blazing “nothing is happening here … you’re imagining everything … especially if you’re in a displacement camp or cage.”
Annihilated Christians in Syria apparently aren’t worth the ink to print comic books now. Female victims in Islam are also invisible. Serious issues are identificational “struggles” of teenage Muslim immigrants. Marvel Comics has just volunteered to be another outpost in an Islamic war campaign at this point. Deflecting controversy and discussion is the entire raison d’être of Ms. “ad hoc” Marvel.
Old Archie struggled with competition and other teen angst, but he wasn’t representing a group of killers while he did it. It would be encouraging if Marvel’s Islamic “superhero” struggled against honor killings, threats, misogyny, beatings, child marriage and genital mutilation.
Large wings of Western artists feel Muslims deserve extra kudos, although they’ve nearly annihilated Christians from several nations. If this continues (and few around here seem eager to stop them), it may happen in our burgs. You can bet your last copy of the Constitution that Kamala Khan won’t be showing up in her little red tights and shamefully exhibited face to save American women and assure our rights. Western hussies.
Marvel’s artists are as skilled as ever, but how they can sleep at night – if they have an inkling what is happening in the Mid-East – is a mystery.
Speaking of places like Syria …
Ms. Marvel sternly announces in her first book, “My name is Kamal Khan and I’m here to take out the trash.” Ruins and smoking streets in the panel are like the photos of devastated towns in Syria, Nigeria and Iraq. It’s clear that actual human rights of actual humans do not concern artists, writers, editors or many patrons of Marvel Comics any longer … which is tragic.
With all the back thumping and slogans, few can make a connection anymore between, say, mass murder and uncritical support of Islam.
An example is Daily Beast’s Twitter page for May 26, 2015. Tweets raving over Ms. Marvel and various graphic-diversity efforts nest beneath a notice that Boko Haram has made a comeback with help from ISIS. What will they have Ms. Marvel do to help all the Christian girls they’ve kidnapped, raped or murdered? Let me be a prophet here – not a thing, even in imaginary space.
Kamala fights vaguely “wicked” forces (which has come to mean anything opposing the protagonist). Meanwhile subjects plaguing the planet are avoided like Ebola. Kamala’s character is Pakistani, where a few years back (in the real world) a teenage bride’s nose and lips were sliced off by her husband. Muslim police refused to help.
Ms. Marvel doesn’t handle that type of religiously-sanctioned bad guy, because her comic book world is fictional – except her religion and New Jersey. Nor do many other comic creators touch on the imminent annihilation of the free world, with the exception of ex-Muslim Bosch Fawstin. He recently won American Freedom Defense Initiative’s (AFDI) award for daring to draw Mohammed. Fawstin also produces the comic series “Pigman” where he works out his feelings about his Muslim childhood. It’s lonely work and he hasn’t had much favorable attention. Not compared to Marvel’s new cheerleader.
Voilà Kamala Khan, Islamic super heroine, making certain no one thinks, speaks or writes misleading stuff about those wild and wacky Muslim terrorists. The new Ms. Marvel caught on fast and is quite the rage. She’s received film offers and shown up at least 38 times in the comics at the tender age of 15 months.
Predictably, the Huffington Post ran a gushing promotional piece with Kamala’s debut, informing progressives exactly how to receive the new Ms. Marvel. “When Marvel Comics announced the debut of its latest superhero … it was correctly seen as a positive development.” Thanks, Huffy, for telling us how to “correctly” see things and speaking for the entire world.
But they did better than that. Faiza Patel was chosen by Huff Post to write about the new Ms. Marvel. Patel, a professional Muslim apologist, regurgitated the common types of disinformation she is paid to do: dismay that FBI targets Islamic religious conservatives for reasons she cannot possibly fathom, and so on.
Several paragraphs of deceit later, Patel waxes hopeful over a cartoon character to rehabilitate, not murderous Islam, but the people who don’t like it. “Kamala Khan” may cause people to think “Muslims can be heroes as well as villains” she claims.
Her next statements are more authentically Islamic, a “vanquishing” of anti-Muslim prejudice with “sustained and energetic efforts.” That’s what we’re fighting right now honey. May we never accept the norming of Islamic cruelty regardless of the combined onslaughts of sold-out “super heroes” and shills. With all her super powers, will Kamala Khan ever be able to drive across Saudi Arabia without her father? I doubt it.