What’s unusual about this statement isn’t just that it comes a day before the release of Secret Empire
No. 1 (actually the series’ second issue — it launched with No. 0 last
month), but that it feels at odds with the story as written to date.
Under the current version of Steve Rogers’ history, his “core values”
were instilled by Hydra since childhood, leading him to collaborate with
the Nazis and sabotage the Allies’ efforts in World War II; in terms of
Secret Empire itself, he’s plotted and executed a Hydra
takeover of the United States that has left many he pretended to be
friends with for dead, not to mention actively trying to murder others
to further the Hydra cause. Why didn’t his “heart and soul” kick in
during any of these previous events…?
Perhaps that is reason enough to keep reading Secret Empire: to
discover what is more morally repugnant to a brainwashed Captain
America than working to ensure a fascist takeover of the world on two separate occasions.
I love that Marvel has hit a point where it needed to release a statement about this. And that even the Hollywood Reporter isn’t buying into their shit.
The reason women like Dita von Teese so much? Because no one ever doubted she was doing all this corset and Noir and fashion stuff for her own personal edification and satisfaction. It was all about what SHE liked and got off on.
She forced men into simply being supporting players in her fantasies.
maybe this time (cabaret) // buddie beware (anything goes) // hold on (the secret garden) // i want to go to hollywood (grand hotel) // a trip to the library (she loves me) // the ladies who lunch (company) // day by day (godspell) // always true to you in my fashion (kiss me kate) // i’m going back (bells are ringing) // he’s the wizard (the wiz) // muqin (thoroughly modern millie) // last midnight (into the woods) // days of plenty (little women) // a little less conversation (all shook up) // as we stumble along (the drowsy chaperone) // there are worse things i could do (grease) // calm (ordinary days) // ireland (legally blonde) // send in the clowns (a little night music) // like it was (merrily we roll along) // no time at all (pippin) // stepsister’s lament (cinderella)
The time is ripe to call out NASA - and indeed the entire international space industry - for the astronomical hoax that it is, from start to finish. None of the advertised American NASA space exploits (or any other nation’s) is in the least believable - for a multitude of reasons - including space travel is impossible (no rockets can be propelled in the absence of air, let alone switch off their engines and keep orbiting indefinitely and “for free” around our planet at hypersonic speeds!)
These tall tales of “space conquests” were (and still are to this day) sold to the public via mass propaganda campaigns which rely primarily on the subterfuge of feeding the TV-addicted masses with a constant flow of phony imagery, created with very real and exploitable technologies available to mankind since the early 1900’s: photographic doctoring - in all of its forms.
NASA, as many of us have suspected for decades now, truly appears to be nothing but an extended “Hollywood production” sold to the public as reality. Yet, although millions of people today do not buy into NASA’s purported moon landings, most will stop short of considering / or logically realizing that NASA, throughout its existence, never became a serious scientific enterprise - but has quite simply kept deceiving the public to this very day with increasingly sophisticated, fake / fictitious “Hollywood-grade” imagery.
“Space may be the final frontier, but it’s made in a Hollywood basement” – Red Hot Chili Peppers