The woke beast has Western Civilization by the throat

I keep wondering why nobody will do anything. Why won’t someone in authority do something about the constant wrecking of Western Civilization and take up the sword to defend us against the saboteurs and traitors? Is there no one who will save us and our heritage?

As a kid learning to read, I read thousands of comics. Among my favourites were the superhero comics Superman, Batman and Robin, the Phantom and others. These heroes – images of real men – were courageous, unflinching in danger, protected the weak, and made a mess of the baddies. It was impossible for me to imagine such men kissing a man. My stomach would have heaved uncontrollably. I was no different from most boys who loved their superheroes.

DC Comics, the company that publishes the Superman comics, has betrayed their constituency. They have befouled the ideal and tradition behind those wonderful fictional characters and stories, stories that kept millions of boys quiet and dreaming.

One way to counter the betrayal is to boycott DC comics product. They will feel intense pain if they lose money to their far-left campaigns, campaigns to turn Western Society on its head.


Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s the first bisexual Superman

The Australian OCTOBER 12, 2021

Superman fell for a reporter and now his son is doing the same, although this time the superhero’s love interest is a man called Jay.

DC Comics announced on Monday that the new Superman, who is the son of Clark Kent and Lois Lane, will have a romantic relationship with a male friend.

Jon Kent and budding journalist Jay Nakamura struck up a friendship in a story released in August. They will share a kiss in a comic to be published next month, the publisher said, describing Kent as “bisexual.”

“Following a scene where Superman mentally and physically burns out from trying to save everyone that he can, Jay is there to care for the Man of Steel,” DC Comics said.

The storyline will feature in “Son of Kal-El” issue five, due to hit shelves on November 9, the publisher said in a press release headlined “Jon Kent finds his identity.”

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