May 9, 2016

YOU JUST CAN'T SELL TRANSNATIONALISM TO AMERICA:

The Conservative Lessons of 'Captain America' (Daniel Woltornist, May 09, 2016, Daily Signal)

Despite the best attempts of villains in previous Avengers movies, the film begins with earth in one piece. The world isn't occupied by Loki or an alien army--thanks to the Avengers. (In a universe of super-powered baddies, that's not a short order.)

Does this mean that the bad guys aren't doing bad things? Certainly not, the Avengers have consistent hero housekeeping tasks to maintain the status-quo, which sometimes proves messy.

But before you know it--the U.N. is knocking at the Avengers' front door telling them that they aren't doing a good enough job staving off world catastrophes like alien invasions and complete annihilation.

To force the Avengers to do their job better, the "Sokovia Accords" are signed by 117 countries to put the Avengers under U.N. jurisdiction. This is a great idea because when aliens invade next, let's have the U.N. debate if the Avengers should fight the alien invasion. If it turns out anything like regular U.N. deliberations, the Avengers would never be used again because Russia or China negotiated a backroom deal with the aliens so that they would be global governors in the new alien world order.

Posted by at May 9, 2016 7:27 PM

  

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