So the Comics Kike has at last gone off to join his father in the depths of hell, but there is still a very important question that needs to be answered for the good of all humanity (even for non-Whites):
How are these Jews living well into their 90’s despite having serious health problems that would floor the average Goy?
Was there some sort of deal made when they howled for the blood of Jesus Christ on a dark day so long ago?
Was it a promise to guarantee to fulfill the agenda of Satan himself in exchange for longer than average lifespans?
Please note that I’m being totally serious about this – I would really like to understand the reasons for this strange phenomenon.
Stan Lee, a writer and editor often credited with helping American comics grow up by redefining the notion of a superhero, including the self-doubting Spider-Man, the bickering Fantastic Four, the swaggering Iron Man and the raging Incredible Hulk, died Nov. 12 at a hospital in Los Angeles. He was 95.
An attorney for Mr. Lee’s daughter confirmed the death in a statement. The cause was not immediately available.
Mr. Lee’s name became synonymous with the company that would become Marvel Comics, which he joined as a teenage assistant and stayed with for much of his adult life.
After toiling in comics for 20 years as a self-described hack, on the verge of quitting the business, he was ordered by his boss to emulate a line of superheroes done by rival DC Comics. Mr. Lee’s full-color, morally complex heroes helped foster a revival in a largely moribund profession.
Comics had entered a dark age after Senate hearings in the early 1950s that condemned the trade for contributing to juvenile delinquency. What followed was a “comics code” to monitor standards and ban content deemed immoral and unsuitable for children.
This was back in the semi-Golden Days – a time that saw the State attempting to curb degeneracy and subversion that was already looming on the horizon thanks to the admission of Jews into the United States.
In the ’60s, Mr. Lee took a distinctly new approach to characters and setting, as well as to the very interaction with readers who had grown used to comics that were aimed solely at a younger audience and that featured flawless, square-jawed heroes who had uncomplicated morals.
And deep down, even in those Jews like Stanley Lieber who were not as destructive as some of their brethren, there lies a fear and a loathing of all that the White Hero stands for.
The White Hero (even those from times as distant as Ancient Greece and Rome) is a threat to the Jew – therefore it becomes a prime mission to destroy the concept of the hero itself.
Michael Chabon, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of the comic-book-themed novel “The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay,” said in an interview that Mr. Lee’s best-known characters were “vain, pompous, conceited. .?.?. Everything that works in comic books today is indebted to him for that.”
So Lieber’s most famous contribution was to turn simple heroes for children into Jewish caricatures – complete with mental illness and defective traits that are best suppressed or eliminated from White societies.
“There’s no question that Stan and the innovations he came up with saved the comic book and the superhero,” Tom Brevoort, Marvel’s senior vice president of publishing, told The Washington Post in 2011. “By crafting characters with feet of clay and personal problems — and not writing down to an audience that was perceived to be primarily 8-year-olds — Stan opened the doorway for more sophisticated and interesting treatments of any subject matter in comics. He made comics interesting and relevant and fun again.”
Lee told The Post in 2012: “All of our characters were freaks in their own way. The greatest example was with X-Men — they were hated because they were different. The idea I had, the underlying theme, was that just because somebody is different doesn’t make them better. .?.?. That seems to be the worst thing in human nature.”
You may say that Lieber was not as bad as Jewish porn directors, or as dangerous as Jewish political donors, but perhaps we should take a trip down memory lane to see just what exactly drove this aging old Semite throughout his generations-long career.
Gentlemen (and women), I present to you a letter penned way back in 1968, and one that was reaffirmed by Stanley as late as the week after Charlottesville:
“Let’s lay it right on the line. Bigotry and racism are among the deadliest social ills plaguing the world today. But, unlike a team of costumed super-villains, they can’t be halted with a punch in the snoot, or a zap from a ray gun. The only way to destroy them is to expose them—to reveal them for the insidious evils they really are. The bigot is an unreasoning hater—one who hates blindly, fanatically, indiscriminately. If his hang-up is black men, he hates ALL black men. If a redhead once offended him, he hates ALL redheads. If some foreigner beat him to a job, he’s down on ALL foreigners. He hates people he’s never seen—people he’s never known—with equal intensity—with equal venom.
Now, we’re not trying to say it’s unreasonable for one human being to bug another. But, although anyone has the right to dislike another individual, it’s totally irrational, patently insane to condemn an entire race—to despise an entire nation—to vilify an entire religion. Sooner or later, we must learn to judge each other on our own merits. Sooner or later, if man is ever to be worthy of his destiny, we must fill out hearts with tolerance. For then, and only then, will we be truly worthy of the concept that man was created in the image of God–a God who calls us ALL—His children.”