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I’m tempted to make a joke about the new Wakanda’s greatest enemy being people who can swim, but I won’t. Wakanda Forever, the sequel to Black Panther, is pathetic. Literally. I pitied the actors, writers, and above all the movie-goers who apparently love this series. The black nationalism and anti-white scorn are mediocre. We should be thankful Disney and other conglomerates will never appeal to white identity in the same way. If this is how non-whites get self-esteem, you have to feel sorry for them.

Black Panther may have been hostile to whites, but at least there were real characters, a compelling story, and construction of a plausible world (at least for a comic-book movie.) This film needs almost three hours to work out its racial cliches. The film’s plot holes, pacing problems, and tedious exposition make you feel every minute. This must be the most boring movie I’ve ever seen.

Critics gave Black Panther overwhelmingly positive reviews, perhaps out of fear or political obligation. Wakanda Forever’s reviews are just as excited — I suspect it’s pure politics.

Wakanda Forever finds the mythical black superstate in mourning because King T’Challa, the Black Panther, is dead. Without T’Challa to fight it off, the rest of the world wants Wakanda’s “vibranium,” the metal that powers its weapons and technology.

Racial portrayals are heavy-handed. All whites are bad, with one exception, CIA Agent Everett Ross (Martin Freeman), who is tolerated because he betrays other whites. Wakanda and the pseudo-Mayan underwater kingdom of “Talokan” are the most powerful nations in the world, but the film also implies whites that want to reintroduce colonialism. This must be the way many non-whites think: Whites are weak and goofy but still oppress everyone.

The film may be falling back on cliches to fill the void left by the unexpected death of the star of the first Wakanda movie, Chadwick Boseman. The film begins and ends with tasteful tributes to Boseman that do not interrupt what little plot there is. It’s everything in between that is a wreck.

At the end of the first film, King T’Challa announced Wakanda would open to the world. The king rejected isolationist traditions and chose peaceful outreach instead of empire. His character had development.

In the new movie, that’s all gone. Instead, now-Queen Ramonda contemptuously tells the United Nations that Wakanda will not share vibranium. France, for some reason using “mercenaries” instead of soldiers, tries to steal the stuff, but Wakanda’s all-female (and bald) elite guard easily defeats the all-white band of thieves. Queen Ramonda parades the embarrassed French captives before the UN, and tells the world good luck finding vibranium.

Angela Bassett as Queen Ramonda. Credit: MARVEL STUDIOS/WALT DISNEY PICTURES / Album
Angela Bassett as Queen Ramonda. Credit: MARVEL STUDIOS/WALT DISNEY PICTURES / Album

Americans find vibranium on the ocean floor, but they meet antagonist Namor, leader of a mythical Latinx sea kingdom, who leads his underwater forces against an American base, killing everyone. In a movie that spends a lot of time mourning Wakandan casualties, slaughtered white Americans get as much attention as dead mosquitos.

Tenoch Huerta as Namor. Credit: MARVEL STUDIOS/WALT DISNEY PICTURES / Album
Tenoch Huerta as Namor. Credit: MARVEL STUDIOS/WALT DISNEY PICTURES / Album

Stupid American whites can’t even find vibranium by themselves. They need the young black female supergenius, Riri Williams, who built a vibranium-finding machine while still a student at MIT. She speaks Ebonics and ghetto slang, but she’s so smart her professors can’t keep up with her, and no one can even copy her machine. Wakanda didn’t need the machine; she invented it as a lark. “To be young, gifted, and black though, right?” she says.

Namor sneaks across Wakanda’s heavily guarded borders and tells Queen Ramonda she must find the person who designed the machine. It’s not clear why Namor thinks capturing or killing this person would stop other countries from looking for vibranium.

Shuri, the dead T’challa’s young sister, and elite woman warrior Okoye go to America and find the genius, who is disappointed she’s not being recruited to work for Wakanda. Instead, she’s to be taken to Wakanda to keep her safe. The FBI and local police try to catch the three women, but they escape. There is a chase with police cars being blown sky high, presumably killing everyone inside.

While hapless Americans can’t catch the three black heroes, Namor can. Leading his people on a whale, he captures Shuri and Riri Williams. Okoye escapes but returns to Wakanda empty-handed and in disgrace. She begs for a chance to die “serving my country and throne.”

Namor gives Shuri a tour of his underwater kingdom and explains his Latin American origins. Evil Spaniards brought smallpox and a “bigoted dogma,” which ruined his people. They took a drug made from a plant infused with vibranium, which turned them blue and gave them the powers to build a secret new kingdom beneath the sea. Since Namor’s mother was pregnant when she took the drug, Namor can operate both in the sea and on land. He can also fly and is practically immortal.

His people call him the “Feathered Serpent God,” the same title the Aztec god Quetzalcoatl held. The kingdom is called Talokun, a reference to the Aztec paradise Tlālōcān. If Wakanda is the idealized black kingdom, Talokun is the pan-Hispanic kingdom. The film spends a lot of time in this paradise, but it doesn’t match Wakanda. It’s just scenes of blue people swimming around, like a knock-off of Avatar.

When Namor’s mother died, he buried her in her native soil. There he found Spanish conquistadors whipping people. He dutifully slaughtered them all. He wants an alliance with Wakanda against the “surface people,” who are the white nations that have “conquered people for resources.” One suspects Shuri might be open to this, but Namor also wants Riri Williams dead so whites won’t be able to find vibranium. Williams is black, so Shuri can’t agree to that.

Back in Wakanda, the queen turns to T’Challa’s former girlfriend Nakia to rescue her daughter Shuri. Nakia rescues both Shuri and the black genius Williams, but kills some of Namor’s people. Namor unleashes a flood against Wakanda, destroying the capital and killing the queen. Namor says he’ll give Wakanda a week to reconsider his offer of alliance.

Luckily, Wakanda now has two young female super geniuses. Together, Shuri and Williams create an artificial version of the “heart shaped herb” that gave T’Challa, the original Black Panther, his power. Shuri takes it and gains its strength. Eager for vengeance, the new Black Panther rallies her nation for war.

Somehow, Shuri also has also become a skilled martial artist, but Actress Letitia Wright isn’t a credible action star. Led by this uninspiring champion, the film’s climax is a boring battle between two small groups. Despite supposedly being the “most powerful nation on Earth,” the Wakandan army has only a few technologically advanced airships and a few dozen warriors.

Angela Bassett and Letitia Wright in Wakanda Forever. Credit: MARVEL STUDIOS/WALT DISNEY PICTURES / Album
Angela Bassett and Letitia Wright in Wakanda Forever. Credit: MARVEL STUDIOS/WALT DISNEY PICTURES / Album

Somehow, Shuri overpowers Namor but spares him because she recognizes that both peoples just want to live in peace. Wakanda will protect the secret of Namor’s undersea kingdom. But what was the point of the war? Just to save Riri Williams? Were the deaths of many others (including the queen) a worthy sacrifice? If Wakanda is going to have an alliance with Namor, why fight at all?

There is a larger context. In the first movie, King T’Challa had the choice between his girlfriend Nakia’s peaceful outreach and Killmonger’s militarism. The king chose an open hand instead of closed fist. However, in Wakanda Forever, Wakanda lectures the rest of the world about its power, keeps the most valuable mineral in the world for itself, and sets up an alliance with a secret kingdom that claims sovereignty over the entire ocean so it can hoard vibranium. It launches violent missions against other countries.

Shuri does spare Namor’s life, but only because their two peoples are united against (white) colonialism. At the end of the movie, Namor says Wakanda will have to fight alongside Talokun, presumably against the West. We never see China, India, or other non-white powers looking for vibranium.

What about the United States? Agent Ross is a recurring white character, who work with Wakandans. He feeds them information, and helps them take away Riri Williams, though she’s the only person who can build the machine America needs.

It’s because he thinks Wakandans are better than Americans. “The Wakandans saved my life,” he says to his boss at one point. “They’re good people. . . . Ever thought what we would be doing if the U.S. was the only country in the world with vibranium?” His boss responds that she dreams about that — presumably world domination and exploitation. Eventually, Agent Ross is arrested for treason. Black Wakandan superwoman Okoye frees him — and kills a lot of white people while she’s at it — but not before laughing at him and calling him a “colonizer in chains.”

The racial marketing is clear. Hispanics now have a Marvel fantasyland, alongside blacks’ Wakanda and an Asians paradise in Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. There’s no diversity in any of those places! They are true ethnostates. Whites have nothing of their own in the world of Marvel, and not even in Middle Earth in the new Amazon series. There are plenty of white characters, but no white settings, and main characters who used to be white are gradually being killed off or replaced with non-whites. If “representation” and “being seen” really matter, white children are being told they exist only as goofy weaklings who have no country, culture, or mythology.

In contrast, even the villain in Wakanda Forever is a triumph for Hispanics. The Spanish are demons and the Indians are angels. “[E]ven with his [Namor’s] miscalculations,” said Vox about Wakanda Forever, “it’s hard to walk away from watching the movie without sharing Namor’s sense of pride in what he has built for his people.” Can you imagine Vox saying that about any white character building something for “his people”?

The film ends with a brown-black alliance. Cruz Castillo of the National Hispanic Media Coalition wrote this about Wakanda Forever: “Black and brown communities going hand-in-hand, pulling one up and the other pulling the other, you know . . . . I think that’s the progress. I think it’s going to change everything.”

Star Tenoch Huerta Mejía, who plays Namor, has been complaining that Hispanic television is too white and that “Mexico looks on the TV like a Scandinavian country.” (Actually, Hispanic television has fewer Somalis.) Mr. Mejía is also promoting the idea that “America’s a continent” (instead of a country) and that “we’re all of us, we’re Americans.” (I predict that Americans calling themselves “Americans” will soon be considered offensive).

Where do whites fit into all this? Could we see an evil version of a whitetopia popping up so Namor and the new female Black Panther have someone to fight? Not likely. Even an implicit white identity, like being American, is no good. When Marvel began with The Avengers in 2012, the United States military didn’t cooperate because the heroes — not even Captain America — were fighting for America. They fought for a shadowy international organization. Wakandans, of course, fight bravely for the all-black nation they love. And when Queen Ramonda berates the UN, it’s the first time I can remember a movie showing the General Assembly in a bad light.

We probably won’t see evil, fantasy all-white nations. Any collective white representation, even a negative one, might give whites the wrong idea. But Western countries with white politicians, soldiers, and bureaucrats will no doubt be the Black Panther’s next enemy. She can slaughter individual whites, but there can never be a “white country,” no matter how evil.

What’s the effect of Black Panther on blacks? Much as it may thrill them, it’s the same phony, lap-dog “black nationalism” of Keith Ellison, Hank Johnson, and the later Malcolm X. It’s all part of the system, sustained by white guilt and white money. When blacks buy a movie ticket from Disney, it’s hardly a blow for autonomy. If black nationalists weren’t too busy screaming “Wakanda Forever!” they would be insulted that Big Mouse is making millions on non-white racial fantasy.

There can never be a movieland white identity. A plausible white villain could always become an antihero. We can feel sorry for blacks, Hispanics, and other groups searching for meaning at the movie theater. Disney and other corporate media can’t deal with our identity because our movement is serious — a threat in the way nothing else is. Non-white nationalism is bread and circuses to keep the rabble calm. Our culture is not a costume; you can buy a Black Panther mask at Walmart.

Racially conscious whites work towards something new in the real word. Black (and now Hispanic) children are getting their self-esteem from fantasy that only highlights real-world failures. Why can’t blacks build Wakanda?

White identity can’t be turned into a grift, a marketing scam, or cheap entertainment. We pay a high price for what we do, and that makes our movement real. Modern “civil rights activism” is a farce.

In Wakanda Forever, non-whites have become a consumer market tapped at will. It is harder to get whites to think collectively, but that will lead to greatness in the real world. We don’t need to invent heroism or accomplishment.

(Republished from American Renaissance by permission of author or representative)
 
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  1. Wokechoke says:

    The only difference between these wakanda movies and Ye’s recent antics is that Ye is Bix Nooding about Jews to make whites look bad, while the film Bix Noods about Whites to make whites look bad.

  2. Biff says:

    I was feeling sorry for you wasting your time writing about this movie then I realized what I was doing.

  3. Anonymous[192] • Disclaimer says:

    “… Wakanda’s all female, (and bald), and elite guards ….”

    Better not tell Will Smith about that.

    • LOL: Realist
  4. This sounds like the funniest comedy

    • Replies: @Director95
  5. Luckily, Wakanda now has two young female super geniuses.

    I’m still anxiously awaiting the Good Willshawna Hunting remake/sequel.

    I’m sure Disney would be the perfect entity to set that record straight. It could be a sort of cross between Hidden Figures, and Coming To America.

    • Replies: @Meretricious
    , @Truth
  6. Anonymous[334] • Disclaimer says:

    Even the black leftists at BlackAgendaReport hated this movie. I don’t know anyone that liked it lol.

    • Replies: @Meretricious
  7. @Philmuhcrevis

    yawzaa–datz fine idea honkie! “Fine Willshawnaz Hunting!”

    • Replies: @Philmuhcrevis
  8. @Anonymous

    Black Agenda Report is a good publication

  9. I tried watching Black Panther but 30 minutes in I found it incredibly boring so I stopped. This sequel just sounds like so much negrocity no way could I watch it.

  10. @Priss Factor

    Too bad it is missing Steppin Fetchit, the greatest black actor of all times.
    Of course, he would be the Kaaang.

    • Replies: @Legba
    , @sarz
  11. @Biff

    Pretty much sums up the Internet in one sentence.

  12. Realist says:

    I’m tempted to make a joke about the new Wakanda’s greatest enemy being people who can swim,…

    or reason.

    All whites are bad, with one exception, CIA Agent Everett Ross (Martin Freeman), who is tolerated because he betrays other whites.

    Yes, it is rare to find a CIA agent that would betray Whites.

    • Replies: @Wokechoke
  13. Truth says:

    I’m tempted to make a joke about the new Wakanda’s greatest enemy being people who can swim, but I won’t. Wakanda Forever, the sequel to Black Panther, is pathetic. Literally. I pitied the actors, writers, and above all the movie-goers who apparently love this series.

    Is there some good reason that a grown man spends his time watching movies were men in skin tight outfits with capes fly through walls, and eviscerate each other with laser beams projected from their eyes?

    https://www.boxofficemojo.com/release/rl3573908993/

  14. Truth says:
    @Philmuhcrevis

    I’m still anxiously awaiting the Good Willshawna Hunting remake/sequel.

    A movie about a failed 50 year old physicist, turned public high school physics instructor and a construction worker collecting disability because he fell off a scaffold.

    Sounds like a smash hit!

    • Replies: @Philmuhcrevis
  15. Realist says:

    Stupid American whites can’t even find vibranium by themselves. They need the young black female supergenius, Riri Williams, who built a vibranium-finding machine while still a student at MIT. She speaks Ebonics and ghetto slang, but she’s so smart her professors can’t keep up with her, and no one can even copy her machine. Wakanda didn’t need the machine; she invented it as a lark. “To be young, gifted, and black though, right?” she says.

    It must be very disheartening for blacks to realize they are members of the most cognitively deficient race on the planet…and must attempt to bolster their self-esteem through fantasy.

    • Agree: Female in Fl
  16. A. Clifton says: • Website

    ….flashback…..Tarzan Movie on a Rainy afternoon in Memphis right after….

    “STUDIO WRESTLING” !!!!

    nothing from “Hollywood” could beat that.

  17. Legba says:
    @Director95

    No, it’s the cook in that ‘3 stooges’ where the stooges are plumbers at the rich lady’s house

  18. @Truth

    A movie about a failed 50 year old physicist, turned public high school physics instructor and a construction worker collecting disability because he fell off a scaffold.

    Do you ever say anything that makes any sense?

    • Agree: anonymouseperson
    • Replies: @Truth
  19. @Meretricious

    yawzaa–datz fine idea honkie! “Fine Willshawnaz Hunting!”

    So much for sarcasm, I guess..

  20. Truth says:
    @Philmuhcrevis

    No.

    Unless your IQ is over Minneapolis summer room temperature.

    • Replies: @Philmuhcrevis
  21. anonymous[403] • Disclaimer says:

    Greg,

    Sorry you had to review this latest woke propaganda fantasy piece, I mean, movie.

    • Replies: @James J. O'Meara
  22. Truth says:

    Sorry you had to review this latest woke propaganda fantasy piece, I mean, movie.

    Fantasy peice… ah-hem… Yes..

  23. @Truth

    No.

    Unless your IQ is over Minneapolis summer room temperature.

    What a shocker, another pathetic attempt a humor. There’s nothing more sad than someone that thinks they’re funny and smart, but fail miserably at both.

    • LOL: Truth
    • Replies: @Truth
  24. If you’re dumb enough to watch a (((marvel movie))) for any reason at all, then you deserve it.

    • Agree: Truth
    • Replies: @Jimm
  25. Truth says:
    @Philmuhcrevis

    Well, you fail miserably without putting in any effort.

    https://www.youtube.com/shorts/0hr1I6HbQTY

    • Replies: @Philmuhcrevis
  26. Jimm says:
    @spacewanderer

    “If you’re dumb enough to watch a (((marvel movie))) for any reason at all…”

    Indeed. My understanding is that there’s a shit-ton of Israelis in their senior positions…

  27. Has anybody else noticed that the self-styled “Wakanda salute” (both arms crossed across the chest) is the dumbest salute of all time, invented by people who are supposed to be the smartest people of all time?

    A salute is with one arm or hand, because presumably you are holding your weapon — a sword, a spear, a rifle — with the other hand. Or at least need to have it free and ready to draw if necessary. The Wakanda salute says, I am unarmed, go ahead and shoot me.

    Also, always point out to black nationalists that Wakanda and its mythos were, as usual, invented by a pair of Jews. You guys can’t even put up your own mythology; even at least the [not really] racist crackpot HP Lovecraft came up with Cthulhu and his gang on his own steam.

    • Agree: Female in Fl, AceDeuce
    • Replies: @Female in Fl
    , @Truth
    , @AceDeuce
  28. @Legba

    A classic! At first I thought that was Mantan Moreland, but turns out it’s Dudley Dickerson, who apparently specialized in cooks and Pullman porters.

    https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0225414/?ref_=tt_cl_t_8

    They were both in Green Pastures, but I think every black in Hollywood was too.

    Black folks used to have great names, along with great taste in suits and shoes. Part of the lost fabric of American popular culture.

    • Agree: Legba, Clark Kent
  29. @anonymous

    The Little Platoon guy on YT has a two part, I guess two hour long analysis of why it sucks so bad. WF (which he calls Wakanda II, Electric Boogaloo) seems to attract Rightist critics, helplessly sucked by this gigantic black hole of stupidity.

    The tie-in with Boseman’s death makes it hard to mock outright, but otherwise, it should get the “so bad it’s good” treatment, like Showgirls, which apparently was intended by Verhoeven and Esterhazy to be a gritty, no-nonsense look at Vegas. Really. They thought it made sense. At least Richard O’Brien of Rocky Horror knew exactly what he was doing.

  30. I found the first Black Panther movie to be mildly enjoyable, muck better than I expected. The sad thing was seeing black pundits pretending it was real.

  31. Truth says:
    @The Germ Theory of Disease

    Well, the original salute was two knights on horseback raising their faceshields. Do you see a lot of knights lance-fighting anymore?

  32. I sure as hell won’t be spending my money on this piece of feces.

    • Agree: René Fries
  33. sarz says:
    @Director95

    Steppin Fetchit pulled the Sambo so far everything turned upside-down. A genius. You couldn’t help laughing but you knew the joke was on you.

  34. G. Poulin says:
    @Legba

    That guy was great. He was even funnier than Curly in that flick, and that’s saying something.

  35. @Truth

    Well, you fail miserably without putting in any effort.

    Yet another pathetic retort. Incorrect, stupid and the antonym of your screen name.

  36. @Truth

    Well, the original salute was two knights on horseback raising their faceshields. Do you see a lot of knights lance-fighting anymore?

    No shit master of the obvious but the premise is still the same, respect and an open hand gesture meaning no threat.

    • Replies: @Truth
  37. Truth says:
    @Philmuhcrevis

    …And how exactly is one folding his arms across his chest implying a threat?

    Old Sport, you really aren’t very bright. I’m not the first one telling you this, am I.

    I get the feeling you must have had a rich daddy who paid school officials off.

    • Replies: @Philmuhcrevis
  38. KenH says:

    There are no calls in the Jewish owned media to diversify Wakanda or the LatinX underwater kingdom. No characterizations of either as insufferably black or insufferably brown. Ethnostates are really, really good for blacks and browns but if whites want one they are white supremacist shitheads and losers.

    Most blacks and browns are so witless that they don’t even realize that they need Hollywood Jews and whites to create their racial fantasies for them. They lack the imaginations to create their own.

    Wakanda Forever and this whole Black Panther series is really just a black, and to a lesser extent brown, Dirty Harry and anti-white snuff films dressed up as fanatasy. Whites are depicted as evil and suspect beings who steal advanced technology from angelic blacks and browns and who rely on negro genius and geniuses.

    It’s really bothersome that it’s doing so well at the box office. But one reason is that if you saw the first installment you need feel the need to see the second installment. Already some negro viewers have come away not that impressed with the sequel.

  39. @Truth

    And how exactly is one folding his arms across his chest implying a threat?

    You just can’t help it can you? Where did I mention anything about the stupidity of that movie, which I didn’t see? You should write children’s books, your ability to infer and imagine what isn’t there is amazing.

    I was talking about this comment.

    Do you see a lot of knights lance-fighting anymore?

    • Replies: @Truth
  40. AceDeuce says:
    @The Germ Theory of Disease

    Also, always point out to black nationalists that Wakanda and its mythos were, as usual, invented by a pair of Jews.

    Many fictional popular culture nigro icons, from John Shaft to Virgil Tibbs, were the brainchild of Whites. Many of the beloved gospel hymns that nigros sing before they leave church and commence their nonstop sinning were written by Whites. Many of the “soul” classic songs from the 1950s/60s/70s were written by Whites. I remember hearing some moron bloviating a couple of months ago about how Michael Ped0 [email protected]’s amazing “black musical achievement” with Thriller in the 1980s.

    Ped0 [email protected]’s arguably two best albums were Off the Wall and Thriller. Of the songs on those two albums, more than half were written by Whites–not to mention the technical contributions made by them.

    Nigros thrive on lies.

  41. @Truth

    No retort or reply involved, it’s just that you seem like a good-humored chap, and I thought you might get a chuckle out of something this daffy. My favorite avant-garde lower-Manhattan/Williamsburg weirdos circa 2007.

    This, however, packs a bit more in the way of semiotics….

    • Replies: @Truth
  42. Truth says:
    @Philmuhcrevis

    Where did I mention anything about the stupidity of that movie, which I didn’t see?

    Where did I mention anything about you mentioning the stupidity of that movie?

    Let’s try to follow along here, O.S.;

    1. No shit master of the obvious but the premise is still the same, respect and an open hand gesture meaning no threat.

    And how exactly is one folding his arms across his chest implying a threat?

    OK, understand?*

    (*Please don’t answer, rhetorical).

    • Replies: @Philmuhcrevis
  43. Truth says:
    @The Germ Theory of Disease

    Hey it looks like they are having fun.

  44. @Truth

    Where did I mention anything about you mentioning the stupidity of that movie?

    You answered your own question in the same post numb nuts.

    And how exactly is one folding his arms across his chest implying a threat?

    If you didn’t ask me this question, or this isn’t in relation to the movie this thread is about, I apologize.

    • Replies: @Truth
  45. Isn’t vibranium the same rare fossil fuel after all as snake oil? Hasn’t it made the fortune of Trump as well as of so many African dictators?

  46. Truth says:
    @Philmuhcrevis

    If you didn’t ask me this question, or this isn’t in relation to the movie this thread is about, I apologize.

    Well that’s big of you, My Friend, I graciously accept your apology.

    • Replies: @PhilMuhCrevis
  47. Wokechoke says:
    @Realist

    It’s a feature rather than a bug.

  48. XBardon Kaldlan [AKA "Bardon Kaldlan"] says:
    @Biff

    I think the world is done wiff Wakanda now.

    • Replies: @Truth
  49. Truth says:
    @XBardon Kaldlan

    …Until “Black Panther III, the Kladlans Strike Back!”

    Comes out.

    • Replies: @I.M. Notanignog
  50. 1/2 Evolved apes made human by Hollywood Jews, not surprised.

  51. @Truth

    I was thinking that the LGBQT crowd will make a redo of the Pink Panther movies called the “Rainbow Panther”. LOL

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