Marvel fires cartoonist over Indonesian politics

Earlier this week, the US-based Marvel Comics fired its Indonesian-born cartoonist Ardian Syaf over a recent cartoon showing his views of the protests against Chinese Christian governor of country’s capital city of Jakarta who is accused of insulting Islam – the faith of 87% of country’s 230 million population.

Marvel Comics founded by Moe Goodman (d. 1992) and currently owned by Jew-owned Walt Disney Company has accused Ardian Syaf of inserting anti-Jewish and anti-Christian messages in the controversial cartoon in an X-men comic book. X-Men Gold #1 released last Wednesday.

In the book, one scene shows character Kitty Pryde is drawn together with a sign reading Jewelry, her head next to the part of the sign that reads Jew. Ardian also drew the character Colossus with a T-shirt that says QS 5:51 – a reference to a verse from Holy Qur’an that, according to some interpretations, prohibits Muslims from electing a Christian or Jewish leader in a bona-fide Islamic State.

So what is the hidden anti-Jewish message? Well, Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, the creators of X-Men, were both Jewish. Marc Guggenheim, the writer of X-Men Gold #1, is himself Jewish, and in the issue itself, the X-Men are led by Kitty Pryde, who is Jewish and a former love interest of Colossus, the American Christian metal band. This is another example of how 272,000 became six million Jewish Holocaust.

Syaf’s responded to the anti-Semitic crap on his Facebook page: “In this last chance, I want to tell you the true meaning of the numbers 212 and Q 5:51. It is number of justice. It is number of love. My love to Holy Qur’an – my love to the last prophet, the Messenger – my love to Allah, the One God. My apologies for all the noise. Goodbye, may God bless you all. I love all of you.”

It’s Jews and not Muslims who have a long history of mocking Christianity through cartoons.

Indonesia is not an Islamic state. Its Constitution is based on Pancasila, a Pagan ideology.

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