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Wednesday, September 25, 2019 

Dan Slott continues his sad hypocrisy

Dan Slott may have been told to cut out his repellent online cybertrolling by C.B. Cebulski over a year ago, but he still does make politically charged comments on Twitter at times, such as this one:

Somebody on the thread asked if he blocked followers of Ilhan Omar. A valid question, if you consider all the antisemitism she's espoused. Also worth considering the Islamic religion's homophobia/transphobia, and racism. If Slott cannot condemn Islam's embrace of all the other ideologies, then he's not against antisemitism, racism and homophobia at all. He's just virtue-signaling, as usual.

And it's a terrible shame Marvel continues to give Slott employment he never deserved.

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So what group did he supposedly blockchain? I doubt he actually had the energy or motivation to do this action.

"If Slott cannot condemn Islam's embrace of all the other ideologies, then he's not against antisemitism, racism and homophobia at all. He's just virtue-signaling, as usual"

This makes it sound like you have become a convert to intersectionality; to the idea that you can’t look at racism, or homophobia, or anti-semitism in isolation, but have to see them as interacting, intersecting parts of a more complex system of oppression.

Not sure it is accurate though. Are you saying you can’t be against anti-semitism unless you are also against discrimination towards LGTBQ2S people?

Bear in mind that Slott said he only banned the worst of the worst; he didn’t say he banned all people who manifested prejudice.

And I am curious about why you describe this as a political statement. Being against blind hatred shouldn't be considered politically charged. It's a motherhood statement.

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