Recently, TFIPOST reported that DC Comics, the famous American comic book publisher which owns the fictional superhero character Superman, has announced new bisexual Superman in the upcoming issue. This latest offering from Wokeism exposed the cringeworthy character of the American far-left. But it gets far worse. Some latest revelations point out that the new DC film “Injustice” describes Kashmir as a disputed territory.
A snippet about Kashmir in DC’s “Injustice”:
A shocking snippet of DC’s latest animated film ‘Injustice’ has appeared on social media. In this snippet, you can hear the background voice of a fictional newsreader saying, “In disputed Kashmir, Superman and Wonder Woman destroyed every piece of military equipment, declaring it an arms-free zone.”
— The Bite (@_TheBite) October 18, 2021
The shocking snippet is facing widespread criticism on social media over an inaccurate depiction of the Indian territory.
Twitter user claims “Injustice” showed Superman destroying IAF aircraft:
In the video going viral on social media, you can see Superman and Wonder Woman destroying some military aircraft.
A Twitter user claimed, “Indian Air Force F/A-18D “Hornets”, armed with AIM-9L “Sidewinder” InfraRed (IR) Close Combat Missiles (CCMs), being destroyed by renowned Justice League icon Superman over Kashmir.”
Indian Air Force F/A-18D "Hornets", armed with AIM-9L "Sidewinder" InfraRed (IR) Close Combat Missiles (CCMs), being destroyed by renowned Justice League icon Superman over Kashmir.
Exclusive Snaps from Injustice (2021) pic.twitter.com/BgUIFU8WbD
— Rishav (ऋषव) | 🇮🇳🦇 (@_devildog_mm_) October 14, 2021
American far-left thrives in ignorance:
The American far-left is simply ignorant about the issues like Kashmir and gets swayed by international propaganda. At any rate, it is highly awkward for an American superhero animated series to talk about declaring Kashmir an “arms-free zone”.
Probably, the American entertainment industry should have produced movies or superhero series slamming former US Presidents and establishment politicians who handed greenbacks and armed the Pakistan Army to the teeth, which Islamabad then used to sponsor cross-border terrorism in Kashmir.
Frankly, we don’t expect the American far-left to give much heed to Kashmir’s past, present or future. We also know that we might never see an American superhero take down a US military aircraft ruthlessly bombing Syrian children simply because the Oval Office wants a regime change in Damascus.
However, we have some basic expectations. We want to see an American superhero save Afghanistan from an extremist group called the Taliban that was created by the American military-industrial complex in the first place. We also want to see an American superhero destroy Kashmir-focussed terror factories running throughout Pakistan. At least, our suggestions make sense- a quality which American wokeism simply doesn’t seem to care about any longer.