Wonder Woman

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Publication.png Wonder Woman 
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Publication date2017
Author(s) • Zack Snyder
• Allan Heinberg
• Jason Fuchs
Producer(s)Charles Roven,  Deborah Snyder,  Zack Snyder,  Richard Suckle
SubjectsSyria,  Douma,  Hillary Clinton,  superhero film,  Hollywood
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Superhero movie that came out the same year Hillary Clinton was supposed to become president and invade Syria.

Wonder Woman is a 2017 American superhero film based on the DC Comics character of the same name, and distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures.

Caitlin Johnstone pointed out the obvious propaganda aspects of the movies[1]:

Hey remember when Wonder Woman came out the same year Hillary Clinton was supposed to become president and invade Syria, and the villain was a guy who murders villagers with poison gas, including children? That was a bit weird, huh?

Like there was literally a scene where Wonder Woman finds a village of civilians killed with poison gas, and screams about how awful the bad guys are for “Killing people they cannot see! Children. Children!!” How many other superhero movies have you seen where the bad guy just kills kids with poison gas?

Hillary had been openly planning to invade Syria with tens of thousands of US troops to cripple Assad’s air defenses and control Syrian air space, a very dangerous and deadly move which would have required a lot of consent manufacturing.

And you can say well it was set in World War 1, poison gas was a big thing then. Okay, but why set it in World War 1? The character Wonder Woman didn’t exist until 1941. There was no reason it had to be set during a time when poison gas was a big thing, but they chose to anyway.

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