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    Default So, um... can we talk about the Wakanda/Krakoa conflict?

    So a rich white man of self-proclaimed superior race wants to oust the legitimate government of an African nation that takes white imperialism so seriously they don't give out the cure for cancer for not making an alliance with him?


    ...We're SUPPOSED to feel uncomfortable by this, right?

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    T’Challa is a menace to mutants, who at one point banned the entire race from entering the country because of the sins of one. Off with his head!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maestroneto View Post
    T’Challa is a menace to mutants, who at one point banned the entire race from entering the country because of the sins of one. Off with his head!
    Do we even count Namor as a mutant? Every time he gets involved with the X-Men, it ends horribly for mutants in general.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PsychoEFrost View Post
    Do we even count Namor as a mutant?
    Depends on what week it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PsychoEFrost View Post
    Do we even count Namor as a mutant? Every time he gets involved with the X-Men, it ends horribly for mutants in general.
    The importance is that the “enlightened” despot of Wakanda sees him as one, despite razing the country using his Atlantean powers and army.

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    Wakanda should concern itself with its own citizens joining human supremacist groups who torture mutants and send terrorists attacking foreign countries if Wakanda don't want Namor to pay then another visit.

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    When has it been established that Krakoa wants to oust the government of Wakanda?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maestroneto View Post
    T’Challa is a menace to mutants, who at one point banned the entire race from entering the country because of the sins of one. Off with his head!
    Do you have a source for where it’s said Wakanda had banned ALL mutants from the kingdom? My understanding was that the X-Men were banned after they were allied with Namor when he basically launched a WMD on the capital. Banning a group of mutants who the government deems potential threats is not the same as banning all members of a subspecies. Namor is a foreign mutant king, it doesn’t make sense for Wakanda to treat their own native-born mutants worse because of an Atlantean (who Wakanda had issues with even before AvX). Given the scale of his attack it’s actually very likely that Wakandan mutants died because of Namor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maestroneto View Post
    T’Challa is a menace to mutants, who at one point banned the entire race from entering the country because of the sins of one. Off with his head!
    The most recent times we've seen T'Challa interacting with mutants he was actively helping or being helped by them. The Wakanda/Krakoa conflict makes no sense, much like numerous other things with Hickman's X-Men.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chief12d View Post
    Do you have a source for where it’s said Wakanda had banned ALL mutants from the kingdom? My understanding was that the X-Men were banned after they were allied with Namor when he basically launched a WMD on the capital. Banning a group of mutants who the government deems potential threats is not the same as banning all members of a subspecies. Namor is a foreign mutant king, it doesn’t make sense for Wakanda to treat their own native-born mutants worse because of an Atlantean (who Wakanda had issues with even before AvX). Given the scale of his attack it’s actually very likely that Wakandan mutants died because of Namor.
    While I agree with the sentiment - there were no Wakandan mutants at the time. This was before the X-Gene got Phoenix'd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Stark
    That's what I have over Beelzebub now, Honoka-chan. He thinks he's a third-year school idol. I know what I am. And in this fight-- that makes me INVINCIBLE!

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    Unless there's something more to this than the infographic reveal that Wakanda didn't sign a treaty with Krakoa, I think this issue is being overblown.

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    Has Wakanda ever released Transonic from illegal detainment?

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    Wakanda claims they don't want the Krakoan drugs, Krakoa isn't withholding anything

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    Quote Originally Posted by chief12d View Post
    Do you have a source for where it’s said Wakanda had banned ALL mutants from the kingdom? My understanding was that the X-Men were banned after they were allied with Namor when he basically launched a WMD on the capital. Banning a group of mutants who the government deems potential threats is not the same as banning all members of a subspecies. Namor is a foreign mutant king, it doesn’t make sense for Wakanda to treat their own native-born mutants worse because of an Atlantean (who Wakanda had issues with even before AvX). Given the scale of his attack it’s actually very likely that Wakandan mutants died because of Namor.
    there were no ban of all mutants. this is a myth. only the xmen were not welcome. tchalla was married to a mutant who has been worshipped as a goddess and one of his closest allies, eden, is a mutant. dont fall for the hype. lol
    ALL HAIL THE HADARI YAO!!!! NOW AGAIN THE ONE TRUE AND ONLY GODDESS OF THE X-MEN AS CLAREMONT INTENDED!!!!!

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