Just in time for the inauguration of the New World Order.
It will no longer be “Truth, Justice, and the American Way!” Superman, a fictional creation of comic books and movies, will renounce his U.S. citizenship to become “a citizen of the universe.”
As reported by Martin Gould for NewsMax.com, April 28, 2011, citing The Blaze as its source, the superhero’s renunciation is prompted by DC comics’ rank cowardice, after getting criticized for joining an anti-Iranian demonstration in the landmark 900th issue of Action Comics. The Iranian government sees this as official US endorsement of the protests.
In the new issue of DC comics, Superman says he has been thinking “too small” but he now sees “the bigger picture.” “I’m tired of having my actions construed as instruments of US policy. ‘Truth, Justice and the American Way’ — it’s not enough anymore.”
Superman was conceived in 1938 as the quintessential defender of American values — even though he is an alien from the planet Krypton.
The decision to renounce US citizenship is already being attacked on line.
One poster commented on Wired: “I guess we need to start checking our apple pies now to make sure they don’t offend Muslims.” Another wrote: “Been reading DC comics on and off for about 50 years but no more,” while a third said: “I hope citizen of the universe comes with a visa to visit/work in the United States or Ole Supes is breaking the law everytime he flies into US airspace.”