Why I dislike MCU movies Nov 14, 2019 2:25:33 GMT
Post by TheCat on Nov 14, 2019 2:25:33 GMT
Everything I wrote is true. He selfishly wanted to join the Army even though he knew he couldn't fight for himself and would be a liability on the battlefield and would put his fellow soldiers at risk. He aids and abets a double-murderer to flee from the authorities, resulting in a high-speed chase through a crowded street, which not only endangered the lives of law enforcement officers but also endangered the lives of civilians.
Moreover, by aiding and abetting a double-murderer to flee from the authorities, he forced law enforcement to spend valuable manpower and resources to try to track down and apprehend Bucky, which results in fewer law enforcement officers and resource for tracking down and apprehending other criminals and thus making it easier for other criminals to commit and get away with crimes against innocent people. And while Thor wasn't allowed to change history and warn his mother that she would be killed when Thor traveled back in time, Rogers changes history by hooking up with Peggy Carter and stealing Peggy Carter away from the mas she's supposed to marry and thus ensuring that Peggy Carter's children with the man she's supposed to marry will never be born.
Steve Rogers isn't a hero but a selfish asshole who's always putting innocent lives in danger and who always wants to be in charge, like a tyrant.
None of that was ever the case though. He didn't put his fellow soldiers at risk. He saved them. Clearly he can fight for himself or else he wouldn't have done those things.
What's this about stealing Peggy? If he enters the timeline when she's single, her future history isn't written yet. There is no man she's supposed to marry, or kids she's supposed to have. Captain America found her in the end.
Actually it's just like what I said before about him leaving out on the note he came. Saving lives and pining for Peggy.