The three Super villains of America
How are the Real-life Super Villains showcasing the characters of the three villains featured in three Films released about 10 years ago?
You might remember the three film character super villains from “Despicable Me 2 and 3” and “Mega mind.” You might have been astounded, laughed, and inspired by the main characters’ superpowers. We had El Macho from Despicable Me 2, Balthazar Bratt from Despicable Me 3, and MegaMind from the animated film Megamind. Some individuals today, including Kanye West, Donald J. Trump, and Elon Musk, reflect similar perception and ideologies as those of these villainous characters in fiction.
To better understand the three American super villains ’ character development, let’s first briefly examine the movie characters before analyzing how the three real-life villains recently stole the spotlight with their super moves.
Despicable me 2 film has Eduardo Perez, also known as the super villain El Macho, serve as the villain. He is an ex-super villain who kidnaps Felonious Gru’s minions and transforms them into ferocious killing machines so they can aid in his global conquest.
While in Despicable 3, Balthazar Bratt, a super villain and ex child star, is portrayed as the villain. He has grown fixated with the role he played in the 1980s and is determined to take over the world.
Megamind a film released in 2011 features Will Ferrel, as Megamind, who after conquering his longtime foe Metro Man(Brad Pitt), the highly intelligent alien super villain creates a brand-new hero to fight, but when his “creation” turns out to be an even worse villain than he was, he must take action to save the city.
The recent Events of the three Real-life Super Villain of America
In light of this, let’s examine the most recent newsworthy developments involving the three super-villains of America. First of all, Kanye West has started making moves to run for president in the 2024 election cycle. Does this sound like a surprise or it’s another humorous movie that’s being shot?
Kanye West recently paid Donald Trump a visit at Mar-a-Lago. Many people might believe it was a gesture of adulation, but they are mistaken. Ye was trying to communicate a different agenda to those around him. Donald Trump appeared terrified by Ye’s action because he perceives Ye as a threat, and this could be seen by examining how he reacted.
Ye’s campaign announcement puts Trump’s hopefuls in grave danger. When it comes time to vote, having too many “conservative” candidates will only cause friction among them all. Meaning that will inevitably result in more votes cast for Democrats. If this were to occur, the Republicans would lose this election cycle handily, which would be blamed on Ye’s controversial campaign tactics that many Republicans have not welcomed.
Balthazar Bratt, a super villain in real life, could be fairly associated with Ye and super villain El Macho be Donald J Trump. When you closely observe Ye’s movements, it appears that he wants dominion just like Balthazar Bratt’s character in Despicable Me 3 desired. His announcement of his presidential campaign reads as though he is warning his rivals that he intends to usurp their position. Which is why Donald J. Trump and every other conservative Republican should be concerned.
Given how many people you see around him, Kanye West is rapidly becoming the new, preferable choice for many Republicans and conservatives as well. Many may disagree with his views, but they have to admit that Ye at least keeps the attention of those who have been following his bizarre life over the past few months.
Though Donald Trump had a strong influence on many and had a multitude of followers, Ye’s take over movement jeopardizes his relationship with his followers, thus making him the real-life super villain El Macho from the Despicable Me 2.
Moving forward, Ye, a.k.a. The super villain Balthazar Bratt, continues to show hunger for dominion and recently made comments in support of Hitler and the Nazi regime while appearing on Alex Jones’ show. His words drew puzzled looks and a variety of responses from people. It also revealed his beliefs and admiration for Hitler and the Nazis, beliefs that had a significant impact on his life and had helped him ascend to fame 20 years earlier.
His album “The College Dropout” was centered around Nazi-inspired propaganda techniques. Ye took this action to increase his own notoriety. In 2003, when Ye was 26 years old, he would have conversations about the Nazis and Hitler, and he wouldn’t stop until he received a response that sounded favorable to the Nazis and Hitler. It seems as though he desired for his opinions to prevail among the people he encountered. This demonstrates his desire or obsession with power and notoriety, just as Balthazar Bratt’s character did.
Interestingly, Donald Trump, a.k.a. El Macho, the super villain, broke the internet with his proposal to revoke the US constitution. In a post on Truth Social, Trump emphasized these ideas and charged that “Big Tech” was closely allied with the opposition party.
Many called off Trump’s remarks on the US constitution while defending the current US constitution. “Trump’s comments, according to White House spokesman Andrew Bates, are “anathema to the soul of our nation” and ought to be universally condemned.”
Bates added in a statement, “You cannot only love America when you thrive. “The American Constitution is a sacred document that has ensured freedom and the rule of law in our wonderful nation for more than 200 years. Regardless of party, the Constitution unites the American people, and elected officials swear to uphold it. It serves as the ultimate memorial to all Americans who gave their lives in the fight against despots who abused their authority and violated fundamental rights.”
Examining Trump’s tactics closely, Is Trump, also El Macho, as the narration depicts him, on a quest to purportedly “psycho-kidnap” some of his allies in order to complete his conquest to the presidency? Let’s wait and see how things will turn out.
Elon Musk, on the other hand, has had a handful of dramatic moments in the past weeks after his acquisition of Twitter app. He is the real-life super villain Megamind. However, Megamind billionaire Dreamers are in Elon Musk’s nature. At the tender age of 12, while residing in South Africa, he created the video game Blastar, which he then sold to a computer magazine for $500. He has sent cutting-edge rockets and spacecraft into orbit so far!
This brings us to the conclusion that the most successful visionaries are those who never hesitate to try, regardless of how small the successes may be.
Putting that aside, there have been many recent changes to how Twitter is run and how things are handled in general. Elon Musk’s crazy and rash decisions have set off drama after drama. From Elon banning journalists’ accounts for harshly critical coverage of his management on the app to the most recent bizarre decision to block links from other social media platforms, the heck, from abruptly terminating the staff of Twitter, which elicited mixed reactions from twitter users.
As if that weren’t bad enough, Tesla’s performance on the stock market this year saw it fall among the worst performers in the S&P 500. Is it reasonable to question whether Elon Musk’s purchase of Twitter ultimately endangered Tesla’s stock market health? Elon won’t be anything more than Elon without Tesla.
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