Super Captain

Super Captain

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This is the story of a war hero. He didn’t begin the war as a hero, quite the opposite in fact, but he ended it not only as hero, but as a super soldier. The war we are talking about is World War II. And without the contribution of Steve Rogers the war against German Nazis would have been lost. This is the story of Steve Rogers, “The First Avenger”.
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This is the story of a war hero. He didn’t begin the war as a hero, quite the opposite in fact, but he ended it not only as hero, but as a super soldier. The war we are talking about is World War II. And without the contribution of Steve Rogers the war against German Nazis would have been lost. This is the story of Steve Rogers, “The First Avenger”.

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Submitted: June 04, 2017

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This is the story of a war hero. He didn't begin the war as a hero, quite the opposite in fact, but he ended it not only as hero, but as a super soldier. The war we are talking about is World War II. And without the contribution of Steve Rogers the war against German Nazis would have been lost. This is the story of Steve Rogers, "The First Avenger".

Originally, he was rejected for World War II recruitment because of various health and physical problems. But Steve was very stubborn, and he tried again ignoring his doctor advice. He considered he was fine, and with a strong will he could make it for his health and physical problems. Dr. Abraham Erskine decided to give him an opportunity, but only if he would undergo some experiments that would turn him into a super soldier. Despite his strong sense of sacrifice and bravery he had too many limitations to become a good soldier. As a consequence of the experiment he became taller and more muscular. Nowadays it's called being on steroid, but how it was called at the time of World War II has no importance. The important was that Steve Rogers became "Captain America" and would win the war almost by himself.

General Patton was pleased to have Captain America on his side, cause he knew war were won by men. But unfortunately Patton had a car accident; he got distracted talking about the war:

"How awful war is. Think of the waste."

Moments later his car collided with an American army truck at low speed. He was out of business for a while, and his troops where low without their general. So, Captain America tried to motivate them, talking on behalf of General Patton.

"General Patton has said that wars are fought with weapons, but they are won by men. We are going to win this war because we have the best men. And because they are going to get better."

And he added focusing on himself.

"I believe in an idea, an idea that a single individual who has the right heart and the right mind that is consumed with a single purpose, that one man can win a war. Give that one man a group of soldiers with the same conviction, and you can change the world."

He became unofficially the new General Patton. He had convinced General Patton's soldiers to follow him. This is the problem when you are out of business; you may lose it. And this is what happened to General Patton who listened on the radio how Captain America won the war with his soldiers (General Patton's soldiers).

He even taught General Patton's soldiers how to handle the mob, the press and the whole world.

"This nation was founded on one principle above all else: the requirement that we stand up for what we believe, no matter the odds or the consequences. When the mob and the press and the whole world tell you to move, your job is to plant yourself like a tree beside the river of truth, and tell the whole world — "No, you move."

Since then, every of his men keep saying to the mob, the press and the whole world.

"No, you move."

And it works; they do move. The power of persuasion of Captain America is just unbelievable.

He never lost the trust of his men. He kept saying them:

"In heroes we trust."

Politicians try to do the same, but they have a hard time cause they are not heroes. They do manage it during their campaigns for the elections, and once in power, everybody distrust them.

Captain America always tried to keep people together. But he had a hard time with Iron Man about the Superhero Registration Act. Tony Stark (Iron Man) thinks that all Heroes should be identified and known. That means that the public has the right to know there real name and all about them. But Captain America thinks that heroes required secrecy. It would make sense as they worked for the espionage agency S.H.I.E.L.D. But Tony wanted fame, wanted to be a hero, and it's hard to be one if nobody knows you. So, Captain America tried to convince Tony by telling him:

"Divided we fall."

But Tony was not a soldier; he was not trained to obey orders. He pursued his self-interests first, and they never overcame their conflict of interest. It even provoked a "Civil War" between Captain America's team composed of: Captain America, Hawkeye, Sharon Carter, Falcon, Bucky Barnes, Ant-Man and Scarlet Witch on one side. And Tony's team composed of: Iron Man, Black Widow, War Machine, Black Panther, The Vision and Spider-Man on the other side.

And who won the "Civil War"? Captain America's team or Tony Stark's team? None of them. "The Winter Soldier" took advantage of the fact the Avengers were divided and fighting against each other to get on top as the winner. But the Avenger that gave him the biggest fight was Captain America, and he praised him when it ended.

"On Olympus, we measure Wisdom against Athena, Speed against Hermes, Power against Zeus. But we measure Courage ... against Captain America. "

"The Winter Soldier" was not an ignorant. He had been at school, and learned about Greek mythology. He even learned to write and count, truly amazing! And Captain America replied:

"I don't like bullies. I don't care where they're from."

Obviously, he didn't know anything about Greek mythology, otherwise he would have given a "mythologian" answer. Instead, it turned to be more of a school playground kind of answer.

When he was fighting against the Nazis his mind war very clear. But later, he got confused just like the CIA, and said.

"For as long as I can remember I just wanted to do what was right. I guess I'm not quite sure what that is anymore."

"So, goodnight Steve. When arises World War III you'll be sure about what you are fighting for again."


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