RAO vs Legend of Korra Villains

Chloe

Village Elder
#1
It's been a long weekend with nothing to do other than stay glued to TV. Most of the local channels where broadcasting nothing but politics, so I decided to watch cartoons with my daughter.

See, the reason I love watching cartoon is because they are free to do whatever they wish and don't end up dying, and if death happens to occur then it so secretively hidden in order not to traumatize the children.

I love watching Legend of Korra, and its villains caught my attention more like RAO; who is really RAO and what are his intentions?

Just like RAO, Here are some of the villains in Legend of Korra and what they wanted to archive for the betterment of the world but ended up messing everything.

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Amon and Communism
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The communist manifesto stresses the notion of a class warfare. Traditionally, that meant the oppression of the poor from the rich. In Legend of Korra, Amon emphasizes the oppression of non-benders from benders. The aim of communism is to eliminate any social class and make the wealth of everyone equal.

Unalaq and Theocracy
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It is no doubt that Unalaq was hungry for power. But he was also a nationalist. He would frequently state that the southern tribe needed to be reunited with the northern water tribe, even if that meant coercing the citizens into working towards the national cause of spiritual unity.

Zaheer and Anarchism
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The idea of having nations and governments is as foolish as keeping the human and spirit realms separate. You've had to deal with a moronic president and a tyrannical queen. Don't you think the world would be better off if leaders like them were eliminated? True freedom can only be achieved when oppressive governments are torn down The natural order is disorder.

Kuvira and Fascism
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Fascism, as Kuvira wields it, and as ever it has been wielded, portrays itself as the vigorous, pure-hearted answer to weak-minded, decadent lawlessness. It recognizes and excoriates the degeneracy of the present, the ignorance of the powerful, the gridlocked failure of liberal democracy, and it promises boldness, action, law and order. It promises food, and an army to protect you and the nation, and above all it promises a glorious unification of what once was scattered and smoldering. It valorizes the decisive leader, ascribing traits of courage and caring to him. It romanticizes his willingness to trespass the rule of law as necessary bravery.

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Lets cut RAO some slack.
#RWNEBP
 

kasaman

Village Elder
#4
It's been a long weekend with nothing to do other than stay glued to TV. Most of the local channels where broadcasting nothing but politics, so I decided to watch cartoons with my daughter.

See, the reason I love watching cartoon is because they are free to do whatever they wish and don't end up dying, and if death happens to occur then it so secretively hidden in order not to traumatize the children.

I love watching Legend of Korra, and its villains caught my attention more like RAO; who is really RAO and what are his intentions?

Just like RAO, Here are some of the villains in Legend of Korra and what they wanted to archive for the betterment of the world but ended up messing everything.

*************************************

Amon and Communism
View attachment 135534
The communist manifesto stresses the notion of a class warfare. Traditionally, that meant the oppression of the poor from the rich. In Legend of Korra, Amon emphasizes the oppression of non-benders from benders. The aim of communism is to eliminate any social class and make the wealth of everyone equal.

Unalaq and Theocracy
View attachment 135535
It is no doubt that Unalaq was hungry for power. But he was also a nationalist. He would frequently state that the southern tribe needed to be reunited with the northern water tribe, even if that meant coercing the citizens into working towards the national cause of spiritual unity.

Zaheer and Anarchism
View attachment 135536
The idea of having nations and governments is as foolish as keeping the human and spirit realms separate. You've had to deal with a moronic president and a tyrannical queen. Don't you think the world would be better off if leaders like them were eliminated? True freedom can only be achieved when oppressive governments are torn down The natural order is disorder.

Kuvira and Fascism
View attachment 135537
Fascism, as Kuvira wields it, and as ever it has been wielded, portrays itself as the vigorous, pure-hearted answer to weak-minded, decadent lawlessness. It recognizes and excoriates the degeneracy of the present, the ignorance of the powerful, the gridlocked failure of liberal democracy, and it promises boldness, action, law and order. It promises food, and an army to protect you and the nation, and above all it promises a glorious unification of what once was scattered and smoldering. It valorizes the decisive leader, ascribing traits of courage and caring to him. It romanticizes his willingness to trespass the rule of law as necessary bravery.

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Lets cut RAO some slack.
#RWNEBP
AVOID cartoons from NURU TV station. .porn
 

kasaman

Village Elder
#5
It's been a long weekend with nothing to do other than stay glued to TV. Most of the local channels where broadcasting nothing but politics, so I decided to watch cartoons with my daughter.

See, the reason I love watching cartoon is because they are free to do whatever they wish and don't end up dying, and if death happens to occur then it so secretively hidden in order not to traumatize the children.

I love watching Legend of Korra, and its villains caught my attention more like RAO; who is really RAO and what are his intentions?

Just like RAO, Here are some of the villains in Legend of Korra and what they wanted to archive for the betterment of the world but ended up messing everything.

*************************************

Amon and Communism
View attachment 135534
The communist manifesto stresses the notion of a class warfare. Traditionally, that meant the oppression of the poor from the rich. In Legend of Korra, Amon emphasizes the oppression of non-benders from benders. The aim of communism is to eliminate any social class and make the wealth of everyone equal.

Unalaq and Theocracy
View attachment 135535
It is no doubt that Unalaq was hungry for power. But he was also a nationalist. He would frequently state that the southern tribe needed to be reunited with the northern water tribe, even if that meant coercing the citizens into working towards the national cause of spiritual unity.

Zaheer and Anarchism
View attachment 135536
The idea of having nations and governments is as foolish as keeping the human and spirit realms separate. You've had to deal with a moronic president and a tyrannical queen. Don't you think the world would be better off if leaders like them were eliminated? True freedom can only be achieved when oppressive governments are torn down The natural order is disorder.

Kuvira and Fascism
View attachment 135537
Fascism, as Kuvira wields it, and as ever it has been wielded, portrays itself as the vigorous, pure-hearted answer to weak-minded, decadent lawlessness. It recognizes and excoriates the degeneracy of the present, the ignorance of the powerful, the gridlocked failure of liberal democracy, and it promises boldness, action, law and order. It promises food, and an army to protect you and the nation, and above all it promises a glorious unification of what once was scattered and smoldering. It valorizes the decisive leader, ascribing traits of courage and caring to him. It romanticizes his willingness to trespass the rule of law as necessary bravery.

*********************************************
Lets cut RAO some slack.
#RWNEBP
AVOID cartoons from NURU TV station. .porn
 

Le Dante

Village Elder
#6
Nili-try kuona Legend of Korra nikashindwa. It is a step down from the Legend of Aang. Kwanza the moment I sided with the villains kwa the "first first" episodes nilijua kwisha hii series. The humans and villain (I can't bother to remember his name) were correct:Benders are pieces of s**t that are full of themselves and look down on humans.
 

Chloe

Village Elder
#7
Nili-try kuona Legend of Korra nikashindwa. It is a step down from the Legend of Aang. Kwanza the moment I sided with the villains kwa the "first first" episodes nilijua kwisha hii series. The humans and villain (I can't bother to remember his name) were correct:Benders are pieces of s**t that are full of themselves and look down on humans.
Amon, that's the name of the villain. He was kinda trying to bring "Equality" to the benders and non-benders. But he eventually ruined it in the end. Thats who RAO is.
 

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