(000228.79-E000157.73NRLOSUC20V)[When I read of this, I at first could not believe it. But went and checked on Twitter and indeed this was so. Here’s a screenshot of the tweet below. I was alerted to this when I was reading some news from Zimbabwe. The blacks were writing about it. Maybe some computer nerd did it. Idiocy.
BTW, just remember that Wakanda is a creation of JEWISH anti-white Hollywood about this black nation in Africa with super sciences! Rest assured the malicious Jews are constantly trying to manipulate the blacks against the whites.
BTW, the US Dept of Agriculture’s tweet that read: “our relationship will always be strong #WakandaForever,” is the ultimate of weak grovelling to black sentiment. Truly so pathetic. Here is the screenshot of the stupid tweet. Jan]
Here is the article the blacks wrote:
US Affirms Its Relations With The Non Existent Republic Of Wakanda.
Own Correspondent|The United States has announced in a statement that it will continue to maintain strong relations with the fictional country of Wakanda.
According to reports, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) had ‘accidentally’ registered Wakanda on its online list of nations that have free trade agreements with the United States. Announcing its decision to remove the fictional country (and admitting its mistake); the department has said in a statement that its relationship with Wakanda will remain strong.
The Kingdom of Wakanda is a fictional country and the home of Black Panther – a Marvel superhero. It is portrayed in comic books and the 2018 blockbuster movie as an isolated African nation with the most powerful technology on the planet. It appears the United States Department of Agriculture has fallen for the well-scripted representation of Africa just like movie lovers all over the world.
“While we removed the Kingdom of Wakanda from our list of U.S. free trade partners, our relationship will always be strong #WakandaForever,” the United States Department of Agriculture tweeted from its official account on Thursday.
A spokesman told The Washington Post that inclusion of the mythical African nation from the universe of Marvel superheroes was a mistake made as part of a test, officials were running.
Francis Tseng, a New York-based software engineer who was looking for data on U.S. agricultural tariffs for a fellowship he is pursuing, first noticed the reference to Wakanda on the U.S. tariff list and called it out on Twitter.
“I was very confused at first and thought I misremembered the country from the movie and got it confused with something else,” Tseng told Reuters.
Before it was removed, Tseng managed to download an Excel sheet listing “Harmonized Schedule” tariff codes for various categories of goods traded between Wakanda and the United States including live animals, dairy goods, tobacco and alcohol.
After the list was corrected, Tseng tweeted: “Well, the USDA took Wakanda off the list. Guess we’re in a trade war with them too.”
There was no USDA entry for vibranium, the fictional metal from space that is the source of Wakanda’s power.
Marvel is owned by Walt Disney Co (DIS.N).