Sam Wilson’s Captain America Speech from The Falcon and the Winter Soldier Season Finale

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The most powerful speech in Marvel history! Here is Sam Wilson’s speech from The Falcon and the Winter Soldier season finale.

Senator: Sincerely. You did your part in dealing with those terrorists. Now we’ll do ours.

Sam: Are you still going forward with resetting the borders?

Senator 2: Our peacekeeping troops will begin relocating people soon. The terrorists only set us back a bit.

Sam: You have to stop calling them terrorists.

Senator: What else would we call them?

Sam: Your Peace Keeping troops, carrying weapons, are forcing millions of people into settlements around the world, right? What do you think those people are going to call you? These labels, terrorists, refugees, thug. They’re often used to get around the question ‘why.’

Senator 2: Those settlements that happened five years ago. Do you think it is fair for governments to have to support that?

Sam: Yes.

Senator: And the people who reappeared only to find someone else living in their family home, they just end up homeless? I get it. But you have no idea how complicated this situation is.

Sam: You know what, you’re right, and that’s a good thing. We finally have a common struggle now. Think about that. For once, all the people who’ve been begging and, I mean, literally begging for you to feel how hard any given day is, now, you know. How did it feel to be helpless? If you can remember what it was like to be helpless and face a force so powerful, it could erase half the planet. You wouldn’t know that you were about to have the exact same impact. This isn’t about easy decisions. Senator.

Senator: You just don’t understand.

Sam: I’m a black man, carrying the stars and strips. What don’t I understand? Every time I pick this thing up, I know there are millions of people out there who are going To hate me for it. Even now, here. I feel it. The stares, the judgment, and there’s nothing I can do to change it. And I’m still here. No super serum. No blonde hair or blue eyes. The only power I have is that I believe we can do better.

We can’t demand that people step up if we don’t meet them halfway. You control the banks. Shit, You can move borders. You can knock down a forest with an email. You could feed a million people With a phone call. But the question is, who was in the room with you when you’re making those decisions? Is it the people you’re going to impact? Or is it just more people like you?

I mean, this girl died trying to stop you. And no one has stopped for one second to ask why. You’ve got to do better. Senator, you’ve got to step up because if you don’t, the next Karli will, and you don’t want to see 2.0. People believed in her cause so much that they helped her defy the strongest governments in the world. Why do you think that is? A few people have just as much power as an insane God or misguided teenager. The question you have to ask yourself is how are you going to use it?

Bucky: Sorry. I was, uh, I was texting. And so all I heard was a black guy in stars and stripes. Nice job, Cap.

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