Pain shared is divided, joy shared is multiplied
Real diplomatic talks between leaders can take hours, if not days or weeks.
Again, if Cyclops can't refrain from flat out shooting at people two minutes into a conversation then he frankly needs someone else to act in this capacity.
Again, what's the upside in Scott handling it the way he did? If there was one, I'm not seeing it.
Ultimately it was a no win situation for Scott. Obviously the world wasn't going to bow down to his demands... that's a given. So he either looks weak by not backing up his bold words, or he ends up looking like a monster and likely generating even greater opposition for mutants by backing them up.
Dude Spidey is buddies with Doom via FF
If anyone is going tobe put to death,it's that godless dirty commie.
Cyclops ad portas
Can you seriously imagine any sort of real world negotiations where one side decides to shoot the other after only like 2 minutes of talk? And this is the second time it's happened. Scott CANNOT fuction in this capacity if he continues to act in this manner. It's simply not good for the people he's representing.
And I do imagine plenty of people don't have issues with Scott jailing mutants. But point really is that the nations have EVERY right to prosecute a mutant for commiting a crime in their nation if they choose to. If they don't want to bother, then no harm no foul (though it does potentially deny proper due process). If they DO choose to administer due process, then Cyclops has no say in the matter. Simple as that. Scott can either accept the fact that he has no authority to dictate due process in other nations, or he can unlawfully attack people for it. But he doesn't get to dictate policy. Not in other peoples backyard.
But that doens't mean you're justified in deciding a specific group of people can ignore every law in every nation on the earth.
Do I really have to explain the difference to you there?
I think Scott's declaration that they would take care of mutants, regardless of the legal status of Utopia, can be considered justifiable when your species is down to less than 200 people. Any government could simply detain mutants for any reason, then do whatever they want then...which would be very scary for that species. That number could go down to < 100 very quickly.