I see you failed to address all the unheroic shit about Tony that directly addresses this post in my previous response. Is that why you didnt quote me? So that you could muster some paper thin appearance of plausible deniability?
No Letters, I didn't quote you because I didn't want to let you off the hook with your laughably transparent attempt at backing down from your initial argument (which was essentially that Tony can't lecture Peter because he can't win many fights without his suit).
But if you really want me to run through why your attempt at a tweaked argument is fucking stupid, I will:
Hes gambled and partied and slept around while his business partner sells weapons to terrorists.
He antagonises some harmless scientist which causes him to build an army of indestructible mercenaries who kidnap the president.
I've grouped these together because they were both prior to Tony meeting Yinsen, who is essentially Tony's very own version of Uncle Ben. Holding these against Stark's heroism are equivalent to saying Spider-Man isn't a hero because he didn't stop the mugger that killed Uncle Ben.
Tony made mistakes in his past and has spent years now doing his best to rectify them. Because he learnt harsh life lessons about taking personal moral responsibility and trying to do the right thing. You know, like the lesson he is trying to pass on to Peter in the trailer.
He creates a sentient AI that creates an army and almost destroys mankind.
He created an AI in an attempt to make the world a safer and better place. When it went wrong, he helped to stop it. When confronted with the deadly consequences of his creation, he did what he thought represented taking responsibility for it, again doing what he believed would make the world a safer and better place, at great personal sacrifice to himself.
Then he blames everyone for his mistakes and tragedy that he's been responsible for and goes to war against his friends
That's a really strange way to interpret his actions in Civil War but then given your apparent inability to follow Stark's character arc in Avengers 1 or Iron Man 3 not surprising.
and tries to kill an innocent victim of mk ultra mind control in a selfish act of vengeance.
In a moment of rage he tried to kill someone he had just watched murder his Mum.
He's not perfect, no-one is saying he is. Least of all Stark himself, in the same fucking clip of the trailer in question:
"I was just trying to be like you."
"I want you to be better
What are your opinions on Tony's great power and his responsibility and his constant failings over and over again. The same mistakes are made and he still learns nothing.
He doesn't make the same mistakes over and over again and the idea that he doesn't take responsibility for the ones he does make is completely and utterly absurd. Have you actually watched any of the Iron Man films? Like, at all?
Then he has the nerve to lecture Peter about being nothing without the suit when that's what he pretty much is?
Except he isn't "nothing" without the suit, as we have already discussed. And no, being "somebody" is not defined by his ability to beat up guys that he could as Iron Man.
It's laughable how badly you continue to miss the point of the dialogue here. Stark isn't saying "well if you can't beat up the Vulture without your suit then you don't deserve to have it anyway."
It's a fucking blatant
spin on the same underlying moral lesson that has been at the core of the Spider-Man mythos from the start - the choices of the person underneath the mask are what defines the hero, not their fancy costume or incredible powers.
And seeing as how Iron Man has had multiple films dedicated very explicitly to him learning that exact same lesson (again I refer you to the closing dialogue in Iron Man 3 which could not make it any clearer), it makes absolute sense
for him to try and impart the same lesson to Peter.
Hes a hypocrite. Like yourself. Unable to acknowledge facts or answer questions.
The irony of you calling someone a hypocrite in the same sentence as accusing someone of being unable to acknowledge facts is enjoyable.