Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Norway stores pull violent games from shelves after attacks

Coop Norway director Geir Inge Stokke said in a Norwegian newspaper that the company moved to remove the games once “we realized the scope of the attack.” He added that it was appropriate at the moment to take the games down and mentioned the “negative effects of games like these.” Continuing, Stokke mentioned that the company will carefully consider when to put the games back on shelves, that the business involved is “of no importance,” and that he wouldn’t be surprised if other retailers followed suit.
 ...including games like Homefront, Counter-Strike Source, Call of Duty, Sniper Ghost Warrior and World of Warcraft. I just have two thoughts on this one:
  • It shows that Breivik is right. Cultural Marxism is so wide-spread that people start censoring themselves when the feel the "need" to do so. I bet dear Geir Inge Stokke doesn't really know why she feels the "need" to remove those title. Probably some small part of her brain, indoctrinated by Cultural Marxism over the years, just tells her it's "the right thing to do".
  •  Nicely done, idiots. Now all those apolitical Geeks are your enemy and some of them may even become politically active. Don't forget the success of the Pirate Party: It was formed entirely by people who didn't care about politics, but who couldn't stand it any longer.

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