Monday, June 27, 2011

"Justices Reject Ban on Violent Video Games for Children"

Read the full article here.

"Justice Alito said the majority opinion was too quick to dismiss differences between current video games and other media. 'The objective of one game is to rape a mother and her daughters,' he wrote. In another 'players attempt to fire a rifle shot through the head of President Kennedy as his motorcade passes by the Texas School Depository.'
Soon, he added, children may play three-dimensional high-definition games wearing special equipment that will allow them to “actually fell the splatting blood from a blown-off head.”

Real scene from a video game, would you want this falling into your kids hands?

The above excerpt taken from the full article of the same blog title is more than disturbing to me. I'm sure that isnt easy for anyone to read. And to think that the first amendment protects minors "rights" to play  and rent those games is grim reminder of the reality of the galut. Why is renting a violent (and more real, more interactive and therefore more harmful) video games allowed but a minor isn't allowed into an "R" rated movie? Why is this also not overruled by the First Amendment? I wonder where the moral head went in America. It's like "OK everyone be so damned open minded that your brains fall out of your skulls"! Lets all raise a generation of sociopath, bloodthirsty, mass murders in training. What's the difference between these images: 

young boy playing shooting video game

Kids playing games with realistic weapons look like terrorists in training 

And these images;

Hamas terrorist in training

He takes the "game" seriously!

Early training

Well I think we all know the difference, the reality is the above images of Hamas Terrorist Training Camp is a very real form of child abuse that teaches kids hatred and violence. Kids like this go to sleep with images of murder and bloodshed ingrained in them. This tactic desensitizes them from early on. By the time they are adults they will be ready for martyrdom and murder. The images of the children playing video games I thing are almost exactly the same. Except the martyrdom. This isn't a western value. Although I wonder what the kids or men who came into public places and shot people and killed masses of student in high schools were doing at home? Were video games part of their home life? I wouldn't doubt it at all.

This is freedom in 2011, this is the next generation... should I dare start talking of conspiracies??? Maybe next time.And in the meantime, let freedom ring!

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