just read this article re human rights groups condemning war games for violating the geneva convention by allowing gamers to wantonly destroy buildings and kill innocent people etc - personally i really dislike war games myself (beyond metal slug) but do feel there’s something seriously amiss here - a bewildering assumption that fantasy and reality [...]

just read this article re human rights groups condemning war games for violating the geneva convention by allowing gamers to wantonly destroy buildings and kill innocent people etc - personally i really dislike war games myself (beyond metal slug) but do feel there’s something seriously amiss here - a bewildering assumption that fantasy and reality are indistinguishable and should be treated the same - i’m also perplexed there’s a list of rules for the rightful way to conduct a war - if anything they are treating the real life killing of people as a game!…

as expected the uk has now enacted the laws incriminating pornographic cartoons and any other non-real images of child obscenity - little press fanfare regarding this it seems - no big matter

next up for the police state of uk is the formation of an internet militia and the burning at the stake anyone found file-sharing


Posted: 2009-11-28 02:47:12Author:trevor brown