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Activision, one of the largest third-party video game publishers in the world, is now using propaganda via "Call of Duty" video game to convert all of their 'gamers' into gender-fluid-trans-somethings, who focus on gay sexual preferences for identity (www.naturalnews.com)

Activision, one of the largest third-party video game publishers in the world, out of Santa Monica, CA, is now using propaganda via “Call of Duty” video game to convert all of their ‘gamers’ into gender-fluid-trans-somethings, who focus on gay sexual preferences for identity.

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Steven Casteel
Steven Casteel
2 months ago

Playing the game Undertale transformed the way I think about video games.

Why is it that the main gameplay loop is to slaughter / kill?

I still push back with the idea that it is bad since it’s just basically laser tag, but still, there’s got to be a higher consciousness way forward.

Like that cult of the lamb game. There is something different and more nefarious about that than a game like DOOM 2016 where you are hunting demons.

Mario Bros is an obstacle course. And it is implied that nothing is actually dying, they’re all just playing theater with each other (NES Super Mario 3). Play killing like wrestling with your dog.

There is something low vibration there that I can’t quite put my finger on.

Steven Casteel
Steven Casteel
2 months ago
Reply to  Steven Casteel

Games Done Quick as of two years ago now has all guests feature their pronouns in the UI.

The Smash Bros tournaments were all masked up.

Star Craft was also masked up, but that seemed more of Koreans themselves than the organizers. Still, all the commentators cuck it up with gamer Scarlet and always call him “her” even though there isn’t a single pro female SC player.

ImStatingTheObvious
ImStatingTheObvious
2 months ago
Reply to  Steven Casteel

People are more likely to go to war or be violent if they play first person shooter games or games like Grand Theft Auto.

Rey
Rey
2 months ago

Do you have some sources on that proving your statement?
My son who has played first person shooters as well as real time strategy war games is terrified to actually pick up and fire a gun.
I am a Career Soldier who has seen conflict in both Iraq and Afghanistan as a Cav Scout.
Your statement “people are more likely to go to war” seems askew. Not a single Soldier, Marine, Airman, Navalman has ever chosen to go to war. We choose to join a military service wether it be for job security, education, or discipline, health benefits for our families. Our corrupt governments and politicians are the ones who are more likely to “go to war” over their petty squabbles.
Lastly this is in no way an attack on your statement or you at all. I would just be interested in seeing the research that’s been done proving playing a video game makes people more likely to go to war. I would almost think it has something more to do in general with the governments themselves aggrandizing and glorifying war through movies, books, tv, and propaganda.

A E
A E
2 months ago
Reply to  Rey

It’s a SIMulator training. When I was in late high school, we lived near Barksdale AFB and we were visited by some brass who selected a few of us based on our ASVAB scores (The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery Test (ASVAB) helps reveal career strengths for prospective enlisted Soldiers [for those who don’t know] I was never ROTC, we all just were required to take these tests and follow up steps without question – it was never presented as a choice).

I know I did extremely well on that simulator flight, but I never heard another word concerning it. It felt amazing, knowing that I took so easily to something so awesome feeling, “flying” entirely using almost exclusively your cockpit tools as reads. I would have gone “Regala aHmy” had they let me fly helicopters – I thought I’d prefer their maneuverability over a plane.

Had a couple of unusual, albeit seemingly minor things occur during intake processing and my time at Ft. Dix, NJ in 1988 – we were the last recruits just before the post closed (In 1988, Fort Dix ended its “Active Army” training Mission, and began a new mission of mobilizing, deploying, and demobilizing reserve components, providing training areas for Army Reserve and National Guard Soldiers.)

If board games such as chess, and even toddler-aged ones such as Battleship begin to teach strategy, what would make these advanced games any different?

A E
A E
2 months ago
Reply to  A E

When I begin a new undertaking, I find that initially I am absorbed with discovering each detail of how and why we do things the way we do – I am fixated on understanding the process(es) and broadening my approach from what I’m given as “the steps” (the steps afford you the ability to operate the meat slicer back and forth) then I like to zoom out and think on ways to improve it once I’ve got the meat slicer mastered like riding a bike. I’m never satisfied with memorizing the steps, because rote memorization has never been my thing, I need to really understand in order to even have recall, so I drive everyone training me a bit nuts initially. But after long enough I can write the P&P from scratch and train others.

Once I get the initial improvements discovered and figured, I can then see clearly enough (on autopilot) to focus on the lay of the land (the people, places and other fine details before me) so I can interact with my environment as effectively as possible. I can figure out what to do if the meat slicer stops working or the electricity goes out so I don’t lose progress. I can pause amidst the processes to be human with others I am impacting, to relax, listen, and learn from them now as well.

While the SIMs aren’t the same as the real thing, it’s a very effective training wheel so, should the reality manifest, your brain has already got the most basic mechanics down.

If these games don’t train, why does the military use them for their own troops? army.mil/article/235085/soldiers_maintain_readiness_playing_video_games#:~:text=Simulations%20and%20gaming%20are%20nothing,and%20Advanced%20Gunnery%20Training%20Systems.

Think Neo plugging in and downloading the flight programs, fight programs, etc.

A E
A E
2 months ago
Reply to  A E

I’ll bet your child knows which weapons do what and in what circumstances to select the best option(s).

Buddhaboy19
Buddhaboy19
2 months ago

Everything is ghay now. Our soccer team is ghay, our military is gay, our leaders are ghay.

It’s one of the weapons of the NWO, cuts down on population and weakens society from those dang toxic masculine men.

So over it. Maybe we do need a re-set

Evalusk
Evalusk
2 months ago
Reply to  Buddhaboy19

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Pp pp
Pp pp
2 months ago

At least it’s accurate about what the US military stands for

TinyAmazon
TinyAmazon
2 months ago

Video games are mind control/occult programming. Just the same as television and internet. They’re fun but everything in this world has a deeper purpose beyond what people consider

Rico Suave
Rico Suave
2 months ago

Mike Adams is controlled opp. 👍👍👍