Originally posted by josh2009s
Video games are bad, mmkay?
It's not the platform, it's the content.
I am surprised that people here have either condemned (all) or defended (awful) video games.
I mean, there are good games and bad games, just like there are good movies and bad movies. Books? Why do so many people mention books? Could it be so
that they could have a handy reference to all those times when books were burned, and to show how they are for liberty and freedom of speech, and so
Books and video games are inherently different. You can go nuts reading awful books, but the difference is that usually kids don't read a lot of
books (young kids can't even read yet). But they already play video games.
Books happen inside of you, when you voluntarily read them, and they happen at YOUR pace, at your frequency, without any kind of external influence,
except ink figures on paper. That makes it relatively harmless, no matter what is written.
Video games are a different thing - they are externally immersive - I mean, they use all kinds of sound effects, musics that alter the frequencies
that you would otherwise naturally adhere to, they bring the 'vibes down' very easily, distorting your living aura, and affecting your lowest, most
animalistic urges and desires, and draw you closer to the level of demons.
Video games happen in real-time, so you must be, stay and remain completely focused. They require you to keep your eyeballs aimed at a fixed place
(monitor/TV) all the time, while they flicker all kinds of visuals - exciting or gory, that syncs with the sounds and the musics. This puts you into a
trance that downward-spirals your consciousness towards an unintelligent half-zombie-animal that lusts for (at least virtual) blood, gore and killing.
I mean, that games with low vibes, horror, gore, and all kinds of nightmarish imagery can even exist, is a serious bunch of symptoms of very, very
serious and awful sickness.
Don't people realize that video games are used just like movies and TV shows, to bring people down to their most animalistic or demonic lusts to turn
them into as horrible beings as possible with such methods, and that the NWO-style horror-and-murder-worshipping, the Nazi death cult
skull+crossbones-symbol is applied to almost every modern game?
People who claim to know about 11.9. being an inside job (yes, that's how the date is written in certain places), who claim to know about NWO and
their evil intentions, and how they are pushing their masonic symbolism to people, starting from kindergarten, and ranging from music videos to
magazines and regular TV shows, still wear black clothes, they still stupidly and 'brainwashedly' (not a word, I know), almost touchingly loyally
continue using those evil brands, playing those evil games, and doing all the evil deeds in the games, as if those are natural things to do.
Sure, it's only simulated, sure, it's only video game - it's only polygons, pixels, and such. It's not as bad as the real thing as far as
immediate consequences are concerned. Sure.
But the long-term consequences might be more severe than people know, and if the pre-"video-game-murderer"-self of someone could quickly visit the
"murdered-in-videogames-for-20-years"-self, they might actually be shocked in horror and disgust, as what they have changed into.
People are of course different, and their tolerance level to atrocities, 'metal music' and all that demonic, downbringing stuff varies, but I bet
many depressions have begun with innocent shoot'em'ups. I used to be able to play those games a long time ago, but then I started feeling disgusted
at the constant loud gun sounds and screams and all that other stuff, and I stopped to wonder: what the heck am I doing? It wasn't even fun! It was
slightly addictive, I wanted another 'fix' after awhile, but it had stopped being fun, and so I examined my life and asked whether I really want
that kind of games in it.
Turns out, I really didn't need such games at all. And I would never play a 'horror' game of the modern kind (maybe an older game, like 'Alone in
the Dark', because it was fun and innocent, and didn't have that "downbringing style" yet, though it did give me a good scare at one point, a long
When you think about it, is it really -relaxing- to murder people in a game, or is it stimulating something animalistic in you?
There are good video games, there are lots and lots of good ones. But they can't be compared to books, and yes, it IS the parents.
If the parents are just kids, then it's those kids' parents! A parent IS responsible, but this happens, when more and more women decide they don't
need a man in their life, but they would LOOOVE a baby. So they get pregnant and kick the father out of their lives (or don't even tell him). The
single mom is the worst parent in human history, and criminal statistics back up this claim. Misandry destroyed civilization.