Even a video game’s ‘Make America Nazi-free Again’ slogan ticked some people off

Being anti-Nazi has typically been a pretty safe bet.

I don’t game much any more but when I did, I played earlier iterations of Wolfenstein.

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  • DMB

    This is what happens when Moral/Cultural Relativism becomes the standard norm.

    • Jabberwokk

      They called me crazy and uneducated when I opposed them. heh, heh, NOW WHO ARE THE CRAZY ONES! eeeeeEEEEkekekekekeke

  • It seems that the progressive Left is upset that the Nazis were defeated more than 70 years ago, otherwise why would they continually try to resurrect them? The Left is almost as upset about the defeat of Nazism as they are about the defeat of Hillary!

    • mobuyus

      Well the progressive left is fascism after all.

  • Hard Little Machine

    I’m amazed liberals still permit games with violence and/or guns or even male characters at all. Next year all games will be about lesbians knitting Muslim prayer mats out of their own placentas.

    • lolwut? (Deplorable Hoser)

      That image went well with my morning coffee.

      Thanks!

  • BeukendaalMason

    The new Wolfenstein games have some of the best commercials for them.

    Blitzmench – Uber Man to Uber Hero https://youtu.be/-Kn119K7TeE

    Liesel (A Girls Best Friend) https://youtu.be/-Rwzqq_sQUM

    German or Else (probably a Liberals new favorite game show) https://youtu.be/Iyy7cP8jZb4

  • Una Salus

    Peter Hines is not “worried about being on the right side of history” because Nazis.

    “But he said the game wasn’t some sort of social critique on 2017 America.” it just “unfortunately happens to highlight current events in the real world.”

    Peter Hines is not saying Trump supporters are Nazis but Nazis.

    “The debate is happening in mostly the dark corners of Twitter. And some of the most vocal critics have since deleted their comments or protected their tweets.”

    I’m not saying stupid but stupid thought control Nazis.