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German IT student creates a politically correct version of a classic game where the player has to shoot at AfD politicians

By A.S.

In Leipzig, a German student of Informational Technology created a new version of a classic computer game Space Invaders in which, instead of alien ships or flying saucers the player shoots at the politicians of the German right party AfD (Alternative for Germany).

In the new version of the classic game from 1978, made by some German student, probably an adherent of far-left ideology and a supporter of Antifa, the player gets points if, instead of space ships, he kills the politicians of the right-wing party AfD. So, instead of the spaceships, the screen shows the faces of Alice Weidel, Alexander Gaulanda, Jörg Meuthen, Beatrix von Storch, and other known politicians of AfD. His professors were thrilled about the game, even giving him a high grade.

Seeing all this we cannot but ask ourselves, what would be the reaction if some identitarian student would create a game where you have to shoot at Angela Merkel and the politicians of CDU, or god forbid at poor migrants and flying saucers with rainbow flags? But, for the “progressive” and “tolerant” lefties, and even for their professors and mainstream academics, who are one of the main spreaders of the cultural Marxist virus, those who think differently, and who reject false dogmas of the modern left, or deny their theories about various “social constructs”, are not worthy of living in a progressive multicultural society of the 21st century.

In fact, we are witnessing just another of many cases of “dehumanization” of their opponents, a political tactic about which the German theoretician Carl Schmitt also wrote. The modern left uses these tactics constantly against its ideological opponents and even against everyone that doesn’t agree with the leftist views. Someone who is a “far-right” according to leftist definitions doesn’t deserve any personal liberties or dignity. Those who would not kneel in front of the new idols of tolerance and diversity are barely human, and such leftist mentality is reflected within the “culture” that the leftist hegemony produces, including the mentioned videogame.

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