New Role-Playing Video Game Promotes Violence Against LGBT Community & More
A new role-playing video game called Angry Goy II aims to slaughter Jews, journalists and the LGBT community…
This past week, a new game was released revolving around a character’s aim to murder gays, communists, journalists and various minority groups. The 80’s inspired RPG, entitled Angry Goy II, offer various weapons, including guns, knives and pepper spray, to slaughter targeted groups in the most malicious of ways.
The game allows players to choose playable characters, such as white supremacist Richard Spencer and the infamous ‘Crying Nazi’ Christopher Cantwell, to save President Donald Trump from ‘left-wing terrorists.’ One of the levels even includes a mission to break into a gay club called ‘LGBTQ+ Agenda HQ’ and massacre everyone inside; a shockingly similar comparison to the Pulse nightclub attack from June 2016.
The game portrays gays with large, erect penises to insinuate members of the LGBT community are pedophiles, while other targets include journalists inside their office in the ‘Fake News Network,’ which is a clear homage to President Trump’s declaration to media outlets that critique his actions. Other heinous references include signs stating ‘children welcome’ outside the gay club and blatant depictions of the pride flag.
Angry Goy II is a sequel to Angry Goy; a game dedicating to murdering refugees, black people and the repulsive historical reference of pushing Jews into ovens. The opening credits also make another Nazi-esque reference, declaring “There is only one solution…a Final Solution,” which openly suggests the idea of ethnic cleansing.
One of the game’s playable characters, Cantwell, has made the RPG download on his website. The alt-right activist calls the game a ‘hit for white males, who have had it with Jewish bullsh*t,’ and promotes the game:
“Instead of taking out your frustrations on actual human beings, you can fight the mongrels and degenerates on your computer! Use guns, knives, pepper spray, and more! Lay waste to wave after wave of shitd*cks, sh*tskins, sh*tstains, and the k*kes they serve.”
Cantwell is an outspoken white supremacist, who gain his fame – or infamy – from his role at the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville in 2017. He earned the nickname ‘Crying Nazi’ when he wept after learning of his possibility for arrest for inciting violence.
The game was initially promoted on YouTube yet was removed for violating the video-sharing site’s hate-speech rules. A spokesperson for the website stated, “Hate speech has no place on the YouTube platform and we have clear policies against it,” which also lead to the removal of most videos dealing with the RPG.