I bet this game is going to be called liberal propaganda for not promoting war

#1DeathofseasonsxPosted 6/28/2012 3:52:24 AM
Almost anything that is against murder, for human rights, against war, Is based on war and does not glamorize it or promote it or just pretty much tells truths about america that aren't pretty is called liberal propaganda for some reason, which I don't understand because that would imply that the ones complaining live in a fantasy world.
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#2CarpetfluffPosted 6/28/2012 2:58:52 PM(edited)
The sheer number of people you kill would stop this ever being able to claim it's trying to be anti-war propaganda - all they were aiming for was to make people think about it a little more, to show that it's not a clear cut 'we're good, you're bad' situation and that it actually has an effect on the people involved.
#3Zegma310Posted 6/28/2012 5:10:58 PM
Why do people over-think things and try to turn things into something they're not
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#4natevinesPosted 6/28/2012 5:53:22 PM
No. No, it won't.

There are plenty of games that don't glorify war that aren't called 'liberal propaganda'. Nothing to see here.
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#5shawnmckPosted 6/28/2012 10:47:33 PM
The liberals do propagandize war...and they do it all the time and in a shameful & distasteful way.
However this game does not do that.
You see, to liberals all wars are "evil" & unnecessary and whatnot, and they don't make any distinctions.
This game isn't like that, and doesn't treat war negatively, but rather what humans are capable of during a war.

You see the game doesn't put a negative spin on why US soldiers are there....but on what happens when things go bad and soldiers are forced to make terrible decisions.

I've seen a lot of movies that disgust me because they are nothing but propaganda pieces by the Liberals in the movie industry.
Whereas this game was done very tastefully and artistically.
I don't think you can compare them at all.
#6DarthBadgerPosted 6/29/2012 3:12:45 PM
I'm pretty much in agreement with the rest of these posts. The game isn't intended as a propaganda machine for any political point of view. If it was intended as liberal propaganda it would have a complete "war is bad, killing is bad, and you are bad for making any exceptions" overtone which I do not believe it to have at all.

Besides, if an anti-war/violence message was intended then something interactive like a video game would not get the point across very well as there are always those who play these games just because they got bored of creating corpses in some other video game.
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#7LightFantasticPosted 6/29/2012 5:43:21 PM
shawnmck posted...
The liberals do propagandize war...and they do it all the time and in a shameful & distasteful way.
However this game does not do that.
You see, to liberals all wars are "evil" & unnecessary and whatnot, and they don't make any distinctions.
This game isn't like that, and doesn't treat war negatively, but rather what humans are capable of during a war.

You see the game doesn't put a negative spin on why US soldiers are there....but on what happens when things go bad and soldiers are forced to make terrible decisions.

I've seen a lot of movies that disgust me because they are nothing but propaganda pieces by the Liberals in the movie industry.
Whereas this game was done very tastefully and artistically.
I don't think you can compare them at all.


Take the tinfoil hat off Uncle Rush and come back to reality with the rest of us.

I'm surprised you have time to play a video game considering you've probably been posting on the Blaze all day long about that terrible socialist health care plan that turned out to be constitutional.
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#8damaddokPosted 6/29/2012 11:35:17 PM
It has been scientifically proven that the conservative party attracts more stupid people than liberals because their stance is easier to understand.

The most outspoken conservatives that dismiss things as 'liberal propaganda' are these stupid people.
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#9natevinesPosted 6/30/2012 12:01:55 PM
It has been scientifically proven that the conservative party attracts more stupid people than liberals because their stance is easier to understand.

Really? I always thought the idea that 'free', social programs are good was a lot simpler to understand than the nuances of a free market.

Also, if you want to see some of the intelligent people attracted by the left, go into any inner city. Neither side has a monopoly on idiocy.
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#10shawnmckPosted 6/30/2012 1:16:51 PM
@ LightFantastic

I guess you like living in denial, huh ?

And the Liberals (left) don't contain any smarter individuals.....just because they (you) think you're smart, doesn't mean you are.

And you haven't even proven me wrong or argued against what I said.
All you've done is try to insult me...which is typical procedure of the Left.....can't comment or argue your case legitimately, then attack & ridicule the messenger.
The truth is that there have been lots of movies that are nothing but propaganda pieces.
If the Right (Conservatives) had a monopoly on the movie industry then you would see a lot more movies that propagandize wars in a more positive light....
But since the movie industry is predominately populated by the Socialist Left (Liberals) then we tend to get more movies that propagandize war in a negative way.

The same goes for the News and Politics.
Both sides use their own form of propaganda.
The trick is to cut away at the propaganda & get to the truth.....something the Left or Liberals are never interested in.

And if I was as fanatic as you think I was...then I wouldn't like the story of this game at all....but I do like it. Its a very interesting & intriguing take.
So I am not as fanatical as you think I am.