Dallas – Remember Christopher Cantwell? He’s that Nazi white supremacist shown in the Vice News video showing off all his guns and bragging about what a badass he was before the “United the Right” Nazi rally in Charlottesville last year. The “rally” in Charlottesville ended with a woman protesting the Nazis, Heather Heyer, murdered by a Nazi who rammed his car into a crowd of protesters.
Guess what Cantwell has done now. He has released a new “video game” that requires players to break into a nightclub called “LGBTQ+ Agenda HQ” to shoot LGBT people to win the game, according to various reports, including one by Bill Browning with LGBTQ Nation. In the game, you can tell which ones are the gay men because they have large, erect penises because they are all sexual predators..
It’s called “Angry Goy II,” and it is basically an updated version of Cantwell’s earlier game, “Angry Goy,” in which, to win, players had to shove Jewish people into ovens. Nice, huh? In the promotional copy for the game on his website Cantwell says: “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 shitdicks, shitskins, shitstains, and the k – s (yes, that is a censured version of a slur for Jewish people) they serve.” And in a press release sent to the far-right social network Gab, Cantrell says: “All White men should hunt down and mercilessly kill as many tr – –s [slur for trans women], faggots, n – –s, k – s, and cucks as they possibly can in the new hit game Angry Goy 2.” (Dallas Voice – Tammye Nash at Dallasvoice.com/crying-nazi-releases-video-game-in-which-players-kill-the-gays-in-a-nightclub-to-win)
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