A new video game called Angry Goy II allows players to take on the character of Charlottesville white nationalist Richard Spencer, while the trailer shows him burning leftist protesters with a lit Tiki torch.
The game is the sequel to Angry Goy, which saw users shoving Jewish people into ovens.
“Angry Goy II is the season’s hit game for white males who have had it with Jewish bullshit,” notorious white supremacist Christopher Cantwell wrote on the social networking site Radical Agenda, a ‘free speech’ website. The site was previously taken offline after its host learned that the alleged Pittsburgh synagogue shooter posted there before he opened fire on the Tree of Life temple.
The extremist wrote, “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 sh*tdicks, sh*tskins, sh*tstains, and the k*kes they serve.”
One source said that one of the game’s levels looked “eerily similar” to Pulse nightclub. On that level, players “break into a gay club, called the ‘LGBTQ+ Agenda HQ,’ and slaughter everyone inside.” Another level sees players shoot journalists and reporters at the ‘Fake News Network’.
AWM explained, “If a player fails to ‘save the West,’ they are treated to one of several ‘game over’ sequences, including footage from the 2017 torture of a developmentally disabled white teen by several black assailants.”
“One sequence shows a woman identified as a ‘Jewess’ claiming that ‘Europe has not yet learned to be multicultural.’ Another shows a small, transgender child talking about how they are ‘normal, just like everybody else,” they added.
The trailer for the first Angry Goy video game was pulled from YouTube because it was so offensive, showing Nazi symbols and images of Hitler. Youtube then had to release a statement, explaining that “Hate speech has no place on the YouTube platform and we have clear policies against it.”
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