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Hugo Chavez: “PlayStation is poison”

Hugo Chavez: “PlayStation is poison”


PlayStation is poison – capitalistic filth forced on our children to promote the ideals of the fat-cats running city hall and taking them down the road to hell. At least, this is what Hugo Chavez, president of Venezuela, made out in his weekly TV and radio show ‘Alo Presidente’.

Speaking to the nation, the normally shy and reserved president had this to say of Sony’s machine (we do reckon he just meant videogames in general, in the way that a confused parent will say ‘PlayStation’ when they mean any console at all):

“Those games they call ‘PlayStation’ are poison. Some games teach you to kill. They once put my face on a game, ‘you’ve got to find Chavez to kill him.'”

He’s probably talking about Mercenaries 2 there, which didn’t actually feature Chavez but was set in Venezuela. Anyway, he went on to say that any game that let players “bomb cities or just throw bombs” are used to spread the ideals of violence among their users so they can “later sell weapons.”

Of course, he didn’t stop there, adding that games “promote the need for cigarettes, drugs and alcohol so they can sell them. That’s capitalism, the road to hell.”

We’re tempted to agree, really. We probably don’t, but we like to say we’re tempted to cause as much controversy as Chavez, the big leftie. As an aside, I’ve just realised I share my birthday with him, therefore meaning he’s an ace guy.

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  • Dave Moore

    no,he’s a ace h××e