Finally, Video Games Accused Of Causing Terrorism! (GRAPHIC)

They’ve been blamed for mass murder. They’ve been blamed for crime. They’ve even been blamed for political unrest. There are all terrible, terrible things they actually had nothing to do with but are still responsible for. But the true threat posed by video games has never been confronted. Until Now.

At long last, the brave journalists at The Sun have finally managed to make the nefarious, nonexistent connection between video gaming, and SCARY INTERNATIONAL TERROR!

Granted, what the Sun doesn’t mention is that the only thing Al Queda would learn playing Call of Duty is that we can defeat them by requiring them to purchase a gold membership to access any foreign country. But just to be safe, we should burn all our Xboxes and hang anyone caught talking about hunting zombies.

Via Reddit (of course!)

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5 Comments on Finally, Video Games Accused Of Causing Terrorism! (GRAPHIC)


On March 20, 2012 at 11:21 am

Reddit trolling everyone again.

Either that or Someone is about to get fired.


On March 21, 2012 at 3:06 am

The Military in 1st world countries does the same they use video games as a form of “training” all the time why would the opfor be any different?


On March 21, 2012 at 6:27 am

lol…if this story were true it would be about them using a combat simulator game like ARMA2 not an arcade p.o.s. like CoD.

if they really are using CoD then we have nothing to fear.


On March 22, 2012 at 2:17 pm

I read the article, but despite the headline and a couple of lines about terrorists trying to learn from the game, the article seemed to be more about terrorists using the VoIP functions to discuss plans with each other during matches because it’s harder to trace. Still, as a training simulator, it would be interesting to see terrorists running around with dual 1887′s and bunny hopping.


On March 30, 2012 at 10:23 am

It’s true. This stuff makes geeks and nerds get even crazier. That’s why we can’t get enough.