Posted on August 29, 2007,

UK Parliament Member Proposes Violent Video Game Ban

violent-video-games1.jpgWhy are video games still a target for politicians? Haven’t they milked it for all they’re worth yet?

Conservative UK Parliament member David Cameron is apparently proposing a ban on violent video games as part of a plan to control crime rates. The move comes alongside a number of other proposals which are all aimed at making the UK a more peaceful place.

According to an article on Free Market News Network, Cameron wants to focus on changing people’s behavior starting at home and in schools. But he also threatened to put two prisoners in jail cells together? Does he believe they will learn from each other’s wrongs?

Why stop there, though? Why not introduce sedatives in the water supply? THX 1138, anyone?

via Free Market News Network

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2 Comments on UK Parliament Member Proposes Violent Video Game Ban

Hutch

On August 29, 2007 at 4:27 am

I was a conservative until this…

havoc of smeg

On September 28, 2007 at 4:48 am

i wouldnt worry about this. everyone just ignores cameron now, he is just full of that goes around for 30 seconds and is never heard of again.