Journalists Whine About Crappy Game with a Journalist-Killing Mission

Daily Stormer
May 20, 2019

This is what they’re whining about. Seriously.

People who make a (crappy) living out of trying to make anyone who disagrees with any part of Shlomo’s program broke and homeless are whining that you can kill one of them in a (crappy) video game.

They have a lot of nerve, these worthless parasites.


A popular sniper-mission video game encouraging players to assassinate a journalist has been pulled by its developer after media reports exposed the controversial shooting scene.

‘Sniper 3D Assassin’ was a free game on Apple devices as well as gaming platform Steam, and was available on Amazon, Google and Microsoft app stores.

New York Times journalist Jamal Jordan tweeted about the journalist killing mission after his nephew showed him the game.

The ‘Breaking News’ mission tells players to make a journalist “famous in a different way,” by shooting them after they receive documents from a police officer. When the mission ends, the screen reads, “That’s a cover story.”

This game has been around for a long time (the video at the top is over a year old) and they’ve only now started to harass the people who made it.

This shows that not only are these scum more preoccupied with censoring things – they suck at it as well.

Jamal Jordan, the gay nigger journalist in question, uses the Twitter handle “Lil Uzi Hurt,” which I think is appropriate for The Times.

“Oy vey! One of our schwartzas finally did something useful!” – New York Times editor

Modern “journalists” are probably the most pathetic and whiny priestly caste in the history of the world.

Seriously, at least actual priests said things that you can’t demonstrably disprove, while these people just lie through their teeth, and then they call you crazy and try to destroy your life when you point it out.

They’re lying so much they’re even doing it when there’s no point.

Even weather reports are fake news these days

And yet they genuinely believe they are a protected class, worthy of special privileges in society.

Developers from TFG Co. pulled the game after it was contacted by the HuffPost, insisting it had been “fictional” and intended for “mature audiences.”

“At TFG, we work to create games that bring fun and entertainment to users all around the world,” CTO Mac-Vicar said. “As such, we take feedback from our players very seriously. After listening to our community today, we have decided to remove the mission ‘Breaking News’ from the game.”

The thing looks like it was aimed at 10-year-olds who never played a decent game in their lives, but that’s besides the point.

Their community didn’t say anything for at least a year, and then all of a sudden became bothered because these parasites whined about it on Twitter.

Most of these companies are either too dumb or too cowardly to understand how much sympathy they’d get by just telling these cockroaches to fuck off.

The game was released in 2014 and had 10 million downloads in its first month. At one stage in 2016 it was the most downloaded game on Apple’s App Store.

Which just goes to show how crappy tablet games are in general, and that PC gamers are the true Gaming Master Race.

But that doesn’t matter right now.

What matters is that “journalists” are scum, and people are right to hate them.