October 10, 2019
For those of you who don’t know, Activision-Blizzard is partially owned by Tencent, which is more or less a part of the Chinese government. Although few Asians are dumb enough to play Activision crap, most Blizzard games have a majority following in China. (Obviously excluding World of Warcraft and Overwatch. I’m talking about the other big franchises – Warcraft, Starcraft and Hearthstone.)
Blizzard and the NBA are the two American companies over which China has the most leverage, and they’re the two companies that are refusing to allow people to go nuts with this “kill cops, kill journalists, destroy the trains” antifa terror agenda in China.
Couple ejected from NBA game for holding up Free Hong Kong signs https://t.co/D0TeWFpz6e The same Chinese team that played the @Sixers yesterday plays the @WashWizards in DC tonight. It'd be a shame if, after the national anthem, the fans as one started chanting "Free Hong Kong!" pic.twitter.com/lsgJQoCAYd
— Mark Krikorian (@MarkSKrikorian) October 9, 2019
So of course, they must be completely attacked by the entire establishment for not supporting this violent terrorist movement. While the anal psychopath Paul Joseph Watson claims that this shows that “the establishment” is against a CIA-backed terrorist overthrow of the Chinese government.
A small group of Activision Blizzard employees walked out of work Tuesday afternoon to protest the company’s actions against a gamer who expressed support for pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong during an official livestream.
The game publisher behind online multiplayer hits like World of Warcraft and Overwatch banned Hong Kong-based professional Hearthstone player Chung Ng Wai from the game’s lucrative pro league for a year on Tuesday. Chung, who uses the handle “Blitzchung,” prompted the ban after saying “Liberate Hong Kong, revolution of our times” during an interview about his tournament wins. Blizzard’s actions forced him to forfeit $10,000 in prize money he had already won.
“The action Blizzard took against the player was pretty appalling but not surprising,” a longtime Blizzard employee told The Daily Beast. “Blizzard makes a lot of money in China, but now the company is in this awkward position where we can’t abide by our values.”
Your values are black mask terrorist uprisings and burning down cities in the name of the CIA?
What sort of corporate values are those?
“I’m disappointed,” another current Blizzard employee said. “We want people all over the world to play our games, but no action like this can be made with political neutrality.” The employees spoke on condition of anonymity for fear of professional consequences.
Protesting Blizzard employees from multiple departments gathered at an iconic statue of an Orc warrior charging into battle in the center of the company’s main campus in Irvine, California, starting around 10 a.m. Pacific Time.
The Chinese tech giant Tencent owns a 5 percent stake in Blizzard, and the gaming company earned 12 percent of its revenue from the Asia-Pacific region last quarter, according to its earnings reports.
The decision prompted backlash from gamers and non-gamers alike, adding fuel to the fire begun by the National Basketball Association’s own controversy over China and the Hong Kong protests.
A person claiming to be a Blizzard employee and using the handle “Standingwhk” posted a picture to Reddit and Imgur that showed roughly 20 employees involved in the demonstration. Several employees held umbrellas, a visual symbol adopted by protesters in Hong Kong. Two current Blizzard employees authenticated the photo to The Daily Beast.
Blizzard has placed plaques with its core company values along a circular compass around the orc. According to the two employees and photos, protesters had papered over one that read, “Every voice matters.”
Blizzard’s actions inspired a negative reaction among lawmakers, who denounced the gaming giant. On Twitter, Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR) said the company was willing to “humiliate itself” to please China. And Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) declared, “Implications of this will be felt long after everyone in U.S. politics today is gone.”
Ah yes. The Jew and the neocon warmonger come together to put government pressure on a private company for not supporting the terrorists. That’s what happens in a democracy, you see. Not like those bad, bad dictatorships like China, where the government puts pressure on companies to be against terrorism.
I’m a Blizzard games player. I’ve obviously never played professionally, but I was pretty high up in the ladders on both WC3 and SC2 back in my day.
What if me, or someone like me, had been at one of these events and said “Hong Kong is China!”
Well, firstly, anyone from Hong Kong present at the event would have slipped on a black mask, rushed me and physically attacked me.
Because the Hong Kong revolutionaries are violent antifa terrorists whose only language is violence because they have no political platform other than destruction.
And I can tell you: all the same people screaming about Blitzchung getting a minor reprimand for politicizing a sport would be calling for me to get completely banned.
The greasy Jew bastard Ron Wyden and the faggot Cuban spy Rubio would be calling for the US government to pull their contacts with Activision-Blizzard, demanding whichever other punishment befall me.
Whenever you’ve got Marco “The Butcher of Infowars.com” Rubio talking about freedom of speech, you’ve got to take pause.