Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Grand Theft Auto... Lite?

There is a new computer game out... ICED. (acronym: I can end deportation)

"As an immigrant teen you are avoiding ICE officers..."

While I have not had a chance to download and play it yet the website alone is priceless. The police sirens noises in the background really add to the ambience. The game purports to be about "human rights" but people who have to avoid law enforcement as an objective are clearly doing something wrong.

Can we now assume democrat politicians will blame illegal immigration on video games?

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

What's interesting is to follow a Police car as it drives on Lancaster Dr. in NE Salem and watch as 99% of the Hispanics quickly turn their backs and especially those waiting at the bus shelters.

Hoodie Up!!

Its a Cultural thing.

Anonymous said...

And again ... Daniel Miglavs, always tackling the big issues of our times. The profound questions. A misunderstood genius, he is. A man of his time, for all time.

justaquestion said...

What was your excuse Daniel for evading the police and trying to get your lawyer to get evidence against you thrown out. Namely, you worked to supress evidence when you were caught packing without a concealed carry permit and posessing meth. So if you weren't doing anything wrong, why didn't you fess up for your crimes???

Calhoun said...

I did a whois on the game site (icedgame.com) and found that it's owned by breakthrough.tv. A fun site, run mostly by Indians (India Indians). They complain about human rights and HIV and race and immigration.

They believe that "...current U.S immigration policies are unconstitutional, unnecessary, and demean all of us who are proud to live in America."

Check out their America rocks video :

"A young South Asian boy and his parents are watching television. The President of the U.S. announces a terrorist threat. The parents fear for their son’s safety and force him to go to school covered in stickers of the American flag to hide his brown skin. A satirical commentary on our country’s post-9/11 climate of fear, hate, and rampant racial profiling of immigrants and communities of color, this short provides a moment of comic relief while educating audiences about the impact of racism and xenophobia."

I guess there's a lot of Indian illegal aliens here. Contrary to what the Raza-ists preach, not all illegal aliens are Latino.

Anonymous said...

Calhoun:

LMAO, nice try at double spinning. La Raza doesn't preach that only Latinos are here illegally. However, La Raza does say that 57% of them are Mexican to help idiots who blame it all on "the Mexicans" put things into perspective.

You should visit La Raza's website and actually READ what they have to say.

I think you're mixed up. It's not La Raza you're thinking of, it's the typical OFIR and their lackeys who think all Latinos are illegals or, at the very least, their
"genetically linked" (Dat's precious term) co-conspirators.

Anonymous said...

What's wrong with wearing a hoodie? Is that un-American now too? I can't keep up. What will it be next?

Anonymous said...

"What will it be next?"

Answer: Having dark skin.

Anonymous said...

"What will it be next?"

Answer: Having dark skin.

Calhoun said...

anon 7:58 AM :

Nice try at double spinning! But you're very mixed up. I didn't refer to "La Raza" or their website.

Whenever we point out that not all illegal aliens are Latino, the pro-amnesty crowd screeches "well, most of them are! So if you oppose amnesty, you're a racist!" I guess we won't hear that from you, though, and that's good.

Anonymous said...

Calhoun says:

Whenever we point out that not all illegal aliens are Latino....

Calhoun: I've been coming to this blog for 3 or 4 years now. You are only the 2nd or 3rd person who has EVER pointed out that not all illegals are Latino, and you are the FIRST I have EVER seen from Daniel's side (for lack of a better term)! I wont say from "the anti-illegal" side because there seems to be two camps on that side also.

Camp #1 - Daniel's ilk

Camp #2 - Those who want to solve the illegal immigration problem without resorting to insults, hypocricy, stereotyping, race-bashing, hating, sneering, bigotry and xenophobic ugliness.

Calhoun said...

anon 11:56 AM said :

"Calhoun: I've been coming to this blog for 3 or 4 years now. You are only the 2nd or 3rd person who has EVER pointed out that not all illegals are Latino, and you are the FIRST I have EVER seen ..." (etc)

Dude ... I don't care.

Anonymous said...

In Miglavia, grown and presumably mature adults (like, for example, Daniel Miglavs) pay attention to news about the latest video games. Does Daniel Miglavs play video games? If so, are we entitled to lump him in with "sheeple," a term he applies to those who waste away the hours watching, for example, watch "American Idol"? Just wondering.

Anyway, welcome to Miglavia.

Anonymous said...

This game is disgusting. If anyones a hacker out there take down that fucking site.

Breakthrough said...

These laws affect all immigrants: legal permanent residents, asylum seekers, students and undocumented people. Not just the 57% you mention you focus on in your posts.
Many are war veterans, who served time fighting for the values America holds dear.

Unfair immigration laws:

• Deny a fair day in court and deport people without a hearing

• Tie judges’ hands and prevent them from considering the circumstances of each individual case

• Impose unjust punishment

• Hold immigrants in detention indefinitely

When we let the government deny due process and human rights for some people, we put all of our freedoms at risk.

Have any of you actually played the game? or visited the site?