The Hollywoodization Of War- With Guest Philip Giraldi

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z3ke_sk1さん
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I play video games, even war games such as Battlefield and Call of Duty. But I am Anti-War in real life.

OutlawUniverse
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Call of Duty is a fun game. I cant imagine someone playing it then wanting to go to war. Infact if everyone i have played the bad guys are people within the US military, politicians or corporations with private military.

None i have played have clear cut and dry good guys and bad guys.

What you are implying is along the same lines as what feminist and religious groups say about violent games. Its just not true.

MrBadAim
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I was going into this video thinking, "They are just going to bash video game violence." Wow was I wrong, you two really brought in a whole new perception. It has been interesting to see how war has been twisted. The 98% really fail to see the impact. So many of us really ignoring the horrors of war; not only in video games, but actual war. It sickens me seeing so many Americans ignoring the war, like its completely out of their perception. The Revolution lives on friends.

Chris Chapman
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Philip Giraldi looks like L Brooks Patterson County Executive of Oakland County in Michigan

hpensive
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See it's not hard to understand the American mindset, we're simply Romans of the new millennium.  ROME 2000!

Rain Drop
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Great discussion! Please keep up the good work.