• Grand Theft Auto 5, Teaching Children To Be Gang Members Since The 1990s

    September 9, 2013 7:36 pm 24 comments
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  • Dearest Comrades, I come to you in all seriousness with the very real threat of one of the most violent and realistic gang-training simulation of all time; Grand Theft Auto 5. All me to give you some insight of how dangerous this game is to not only your young children but to your teens and ‘mature’ teens.

    The games have always had Gang related themes throughout the series and franchise. This time the game theme is training your kids and teens how to become an Insane Clown Posse (ICP) gang member and terrorize the city you live in within the game. The cover says it all. Have a look for yourselves.

    The Grand Theft Auto 5 game coming out this September is going to ruin thousands of young and innocent minds due to the filthy themes of gangs and criminal activity. The game also features a short story mode in which you can play as three distinct characters. The narrative of the game follows three characters with interconnected stories.

    Michael is a retired former bank robber in his early forties who lives with his dysfunctional family on the proceeds of his former life in the upper-class suburb of Rockford Hills, based on Beverly Hills.

    Trevor, his former partner in crime, lives alone in a trailer in the desert of Blaine County, where his reckless and psychopathic behaviors are fueled by drug addiction.

    Franklin makes a living in Vespucci Beach—based on Venice Beach—as a repo man for an unscrupulous Armenian car dealership. The three acquaintances are drawn into Los Santos’ criminal underworld “in the pursuit of the almighty American dollar”.

    According to Dan Houser, each of the protagonists is unlike any primary character that has appeared in a Grand Theft Auto title to date: Michael represents a protagonist who “won” and is now trying to adjust to life after his story has come to an end; Trevor is styled after a supporting character who has been re-cast in the role of protagonist; and Franklin is someone who has had no real exposure to a life of crime until the events of the game, and his attempts to avoid such a life end up thrusting him into the middle of it.

    My question is why do the gaming companies support this kind of game when they know that there has been children and teens swept into the drug market and criminal world of gangs? Who supports these kinds of things? Take this story for example:

    The same game; Grand Theft Auto had driven kids to shoot their elders for no reason what so ever. There is something wrong with this game and the things it is supporting. We mustn’t support these gang games.

    This is my final warning to you parents out there. Do not buy these kinds of games because they are supporting gang life and criminal activity. Please watch what your children and teens are playing as far as video games go. God Bless.

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