The U.S. government has a management system online petitions called We The People that, unlike the many that abound on the Internet, may be useful: the system of the White House indicates that any online petition presented in this format and if it gets more than 25,000 replies in 30 days will receive a formal response.
With this in mind, B. Stephenson, of Tennessee, presented a petition calling for “an immediate ban of the deadly game known as ‘Skyrim’ [sic] for the safety of young Americans.”
Luckily, everything is a joke that comes from the satirical website Christwire and multiple media outlets have been had.
The reasons for requesting the withdrawal of the game is that “video games have caused social, ethical and health services to people of all ages,” that “sexual perversion and homosexuality are threatening to destroy the pillars on which Christians built this nation [the U.S.] “and that” a new game has been created far surpassing others in spiritual and psychological damage it causes to teens. “
For if the arguments were not enough satirical, measures that ask the White House are to “search and destroy all copies already in the hands of the public and eliminate their presence on the Internet” and “pursue ‘Skyrim’ players with all the force of law “to, finally,” create a national database of video game avatars and ‘screen names’ for teens can be controlled. “
The petition is now with 368 supports, but can not tell if they come from people who really believe in this idea or whether it is people who are participating in the joke.
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