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Venezuela to jail violent-game merchants

National Assembly of Hugo Chavez-led country signs off on bill that would see purveyors of "war" games and toys face up to five years in prison.

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toaster3294d ago

But in this case, you'd get arrested, so do it discreetly.

ArduousAndy3294d ago

american yet supports Obama. Makes you think about where we are headed.

aliveinboston3294d ago

He just hated George Bush style policies. We definitely don't have to "wonder" where that would take us. We've lived it and our kids and grand kids will continue to pay for it.

Anyways ... stupid law. Censorship is never the answer.

Darkstorn3293d ago

I'm extremely disappointed in Hugo Chavez. When he came into power after being jailed for so long, he had lots of potential. He squandered it through inept policies and a reversion to authoritarian sentiments. Tis a shame.

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soulfantasy3294d ago

pobre gente de Venezuela que quieran jugar juegos violentos

slipkoRn3294d ago (Edited 3294d ago )

that sucks for them.

sikbeta3294d ago

You know Spanish? I'm shock, this is awesome, It was a time when other languages were so far away

I know a lot of people from different countries that told me this Chavez want to be like the second Castro or something like that

-Alpha3294d ago

I wonder if they will ban movies, tv, violent sports too? Seeing as they make video games a scapegoat, I see no reason for them to stop there. Why not ban movies? Oh right... because video games are a scapegoat.

Sunny_D3294d ago

el venezuela puede aspirar mis bolas.

Lord_Ranos3294d ago

Dude Im latin but that traslation is sounds very gay in spanish. This sounds much better.

el venenzuela me puede chupar las bolas.

Bodyboarder_VGamer3294d ago

aspirar... lol

That sounds more like a word a person from Spain would use because they are so lame. Instead of using "mamar" o "chupar". These are more offensive.

PinchoVe3294d ago

Picking on video games is just an excuse to continue to limit the freedoms of the Venezuelan people. Chavez has closed TV stations and radio stations, and he will continue to do so with impunity. On top of that, now there is water rationing and power outages to worry about, and this inept government focuses on something as ridiculous and meaningless as banning video games.

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