The B4B tipline recently received information about this gaming device and its devious and virtually unknown (by parents) backdoor giving child predators access to millions of children. Don’t let your child be a victim. Slam the backdoor shut by refusing to put this dangerous device on your Christmas list this year. And if you already purchased one, get out your hammer. You’re going to need it.
Introduced in 2004, the Nintendo DS (for Dual Screen or Devil Screen), this game machine has sold some 700 million or so units. That’s an epidemic. It’s undeniable that it has been a “success” for its Japanese manufacturer, Nintendo (makers of Donkey Kong aka Monkey Donkey, a game in which a monkey kidnaps a young girl to satisfy his bestial desires). It’s also been a tremendous success for pedophiles everywhere.
And get this (brace yourselves): the slogan for this evil piece of “hardware” is “Touching is good.” How’s that for hiding the truth in plain sight? In fact, all marketing slogans around the world for this product aimed at young children revolved around the word “touch.” There’s something seriously wrong here.
Now the problem with this abomination is not simply that it is a gaming machine which introduces and encourages our children to engage in violence for fun. No, it’s much worse than that, as if that wasn’t enough in itself. I shall elaborate on the evil that lurks within video games in general in a future Investigative Report, so stay tuned. No, the problem with this contraption is that it can easily be used by child predators and molesters to get access to your children.
I have been notified by one parent whose child was solicited to “come to the mall and we can go shopping and do other fun stuff. Don’t tell your mom because she might spoil our fun. Parents are such a drag. LOL.” Fortunately her parent was watching Susie (a pseudonym) that day, as all parents should, and reacted the way any good, loving, responsible parent would. She deftly ripped the offending device out of her hands, sent the reply “stay away from my baby, you psycho” and triumphantly snapped the unit in half. Nintendo TP (two pieces). It’s garbage now.
Don’t take my word for it about the dangers of this thing. Watch an informative report that presents the objective facts, then you decide. Roll the clip, please.
Now I know that most good parents out there are aware of the danger of video games in general and would be loathe to have them in their homes. But many have probably been convinced (pestered) by their children, acting as a proxy for the video game companies (pushers), to buy an X(rated)-Box or a PPS or NES or some other newfangled video gaming gadget. I understand what can happen in a moment of weakness. I’ll give you all the reasons you need to unplug and throw out these devices at a later date. I promise.
But if you already have a Japanese Nintendo DS in your home, the time to act is now. Snap it in half like Jill (not her real name) did and excise it from your child’s life. Your child might cry or complain or even throw a temper tantrum, but that’s far better than him or her becoming a just another statistic. Once your child has been violated or, worse, ends up on a slab at the morgue, it’s too late. Don’t wait. The time for parenting is now. Your child will thank you, eventually. So be strong. It’s the right thing to do.
Rest assured that we will have some helpful gift hints as Christmas approaches. So keep your eye on B4B. And be sure to visit our store. There’s some great gifts for the adults on your list right there, as long as they aren’t helioleftists.
Update: This is an older news item from last year, but it will shock you. Hold onto your hats and find out about the PlayStation (what a sick innuendo of a name) Portable, also known as the PlayStation Pornable.
In the comments for that video was this:
lol im 15 and no one can stop kids seeing porn, porn is a good thing, kids are sexually curious and need to learn about these things
Right (maybe), wrong, wrong, wrong and wrong. Let me reiterate: video games should not be on your Christmas list this year, or any year. Parents need to be aware of this and other dangers and need to just say no.
Update 2: Semi-related: video game expert Jack Thompson explains the danger of games like Grand Theft Auto, while a game industry shill tries to justify this unacceptable garbage, a carjack cop-killing hooker-loving simulator. Nice try, but no cigar.
Update 3: Apparently gaming insiders refer to the chat feature as “pedochat.”
Update 4: Another popular game that coincided with a dramatic rise in the use of illicit drugs such as “acid” and “extasy” (by design) was Pac Man. The player’s character, “Pac” races around a carnival funhouse maze gobbling psychedelics. In the corners of the maze are “power pills” which pack a punch. The enemy ghosts, including Clyde, “trip out” when Pac downs a super pill, allowing Pac to eat his enemies alive.
An interesting side note is that the game was originally going to be called “Puck Man,” but knowing how foul the youth of the day were, they changed the “Puck” to “Pac.” You see, by etching away part of the “P” in “Puck,” vandals could easily spell out a profane word. The youth of the day, as in this day, loved curse words almost as much as drugs. “Pac” is probably a reference to foul-mouthed rap artist “Tu-Pac.” (Translated it means “you pack” as in packing heat.) Pac Man is not played much today. Not enough kicks.
Update 5: Here is a typical DS “game.” It will shock you.
The problem with witches is that they look like ordinary 13 year olds, which gives Japanese men no choice but to corner and feel up every young girl they come across.
Ugh. It will sicken your soul.
Update 6: See also: Video Game Perversion, by yours truly. More quality information for concerned parents about the vileness of video games.
Update 7: There is now a brief follow up to this post. Thanks for all the positive emails. We really appreciate it. Thanks to all the wonderful parents who are making those snaps heard around the world!