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Posted November 16, 2003

An extremely racist, anti-Haitian video game, "Kill all the Haitians, they are all drug dealers"

  • This is unacceptable; this is outrageous; don't let yourself be dehumanized; don't let yourself be the object of derision and persecution of racist nature; don't let yourself be portrayed as a drug dealer; your kid(s) may soon be attacked and killed like beasts at school, in a playground; register your protest, and today, against the video game of Adolf Hitler nature.

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One of the extremely racist actors              

What, for example, will you see while playing the video game of Ku Klux Klan (KKK) nature?   

  • "My mission in the game is to kill the Haitians."

  • "That's right, kill the Haitians."

  • "I hate these Haitians. We'll take them out, we'll take these Haitians down."

  • "Wipe them out."

  • "Stinking nest of Haitians. We gonna kill them all. Kill all the Haitians."

  • Shoot them in the head
The video game's bloody images and extremely racist messages that may soon cause brutal death to visit your family or a friend of yours, for example, after some crazy mind, some mindless people apply exactly what they have observed while playing the game is made by the New York City-based Rockstar Games, the maker of "Grand Theft Auto: Vice City."

Here is the video game, which portrays Haitians as evil drug dealers: "Kill all the Haitians, they are all drug dealers," and estimates are that Rockstar Games has already generated $260 million from "Vice City" in its first year of release.

After all, Rockstar Games is advocating genocide, which, according to the statues of the United Nations' International War Crimes Tribunal, refers to "acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a nation, ethnical, racial, or religious groups." 

*Note: The disgraceful, racist treatment meted out to Haitians and Haitian-Americans by Rockstar Games has prompted professor Yves A. Isidor to grant many interviews to the U.S. newsmedia, including FoxNews Television, on November 19, 2003, expressing the affected parties' indignation.     

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