The Chinese Communist Party Suspends the Approval of Video Games

 Translated by: MOS Finesse Team—Gloria

Following the Chinese Communist Party’s recent policy of “strictly restricting the time for electronic games for minors,” the General Administration of Press and Publication of the Communist Party of China interviewed Tencent, NetEase, and other electronic game service providers on September 8, saying it would slow down the approval of new games.

 This “new policy” will severely hit the game industry on which internet companies such as Tencent and NetEase depend on for survival.  At the same time, Tencent and NetEase were also required to clean up game content and conduct a new round of “rectification campaign.”

 The CCP’s move was nominally to prevent minors from becoming addicted to games, but in fact, it was to strengthen thought control, especially the thought control of young people.

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 The virtual world of games provides players with free space and opportunities to show their individuality.  The CCP has launched a series of online supervision measures to suppress online freedom, obliterate individuality, and continue to enslave and brainwash education through powerful means.

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