Blizzard video game company joins ESPN and the NBA in siding with communist China against freedom

Monday, October 14, 2019
By Paul Martin

by: Ethan Huff
Monday, October 14, 2019

American corporations lie elsewhere, at least if you’re ESPN, the NBA, and now the video game company Blizzard Entertainment, which has joined the others in allying with communist China against the pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong.

A cohort of gamers has come out publicly to condemn Blizzard after the company banned a Hong Kong gamer for expressing support for his country’s efforts to remain free from the grip of communist Chinese oppression.

According to reports, Blizzard suspended this Hearthstone tournament user, who goes by the alias of “Blitzchung,” after he yelled out during a recent interview, “Liberate Hong Kong, revolution of our age!”

The Chinese censors that work for Blizzard were quick to take action against Blitzchung, removing him from the Grandmasters tournament and declaring him ineligible to receive any prize money. Blitzchung is also now suspended from Hearthstone Esports for an entire year for supposedly violating an official competition rule.

“We will also immediately cease working with both casters,” reads an official announcement from Blizzard, referring to the two hosts of the broadcast on which Blitzchung made his statement.

Irony: Blizzard Entertainment has a statue outside its headquarters thteat stas, “Every Voice Matters”

Blizzard received a barrage of criticism on its Twitter account over the decision, including from a number of users who accused Blizzard of “bending over for communist China.”

Just like the NBA did with its censorship of Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey, Blizzard is silencing the voices of those opposed to Chinese authoritarianism – and people are noticing.

One reporter pointed out that Blizzard is acting hypocritically, seeing as how its company headquarters has a statue out front with the words “Every Voice Matters” emblazoned on the front of it.

Do all voices really matter at Blizzard, or only voices that support communist Chinese oppression? The answer is obviously the latter, as Blizzard carries the torch of globalism along with both the NBA and ESPN.

After Morey tweeted his support for the Hong Kong protesters, and was subsequently silenced by the NBA’s top dogs, communist China issued a statement in support of continued censorship of free speech, further demonstrating its hostility to America’s First Amendment freedoms.

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