Gamer Oppression! Soldier Charged for Shooting Teammates in Video Game!

Fact: Gamers are the most oppressed members of our society. 

The Telegraph:

A soldier has been formally charged after “losing his rag” during a virtual battlefield exercise and killing his comrades.

The Edinburgh-based Army rifleman is believed to be the first soldier to be punished under UK military law for offences in a virtual scenario rather than in real life.

In the UK, you can get sent to prison for griefing lol.

The whole point of modernity seems to be to challenge people to take whatever they are being fed by the government and the media seriously. 

Soon, the army will run tranny acceptance simulation programs for new recruits.

This is because the military is just a social petri dish.

“All this was taking place in an office at our headquarters, when we’d rather be doing real-life soldiering outside in the fresh air. But there’s less of that sort of exercise these days because the Army has committed to Unit-based Virtual Training.

“We were supposed to imagine we were travelling in armoured vehicles through a really hostile built-up area. One of the lads just lost his rag and ‘opened fire’ as it were, killing the soldier next to him.

“He then drove down the street deliberately smashing into cars. It’s safe to say the officers in our battalion did not find it as funny as we did.” 

Sounds like he was just having fun.

How much longer before that gets outlawed as well? 

What I don’t understand is why these soldiers were playing what looks to be a first-person shooter.

Everyone knows that if you want to max out on your kill count, you need to play Spyro. 

Everything else is for rank amateurs and filthy casuals.

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