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Video games are electronic games played on a video screen, normally a television, computer monitor, or built-in screen when played on a handheld machine. There are many types, or genres, of these games including role-playing games, shooters, first-person shooters, side-scrollers and platform games.

Time consumption

Some 76% of Americans spent time playing video games in 2021, up from 73% in 2019[1], across all races, ages, genders, and socioeconomic backgrounds[2]. Time spent gaming jumped from an average of 12.7 hours per week in 2019 to an average of 16.5 hours per week with video games in 2021.[3] Most chose to play games on their smartphones.[1] In 2022-2023, there were over 3 billion gamers worldwide. China has the most video gamers in the world, with 742.19 million, spending on average 12.39 hours per week.[2]

Atlantic Council

The deep state Atlantic Council has several fellows from the video game industry, The spooky Frances Townsend was as of 2021 on the board of Activision Blizzard, one of the largest video game producers in the world.[4] Others include Dave Anthony, best known for his pioneering work on the Call of Duty video game franchise[5] and Amélie Koran, Director of External Technology Relations at Electronic Arts.[6][7]


'Video Games & The Military Entertainment Complex' - (Newsbud January 28, 2017) - another interview with Nick Robinson was published in writing in 2016.[8]
'Call of Duty Is Imperialist Propaganda' (Jacobin July 8, 2021)
A 2013 Call of Duty sequel was used to psychologically condition users to support the destruction of Venezuela –and in foreshadowing specific events. In the game, U.S. Special Operations forces open their assault by launching a rocket at a dam that looks strikingly similar to Venezuela’s Guri dam, an act of deliberate terror that floods the streets of Caracas. During a 2019 coup, Venezuela experienced a sudden collapse of its electrical infrastructure.[9]


Related Quotation

Yuval Harari“The coming technological bonanza will probably make it feasible to feed and support these useless masses even without any effort from their side.What will they do all day? One answer might be drugs and computer games. Unnecessary people might spend increasing amounts of time within 3D-virtual-reality worlds, that would provide them with far more excitement and emotional engagement than the drab reality outside. yet such a development would deal a mortal blow to the liberal belief in the sacredness of human life and of human experiences. What's so sacred about useless bums who pass their time devouring artificial experiences in La-La Land?”Yuval Harari2015
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