KoopaTV has spent the past... well it's been nearly two weeks since our last article on Tomodachi Life and the gay agenda's assault on Nintendo, trolling these #Miiquality people on Twitter. Oh, uh, we've been doing other things too. Like all the articles we've written in May. Including an important phone interview. I think we gave Twitter the wrong impression that all we do as an organization is piss off gay people, which is completely inaccurate. Check out KoopaTV in general, man. We're a legitimate site covering all sorts of stuff.
Anyway, with that said, Tyeforce seemingly took our advice. He didn't let that YouTube takedown stop him. Oh no, he went to the Associated Press and got every outlet out there to cover Tomodachi Life. Now if you try to do a web search to figure out information about the game, all you get is this "Miiquality" shit with clickbait titles about how Nintendo "bans gay marriage". All I want to do is find information about the game and it's been completely demonized!
At first, Nintendo said:
"Nintendo never intended to make any form of social commentary with the launch of Tomodachi Life. The relationship options in the game represent a playful alternate world rather than a real-life simulation. We hope that all of our fans will see that Tomodachi Life was intended to be a whimsical and quirky game, and that we were absolutely not trying to provide social commentary. We have heard and thoughtfully considered all the responses. We will continue to listen and think about the feedback. We're using this as an opportunity to better understand our consumers and their expectations of us at all levels of the organization."Now they said, as of today, on their own site as a press release,
"We apologize for disappointing many people by failing to include same-sex relationships in Tomodachi Life. Unfortunately, it is not possible for us to change this game’s design, and such a significant development change can’t be accomplished with a post-ship patch. At Nintendo, dedication has always meant going beyond the games to promote a sense of community, and to share a spirit of fun and joy. We are committed to advancing our longtime company values of fun and entertainment for everyone. We pledge that if we create a next installment in the Tomodachi series, we will strive to design a game-play experience from the ground up that is more inclusive, and better represents all players."
KoopaTV has had viable campaigns for a while, but did they pick up traction? No, because we don't have access to the grievance industry. Imagine if EA had to fess up for their murder of Elizabeth Brett and thousands of articles were written about the "Madden Curse" movie coverup. It's like the next Benghazi. Anyway, people literally exist as their job to try to ruin tradition and supporters of traditional marriage and family values, and serve as connections to the media to anyone with the next cause to whine about. It's like the political machines of the early 20th century.
|When Nintendo said "Your Drama", they didn't mean like this.|
Here's a particularly egregious example. A guy the BBC put in a broadcast literally said at around 47:50 of this link,
"Tomodachi Life is eerily similar to that of Uganda where half a million people live under the threat of imprisonment, and torture, and execution. Or Brunei, where they just passed a law for gay and lesbian people to be stoned."Like, this guy literally said this. It's patently absurd. So absurd I chose to preserve it in a dedicated video. You can click that to have the voice recording of the above quote. As in, someone actually made that comparison, which is more wild than any comparison KoopaTV has ever made. I feel outdone, quite frankly.
GLAAD is now on Nintendo's case. That's never good. They bully people all the time. They're like the Al Sharpton of the gay movement. You can look it up if you want. Maybe start here.
These people were bitching that Nintendo cannot be "neutral" on gay relationships unless all relationships were eliminated. For all their claims that gender is not binary and that sexual orientation is a continuum, the gay movement is sure black-and-white on picking sides! Now Nintendo is equated to the Westboro Baptist Church! KoopaTV is, too. We can take it though. We knew what we were getting into when we chose to fight against the gay fascists. All they have are lies, bullying, and appeals to emotion. Nintendo is just grouped as the nebulous enemy along with Christians around the world, along with other people that just have the natural revulsion people have when seeing gay sexual acts. Let's be clear: If you think this is a settled debate, then you're living in a libertine bubble.
|This image returns. Seriously, what is going on here?|
Since I mentioned EA earlier, the gay fascists have been comparing Tomodachi Life to The Sims and how EA's game allows gay relationships and Nintendo's doesn't. Heteronormativity is the reality of life. THAT'S the neutral position. You can (accurately, I suppose) claim it's the 21st Century all you want, but do you really want your model of a good Century to be one that started with George W. Bush? Anyway, just because heteronormativity is a thing, that does not mean that you should bully abnormal people or shun them. That's a terrible reason for doing something, just because someone is "weird". However, for decades, the gay movement has been "progressing" our sense of reality by indoctrinating our children in schools and bullying all dissent. To them, everyone who believes that homosexual acts are an abomination — or if you're Nintendo, then too naughty for a playful alternate world — are the weird people. And as you can see here and in other articles, the gay movement bullies them. There are many of these people. They're the silent majority. They don't care what you do in your bedroom, but they don't want things shoved down their throats.
|This is from a decent Gamasutra article on the matter. This also never happened in MY life. So not a simulation!|
"As for Miiquality, I plan to continue to use the social networks and whatnot to bring attention to Tomodachi Life, in hopes of getting more people to purchase the game. The more successful this game is, the more likely we are to see a more inclusive sequel in the future."
|“We're horrible people, BUT we're good with the gays!”|
Though, I guess you could make a similar statement about KoopaTV?
|You got objections? That's for the comments section. I'm done.|
Now it's on more airwaves, including one John Oliver.
The outrageous Uganda comment made Ludwig demand an apology from those who said it. Here's their response.
GLAAD tries to censor more things. We oppose them.
GLAAD adherents oppose the freedom to make heavily offensive videogames.
It turns out that GLAAD may win in the end with Fire Emblem Fates.
#Miiquality was one step in many to get to the gay agenda's ultimate goal. (And it's not equal rights.)