Crash Override: CON Chat Leaks @unburntwitch @CrashOverrideNW




Published on Sep 5, 2016

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Now if you're wondering who the fuck this Lifschitz character is, don't worry I'll give you some context. You see, earlier this month, VICE Gaming posted a mini documentary about Zoe Quinn's upcoming indie gam-- *record screech* Wait, let's back this up even further.

For those of you that don't know who Zoe Quinn is, you should be ashamed of yourself. She is the first female game developer to ever work on a video game, seriously. Before her, women weren't allowed in the game industry. This makes her one of the most important video game designers of all time.

But some people don't think she's that important. These bigots would go on to form one of the worst hate groups on the internet: G A M E R GATE. Evil trolls from around the world started to harass and attack Zoe Quinn, just because she was a woman who wanted to make a video game. They called her mean names, they sent her death threats, and they even told her to go on a diet. I know, I know terrible.

Now some people will say G A M E R GATE is about corruption in the media, but don't worry, they're just bigots. If you want a summary of the whole thing it basically boils down to this: if you enjoy playing video games, it means you actually hate women. Now I'm sure some of you might say, "Leo, I play video games and I don't hate women." And to that I say you're fucking lying. You don't really play video games. Sorry but Angry Birds and Bejeweled don't count you filthy casual. Get back to me once you've played a real game like Dwarf Fortress or Morenatsu.

Okay, I'm joking, but you wouldn't believe how many times I see people say, "The only reason Zoe Quinn is famous is because of GamerGate. If only those angry nerds just stopped talking about her, she wouldn't have become so famous." And I'm here to tell you that is complete bullshit. If you actually listened to what GG was saying, you'd know that people like Zoe Quinn and Anita Sarkeesian ALREADY HAD connections in the media & the online press. It wouldn't matter if GamerGate happened or not. They still would've had article, after article, after article, written about them, singing their praises no matter what.

With distrust in the media being at an all time high, lots of people have been asking me for alternative news sources. I'd like to introduce you all to my new favorite site. VICE Gaming. With articles like "How Pokémon Would Probably Fuck: An Investigation" and "I taught divination at a real life wizard school" you can see how VICE gaming is shaping up to be the hip new place to read up on just about anything but video games. Speaking of not video games, VICE recently posted a mini documentary about Zoe Quinn's new indie game project.

By the way, can I just say the word "indie" has lost all meaning because of these people? When I think of "Indie", I think of a game made on a shoe string budget, that rose to popularity purely through word of mouth and people enjoying the game. I DON'T think of a bunch of hipsters jerking each other off in a feature length documentary talking about how amazing their games are before they're fucking released.

But believe it or not, Zoe Quinn does more than star in documentaries about herself. Her and Alex Lifschitz also started an online anti-harassment organization called Crash Override Network, also called CON for short. How an organization with no track record managed to get a partnership with Twitter should already raise some red flags, but on top of that it Crash Override Network is funded by Feminist Frequency.

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