UK Police Creates Game for People to Spot 'Right-Wing Extremism.' Ends in Murder...
With all the terror going on in the United Kingdom (see WISE UP, UK! Manchester Bomber’s FAMILY Has Terrorist Ties and Surprise! MI5 Investigated London Bridge ISIS Recruiter For Decades), extremism has become a big problem for Brits. No thanks to leftist policies. Solution? Their police have come up with a new game to... combat "right-wing extremism."
It's basically a social justice warrior "Choose Your Own Adventure."
Do you think you could spot the signs of right wing extremism? Do you know someone who would #CrossTheLine?… https://t.co/hI38RwEek2— Bedfordshire Police | #StayHomeSaveLives (@Bedfordshire Police | #StayHomeSaveLives)1501354859.0
A British police force has published an online narrative which simulates what it's like to descend into right-wing extremism — and ends in you killing somebody.
Cross The Line, a project by Bedfordshire Police, is designed to deter young people in Britain from committing hate crimes by warning them how seemingly innocuous activities can lead to more sinister outcomes.
The web page, hosted at crosstheline.co.uk, asks to pull data from your Twitter account, then uses elements like your profile picture and your handle to make the narrative more realistic.
Oh, and did we mention it ends in murder? Lovely plot twist.
The instances of alleged right wing extremism taking place in the UK are much lower than the frequency of Islamic radicalism. Halal rapefests are becoming the norm over there. Still, these officials have chosen to protect their people by homing in on an ideology which affects a fraction of a fraction of their people, who are suffering under real terrorism. All the while creating divisiveness among the community and painting a target on the backs of all potential extremists. Remember, the left considers anyone who disagrees with them "extremist." Including all of us mellow chaps here at LwC.
Basically, when it comes to terror, the UK tried doing nothing and they're all out of ideas.
Speaking of extremism: