White supremacist Christopher Cantwell is promoting a neo-Nazi video game that allows you to kill gay men, Jews, other minorities, journalists and communists.
The video game is called Angry Goy II, and is an updated version of the original that allows players to score points by pushing Jews into ovens.
On Cantwell's Radical Agenda podcast website, the game is available to download, and the premise of the game is described as:
Left wing terrorists have kidnapped the president! If he is not rescued, Western civilization will fall. Do you have what it takes, or are you a cuck.
Levels of the game reportedly include the 'Communist Headquarters'; the 'Fake News Network'; and 'LGBT+ Agenda HQ', where players break into clubs and shoot gay men and trans people. Gay men are reportedly marked with a penis emblem to mark them as predators, reports Advocate.
The level is strongly reminiscent of the Pulse nightclub mass shooting in Orlando, Florida, in June 2016, when 49 people were killed.
LGBTQ nation reported that Cantwell wrote on far-right social networking site Gab:
All white men should hunt down and mercilessly kill as many trannies, f—-ts, n—–s, k—s, and cucks as they possibly can, in the new hit game Angry Goy 2!
Cantwell rose to fame in 2017 as the face of the white supremacist rally in Charlottesville named 'Unite The Right', which resulted in the death of one woman, and numerous injuries.
After the rally, Cantwell was dubbed the 'Crying Nazi' for a tearful YouTube video in which he complained about there being a warrant for his arrest for inciting violence, reports Advocate.
A spokesperson for the charity Community Security Trust, which fights anti-Semitism, told Newsweek:
It may sound like a pathetic example of race hate, but this is actually a deep incitement to commit murders inside gay clubs, synagogues and other targets far-right hatred.
We are all grimly familiar with the reality of mass shootings at such locations, which makes this so-called game even more dangerous and stomach turning.
The game, which has been attributed to Wheel Maker Studios, is a sequel to Angry Goy, which appeared online last year. It featured a neo-Nazi who decided to murder black people, Jews and refugees after hearing that there were '6 million refugees' in the country, reports Newsweek.
The clip of the game was eventually removed from YouTube. They issued a statement saying:
Hate speech has no place on the YouTube platform and we have clear policies against it.
We act quickly to remove content that breaks our terms of service when it's flagged to us by users.
HT Daily Dot