CHILDHOOD TOYS ARE RACIST – ESPECIALLY YU GI OH CARD GAME!

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Watch out! This is another unhinged claim by victim expert from feminazi left:

HOW TERRIBLE! Childhood toys are racist and we just found out thanks to social justice writer Rosie from feminazi Medusa magazine!

If you love playing Japanese card game Yu Gi Oh, there’s a breaking news about the game – it is racist!

According to Rosie:

“Looking at these cards, it was evident to me that the black dragon had little to no power, and the white dragon was one of the rarest cards you could get, was indeed far more powerful than the black one.”    

 

 

From Medusa Magazine:

When I was younger, I too, loved to play with Yu Gi Oh cards. I was a naive girl who enjoyed playing and trading the cards with friends, the other day my little cousin was trading cards with a friend they had over to our house. She asked me to come play cards with them and I readily agreed, eager to get lost in nostalgia when my biggest problem was which attack to play. I got a few cards from my cousin and discovered something horrible. I stared down at the cards, blinked, and took a deep breath.

They were racist.

What’s worse, they are marketed to young children as toys that are harmless and fun. Quickly I gathered up the cards from the young folk and threw them out as fast as I could. I ran to my computer, shaking, and started to type.

Does this seem like an overreaction? To some maybe, but I can assure you, it’s not. Looking at these cards, it was evident to me that the black dragon had little to no power, and the white dragon was one of the rarest cards you could get, was indeed far more powerful than the black one.    

Read more: Childhood Toys Are RACIST!

 

 

One thought on “CHILDHOOD TOYS ARE RACIST – ESPECIALLY YU GI OH CARD GAME!

    nancy e kashif said:
    June 26, 2017 at 4:56 pm

    You IDIOTS ARE DUMB! THE RASCIST THINGS IN THE WORLD ARE YOU ALL!

    SHAME SHAME SHAME ON YOU! GOD HELP YOU!

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