President Xi made a terrible mistake by limiting how much video game time the Chinese people can play.

2021.12.05 04:16 goodnewsjimdotcom President Xi made a terrible mistake by limiting how much video game time the Chinese people can play.

If Chinese democracy and revolution is to happen, it probably will be sparked by his mistake in limiting their game play. Emperor Xi is a very very very evil person because he kills anyone who opposes him, and released bioterror and is partnering with Iran for weird control fetishes. The Chinese people love League of Legends, and they admire the Famous #1 Mastery Players, aka the players who have played the game more hours than anyone else. Unfortunately, as they admire the #1 Mastery Players, they can never compete to take the throne. This makes the Chinese youth very angry at their leader.

If this sounds dumb, you don't realize the importance the Olympics are for dictatorships like the old Soviet Union. If your populace thinks you can't compete for national pride, they want you out.

So Tencent owns RIOT entertainment which makes League of Legends. I personally know the #1 Mastery Dr. Mundo as a personal friend. We play every day. He's very famous. We enter games and people are wowed to meet him. He is a great guy with a heart of gold that tries to win every game.

Well he got banned for "Intentional Feeding" which is not true at all! He always always always tries to win. I have hundreds of hours of footage of him being mad that he died and saying,"Ok, I'm gonna take that guy down, he got lucky!" etc etc. In fact the game they said he "Intentionally lost on purpose" was a game he went even 8-8-6 aka 8 takedowns, 8 deaths and 6 asssists, a perfectly even game.... And he won that game. In no reality is that losing on purpose.

Banning #1 Dr. Mundo SHERIFF BUFORD was an axe job because the brass at the CCP are threatened by gamers who break records by sheer playing a lot. Their Chinese citizens can never ever ever compete with the Free World because they are not limited by play. So the CCP is banning Americans who have hearts of gold, love everyone and are super nice, just because they play too many video games according to despot Emperor Xi:

I have HUNDREDS of hours of this guy. He's hilarious, fun, Christian, loves America and freedom... Everything the CCP hates. Give me months and I'll have many more Eulogies. I have a lot on my plate making video games, etc.
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2021.12.05 04:15 OrderOfStego How the ruin haunters became the gravitals

Enduring a less harsh punishment than many of their star people cousins, the ruin haunters wandered the landscape of a barren world that was once a utopic planet, and a central hub for star people commerce and culture.
After the Qu had exacted their genetically engineered agenda on the people of this world, albeit a relatively tame manipulation compared to the horrors exacted on the colonials or the mantelopes, the Qu still were adamant about keeping the population of the ruin haunters sparse as to discourage an expedited technological advancement among the ruin haunters. With tools and intelligence that mimicked cavemen on Terra so many millions of years prior, much of the day of ruin haunters was occupied by wandering curiously through the ghostly remains of the star people's golden age. More often than not, ruin haunters would examine some of the artifacts that their ancestors left behind. Oftentimes the piece of technology was so far beyond a ruin haunter's comprehension that they would simply leave the tech be after an initial examination. Sometimes, the lack of understanding manifested negatively for a poor ruin haunter, who would cause grievous injury upon fellow members of their bastardized species or even upon themselves.
Thankfully, scrambling through ancient ruins was not a permanent condemnation for the ruin haunters. The Qu had bestowed a higher level of intelligence and sentience upon these posthumans, meaning that it wouldn't be long before the ironically foreign technology would become much less foreign. It is widely presumed that the first pieces of technology the ruin haunters wielded from their star people ancestors were weapons. Small clans of ruin haunters would become effectively warlords combing the landscape of the planet, making others of their species succumb to their might or pay the ultimate price. Despite the weapons having a great degree of success on conquering continents, few--if any--ruin haunters understood the machinations behind such complex technology.
After a while of war chieftains staking their claim of territory, few chieftains' clans were disputed, and chieftains could dedicate energy and fortitude to more complex matters, like comprehending the technology they wielded against their fellow ruin haunters. Small tribes were formed with the guardian capacity of the war chiefs' weapons, and whenever members of the tribe were not hunting or gathering, they could spend their time examining the advanced artifacts of their territory, growing their understanding of their star people ancestors and the immense progress that the Qu stymied in a galactic blink of the eye.
For many chieftains, the priority was to emulate and replicate weaponry, in order to expand their territory and the feudal control they had over others of their species. As time went on, civilization began to re-emerge, monarchs of might dotted the landscape. Kingdoms rose and fell, alliances were formed, and nationalities emerged. Many of the trappings of civilization we had become accustomed to on Earth had resurrected themselves.
Eventually, advancement and comprehension of weapons of war became redundant, and the ever-thinking ruin haunters could spend their time on the other pieces of technology littering their landscape. The considerable research and understanding of the weaponry made understanding medical technology, computerized machines, vehicles, and farming equipment relatively short work for the posthumans--including the archives from the star people from so long before. Eventually the kingdoms on the planet entered into multiple "cold wars" made up of which country could offer the best standard of living for their citizens, and which nation could comprehend their past. The extensive libraries of the star people who occupied the planet before them kept generously detailed documentation to the horrid wars that the star people had waged against the Qu millenia previous--piquing a curiosity to better understand what monstrosities may be out in space--and how to prevent history from repeating itself.
Now a highly mechanized society, the ruin haunters were able to send probes into space--fashioned from remnant star people technology and their own creation--to get a better idea for what else might exist in the cosmos. Elaborate telescopes and cameras were sent to space to understand what might be out there. Their scouting proved fruitful as time progressed--finding proof of the havoc the Qu had waged on the ruin haunters genetic cousins in the not-too-distant cosmos. The ruin haunters marveled at the bastardization of humanity that had happened, and considered themselves lucky they were not warped as many of their cousins had been. Many ruin haunters believed a divine force chose them to be humanity's chosen successors. But who chose them? Some believed it might have been the Qu--others thinking it was a god or gods. A resurrection of religion spurred to better offer answers beyond comprehension of this technologically advanced society. The chosen mentality ended up overtaking the ruin haunters in just a few generations, triggering again the imperial drive that allowed civilization to re-emerge on their world.
The impetus to stake their claim and finish humanity's business in conquering the galaxy lead to fringe scientists' theories becoming prevalent and popular. The ruin haunters' society had now long been adept at cybernetic enhancements. Cursory space exploration efforts had presented some challenges to the ruin haunters, as it had initially for humanity before the conquest of Mars in the 31st century. Many scientists experimented on others of their kind to create a more efficient exploration apparatus, which often involved modifying the body of the cosmonaut. Initially there were not many extreme modifications to explorers--changes to make gravity adjustments more simple on the body, an ability to absorb more oxygen from the artificial air on starships, or increased awareness for manually piloting crafts. As time went on, cybernetic enhancements to their brains, eyes, and limbs became more commonplace.
But as technology continued to advance--seemingly exponentially, the use of limbs became more of an unnecessary expression for many among the developed world. Nobody walked anywhere. Floating travel-pads made speedy work for any task of ruin haunters. Eventually, scientific communities made a strong argument as to why the brain was the only necessary organic portion of an individual.
Experiments on different exoskeletons began to happen more and more, and eventually a rounded exoskeleton capable of surviving in the vacuum of space was developed: the first gravital.
With the capacity to quickly explore space unlocked, the ruin haunters' drive to prove they were humanity's true successors could finally be proven.
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