France It is entering its third day of unrest following the death of a 17-year-old boy who is being held in custody, shot dead by a police officer. The protest wave From the capital Paris, the violence escalates to other parts of the neighboring country and is mainly committed by minors. Therefore Emmanuel Macron, President of the French Republic has asked parents to try to contain their children by preventing them from taking part in these demonstrations, of which there are already demonstrations 500 buildings were attacked and 1,900 cars burned down.
However in statements to the press Following an emergency meeting, an inter-ministerial crisis team was set up expressly As a result of these protests, Macron has denied that the blame for the violence seen on the streets of France is not so much the frustration of young people as video games: “It seems some on the street are reproducing what video games taught them.”says the President (although he uses the more derogatory term “intoxicate” in French to refer to the influence of video games on young people).
The President of Brazil also attacked video games
Curiously, Macron isn’t the first political leader to crack down on video games this year: Lula da Silva, President of Brazil, noticed just a few months ago that kids in his country spend too much time playing video games “who teach killing”call them “crap” and blame those who offer them such devices tablets to children of “4 years when they start crying”.