The National Liberty Federation loves freedom. It also loves Bioshock Infinite apparently. After all, if you’re a jingoist “white is right” xenophobe lacking anything resembling an IQ above “purple,” it’s a reflection of your perfect utopia infused world.
Bioshock Infinite takes place in 1912 in the floating theocratic city of Columbia, which is populated largely by a bunch of vapid, uber-nationalist, immigrant-hating, racist white folks and run by, well, basically Bryan Fischer. The citizens worship statues of Washington, Jefferson, and Franklin (in togas!) while fearfully clinging to their backwards ideologies.
Glenn Beck has called the game an anti-conservative, anti-Christian attack on the Tea Party. David Barton followed up on “Wallbuilders Live” in April by saying the game is teaching kids to hate Conservatives and Christians. The folks at the bastion of interracial acceptance and love known as Stormfront condemned it as being “anti-white,” which almost always means “anti-racist.”
The National Liberty Federation, however, just loved the racist, xenophobic themes so much that they decided to post a picture from the game that falls in line with their assumed ideology.
It’s good to know that these folks are intelligent enough to realize when they are being ridiculed – or are they? The following video should explain adequately the sort of ideology the folks at this organization subscribe to by posting pictures like the one they did: