"The dead as in the Fortnite, but in real life", is titled the note published by the newspaper Clarín, signed by the journalist Fernando Gonzalez, with reference to the massacre that was lived in a mosque in New Zealand where at least 50 people lost their lives as a result of a shooting carried out by three people with Nazi ideology.
"The video that the shooter broadcasted on Facebook is very similar to the images of the game that excite thousands of young people around the world," says the article's downgrade, which caused great outrage among social network users who did not. were slow to express their discomfort through this medium.
Posta who writes pure chimpanzees in Clarín. A sick person in New Zealand full of ideas about white supremacy comes in to kill people in a mosque and you disguise it the way you wanted to imitate the FORTNITE ??? Only because the skinny stremeo the events in the first person pic.twitter.com/KsLFZrhFQE
– Pinole (@Francolspada) March 15, 2019
The headline of this New Zealand massacre can only be the work of a deeply ignorant or ultra-conservative person with a position closer to the killers than someone who is responsible for keeping a pen in a newspaper. pic.twitter.com/LK9i3OSjwX
– Marcos Antón (@emeanton) March 15, 2019
See? This happens when a & # 39; serious medium & # 39; just like Clarín places someone who has no idea to write a story. The design of Fortnite is precisely done to eliminate the violence of shooting your opponent. You never see a drop of blood and you have a carituresque graphic representation pic.twitter.com/iLi4Ddb5ov
– Tomás 🏆🏆🏆🏆 (@saiyajindelsur) March 15, 2019
The Clarín newspaper tells the attacks of New Zealand with Fortnitehttps: //t.co/Xk7nxK3xzJ pic.twitter.com/erUDhwWSZG
– Hobby consoles (@hobby_consolas) March 15, 2019
Clarín compares this with the Fortnite.
Nothing more to add. https://t.co/Y41S0fvdlZ
– Martín Legaspi (@Legaspimartin_) March 15, 2019
The news that I get out @clarin regarding the shooting in NZ, he stopped the title "as in Fortnite". Of course the shark and 99 other people jumped from a bondi to an island, started to cut down trees, grabbed a few weapons from the floor and later started dancing, they are right, just like that
– Tom Radero (@SonnyBuhos) March 15, 2019
Except that you say something with that title and then justify it with that: "Like in Fortnite, go quickly to every door of the temple and fall in pain to hurt death"
They also post images of the live broadcast where you can see corpses pic.twitter.com/ffgCUhQq21
– Asoplata (@ Asoplata1) March 15, 2019
Clarín, the newspaper that tackles a mass murder and compares it with the fortnite https://t.co/V8akEQk3BD
– nawe (@Nahuee_Iglesias) March 15, 2019
This brainless from Channel 9, apart from Clarin, explained how the terrorist killed people "like in the Fortnite".
Apart from all those who are sure to leave. pic.twitter.com/1ZR22xFexb
– Victor Junior Vasquez ✌ (@VJuniorVasquez) March 15, 2019
I was already angry with the news of the massacre. BUT CLARIN CANNOT GIVE ME AS MANY ASCO https://t.co/2QaiWk2pmt
– VinchucaNeverDies (@VinchucaDied) March 15, 2019
unfortunately the Argentinian media are so speaking that they don't mind and that I am Argentinian, here I leave my opinion to those who want to see it. https://t.co/3Om5fOjKOV
– tobias damiano (@tobias_damiano) March 15, 2019
@clarincom Let's go with this Fortnite is a third-person game and has nothing similar to the images in the video where the point of the weapon is clearly seen from a first-person perspective. Clarín's first reading pic.twitter.com/nS83tRWkLt
– Pablo Ainsworth (@XriotXpablo) March 15, 2019
Clarín, you are disgusted by me, how are you going to say that the shooter first filmed "as in the game forever" hopefully you will rot you and your mess of nefarious journalism
-: Fede (@ Fedeaguero99) March 15, 2019
A few weeks ago he celebrated Clarín for spreading the academic space that the UAI gave the esports. Now they come out with … this. No, it's not comparable, not a bit. (1/2) https://t.co/zcDF7NLUpr
– Augusto Chiarito (@ChiaritoAugusto) March 15, 2019
It all started because a journalist from Clarin wrote an article stating that the killer used the game to kill. The nefarious journalist said good and lied because the killer never said anything or said a name, but he is an old man of 50, he knows nothing.
– visido (@ JulianColombo18) March 15, 2019
Clarín publishes a story about the shooting in the mosque entitled "Deaths as in the Fortnite, but in real life", there is no way to regard it as a diary written by people.
– tune (@RiedelAT) March 15, 2019
I wake up and see the news from New Zealand (very sad) and then a "journalist" from Clarín who makes analogies with the attack with Fortnite, VERGONZOSO. We are not in 2001 to relate games to terrorism (sad) 🤦🏻♂️
– clovermye (@clovermye) March 15, 2019
For notes like this, Clarín loses importance …
The bastard who made the note they have to throw away and that doesn't work in a … https://t.co/w9kLEzcKw1
– -[ﾚｱ]* SoldieƦ * ~ ಠ_ಠ (@NicolasPoltrone) March 15, 2019
But the worst thing is that journalism didn't need 1 hour to get an article to get attention, and what's the title? "How stupid, but in real life: massacre in NZ"
And he says the chabón made that slaughter BECAUSE HE WAS A CONSUMER OF THE GAME, CLARIN THE SHELL OF YOUR MOHER
– Centu (@sebacenturioon) March 15, 2019
SENSITIVE IMAGES: This was the shooting in one of the New Zealand mosques