Oh look, it’s everyone’s favorite professional victim who is back to wear her victimhood like a badge of honor even though the Internet forgot about her years ago. And since she can’t just sit back and let herself fall into obscurity like the vulture that she is, when the director of a new game that looks pretty cool came out and she found out through her information network that he had said positive things about the now-defunct culture war #GamerGate, she had to get her little army of minions to go out and attack him. I am, of course, talking about the director or The Last Night.
See, the director of that game actually believes that ethical standards in games journalism is something worth fighting for, and that the world of Indie games is a toxic circlejerk of multi-colored hair warriors who have to suck each other off so hard. And since Zoe Quinn hasn’t been in the public eye in so long, just like Brianna Wu she had to get the old victim train going. Also just like Brianna Wu, Zoe is a cunt-rag who tries to play off what at terrible person she is as everyone just being mean to her.
Let’s take a look at the narrative she paints for herself. According to her, she was the tragic victim of a horrible man who chose to slut-shame her and paint the scarlet letter on her in the public square. And ever since she has been the victim of virtually non-stop abuse by all the evil people of the Internet. That’s the narrative that she paints. The same one that her and her more-successful professional victim comrade Anita Sarkeesian painted in front of the UN while they argued that the Internet should have everyone who disagrees with them removed. Not that Zoe would know what it’s like for people to disagree with her. Her echo chamber is so massive that she lives in it. Every time that she has even slightly ventured out of it the weight of her lies almost destroyed her.
What is the truth? Simple – her ex-boyfriend Eron wrote a hugely-long post where he laid out how betrayed he felt by her. Among the endless reasons why was the fact that she had been cheating on him, with five people. Mundane’s Matt and Internet Aristocrat’s video of what happened led her to being the catalyst to the online culture war known as #GamerGate. And very quickly Zoe became forgotten amongst the far more interesting topics at hand. Topics like the fact that several of the people who she had cheated on Eron with were people who had covered in the games media before. In fact Nathan Grayson became a far more interesting topic than she ever was. All she did was create a boring video game about living with depression. A choose-your-adventure game about depression. Yeah, sounds like a recipe for great “gameplay.”
After the storm that was GamerGate died down, Zoe found herself in the media in other ways. Like how she was busted red-handed leading a online blitzkrieg of attacks against Candace Owens. There had been a blog post where she laid out what had happened, and how she was able to put together that Zoe was directly responsible for the attacks against her. A really scum-fuck thing to do. As I said, she went to the UN, where she desperately tried to sell that the Internet still sent daily hate to her, even though it is easily-provable that the Internet moved on from her not long after the hashtag #GamerGate was founded by Adam Baldwin. Given how she was able to generate an attack against Candace Owens through mysterious anonymous sources, it’s not hard to think that probably most of the hate she has ever received was from the same sock-puppet accounts.
Oh, and let’s not forget the leaked chat logs from Crash Override Network, Zoe’s little circlejerk of victimhood that showed that she had actively sabotaged the Rebel Game Jam she had been a part of in order to cash in on the social justice points and make herself look good while the rest of them look bad. I still believe the person who sponsored that event should sue her. Or how she doxxed and ruined the Fine Young Capitalist’s fundraising event to help promote women in gaming, which she didn’t like because they weren’t promoting her. And just like all feminists with a sense of entitlement up her non-existent ass, she had to make them pay for not making everything in that project about her. But again, she’s a victim. Not a scum-fuck.
Now she has turned her refusal to let her 15 minutes of shame die into an attack against someone who hasn’t done thing one against her other than support an online movement. That’s it. That’s all he did. Then Notch had to go and take the Internet’s ire by calling her a cunt. Which, you know, she is. Indefensibly so. Zoe Quinn is a cunt with a capital C. She is a horrible person who wanted to make a game that was neatly stealing the show at E3 about her. Because why shouldn’t a big game reveal be about her? And of course the parasites at Feminist Frequency have come out in support of her. Why not.
Zoe, you are a cunt. You are a terrible person. I don’t lightly use that term, but it describes you perfectly. What’s more, you actually believed you are owed something for the fact that people see you for what you are after all of the debacle that you were barely a part of. You believe that you are owed. That just blows my fucking mind. Zoe Quinn feels that the Internet owes HER for the shit she has pulled. No, Zoe! You owe people an apology. People like Eron, who had those of us who supported GamerGate donate to his defense fund, which when you realized that the trial didn’t make you look good you dropped. People like Candace Owens, who busted you dead to rights for a campaign of doxing and harassment through sock puppet accounts. There are so many people who you owe. But you won’t. After all, admitting wrongdoing just fucks with the narrative. Can’t have that. Then you might start self-reflection and that might just lead you to realize what a fucking piece of shit you are.
Until next time, a quote,
“Mr Worf, villains who twirl their mustaches are easy to spot. Those who clothe themselves in good deeds are well-camouflaged.” – Capt. Picard