Russian government website notes that game maker has sent “Secret Hitler” to every US senatorBreaking News
tags: fascism, Secret Hitler
Senators across the US received a copy of a new board game called Secret Hitler in a move that is part publicity stunt, part timely political statement warning of the dangers of fascism.
Each of the 100 US senators received a letter along with the social deduction game that models the rise of fascism in a democratic system.
“To achieve his evil ends, Adolf Hitler required the cooperation of well-meaning men who hoped to appease and control the Nazis,” the letter reads. “Our game explores that relationship and highlights the difficulty of recognizing your own manipulation before it’s too late.”
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