[PS4] Free - Black Lives Matter Theme @ PlayStation Store

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Give your PlayStation®4 system’s home screen a personal touch with this special theme in show of support for the Black Lives Matter Movement.

Themes can be downloaded to give your on-screen display a completely new look, changing the background, icons and colours to match your favourite game or style.

After downloading, you can select the theme you want to use via the Themes option on the PS4™ system’s Settings menu.

Download of this product is subject to the PlayStation Network Terms of Service and our Software Usage Terms plus any specific additional conditions applying to this product. If you do not wish to accept these terms, do not download this product. See Terms of Service for more important information.

One-time licence fee to download to multiple PS4 systems. Sign in to PlayStation Network is not required to use this on your primary PS4, but is required for use on other PS4 systems.


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    • -1 vote

      There's police violence against aboriginals here LOL. Wtf is wrong with you

      • +2 votes

        There is police violence against everyone, everywhere.

        • +1 vote

          https://theconversation.com/factcheck-qanda-are-indigenous-a...

          Yes, just more so indigenous people. Good to know you are aware of events in your own country. At least BLM has helped you learn how people are being treated in your own country now.

          1 indigenous australian dies in jail every 10 or so days. If that was non indigenous people, imagine the news stories we would be seeing!

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            @onlinepred: The way you just threw that statement there makes it seem like the 1 death every 10 days is due to police violence; that isn't even remotely true. Police brutality does exist but stats suggest it is random rather than targeted and nearly all deaths in custody (regardless of race, ethnicity or gender) are due to factors other than police violence.

            Indigenous Australians (IA) make up 28% of the adult prison population and the rate at which they die in custody (the vast majority due to natural causes or self-inflicted) is roughly the same or slightly lower than non-indigenous people.
            The IA to Non-IA death rate in 2015–2016 was 0.18 and 0.23 per 100 respectively and in 2016-2017, 0.14 and 0.18 per 100 respectively.

            • +1 vote

              @aml123: They are great statistics you can get from a quick google, but what you are failing to take into consideration, is per state. Look at WA, NT etc. You will get more accurate representations. Having lived in WA and NT, so many people treat and talk about indigenous Australians in a negative manner.

              WA status IA makes closer to 40% of prison population, and accounts for 2.5 times higher death rate than NIA while only representing 4% of the population

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        Are you claiming the police are specifically targeting indigenous people? Got anything to back that up?

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    Are you crazy?

  • +11 votes

    Oof love seeing the racist right whingers get their knickers in a bunch over something insignificant as a PlayStation theme. The tin foil hat truly falls off when they get behind a keyboard! Most strayn rwnjs are so afraid to spout this stuff in public it's hilarious. Also, this is not a deal and shouldn't be posted here.

    • +9 votes

      Yes all 100 of us are RWNJs who hate black people! That's why I vote Labor and support constitutional recognition of First Nation people.

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        My comment made no mention of the 100 down votes on this deal (I too stated it wasn't a deal) and was directed at the racist comments. I do appreciate you pointing out that the rwnjs aren't the only ones getting their knickers in a bunch…

        • +2 votes

          Do you think deals relating to the Quran or Bible shouldn't be scrutinised? Are people who object to that getting their knickers in a bunch? Are they all evil racist right wingers?

          If you deem something to not be of value, you are allowed to leave a comment.

    • +4 votes

      Afraid to spout in public. Regular people have better things to do like have a job, raise a family and get on with our lifes. -had to google 'rwnjs'.
      A console theme is insignificant but BLM is dangerous for many reasons. For one it wants to reintroduce racial segregation.

  • +8 votes

    yeah i dont support …my choice

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    Had a feeling the discussion would be a shit show, but oof. Even out did Twitter.

  • +5 votes

    So now not even Ozbargain can be free of the insidious march of the Marxist ideology creeping into everything. Help yourself to any political ideology you like if it floats your boat, but 99% of the population couldn't care less.

  • +8 votes

    Yeah, social / political agendas from for-profit companies are a no deal from me

  • +5 votes

    No deal.

  • +4 votes

    Solidarity with my black brothers and sisters.

  • +3 votes

    All the down votes were white Aussies that have never been afflicted by racism

    • +21 votes

      Making an assumption purely based on a person's skin colour, I wonder if there's a word for that…

      • -1 vote

        Oh please..

    • +10 votes

      that's racist. i'm brown and i down voted

      • -3 votes

        Ah just another whitewashed Indian then?

        • +1 vote

          Telling people of colour how to think… So progressive!

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            @JD6750: That's how this world is built on, isn't it. Very progressive indeed! This world is full of hypocrites. It's year 2020 and racism still exists, some people still burning an 89-year-old lady, etc. I'm not excited for the future.

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              @El Psy Kongroo: Hypocrites everywhere… Here's a good example, people who have an obsession with race and racism who proceed to talk down to non-whiteys by assuming that they if they hold an different position that they can't think for themselves and have instead been whitewashed.

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                @JD6750: Indeed we're all hypocrites. He brought up race and racism first (second), I was thinking he might be just another troll because there are plenty of trolls here unfortunately, so I just followed up to see if he's trolling. Don't worry I don't really hate Caucasian people. I hate racists and trolls. I apologise for my racist reply. Every individual is different no matter the race but we're all hypocrites.

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                  @El Psy Kongroo: Forgot to add (past my editing window): There are also a lot of people pretending to be of different race from what they are on the Internet i.e. Non-Asian pretending to be Asian, etc. They usually do this when they don't want to be labelled as racists, to troll people or when they can't win an argument.

    • +6 votes

      Such a racist comment. I feel deeply offended and I'm not even white

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      wrong

      see if you said most, I couldn't really say anything as I don't know all the other neg voters

    • +5 votes

      The problem with Australia is that you have people making comments like this. Immediate knee-jerk reactions and judgmentalism, labelling everyone a racist without even taking a moment to think. Attitudes like this are what got the US into the Bubba Wallace fiasco, so let's be better than that please.

  • +12 votes

    Not a deal. Also not an organisation that should be supported.

  • +8 votes

    I'd be genuinely curious to see what the positive/negative vote split looked like if you didn't need to comment to neg this post. I'd wager a bunch of people are holding back not wanting to have something forever on the internet with their username marked against it that could potentially be used against them.

    • +1 vote

      That usually explains why candidates nobody likes win elections, because everyone is afraid to admit it publicly.

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        Are you claiming people vote for candidates they do not like.
        Or
        Candidates MOST people don't like win.

        Aren't large scale public votes cast privately?

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          No, I am claiming people are afraid to confess in election forecasts who they will vote for, so based on election forecasts it might look like nobody likes some candidate, but actually a lot of people like him. They are just afraid to admit it.

          • +1 vote

            @Mistredo: just like the pollies then who either don't announce their preferences before the vote or alter it afterwards

      • +1 vote

        That's how marketing and fake news works. It's how Trump won. Fake news on Facebook.

  • +3 votes

    I am a simple man. If the deal does not interest me, I scroll past.

    (with the exception of this deal as the number of negs got me curious)

  • +8 votes

    Use this theme or you're a bigot!!..

    nah not really ;p

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    Cities rebuild, Zach.

  • +11 votes

    BLM is a racist terrorist organisation

  • +7 votes

    BLM are Anti semites

    Who won't wear the ribbon?

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    Well if it's free, I'll take it.

  • +4 votes

    Lmao. Someone reported this for sockpuppeting 😂

  • +8 votes

    Aussies showing their true colors once again.

  • +12 votes

    Over 140 days of 'mostly peaceful' protests in Portland. It appears many people believe their news feeds. I'd hoped OzB community was one that searched for information. Not just for the best value, quality & price. But truth too. And no, not 'my truth', 'your truth'. The truth, honesty and willingness to accept new information.

    • +1 vote

      more black people as a result of the riots than killed by police in the same length of period

  • +1 vote

    Now for the popcorn (MJ Thriller gif)

  • +2 votes

    Only 7% of protests turned violent.

    • +2 votes

      and more than 7% of the police force killed black people?

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    What an interesting read, not exactly a deal but we've seen worse

  • +12 votes

    Reading the comments I am surprised to learn that apparently being against fascists makes you an extremist.

    Lads is it extreme if I enjoy democracy

    • +4 votes

      Look at our name guys. Everything we do is justified because of our name!

      • +2 votes

        Antifa isn't an organisation lmfao

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          When did I argue it was?

          • +3 votes

            @JD6750: Unless I've mistaken what you're saying you're essentially insinuating that everyone who doesn't like fascism (hence, Anti-Fascist) is some sort of a hooligan.

            Great way to out yourself as a fascist I guess?

            • +4 votes

              @DarkWorld: Nah I'm pretty sure I'm against fascism by it's definition. The problem is people like you define anything and anyone you dislike as [insert word]. I moved on from name calling in grade 3.

              If only you cared about the rampant corporate corruption (environmental destruction, tax avoidance and use of slave labor) from businesses like Sony who have the audacity to virtue signal as much as you enjoy throwing around meaningless buzzwords at people on the internet.

              • +3 votes

                @JD6750: Hold on so you're against fascism, thus anti fascist, which is what antifa literally means. I'm struggling to follow your logic.

                • +1 vote

                  @DarkWorld: Because you have a warped view of reality. The comments section doesn't reek of fascism by any sane person's logic. All I see are people critical of a multinational virtue signalling company and a 'movement' that is looked down upon by a large percentage of America.

                  • +3 votes

                    @JD6750: You've literally said that you're against anti-fascism……..now I've never been the best at English but I'm pretty sure a double negative makes a positive

            • +4 votes

              @DarkWorld: North Korea is called the Democratic People's Republic of Korea? Do you really see the People having any power? Or the country being Democratic?

              • +1 vote

                @yannyrjl: Ah yes, because that's such a direct comparison.

                https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/antifa

                • +1 vote

                  @DarkWorld: I think you've missed my point, I'm saying you need to judge behaviour not purely based on name

                  • +3 votes

                    @yannyrjl: My point is, "Antifa" is a blanket term that covers literally anyone who doesn't like fascism.

                    • +2 votes

                      @DarkWorld: People burning down businesses and demanding white people leave their "privileged" homes sounds quite fascist to me.

                      • +1 vote

                        @nub: So WW2 diggers are fascists? Pretty sure they were very against fascism.

                        • +1 vote

                          @DarkWorld: Lol ok. I wonder what you'd be saying if a horde rocked up to your house demanding you leave it due to its location and history, or burnt your business down.

                          It's easy to virtue signal when you're in a safe bubble.

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                        @nub: Does that mean Americans were fascists when they 'burned down' Nazi Germany? Who's right, who's wrong, who decides what's right and what's wrong? Who makes the rules and laws. War victors, usually. Are they Saints? Nope. We're all just a bunch hypocrites. What a wonderful world…not.

                    • +1 vote

                      @DarkWorld: I would disagree on that, ideas don't burn down businesses and destroy properties, people who associate with these ideas manifest the idea into action.

                      If the idea rarely manifest into violence, looting then people are less likely draw this association. For "Anitfa" (the idea), its too often associated "Antifa" black clad individuals who organise on social media and gather and carry out the said associated behaviour. So I don't think your arguing in good faith saying that the WW2 vets are "Antifa". People can be antifacist without agreeing the with ideas of "Antifa" (both ideology and group)

                      Also, your logic is very unsound, to draw the conclusion WW2 diggers are fascists if they don't agree with Antifa?

                      • +1 vote

                        @yannyrjl: They certainly were against fascism, which is by definition anti-fascist, which is by definition antifa

                        • +1 vote

                          @DarkWorld: Again I don't believe you are arguing in good faith, I've already drawn the distinction between the idea and the individuals / groups. So the least you can do is use that as a basis to continue further discussions.

                          To be frank, I don't even have an issue with bad ideas, I believe they need to be publicised and good ideas and counter those bad ones. I have problems when people who claim to associate with one idea use violent and intimidation to silence opposing views. I've observed the left has far less favourable views of intelligence of the general public. Let discussions elevate good and bad ideas, not violence to oppress.

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                            @yannyrjl: The individual/group does not represent an idea. Arguing that antifa is violent etc is an exercise in bad faith, because antifa by definition is an idea, not a group.

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                              @DarkWorld: That's not how the vernacular is understood.

                              People can find common ground to if they condemn these individual and groups separate the idea. Unfortunately this isn't done, rather avoided and the parallel between the two continues.

                              It's the no true scots fallacy. Extending our logic fascism is an idea and the Nazi's didn't implement true fascism? Or as the meme goes "It not true communism".

                              Do you not agree?

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                                @yannyrjl: The Nazis implemented fascism. They don't exactly represent it.

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                                  @DarkWorld: and Antifa the group implement an idea with the guise of anti-fascism in name, but act in ways that is fascistic

                                  again condemn the individuals and debate the ideas

    • +6 votes

      Democracy is out of fashion these days, communism is what the kids want apparently

      • +3 votes

        lads does not wanting fascism make you a communist

      • +1 vote

        it's the Russians and the Chinese trying to break down western society through the young (gullible).

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          Got any proof of that?

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            @nub: 'western society' as you call it has already broken down because there is no belief in truth anymore.

            That fact alone proves that democracy has failed because without truth in its operation there is nothing left but chaos as shown here.

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              @petry: When was there truth, before the internet when all our news came from a few sources? When most people believed the war on terror was to keep us safe? If anything, there's more truth now.

              Don't fall into this narrative of everything being fake news. It's pushing to the agenda of a future full of bias news.

              • +2 votes

                @nub: really -so that's why we're supporting isis terrorists again then is it?

                Many of those few old sources died telling the truth, now you get mown down by american gunships, all over the world - your facebook and twitter accounts are taken away, and your internet access is removed.

                whatever your selling its not truth

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                  @petry: Righto.

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                  @petry: Which government is trustworthy in your opinion?

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                    @brendanm: I'm hoping the US government and allies' are trustworthy because the world is pretty much in their hands. I'm just reserving my judgment. Let's see what happens a decade or two from now if I can live long enough until then.

          • +1 vote

            @nub: not so much proof, the idea originated (in my mind) originally based on former KGB agent Yuri Bezmenov's interview's, you can google on YouTube

            Does it sound plausible? Yes, considering Russian utilised espionage heavily to keep up despite their lack of technological advancements, it can be a conceivable strategy

            Can I prove it? No, no government has admitted this and I don't believe any amount of whistle-blowing is going to make this definite, nor can I appreciate how light or heavy each government is involved

            Can it be considered to make sense of things? I leave that up to each individual, I know it adds some additional considerations. As Obama said "The Cold War is over" when I see Chinese students / Teacher protests against HK and Chinese embassy associations with Chinese students in Australia, their involvement in the Chinese community and supposed stories of favourable treatment once those who show their loyalty goes back to China, it points to the possibility that this practice used.

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        Unfortunately there's no such thing as 'true democracy'. Seeing that fake democracy usually brings better advancement in technology, it might just be the 'best' political system. No sarcasm, I'm not talking about communism, I'm talking about 'democracy'. Will all citizens living in a democratic country prosper / have a good life? I might not live long enough to find out. I do want to see the days when robots do most of our work for us. I didn't say AI because people might say that they have feelings / consciousness and say that they're being treated unfairly, etc. We have enough of that surely.

  • +9 votes

    BLM are a racist movement

    • +1 vote

      if BLM called out all Black Murders including gang violence in the inner cities with the same passion, I will change my opinion about the organisation as for Black Lives. Otherwise, I would agree with your notion

  • +7 votes

    "We at Sony care deeply about racial equality. Here have this skin for free."

    Politics in games don't bother me, but corporate tokenism does. Also, not a deal.

  • +5 votes

    And here I am thinking that I can escape this politics bullshit in my PS after work… nope have the left agenda shoved in your game time too…

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      You played The Witcher 3 and you’re trying to escape politics in games?

      • +3 votes

        I think you are pushing your propaganda too much if you think Witcher 3 is shoving political agenda on you.