A Wikipedia edit war has erupted over whether Yasuke, a black man, was actually a samurai

After the release of the Assassin’s Creed Shadows trailer, a real edit war began on the English Wikipedia page for Yasuke, the black retainer of Japanese daimyo Oda Nobunaga. According to information from Mark Kern, a former Blizzard developer, supporters of the agenda are trying to erase any mention that Yasuke may not have been a samurai, as there is no real historical evidence for it. Kern states that history is literally being rewritten for the sake of agenda propaganda.

The edit war over Yasuke has become unreal and out of control. Woke activists really want to make him a samurai, despite there being no evidence that he ever was one. This, rather than Yasuke’s presence in the game, is the real issue. There is a battle to rewrite history to support the “woke” position, and it’s complete madness.

Yesterday, Ubisoft released the first trailer for Assassin’s Creed Shadows, which received mixed reactions from players. Japanese players, in particular, were confused and unhappy about being asked to play as a black character who kills other Japanese. One Japanese player wrote, “For the first time, I understand what cultural appropriation means.”

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