Prisma Illya Season 3 Preemptively Banned in 12 Countries

Shot from Prisma Illya 2wei Herz! that has been digitally edited to be compliant with Canadian law

Shot from Prisma Illya 2wei Herz! that has been digitally edited to be compliant with Canadian law

OTTAWA, CANADA – The Canadian government, along with eleven other nations, moved today to preemptively ban the airing of Fate/Kaleid Liner Prisma Illya 2wei Herz! – the third season of the Fate Universe magical girl show by Lantis. According to a special joint statement by the twelve governments, the collective ban related to fears concerning the content.

“Have you even seen season 2?” asked Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper at a press conference earlier today. “It made Sakura Trick look chaste. We can’t in good conscience allow this kind of smut to be broadcast across our airwaves.”

In fact, said Harper, broadcasting the show could even have severe legal ramifications, considering Canada’s laws regarding hentai. “We could have a situation where millions of Canadian citizens will find themselves in violation of serious laws merely for watching television and we don’t have nearly enough prisons to house them all. What is this, the U.S.?”

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