I decided to write this blog after all the “garbage” going out in our society that the media has been putting on the “negative” news lately. We have to remember that we are all unique individuals and the we CAN’T just judge a whole group of people just because of the individual actions of one or even the majority.
Evil forces are doing various tactics to go against each other, so DON’T let them win!
*see Deep thought: This is how the “devil” is trying to divide us? goodnewseverybodycom.wordpress.com
One way is getting us “angry” and wanting to take the situation in our “own” hands by seeking revenge..
The Political Message of The Hunger Games the-artifice.com
“..the plot, it is set in a near future where countries have been destroyed and replaced by 12 Districts under the control of the Capitol. To strengthen its tight control over the districts, the Capitol organises games each year where 24 helpless children, 2 from each district, have to fight to the death in a wild arena filled with dangerous animals and cruel tactics to destroy the teenagers, both physically and psychologically. The winner, after killing all the others to survive, has to deal with the pain, the nightmares and the Capitol’s control. Forced to appear on camera constantly, physically changed and shaped for entertainment, the tributes remain all their lives tied to the Capitol and its murderous president. …
drawing an interesting parallel with Romans and their arena games, linking past and future and showing how humanity always had, and still has, this violent impulse, this thirst for destruction. She gets inspiration from 1984, Metropolis and A clockwork’s Orange while modernising them at the same time. Like these classics, she pushes the boundaries of violence to the extreme. But unlike them, she addresses it specifically to adolescents and has political violence penetrate their literature. A book for teenagers and where teenagers die, so young people can understand the dangers of extremist power and imagine what a world like this would be like. And do everything to prevent it from happening. Of course, the book is 90% exaggerated, but it still manages to illustrate a point and deliver a political, social, cultural and environmental message – we must be careful not to ruin this Earth and not to make it an uninhabitable place. Avoid Panem and the Capitol at all cost…
We need to deal with our flaws one by one, on the political, social and environmental sides…
The Hunger Games: Donald Sutherland on the story’s impact on society , from youtube.com
AGENDA 21 MEGACITIES LOS ANGELES: THE HUNGER GAMES PARALLEL , from youtube.com
What are some ways to “prevent” that hate to grow in us?