April 02, 2012
by Mike Adams
The Hunger Games is a wildly popular new movie set in a dystopian future where an all-powerful, high-tech centralized government rules over “districts” of impoverished populations barely surviving in third-world conditions. The film, based on the book of the same name by Suzanne Collins, is important to understand becauseit depicts the very future that the global elite are trying to create. In fact, much of what is shown inThe Hunger Gameshas already begun (see below).
The film is set 74 years after a popular uprising that failed to overthrow a corrupt, centralized federal government. As punishment for the attempted uprising, the all-powerful government now requires each of 12 districts to “volunteer” a young girl and boy each year to participate in the Hunger Games — a bloodsport “breads and circuses” event that serves as the opiate of the masses to distract society from the fact that they are all slaves living under tyranny.