The Hunger Games' REAL meaning is an allegory. Actor Donald Sutherland risks his career to expose it. Share this interview, young people seeing the movies need to know what they are really about.
“The young people who see this film must recognize that for the future ‘blind faith in their leaders,’ as Bruce Springsteen said, ‘will get you dead.’”
Hollywood heavyweight, Donald Sutherland literally just called out the entire system.
Sutherland, well known for his role as President Coriolanus Snow in the blockbuster movie series The Hunger Games, was recently asked in an interview what the movie was really about, to which he gave a straight up answer with no reservations.
“If there’s any question as to what it’s an allegory for I will tell you. It is the powers that be in the United States of America. It’s profiteers. War is for profit. It’s not “to save the world for democracy” or “for king and country.”
No... bullshit. It’s for the profit of the top 10%, and the young people who see this film must recognize that for the future ‘blind faith in their leaders,’ as Bruce Springsteen said, 'will get you dead.'”
Those of us who are awake know exactly what the film, which is based on the book, is really all about. But for those who are still asleep and believe these types of films are solely for entertainment purposes need to hear this interview.
Sutherland, however, is not alone. There have been numerous high ranking government officials and military men throughout the ages who have warned us of "The Military Industrial Complex". Below you can watch a powerful, moving testimony from a disillusioned soldier that elaborates on Sutherland's words about "who the real enemy is";
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