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>>> "The Hunger Games" - Horrific Satanic Trilogy published by "Scholastic" - required reading in some schools.>>

 
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Actually, it's more likely to point out that government can be corrupt.
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applause well said AC!!!



wtfHave you even read them!!! My son (he is 13) and I read the trilogy and LOVED it!!! We are counting down the days until the movie comes out March 23rd (81 days)! If you havent even read them then you have no reason to claim such things! If by not mentioning God in the story you wish to deem it "Satanic" then you will have many books to bitch about. If it gets a child to WANT to read instead of playing a video game or watching TV what harm could it truly do?
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I'm counting down the days as well, I loved the series!!
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March 23rd!!! 33 days!!!woohoo
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Grow uo OP, it's only a fucken movie based upon a fucken series of books!!!

Why does everything have to be a fucken conspiracy these days?
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OP you need to stop. Its a book with a good message about individual freedoms ...your moral compass as opposed to the state, and inhumane culture....freedom of the individual to take care of their family and friends.,,, if you disagree you are part of the problem
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Grow uo OP, it's only a fucken movie based upon a fucken series of books!!!

Why does everything have to be a fucken conspiracy these days?
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..because this is a conspiracy forum.
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If anything ...you make me want to go see it more...
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I liked this trilogy because the ending offered no hope. Just like our world.
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I liked this trilogy because the ending offered no hope. Just like our world.
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Oh dear..I'm reading the second book now. I want to have hope...even reading 1984 I wanted to have hope, and give my son hope. Hope is all we have.
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and scholastic doesn't care...they make money by selling cheap chinese crap, .like most of "America"
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Re: >>> "The Hunger Games" - Horrific Satanic Trilogy published by "Scholastic" - required reading in some schools.>>
Dear Lord, please put an end to this.

And I thought it was bad enough that they made me read "Lord of the Flies".

This is sick beyond imagination.

Scholastic is the world's largest publisher of chilren's books. I have lately started suspecting them of having an evil agenda. Now I know for sure.

Read this and weep:

[link to www.henrymakow.com]
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Fucking idiot.

Bane him!
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I liked this trilogy because the ending offered no hope. Just like our world.
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Oh dear..I'm reading the second book now. I want to have hope...even reading 1984 I wanted to have hope, and give my son hope. Hope is all we have.
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I guess it depends on what you see as hope. The books left me completely miserable.
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Henry Makow has some sexual issues...poor dude.
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I read the first one and had no problem with the message. It's poorly written crap though, it's not surprising that the government propaganda centers would use it.
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That is my biggest objection - poorly written books have no business inside a classroom!

The dumbing down continues.
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I liked this trilogy because the ending offered no hope. Just like our world.
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Oh dear..I'm reading the second book now. I want to have hope...even reading 1984 I wanted to have hope, and give my son hope. Hope is all we have.
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I guess it depends on what you see as hope. The books left me completely miserable.
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I'm in the middle of the second book. I want to have hope..as anyone with a child has hope... as those that read 1984 and Lord of the Flies had hope...and really life is better for the majority of us..I do not have to work off my parents debt...as in olden times..
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Innocence is precious. It's a gift from God. It should be protected and sheltered and maintained, not gotten rid of as quickly as possible only to be replaced with wallowing in the most vile filth human beings can imagine. If this film and book series has credible positive purpose as some claim, then I'm sure they could critically acclaim The Human Centipede. Angst is NOT appropriate for anyone. To ask children to endure it so that we can force them to have "widened" points of view is sad and sick.

God will judge.
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Re: >>> "The Hunger Games" - Horrific Satanic Trilogy published by "Scholastic" - required reading in some schools.>>
This is part of a review written by Claire Wolfe about the Hunger Games. I haven't read them or seen the movie but if someone of the caliber of Claire Wolfe likes it, that's a high recommendation.

It would seem that anyone that thinks a freedom movie is satanic has more than a few screws loose.

[link to www.backwoodshome.com]


scroll down for the review.

The Hunger Games and
freedom in the real world


Now The Hunger Games has dared to say it straight out. The country may be called Panem (“bread”), but the place is a recognizable future America. And its government is pure, stripped-down evil. It exists for its own sake and holds power by starving, terrorizing, and murdering its own citizens — even by forcing its young to murder each other.


If you’re old enough, you remember when movies and TV shows never, ever, but never said a bad thing about government or its agents. The Soviet government or the Nazis, yes. But the U.S. government was always the Noble Protector. Its agents never lied, never cheated, never raped, never murdered, were never more violent than absolutely required. Government was approachable, responsive, humane, and preternaturally wise.

Then there came a few movies (e.g. Serpico) that showed something like a good cop crusading against bad cops. But that, of course, supported the “only a few bad apples” meme.

The first movie I ever recall showing a U.S. government agent being just plain bad, stupid, and destructive with no caveats was — oddly enough — Ghostbusters. Remember, it’s the Environmental Protection Agency man who pulls the switch that releases mayhem on the city while the unabashedly free-market Ghostbusters try to stop him.

I remember seeing that and being happily shocked. One of the most popular movies of all time said government could be arrogant, stupid, and destructive.

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This is part of a review written by Claire Wolfe about the Hunger Games. I haven't read them or seen the movie but if someone of the caliber of Claire Wolfe likes it, that's a high recommendation.

It would seem that anyone that thinks a freedom movie is satanic has more than a few screws loose.

[link to www.backwoodshome.com]


scroll down for the review.

The Hunger Games and
freedom in the real world


Now The Hunger Games has dared to say it straight out. The country may be called Panem (“bread”), but the place is a recognizable future America. And its government is pure, stripped-down evil. It exists for its own sake and holds power by starving, terrorizing, and murdering its own citizens — even by forcing its young to murder each other.


If you’re old enough, you remember when movies and TV shows never, ever, but never said a bad thing about government or its agents. The Soviet government or the Nazis, yes. But the U.S. government was always the Noble Protector. Its agents never lied, never cheated, never raped, never murdered, were never more violent than absolutely required. Government was approachable, responsive, humane, and preternaturally wise.

Then there came a few movies (e.g. Serpico) that showed something like a good cop crusading against bad cops. But that, of course, supported the “only a few bad apples” meme.

The first movie I ever recall showing a U.S. government agent being just plain bad, stupid, and destructive with no caveats was — oddly enough — Ghostbusters. Remember, it’s the Environmental Protection Agency man who pulls the switch that releases mayhem on the city while the unabashedly free-market Ghostbusters try to stop him.

I remember seeing that and being happily shocked. One of the most popular movies of all time said government could be arrogant, stupid, and destructive.
 Quoting: s. d. butler


Guess you're not old enough to remember the 70s.

Watch Parallax View and Capricorn One for a start.
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This is part of a review written by Claire Wolfe about the Hunger Games. I haven't read them or seen the movie but if someone of the caliber of Claire Wolfe likes it, that's a high recommendation.

It would seem that anyone that thinks a freedom movie is satanic has more than a few screws loose.

[link to www.backwoodshome.com]


scroll down for the review.

The Hunger Games and
freedom in the real world


Now The Hunger Games has dared to say it straight out. The country may be called Panem (“bread”), but the place is a recognizable future America. And its government is pure, stripped-down evil. It exists for its own sake and holds power by starving, terrorizing, and murdering its own citizens — even by forcing its young to murder each other.


If you’re old enough, you remember when movies and TV shows never, ever, but never said a bad thing about government or its agents. The Soviet government or the Nazis, yes. But the U.S. government was always the Noble Protector. Its agents never lied, never cheated, never raped, never murdered, were never more violent than absolutely required. Government was approachable, responsive, humane, and preternaturally wise.

Then there came a few movies (e.g. Serpico) that showed something like a good cop crusading against bad cops. But that, of course, supported the “only a few bad apples” meme.

The first movie I ever recall showing a U.S. government agent being just plain bad, stupid, and destructive with no caveats was — oddly enough — Ghostbusters. Remember, it’s the Environmental Protection Agency man who pulls the switch that releases mayhem on the city while the unabashedly free-market Ghostbusters try to stop him.

I remember seeing that and being happily shocked. One of the most popular movies of all time said government could be arrogant, stupid, and destructive.
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Guess you're not old enough to remember the 70s.

Watch Parallax View and Capricorn One for a start.
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This is part of a review written by Claire Wolfe about the Hunger Games. I haven't read them or seen the movie but if someone of the caliber of Claire Wolfe likes it, that's a high recommendation.

It would seem that anyone that thinks a freedom movie is satanic has more than a few screws loose.

[link to www.backwoodshome.com]


scroll down for the review.

The Hunger Games and
freedom in the real world


Now The Hunger Games has dared to say it straight out. The country may be called Panem (“bread”), but the place is a recognizable future America. And its government is pure, stripped-down evil. It exists for its own sake and holds power by starving, terrorizing, and murdering its own citizens — even by forcing its young to murder each other.


If you’re old enough, you remember when movies and TV shows never, ever, but never said a bad thing about government or its agents. The Soviet government or the Nazis, yes. But the U.S. government was always the Noble Protector. Its agents never lied, never cheated, never raped, never murdered, were never more violent than absolutely required. Government was approachable, responsive, humane, and preternaturally wise.

Then there came a few movies (e.g. Serpico) that showed something like a good cop crusading against bad cops. But that, of course, supported the “only a few bad apples” meme.

The first movie I ever recall showing a U.S. government agent being just plain bad, stupid, and destructive with no caveats was — oddly enough — Ghostbusters. Remember, it’s the Environmental Protection Agency man who pulls the switch that releases mayhem on the city while the unabashedly free-market Ghostbusters try to stop him.

I remember seeing that and being happily shocked. One of the most popular movies of all time said government could be arrogant, stupid, and destructive.
 Quoting: s. d. butler


Guess you're not old enough to remember the 70s.

Watch Parallax View and Capricorn One for a start.
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Thanks but try actually reading the post. It has nothing to do with when I was watching movies or my age. Nevertheless I saw both of the movies you mention in the theater when they came out.


Watch Paths of Glory, A Boy and his Dog and THX 1138 and 1984 for a start.

You could even click the link and read the actual review before making a comment.

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This is part of a review written by Claire Wolfe about the Hunger Games. I haven't read them or seen the movie but if someone of the caliber of Claire Wolfe likes it, that's a high recommendation.

It would seem that anyone that thinks a freedom movie is satanic has more than a few screws loose.

[link to www.backwoodshome.com]


scroll down for the review.

The Hunger Games and
freedom in the real world


Now The Hunger Games has dared to say it straight out. The country may be called Panem (“bread”), but the place is a recognizable future America. And its government is pure, stripped-down evil. It exists for its own sake and holds power by starving, terrorizing, and murdering its own citizens — even by forcing its young to murder each other.


If you’re old enough, you remember when movies and TV shows never, ever, but never said a bad thing about government or its agents. The Soviet government or the Nazis, yes. But the U.S. government was always the Noble Protector. Its agents never lied, never cheated, never raped, never murdered, were never more violent than absolutely required. Government was approachable, responsive, humane, and preternaturally wise.

Then there came a few movies (e.g. Serpico) that showed something like a good cop crusading against bad cops. But that, of course, supported the “only a few bad apples” meme.

The first movie I ever recall showing a U.S. government agent being just plain bad, stupid, and destructive with no caveats was — oddly enough — Ghostbusters. Remember, it’s the Environmental Protection Agency man who pulls the switch that releases mayhem on the city while the unabashedly free-market Ghostbusters try to stop him.

I remember seeing that and being happily shocked. One of the most popular movies of all time said government could be arrogant, stupid, and destructive.
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Guess you're not old enough to remember the 70s.

Watch Parallax View and Capricorn One for a start.
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oh yeah oj smimpson in Capricorn one...
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Dear Lord, please put an end to this.

And I thought it was bad enough that they made me read "Lord of the Flies".

This is sick beyond imagination.

Scholastic is the world's largest publisher of chilren's books. I have lately started suspecting them of having an evil agenda. Now I know for sure.

Read this and weep:

[link to www.henrymakow.com]
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Not really interested, nor did I follow Harry Potter or the Twilight Trilogy.
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Have you even read the books? They are definitely not satanic, you need some help if you think they are.
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Wtf It's about Evil Rich Tards Demanding a Sacrifice

From Slave Citizens in which they have to kill each other

Or be Tortured for Said Evil Rich f-cs

that they call The "HUNGER" Games

Make no freaking mistake

The Reason it's called The Hunger Games Isn't because

One instance of the Torture is Starvation

It's Called The Hunger Because it's about RITUAL SACRIFICE.

They Literally FATTEN Them All Up On The Best Food Possible

Before The Games Begin, It's Ritual Sacrifice!

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Have you even read the books? They are definitely not satanic, you need some help if you think they are.
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Wtf It's about Evil Rich Tards Demanding a Sacrifice

From Slave Citizens in which they have to kill each other

Or be Tortured for Said Evil Rich f-cs

that they call The "HUNGER" Games

Make no freaking mistake

The Reason it's called The Hunger Games Isn't because

One instance of the Torture is Starvation

It's Called The Hunger Because it's about RITUAL SACRIFICE.

They Literally FATTEN Them All Up On The Best Food Possible

Before The Games Begin, It's Ritual Sacrifice!

tard
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Sorry pal, the books are about satanic government and what government naturally evolves into given the opportunity.

I don't believe they are satanic in any sense except for the government in the book. Which from what I understand is a thinly veiled future us gummint.

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Dear Lord, please put an end to this.

And I thought it was bad enough that they made me read "Lord of the Flies".

This is sick beyond imagination.

Scholastic is the world's largest publisher of chilren's books. I have lately started suspecting them of having an evil agenda. Now I know for sure.

Read this and weep:

[link to www.henrymakow.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 3991586


I never heard of Hunger Games ever. I must be from a timeline where this sick trilogy of books never exsisted.
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read those books. I found them hopeful and a mirror of our society today. We can change this..our young people can change this
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I'm still amazed at how many soccer moms recommend this book to other moms. I never would've thought that a book about kids killing kids would reach such mass appeal.

According to a recent article in Newsweek magazine, hollywood studios turned down the story early on because they thought it was too violent to have mass appeal. If Hollywood thinks a story is too violent, what does that tell you?

I'd like to think that the story is appealing to peoples feelings of wariness about abuse of powers by government. A feeling that maybe people don't even realize they have.

But, unfortunately, I think that hope is too optimistic.
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Kids are not stupid and if you keep them in the dark about the bad things in the world they will not know how to handle those bad things when they finaly do come face to face with them.
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that is so right, and that is why i never taught religion or santa or use spankings.
i could not instill fear in my child.
if she was doing something i didnt want her to i would give her something else in its place, each and every time.
if i ever wanted to lose my temper i would tickle her instead.

that girl grew into the most perfect daughter.
she doesnt lie to me, shes happy and everyone just adores her.
dont lie to them
dont hurt them for any reason
dont be mean to them.
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simply awesomazing!
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WTF is this stupid shit...
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WTF is this stupid shit...
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personally i prefer much more intelligent shit,

tastes better
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The world we live in is 1000x more satanic than any fucken series of books!

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