‘Hunger Games’ feeds interest in archery

‘Hunger Games’ feeds interest in archery.


“Hunger Games”

The Orwellian Theme Behind the Movie

By Berit Kjos  March 26, 1212

See also What’s So Good About Evil? Review of The Hunger Games (book)


The Power of Suggestion


Unconscious Learning

“The techniques of brainwashing developed in totalitarian countries are routinely used in psychological conditioning programs imposed on American school children. These include emotional shock anddesensitization… isolation from sources of support [parents], stripping away defenses… and inducing acceptance of alternative values…”[1] Thomas Sowell, PhD.

“Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil walks about like a roaring lion, seeking whom he may devour. Resist him, steadfast in the faith!” 1 Peter 5:8-9

I heard no laughter while watching The Hunger Games on opening day. Just sober silence. This teenage movie — set in a totalitarian world that supposedly replaced a broken America — shows the grim struggle for survival in a world without God, hope or meaning. The only “higher power” is a heartless government that supplies its own choice of artificial thrills and trials. And the people suffer.


Just in time for ‘Brave’!!!!!!!!!

“If you had the chance to change your fate…would you?” Especially your schooling!

Forget what your teachers tell you, kids. Be ‘Brave’ and read this:

Brave New Schools shows how the goals of education have been turned upside-down. Socialization–learning global beliefs and values and politically correct behavior–have replaced academics as the main outcome of education. You may hear nice-sounding promises, but factual learning and individual thinking are out, feelings and group thinking are in. If this international system is put in place by AD 2001 as planned, all children will be monitored through a national computerized data transmission system designed to build a permanent, personal file on every child. No one will be safe from the watchful eyes of those who control the new “school-to-work” system-not children taught at home or in private schools, not their parents, not anyone. So be informed. Learn what you can do to preserve our families and equip our children to stand firm in God’s truth — ready to count the nearness of God more precious than the approval of man.


  • uses schools to transform our culture
  • molds children’s minds for a global workforce
  • trades academics for socialization
  • bases learning on feelings, not facts
  • immerses students in global spirituality
  • builds permanent electronic file on each child
  • includes private and home-schools
  • yields parental rights to community “partners”
  • establishes the new global paradigm

Click here for  –» –» –» –»’Brave’!! New!! SCHOOLS!!!! «– «– «– «–  

Arm yourself with the arrows of truth 😉 –» –» –»

Witchcraft is not for the Brave. Oh Yeah.

One good thing about Brave is that it subtly criticises witchcraft, that trying to change things using illegal supernatural powers ends in bad consequences. That said, we can begin counting the badness of witchery:

— the original 2012 post below —

There’s a lot of witchcraft in the upcoming Pixar epic ‘Brave’. I know kids will love it but it’s not good. Also the human triumph over occultic forces is REALLY a myth. Humans can’t beat the dark forces. Only Jesus can! That’s why your New Age gurus love to distort Him, making Him nothing more than an imagined God. That’s just as futile as gods made of gold or silver or wood or whatever…

The REAL Jesus will drive the darkness away from your hearts, just like from the author of Deceived By The New Age*, Will Baron, and the alias author Robert Pye/Jeremy James.

* You have to pay for New Age courses and to watch this witchy movie. But you! Right here in the U.S.! can get this book for F.R.E.E,, according to the website! So why not grab it!

The Bible warns sternly against witchcraft of any form:

Deuteronomy 18:9-14

King James Version (KJV)

 9When thou art come into the land which the LORD thy God giveth thee, thou shalt not learn to do after the abominations of those nations.

10There shall not be found among you any one that maketh his son or his daughter to pass through the fire, or that useth divination, or an observer of times, or an enchanter, or a witch.

11Or a charmer, or a consulter with familiar spirits, or a wizard, or a necromancer.

12For all that do these things are an abomination unto the LORD: and because of these abominations the LORD thy God doth drive them out from before thee.

13Thou shalt be perfect with the LORD thy God.

14For these nations, which thou shalt possess, hearkened unto observers of times, and unto diviners: but as for thee, the LORD thy God hath not suffered thee so to do.

Link for you lovers of imagination: http://www.crossroad.to/articles2/2003/occult-rpg.htm

You are blessed when you read this blog post. Shalom~

The future doesn’t belong to the faint-hearted — it belongs to the brave,” ~ Ronald Reagan

Tangled’s Tangled Values

It’s rather strange that I’m still thinking about Tangled long after its theatrical and home media release. I was wondering if it is idolatry for me to think about it for so long.

On the other hand, I find lots of disturbing aspects – difficult to put in everyday language – to the movie. I wonder what is responsible for my addiction despite the ‘rational person’ in me…

Just hope everything will be over.

Disturbing stuff:

1. Rapunzel went out with a stranger at 17, 18 years old, and rebelled against her caretaker. Does this tell kids that when you’re 18, you get to do anything you want?

Meet Rapunzel: Curious, creative, and brave enough to join forces with a wanted thief as a means to finally leave her tower.

Brave? Huh! It’s rashness with the Disneyesque glam. Also, if she wanted cover when the bushes start beating about, she could hide behind a rock or tree, not embrace Flynn from behind his back. What kind of message will this send to kids? Intimacy with strangers? Huh?

In fact, the first emotion I felt after watching the film for the first time is… guess what.

REBELLION. Even though my parents are really my biological parents.

2. Shorty says ‘a tall drink of water’. Suggestive.

3. (Spoiler warning) Flynn’s real name, Eugene, shares the same root as the word ‘eugenics’ which is soooooo Nazi. And did you know that his features were really ‘selected’ by the artists at WDAS? See this:

4. Rapunzel (as well as Mother Gothel – you better watch out, 2 times) is seen flashing the devil’s horn sign about 5 times in the film, some during ‘When Will My Life Begin’ (with her puzzles, the chess, the ballet) and once just before ‘I See The Light’ when she places a flower on the water.

By the way, since the company is relaunching ‘Beauty and the Beast’, and I wanted to know what the candlestick, the clock, and all the other servants looked like when they were human, I checked out the ending to the ‘tale as old as time’ (but to say ‘true as it can be’?? But it’s no truth!! Because it was a fairytale, pure fiction).

GUESS WHAT?? The ‘clock’ servant actually flashed the sign 3 times when arguing with the ‘candlestick’.

Now you know who this company works for… Satan cannot produce anything new. All he can offer is counterfeits or clever distortions of Jehovah’s gifts.

5. Mother Gothel calls herself the ‘bad guy’ twice when apparently she’s a woman, not a guy. Is this to promote androgyny and reinforce redefined sexual perceptions, like the feminist agenda of ‘five genders’?

By the way, schools and the media have often declared parents the ‘bad guys.’Reinforcement #2.

… to be continued

I really worry about those children exposed to such mass brainwashing. If their parents won’t wake up, the kids must!