Are The ‘Real Life Hunger Games’ Coming To Reality TV Another Sign We’ve Reached The ‘End Times’?
Are The ‘Real Life Hunger Games’ Coming To Reality TV Another Sign We’ve Reached The ‘End Times’? by Stefan Stanford
Back on December 15th of 2016 we reported a ‘real-life hunger-games bloodsport’ is coming to reality TV out of Siberia, Russia in which 30 participants will take part in a 9-month survival marathon in the hopes of winning a little more than a million dollars. Called ‘Game2 Winter’, the survival contest will be broadcast 24 hours a day, and 7 days a week, and will be translated into English, French, German, Spanish, Chinese and Arabic and spread over 2,225 acres, broadcast to the world by over 2,000 fixed cameras.
And while reality-TV is reality-TV and we’ll do our very best to avoid watching any of it, its also been proven that such TV can be used to ‘program the masses’ and if we are to look at that fact to show we’re this is all heading, we see that this is a continuation of a theme we’ve long been warning of on ANP.
As we reported back then, ‘Game2 Winter’ will reportedly allow contestants to ‘fight, rape and murder each other’ though the games creator has stated that any such crimes committed during the ‘game’ will still be punishable by Russian law. As the Siberia Times reported on March 9th, the bear-infested island in Siberia where this ‘game’ will take place should make it the ‘ultimate brutal reality show contest’.
According to the Russian organizer of the games, Yevgeny Pyatkovsky, when asked if they will intervene should crimes occur:
‘Everything is allowed. Fighting, alcohol, murder, rape, smoking, anything.’
When asked if he will intervene if there is ‘physical violence, rape, a murder’, organiser Yevgeny Pyatkovsky, 35, a Novosibirsk millionaire, told The Siberian Times: ‘No we won’t. I am pretty sure there will be fights, and more. We are not scared of negative reaction if that happens either.’
He insisted it would be made clear to the international participants ahead of the show ‘that punishment will follow according to the Russian Criminal Code‘. In other words, any action would be for the police or other law enforcement agencies only, not the show’s organisers.
Pyatkovsky has stated previously: ‘We will refuse any claim of participants even if they were to be killed or raped. We will have nothing to do with this. This will be spelled out in a document to be signed by the participant before the start of the show.’
With this happening during the same time period when Hollywood and the globalists are continuing to push cannibalism in our faces, it’s easy to see we’re being herded in a very dark and disturbing direction. Revolving around the common theme of food shortages, it’s long been warned that the elite are more than happy to use food as a weapon to bring about civil unrest and martial law.
As we read from the Siberia Times story, this entire game revolves around food and survival.:
Survival will depend on growing food and storing it for winter, catching fish from a plenteous supply in the Ob, or killing game.
‘We will give one set of clothes to every participant and it must last till the end of the show. Right after the arrival our survivors will be given the task of building a house, shelter, or anything they decide to live in during autumn and winter.’
At the start, they will chose from a storage 100 kg worth of winter clothes, tools like a hand saw and axe, fishing rods, ropes, soaps, salt and sugar. ‘The set of clothes, food and instruments will not be replaced,’ Pyatkovsky said.
‘There will presenters whose role is to give initial tips about surviving in Siberia – for example, how to catch an otter, or how to behave when you meet a wild bear, and also to organise various competitions and quests.
We know that there are a lot of survivalists who read ANP – would you participate in ‘Game2: Winter’ in an attempt to win a prize just over a million dollars? If so, they are still accepting applicants to be among the 30 participants here if you’re willing to participate in a game where you might be killed by a bear or a human in conditions dropping down to 40 degrees below zero.
Accepting 15 men and 15 women to participate in this ‘game’, the Sun reports people are already lining up attempting to get in to this game where they’ll only be armed with knives to fight off bears and each other.