Day: May 13, 2016
Banned In Hollywood: ‘Amerigeddon’ Film Shows Martial Law And Civil War Coming To America
Every summer, Hollywood seems to release another batch of disaster and hero films full of action and end of the world scenarios.
But this film hits much closer to home.
It’s the scenario that could happen here, but Hollywood won’t dare to get behind. Nevertheless, it is coming to (select) theaters.
Director Mike Norris, son of Chuck Norris, is bringing a drama to screen ripped from the headlines of America’s real-life looming catastrophes. In AmeriGEDDON, an EMP attack brings down the grid and initiates the collapse scenario that preppers are all too familiar with: civil unrest and chaos as a result of the loss of food and services, followed by a heavy-handed attempt to impose martial law and confiscate the firearms of American patriots.
What follows is basically the beginning of the next civil war against the agents of world government and global control.
Here’s the preview:
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Russia Calls New U.S. Missile Defense System a ‘Direct Threat’ – NYTimes.com
By ANDREW E. KRAMER
MAY 12, 2016
MOSCOW — As American and allied officials celebrated the opening of a long-awaited missile defense system in Europewith a ribbon cutting and a band, the reaction in Russia on Thursday suggested the system had raised the risks of a nuclear war.
Russian officials reiterated their position that the American-built system imperiled Russia’s security. But the public discussion in Russia was darker, including online commentary of how a nuclear confrontation might play out in Europe, and the prospect that Romania, the system’s host, might be reduced to “smoking ruins.”
“We have been saying right from when this story started that our experts are convinced that the deployment of the ABM system poses a certain threat to the Russian Federation,” the Kremlin spokesman, Dmitri S. Peskov, told reporters