“When I was very young, I was foolish enough to believe that our Creed would bring an end to all these conflicts. If only I had possessed the humility to say to myself, I have seen enough for one life, I’ve done my part. Then again, there is no greater glory than fighting to find the truth.”
As The Hunger Games trilogy approaches part one of Mockingjay, and the civil war build up of the series; remember the images you’re seeing on screen are very real.
The things you will be seeing in this movie are happening to people every day in many countries. It isn’t just a Sci-Fi movie, what we’ll be seeing in the next installation is what reality is for many…
Please don’t forget the sufferings of real people as we get caught up in the fiction…
Don’t forget about Syria, Libya, Gaza, Egypt, Iraq, Pakistan, and Ferguson. Don’t forget about Hong Kong.
Don’t forget that what you’re seeing in these movies is reflecting what’s happening in the world now.
These things are real and they’re actually happening to people.
Westeros isn’t the only place torn by seemingly endless war. In the real world, the conflict in Syria has forced millions out of their homes, and in an effort to help resettle and provide relief for refugees, Game of Thrones cast members and HBO have partnered with the International Rescue Committee, a nonprofit organization that works to provide global humanitarian aid to refugees in Syria, Jordan, Turkey, Lebanon, Iraq, and more.