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'The Purge: Anarchy' offers a reflection of a brutal American society

"The Purge: Anarchy" has sparked off interest among movie fans with it's startling views of a chaotic brutal new world order. On Friday this dramatic action film won at the box office with $13 million reported The Hollywood Reporter on July 19, 2014. "The Purge: Anarchy" has been projected to take in $27 million to $30 million for the entire weekend.

Views of anarchy
Views of anarchy

USA Today reports "The Purge: Anarchy" is "absurdly watchable." This sequel to the 2013 original "Purge" has sparked the imagination of moviegoers with it's brutal view of where the American society has been heading. The new founders of an America in chaos release the beast within people by ordering the annual night of government sanctioned mayhem.

Americans are given 12 hours to get away with murder without worrying about repercussions in this new world order. The theme in the movie is really absurdly mesmerizing with Americans given one 12-hour period to let off steam by killing other people if they feel like doing so. It appears the yearly killing sprees are the establishments way of thinning down the population.

There is a fascination with such a theme in the brutal American society which has emerged and which has actually legalized the kidnappings of people to death trap jail holing cells and mental hospital concentration camps along with drugging and beatings which often lead to rape and death by the police, psychiatrists, and psychiatric nurses. These are actually purges of sane and law abiding people by sadistic insane elitists in control of the country who claim this is needed for the nation's mental health.

"The Purge: Anarchy" allows Americans to look in the mirror and see the monsters their own government has actually been helping to nurture within themselves. As in real life in this movie what we are seeing appears to be a government conspiracy which targets the poor and disenfranchised. This has all created a locked in system of tyranny with anyone with power and wealth who may choose to switch sides based on humanitarian concerns in the war within in the nation at risk of being driven into poverty and locked up and killed themselves.