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I find it sort of comical and idealistic, but at the same time I also find myself drawn to their cause too. The social and political messages of our texts in popular culture really don't get enough attention through our media.
there are many messages in the hunger games, though their execution is awkward. however, the evils of income inequality as a corrupting force in society seem to be a bigger theme.
i assume you are trying to troll us a bit, but there is simply no way most of the districts could rebel against the government themselves, no matter how many personal arms they had. in fact, there is evidence that the series proves that the 2nd amendment is NOT able to prevent the rise of a totalitarian government in a modern age. district 13(?) is only able to lead a rebellion because it has nuclear power -- more military might than any individual or other district could have possibly mustered. district 12 by itself gets annihilated; it had no chance.
But Milo you will recall that Katniss had to keep her bow hidden because it was outlawed. Once she started packin' she starting a revolution. Also, no nuclear weapons were used. If anything the movie shows how important gun ownership is, because only after all the weapons were taken away did the Capitol gain power.