The Purge - Announcement HD [french Version]
James Sandin returns to his home in an affluent Los Angeles gated community to wait out the night with his wife Mary and their children, Zoey and Charlie. The family is assured that the security system manufactured by James' company will keep them safe. While the family awaits the start of the purge, Zoey meets her boyfriend Henry, an older boy whom James dislikes as he is eighteen, deeming him too old for his daughter. James enables the security system, and as the purge begins, the family disperses in their home to go about their normal routines.
The Purge - Announcement HD [french version]
Through the surveillance cameras, the family witness a gang of masked, heavily armed young adults arriving at the front lawn. The leader warns them that failure to surrender the wounded man will result in invasion. Mary asks James if the security system will protect them, but James admits the system will not actually resist a determined assault. They decide to find the man and give him to the purge gang outside, but after capturing him they realize they are no better than the gang. They decide to spare the man, and defend themselves against the gang.
With their deadline having passed, the gang uses a truck to rip the metal plating off the front door and enter the house. James fights back with a shotgun and kills several gang members before he is stabbed by the leader. Charlie views the surveillance cameras, and notices their neighbors leaving their homes. The neighbors overpower and murder the gang. Elsewhere, Mary is overpowered and humiliated by two purgers, who try to tickle her to death, only to be killed by the neighbors before they can do so. The gang leader arrives, brandishing a shotgun to kill the family, but is fatally shot by Zoey, who is wielding Henry's handgun. James succumbs to his wound and dies in front of Mary, Zoey, and Charlie, leaving them in tears.
Some senior figures detained in last Saturday's purge in Saudi Arabia were beaten and tortured so badly during their arrest or subsequent interrogations that they required hospital treatment, Middle East Eye can reveal.
The purge, which follows an earlier roundup of Muslim clerics, writers, economists and public figures, is creating panic in Riyadh, the Saudi capital, particularly among those associated with the old regime of King Abdullah, who died in 2015, with power then passing to his half-brother, King Salman.
The story follows several groups of people who get stuck outside in the city on the night of the annual purge. By one way or another they unite to try and survive the night together without supporting the dark holiday. On their journey to sthe anctuary they come face to face with bounty hunters, government-controlled purgers, and much worse.
The inclusion of homosexuality in the announcement, made on Friday, led to an uproar. The official announcement was quickly shared more than 95,000 times, and tens of thousands of comments on the post were censored. The hashtag #Iamgaynotapervert quickly gained traction and was reportedly viewed more than 1.35 million times.
Even China's strictly controlled state-run media, which tends to downplay or ignore human rights and censorship issues, reported on the outrage. Global Times said the decision had "triggered controversy" and expressly noted the tens of thousands of reposts and comments the original announcement had received.
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The funds are specifically designated to provide emergency assistance to LGBT people under threat of violence, according to a joint announcement released by the U.S. State Department and Canadian officials. 041b061a72