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"The lives of others" which is considered to be by many people an extraordinary movie that was made in 2006 from germany which has subtitles for those who do not know german will be on starz channel 346 on june 15 at 8:40am and then on at 10pm on that same day. Another movie called "1984" is free on demand for people to watch too. People can see for themselves if those two movies which foreshadowed what could happen one day actually came to fruition.
In a very interesting article in today's new york times it was revealed that a movie called "the lives of others" is now going to be part of a major lawsuit that is being brought against the government to try to address the fear that the american public has about a great deal of recent headlines about what the government is doing that the public was not aware of. Another movie "1984" is also mentioned as being a part of that legal action that is being taken. I find it to be very interesting that i mentioned this in june on here that people should watch those movies and use them as examples of what could end up happening if people continued to let the status quo continue. It seems that someone from the ACLU must of saw those comments on here that i made and chose to include that in their legal action. For those who have not seen "1984" you can watch it for free on fios on demand and for the people who never saw "the lives of others" it will be on again on september 2 on encore channel 358 at 9:45pm where it will repeat at 12:45am on channel 359. To the people from the ACLU who saw the comments and included it in their legal action good luck with getting that victory because all americans want to see you be victorious. As for what i said having gotten your attention and being included in the legal action i say to you you're welcome. Google "the lives of others ACLU" to see what is receiving a lot of attention today.