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Are law-abiding people worldwide fed up with unethical and sometimes illegal activities against humanity and want it to STOP?

People everywhere on earth just want to be free and should start singing the same tune that we the people are the world and we demand that the United Nations approve a resolution and then pass an international law requiring every adult to vote during each election. Democracy is the theory that common folks want, and deserve.

We must cut the sheiks, and stop the kings, emperors, and forever rulers who turn their totalitarian regimes into dictatorships.

Sydney Lumet has directed many movies without any musical score: “12 Angry Men” (1957), “The Offence” (1973), and “Dog Day Afternoon” (1975), for instance. But in “Network” (1976), the lack of music is far more telling and meaningful than anywhere else. The reason: it emphasizes the pervasive coldness of the TV business world, in which audience rating prevails as the name of the game. AT ALL COSTS. The motion picture was released only two years after the very first on-screen suicide in television history: news reporter Christine Chubbuck had shot herself on camera on July 15, 1974. In 2000, the film was selected for preservation, by the Library of Congress, as being “culturally, historically or aesthetically significant”. In 2007, “Network” was 64th among the 100 greatest American Films as chosen by the American Film Institute. A bona fide classic with a cast to die 4.

News anchorman. Spouse. Mrs. Beale (1937-70; her death) Nationality. American. Howard Beale is a fictional character from the film Network (1976) and one of the central characters therein. [1] He is played by Peter Finch, who won a posthumous Oscar for the role. Created by: Paddy Chayefsky

Mad as hell...