Ever hear of Charlie Chaplin? Sure you have. Well he had a little movie called the Great Dictator. Often confused for a pronazi film, however if you view the movie you’ll see that it’s a critique on world governments as a whole, not just a dark satire piece on Adolf Hitler. Chaplin goes out a limb in the movie and he gives one hell of a speech that sums up the potential of human kind that is instead pacified by our human inequities and global elite. Turn the lights down for just a little bit, it won’t take long I promise, and enjoy the comic genius Charles Caplin, revealing that he can convey ideas not strictly related to comedy but a call to your hidden human nature.
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