“German” film director Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck may think he has a few Hollywood insider puke types fooled with his highly-acclaimed and Oscar-nominated GDR-Stasi-East-Berlin flick “Lives of Others”, but this shady sleeper is going to have to get up a little earlier in the morning before he can pull the wool over this shady sleeper’s eyes.

That’s right. Mr. big shot up-and-coming bozo writer-director here is obviously still working for the Stasi himself. And don’t come at me with any of this “but the Stasi doesn’t exist anymore” crap. That just makes it all the more sinister and EVIL, don’t you see? You fools. And how do I know? I’ll tell you how I know: I listened to this NPR interview with him yesterday. No “German” speaks English that well. Like no friggin’ way. Listen for yourself if you don’t believe me. I suspect he’s actually a Lithuanian.

And the fact that von Donnersmarck must have only been about twelve years old when hired and trained by these despicable corrupters of youth only shows us how far-reaching the pernicious and even apocalyptic the plans made by these now defunct secret police types really were/are. Imagine these guys taking an Oscar home? If they had one anymore, I mean. Talk about a coup. If this film takes home the best foreign-language Oscar, I’d say the rest of us can pretty much kiss what’s left of Western Civilization goodbye.

Don’t be fooled. And don’t watch this film! Wait until it comes out on DVD. You fools. It’s much cheaper that way.

Und nicht so laut hier im Kino. Da wird alles mitgeschnitten.

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