Almost as if he has a camera to look into the future, Orson Welles discusses the invasion of privacy by the police state and the authorities at home and abroad. Had he said these things in this day and age, he may very well be sitting in Guantanamo Bay right now. Originally Aired: May 22, 1955, his advice should have been taken seriously.
“The bureaucrat is really like a blackmailer, you can never really pay him off, the more you give him, the more he’ll demand. If you fill in one form he’ll give you ten. What are you gonna do about it?”