Senators Amidala and Organa are opposed to funding five million new clone troopers, but they and other like-minded dignitaries find themselves targeted by thuggish bounty hunters set on changing their vote.

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Padmé Amidala (voice)
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Count Dooku / Chata Hyoki / Driver (voice)
Ashley Moynihan ...
Teckla Minnau (voice)
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Mon Mothma (voice)
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Mee Deechi (voice)
Jameelah McMillan ...
Halle Burtoni (voice)
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Senators Amidala and Organa are opposed to funding five million new clone troopers, but they and other like-minded dignitaries find themselves targeted by thuggish bounty hunters set on changing their vote.

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The 'Jedi fortune cookie' message that opens the show reads "Truth can strike down the spectre of fear." See more »

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Chancellor Palpatine: Members of the Senate, please, please...
Senator Aang: How dare they?
Zion Paulness: They attack, and now they want peace?
Padmé Amidala: Chancellor Palpatine, may I remind the senators that the peace proposal was made prior to their assault.
Senator Aang: That only highlights its insincerity.
Halle Burtoni: Chancellor Palpatine, in light of this unprovoked attack on Coruscant and the vulnerabilities it raises, I propose the Republic purchase an additional 5 million clone troopers.
Bail Organa: The Republic is already operating in deep debt. How do you propose we pay for these ...
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Well, spare me the children drama.
8 July 2012 | by (Portugal) – See all my reviews

If anything caught me while having 4 years old and seeing for the first time in theatres the original Star Wars, one of those anythings was the ideology present, one of those things was indeed the post-Vietnam war, was indeed democracy tired of credit war agendas made by corrupt politicians not for the people but for economical interests for isolated powers. This is Star Wars, this is its real context, this is criticism and value, this is ideology, Star Wars, a new hope.

We can see it everyday, people acting like "Siths" stepping on each other at their jobs, people comfortably assisting sadistic voyeuristic programs on TV like in an "Petranaki" arena, credits parasitizing people's lives by economical subordination as within a "Banking Clan", people being selfish and autistic to each other by fear of losing their little comforts, society being predatory when putting private interests above moral and ethic values creating a economical dependency at the top of the pyramid needs, people feeding themselves with violence generating factions and hate, xenophobia, separatism... and now you're telling me This kind of political Star Wars episodes are boring and some others are... VIOLENT??!!! For God's sake, get immediately psychiatric assistance because your TV addiction levels are to high to make you focus properly.


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