There are too many people who don't
realize the powerful truths that were being told in this movie
series about how it is that life presently exists on the earth for all too many
I'm afraid to say.
As too many on the planet only "follow a feign" or some kind of pattern of behaviors that gives no real meaning to what is a human indeed humane existence, this movie tells much more than many would like to have told, in fact.
So, for those that have the best human qualities, it is a continual struggle for survival
and domination over the planet, given the numbers that are fundamentally opposed to seeing life forms exist based on merit in what is the allocation of resources, relatively speaking.
The statement made by the leader of the apes who seems in the process of taking
over the planet in the 1972 installment of the movie series (English edition version)
is that even if man does become somehow under the rule of apes, that the spirit
of what is man should never be oppressed even if it were so in respect of who
rules on the earth.
They say beauty is in the eye of the beholder and it is interesting that Charlton Heston
should be described as "an ugly human" by the female ape he gave a kiss on the cheek to. "To each his own" I guess.
Michael Rizzo Chessman
I come to bury "Caesar", not to praise him;
The evil that men do lives after them,
The good is oft interred with their bones,
So let it be with "Caesar"