Kramer acts like a dermatologist so that George can get a picture of Kruger with his shirt off. During his inspection, Kruger trusts and believes in everything that Kramer says because he claims to be a "Juilliard-trained dermatologist."
Social psychologist Stanley Milgram conducts a series of radical experiments that test the willingness of individuals to obey authority. When the inflictor is interviewed as to why he continued to send electric shocks after each incorrect answer even when he was begged to stop, the inflictor implies that it wasn't that serious because it was the subject that made the request. This clip illustrates the conflict between personal conscience and obedience to authority.
Gandhi gives a speech in which he advocates for non-violent opposition to an unjust law. He acknowledges that there will be consequences for not abiding by the law, but he urges his fellow residents to not give the British their obedience and to do so peacefully.
V takes over the national television stations and broadcasts his message to the public that there is a need for a revolution. He highlights the cruelty and injustice in the country, the robbing of the public's common sense, and the government's ask for the public's silent obedience in exchange for peace and security.