It's fragment from movie The Great Dictator, just few minutes, one of most powerful, moving, and important speeches ever made on big and small
screen. Someone stitched Ron Paul in music-clip sort of presentation on the end, but it's irrelevant in this case, this speech is beyond politics,
interests and beliefs.
Everything what Chaplin had described, is still happening every day, we just inscribed it into our culture. Man's words aren't worthy anymore, we
always look at numbers because they're suppose to be 'true' and 'undeniable'. But they don't hold place for common sence, for compasiion or
humanity. Numbers and statistics are good for machines.
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