“The Great Dictator.” Chaplins Plead for change

It seems to me that it’s a little ironic that I am about to try and persuade you to go watch a speech that is trying to persuade you to change the world and create a reality where everyone is treated with equal respect, no man, woman or child goes hungry or cold, innovation is put before hatred and racism is replaced by love. At the end of Charlie Chaplin s (1940) “The Great Dictator” Charlie Chaplin gives a powerful speech that reflects the corruption and greed that rules over humanity. Charlie Chaplin passionately pleads for humanity to acknowledge the corruption and join together in their masses and alter the state of our foreign and domestic policies. If you have lost interest then you are exactly who Charlie Chaplin is speaking to, so I recommend you finish reading this then click the link at the bottom. If i still have your interest than great we are on the same page.

In short, Charlie touches on all aspects of corruption in his modern society that we still see today, if not to an even greater degree. “The way of life can be free and beautiful. But we have lost the way. Greed has poisoned men’s souls, has barricaded the world with hate; has goose-stepped us into misery and bloodshed.” Sound familiar? It should because this is in reference to you, your family, your neighbor, your teachers and your government. Now you may be sitting there thinking that it doesn’t apply to you, but the sad reality is that it does and we are all guilty of it. I am just as guilty of this as you, so if you crave real change, and desire to be inspired to inspire, then please for the sake of humanity click on the link below. take a few minutes to allow yourself to be inspired. Share the video and inspire others “and in the name of democracy let us unite!”

 

“The Great Dictator.” – Charlie Chaplin

 

 

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