"Have you heard the greatest speech in the world?" said one of my uni friends.
I shrugged and reluctantly watched the bar on Youtube as it loaded, thinking I'm gonna spend the next five minutes listening to some old jibberish because I was too polite to say no.
I was SO wrong.
This really is the greatest speech I have heard - it is timeless and applies to all races, genders, generations. The speech was sublimely performed by Charlie Chaplin in his film "The Great Dictator" (1940), a satirical take on the rise of Nazism.