The universal ideal of warriors is to fight for what they love preserving humanity.  Its what separates warriors from animals.

The following video clip is from Charlie Chaplin’s “The Great Dictator” made in 1940, one year prior to the United States entering World War II.

Charlie Chaplin was a famous British actor in American silent films.  “The Great Dictator” was a parody or comedy where Chaplin played both a dictator and common man. Chaplin’s first movie with sound, the first time the world listened to the sound of Chaplin’s voice.

In one of his last performances, notice how he chose to communicate to the world.

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