I found this video on stumble-upon last week and I find it to be very moving each time I watch it. It is made from a speech from a film by Charlie Chapman titled, The Great Dictator which was Chaplan's first film with sound. (He continued making silent films well into the period of sound films) It was also released in October 1940 when the US was formally still at peace with Nazi Germany. It was the first major film to satirize Nazisim and Adolf Hitler.
I don't know anything about the people responsible for restlying this film clip into what it is here, but they are definitely on to something good. I hope it stirs something up in you today that will continue to percolate thoughout the week. I find myself dragging under the load of "just another day" from time to time and it helps to have something like this to shake me up like a bottle of soda.