Thank you to my friend Kelly Patrick Gerling for this one. Beautiful and inspiring. We need to remember what we have to be grateful for and the deep caring and passion for a more just, sustainable, and peaceful world that unites us heart to heart, soul to soul. Another world is truly possible. Let us be together... Molly
Jeremy Corbyn Speech Conclusion at the Glastonbury Music Festival—two minutes 25 seconds
June 24th, 2017
Jeremy Corbyn quotes from the famous poem by Percy Bysshe Shelley—a poem that inspired Gandhi—"Masque of Anarchy", written in 1819, published 1832.
It starts at 11:55
"Rise, like lions after slumber
In unvanquishable number!
Shake your chains to earth like dew
Which in sleep had fallen on you:
Ye are many—they are few!"
Then Corbyn concludes:
"Let us be together, and recognize that another world is possible—if we come together to understand that—understand the power we've got—and achieve a decent, better society where everyone matters, and those poverty-stricken people are enriched in their lives, and the rest of us are made secure by their enrichment. Thank you very much."