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    Years ago, before any of you were born, a wise Frenchman said, “If youth knew; if age could.” We all know what he meant: that when you are young, you have the power to do anything, but you don’t know what to do. Then, when you have got old and experience and observation have taught you answers, you are tired, frightened; you don’t care, you want to be left alone as far as you yourself are safe; you no longer have the capacity or the will to grieve over any wrongs but your own.
    So you young men and women in this room tonight, and in thousands of other rooms like this one about the earth today, have the power to change the world, rid it forever with war and injustice and suffering, provided you know how, know what to do. And so according to the old Frenchman, since you can’t know what to do because you are young, then anyone stands here with a head full of white hair, should be capable to tell you.
    But maybe this one is not as old and wise as his white hairs pretend or claim. Because he can’t give you a glib answer or pattern too. But he can tell you this, because he believes this. Which threatens us today is fear. Not the atom bomb, nor even the fear of it, because if the bomb fell on Oxford tonight, all it could do would be to kill us, that is nothing, since in doing this, it will have robbed itself of its only power over us: which is fear of it, the being afraid of it. Our danger is not that. Our danger is the forces in the world today which are trying to use man’s fear to rob him of his individual, his soul, trying to reduce him to an unthinking mass by fear and bribery— giving him free food which he has not earned, easy and valueless money which he has not worked for; the economies or ideologies or political systems, socialist or democratic, whatever they wish to call them, the tyrants and the politicians, American or European or Asiatic, who would reduce man to one obedient mass for their own aggrandizement and power, or because they themselves are baffled and afraid, afraid of, or incapable of, believing in man’s capacity for courage and enduring and sacrifice.
     
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    Một Nửa Của Sự Thật Phụ trách nhóm Anh Cu li diễn đàn

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    Years ago, before any of you were born, a wise Frenchman said, “If youth knew; if age could.” We all know what he meant: that when you are young, you have the power to do anything, but you don’t know what to do. Then, when you have got old and experience and observation have taught you answers, you are tired, frightened; you don’t care, you want to be left alone as long as you yourself are safe; you no longer have the capacity or the will to grieve over any wrongs but your own.

    So you young men and women in this room tonight, and in thousands of other rooms like this one about the earth today, have the power to change the world, rid it forever of war and injustice and suffering, provided you know how, know what to do. And so according to the old Frenchman, since you can’t know what to do because you are young, then anyone standing here with a head full of white hair, should be able to tell you.

    But maybe this one is not as old and wise as his white hairs pretend or claim. Because he can’t give you a glib answer or pattern either. But he can tell you this, because he believes this. What threatens us today is fear. Not the atom bomb, nor even the fear of it, because if the bomb fell on Oxford tonight, all it could do would be to kill us, which is nothing, since in doing this, it will have robbed itself of its only power over us: which is fear of it, the being afraid of it. Our danger is not that. Our danger is the forces in the world today which are trying to use man’s fear to rob him of his individuality, his soul, trying to reduce him to an unthinking mass by fear and bribery— giving him free food which he has not earned, easy and valueless money which he has not worked for; the economies or ideologies or political systems, socialist or democratic, whatever they wish to call themselves, the tyrants and the politicians, American or European or Asiatic, who would reduce man to one obedient mass for their own aggrandizement and power, or because they themselves are baffled and afraid, afraid of, or incapable of, believing in man’s capacity for courage and endurance and sacrifice.
     
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