And if you feel that these words are timely, then consider them an introduction to his whole speech. The names and numbers are dated, but the meaning is still eerily á propos, with the data and proportions even larger. As an exercise, count the problems that he cites that have a direct application to today -- you will probably need a paper and pencil to keep up.
You will note that the 27-minute speech is given without a script and almost entirely without notes (you can see him shuffle a few 3x5 cards at the very beginning), and it is certainly delivered without a teleprompter.
(Sincere thanks for the 'We Must Fight' video to Pte Matthew Worth, Royal Canadian Dragoons)