My friends! Our hour has come. Madness has overtaken this city and grasped in its claws my children! But now we must drive it back, under the rocks from whence it came. Madness has had its day!
I love this speech, it's like something out of a Joe Abercrombie novel (For those unfamiliar with him, his characters are often OTT stereotypes [intentionally] so you get hints like the pompous but useless military commander, the spoiled noble brat, and so on)