A speech can have many intentions, some of them hidden, others in plain view.
I would like to work on a project which explores tangling words from well known speeches
by people such as Martin Luther King, Malcom X, Hitler etc, to create other meaning.
I find it interesting to think that the difference of a speech being aggressive or playful, dark
or light, motivational or degrading can simply be the sequence in which the words are written.
The individual words themselves are innocent and without bias. Hitler used the word "great" as did Martin Luther King.
It might be a stretch of the imagination to say a word is influenced by the words
surrounding it, just like a person is influenced by the physical environment
or people that are around them.