1. well, what's yours?

    mine is this one:

    I believe in love. Yes, I believe in love! Love! Money! Love! I believe in poetry! Electricity! Cheap cosmetics! I believe in the sky over my head and my silver shoes beneath me! I believe in Las Vegas! I've been there! I know that it exists. I believe in you! I believe for you! I have a vision! I have a vision! I have a vision! I have a vision! Television! Television! Television! Television!

  2. Hands down, the speech from Wembley stadium where he has a little chat with Salman Rudshie. The one in Sydney is a close second, as is the one you mentioned above.
  3. Fuck the revolution, 8th Nov '87
  4. slane castle DVD during sunday bloody sunday

  5. Vertigo Tour 2006,from Sao Paulo,Brazil,before One,about the carnival
    Slane Castle DVD,during Out Of Control
  6. None of these beats this one:

    Originally posted by BONO
    Well here we are; the Irish in America. The Irish have been coming to America for years, going back to the great famine when the Irish were on the run from starvation and a British Government that couldn't care less. Right up to today, you know, there are more Irish immigrants here in America today than ever...some illegal, some legal. A lot of them are just running from high unemployment, some run from the Troubles in Northern Ireland, from the hatred of the H Blocks, torture. Others from wild acts of terrorism like we had today in a town called Enniskillen, where eleven people lie dead, and many more injured, on a Sunday Bloody Sunday

    (...Sunday Bloody Sundays plays greatly...)
    Originally posted by BONO
    Now let me tell you something, I've had enough of Irish Americans who haven't been back to their country, in 20 or 30 years, come up to me and talk about the Resistance, the Revolution back home, and the glory of the Revolution, and the glory of dying for the Revolution. Fuck the Revolution! They don't talk about the glory of killing for the Revolution. What's the glory, in taking a man from his bed and gunning him down in front of his wife and his children? Where's the glory in that? Where's the glory, in bombing a Remembrance Day parade of old age pensioners, the medals taken out and polished up for the day, where's the glory in that? To leave them dying, or crippled for life, or dead, under the rubble of the Revolution — that the majority of the people in my country, don't want! Say "no more!" No more! No more! Wipe your tears away!

    Unbeatable. Pure rage, just Bono letting loose and not thinking what he was saying (for once)!
  7. "Well, after living six months in this country I still can't... I still can't sprachen the deutsche very good! But remember: english isn't my first language either, alright?!? I'm Irish! [...] I'd like to dedicate this song to all the garage bands from garage lands, starting off now in Dortmund, Dusseldorf or Cologne... Make noise, tell the world to fuck off!"
    Dortmund, 1992/06/04
  8. Serious speech :
    Torino 2001 about the messy days of Genova where a boy was shot
    And a few years before 1998 about Omagh bombing i was there.but in northern ireland.
    Bono said ( dont remember when) : 28 people murdered...TOO MANY TOO MANY ( he almost cried) ((then some name went in the lyrics of Peace on earth / Sean and Julia...gareth ann....))
    Funny speech :
    Sanremo 2000 february
    Bono was talkin to Fazio
    Fazio Said : I don't speak English
    Bono Said : Speak irish