Explanation 01: Comrades, you have heard already about the strange dream that I had last night.
The speech has been mentioned from George Orwell’s most popular and revolutionary story ‘Animal Farm’. Here the speech is an old pig named Mr. Pilkington who represents Churchill in Allegorical term.
The pig is a major of Manor farm. He always follows the activity of Mr. John and tries to get freedom from him. One night the pig dimmed a nice dream. So, he wants to tell his dream to other animals but it is so secrete to them. To hear his hidden dream other animals select a night.
They select in the big barn, as soon as Mr. Jones is safety out of the way, for their secret meeting. All the animals are present except Moses, the tame raven. When Major observes that they have all made themselves comfortable and are waiting attentively he clears his throat and begins: “Comrades, you have heard already about the strange dream that I had last night.”
The old pig arranges the secret meeting to tell other animals about his dream and to establish his dream in practical.