I have seen this quotation from Ed Miliband's current rhetoric:
"Strip away all of the sound and fury and what people across England, Scotland and Wales, across every part of the UK, are saying is that this country doesn't care about me," Miliband then says. "Politics doesn't listen. The economy doesn't work. And they're right. But this Labour party has a plan to put it right."
So what does it mean? I do know that "sound" could mean "calm and sane" and "fury" could mean "angry and violent", but how do they fit in here?