Why is Iago's speech (lines 45-72) important? What is he saying?

Use examples from act 1 scene 1

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In Act I, Scene I, we immediately become aware of Iago's deceptive nature. He admits to the audience that his actions are measured.... that his loyalty is to himself, and his goal is individual gain.