The Appeal of Virtue Signaling Over Action

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on Thursday, 24 May 2018 07:20

Paying lip service, waving signs talking big achieves next to nothing. We love our virtue signaling though, since anyone can do it with very little energy, focus, commons sense or practicality required. It also explains why we're talking about the same issues for decades because we increasingly value talk over action. Unless our public leaders are putting forth specific plans founded on research & historical facts, that welcomes critical evaluation, it's just blowing smoke.


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