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Too frail to fail?

Better to have Voiced than to have never Voiced at all

28 October 2023

9:00 AM

28 October 2023

9:00 AM

You have to hand it to the establishment class in Australia. It takes more than a sweeping, ‘over 60 per cent of my fellow citizens don’t agree with me’ loss at a constitutional referendum to curtail their desire to virtue-signal. You know what virtue-signalling is. That’s when you go all out to display your own moral credentials and superior virtue but at more or less no cost to yourself – as when big companies’ CEOs spend shareholders’ monies on one side of a hotly contested political issue in order to make themselves look good with the other Davos wokesters in...

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