#SendForgivenessViral proposes new approach to online outrage

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It’s 2016 and the world is full of controversy. From Brexit to Kim vs Taylor – and where there is controversy, outrage follows suit.

 

Australian journalist and television presenter Waleed Aly used his platform on panel show The Project last night to highlight what he sees as the ineffectiveness of online outrage and proposed a different approach to dealing with views that are either ludicrous and downright offensive.

 
 
 

The video has been met with the whole spectrum of responses from Twitter, ranging from disappointment and (ironically) outrage, to support and applause. Some feel that Aly is shifting the blame from the persecutors back onto the persecuted, while others have praised his insight. Read more…

 

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