my point is a list of better actions is better than a list of (all the same) reasons why this latest action didn't work.
On the one hand yes, on the other hand deflecting any criticism by saying "why don't you do it better" is also the laziest possible defence. And my point, again, isn't that the entire XR movement is bad and shouldn't exist - not at all. But there definitely needs to be thought about what public perception of some of the actions is going to be, and the internal logical consistency of some of the actions.
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