Friday, September 15, 2017

Silence is concurrence


"Churchill always interpreted a lack of objections, whether by admirals or by cabinet members or by the British public, as the equivalent of wholehearted support. He read dissenters’ inability to state a contrary conviction as a lack of conviction itself.
From "Gandhi and Churchill" by Arthur Herman
Another way to say this, more concise I think is: "Silence is concurrence!".
  • If you object, speak up. 
  • If you concur, verbalize support. 
  • Or, sustain. 
To wit: lead, follow, or get out of the way!



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