I kind of think that "gaining a foothold in the emotion packed majority" is simply to be able experience an event without being on the defensive.
If we sidestep our normal human reaction to tragedy, we step out of the normal human response to tragedy -- and out of the leadership position we could have taken. The outraged will look askance at us -- as they should -- because we've displayed a defensive modality, expecting attack. And those who expect attack, we're pretty convinced, deserve an attack. Kudos on your attempts.
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