Comment: Post-truth
Writing in The Guardian earlier this year, Jonathan Freedland highlighted that, ‘In this era of post-truth politics, an unhesitating liar can be king. The more brazen his dishonesty, the less he minds being caught with his pants on fire, the more he can prosper. And those pedants still hung up on facts and evidence and all that boring stuff are left for dust, their boots barely laced while the lie has spread halfway around the world.’
ADHD in practice 2016; 8(4): 63–63
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