Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles facts aren't enough. Post truth will not tumble under the bombardment of more and more and more data. We now have a duty as supporters of liberal democracy to communicate facts in a way that recognizes emotional as well as rational imperatives and that this is a very, very difficult task. Politicians for eggs example, really do need to align factual claims with emotional significance. You know, obviously they shouldn't sacrifice veracity to theatricality. That would be a disaster. But politicians of the future need to recognize the adulthood of the voters and not infantilized them with a kind of machine gun spray of data. It's very, very important that you come out and you stretch out a hand to the person making the objection. But in taking the hand you speak to them as if they were grown ups and not just saying don't worry your pretty little head about it. There is a debasement of political discourse, which I think is is really alarming.