Yep, all talk and no action. The things I hear most is, "it's contributing to the solutions available at a smaller scale" and "We always want to have a discussion" or "People quite often vote and speak out all the time against things and people that are wrong." Basically everything you just said is just talk I hear all the time.
I volunteer at the local world food bank, and when I try to get people to with come with me (contributing at a smaller scale), they make excuses like "a one time fix won't solve anything. we need to have a discussion for a more permanent solution." (Even though the discussion of hunger has been happening since forever.) When I trying to make a change on a global scale, more excuses like "we need to create solutions at the local level first." Even something as simple as voting, they don't do. So when you say,
Only the speaking out is true, but the voting is false. Lots of outrage, no action. The highest voting rate was at 30%.
Yes, this is primary and not general but the primary is more important than the general election. And even the general election is around 50% at best. Plus a third of voters don't even know what they're voting for. They just vote randomly.