When ideas, policies and actions favour us, we do not normally look at their moral implications.
Do not be carried away when people acclaim you to be good. You can be approved for the wrong cause.
Evaluate critically popular acclamations to see whether they are morally and ethically sound.
Some people will love and praise you to be good because you compromise what is right to favour them.
Others will see you as spotless because they ignorant of your bad conducts.
Some people will also applaud you because they are not directly affected by your dubious acts.
Be careful of how you accept tags of goodness, it might encourage you to do the wrong to favour others rather than what is right.