Robert Steele: Japan Connects with the Truth

05 Energy, 08 Wild Cards, Cultural Intelligence, Ethics, Government, IO Impotency
Robert David STEELE Vivas

The truth about what happened in Japan will not be known for some time. Remarkable, however, is the below admission of two key attributes for successful governance:  first, share all information broadly and quickly; and second, do not believe ignorant over-confidence (if not outright lies) told by “experts” from both the public and private sector.  The Japanese government may not be practicing complete openness, for example, with respect to the radioactive contamination of the Tokyo suburbs, but this is a step in the right direction.  “The truth at any cost lowers all other costs.”

Japan’s government failed responding to earthquake, tsunami: PM

Japan’s prime minister acknowledged Saturday the government failed in its response to last year’s earthquake and tsunami, being too slow in relaying key information and believing too much in “a myth of safety” about nuclear power.

“We can no longer make the excuse that what was unpredictable and outside our imagination has happened,” Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda said. “Crisis management requires us to imagine what may be outside our imagination.”

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See Also:

2012 PREPRINT: The New Craft of Intelligence

THE OPEN SOURCE EVERYTHING MANIFESTO: Transparency, Truth & Trust (2012)

2010 The Ultimate Hack Re-Inventing Intelligence to Re-Engineer Earth (Chapter for Counter-Terrorism Book Out of Denmark)

INTELLIGENCE for EARTH: Clarity, Diversity, Integrity, & Sustainability (2010)

Book Reviews:

Historical:

Chuck Spinney: Fukushima Aftermath

Chuck Spinney: What Caused the Fukushima Meltdowns?

Crazy, Maybe True: US/Israel Role in Japan Disaster — State Eco-Terrorism, Nuclear or HAARP Trigger, Supplementary “Camera Bombs” from Israeli Security Company — Germany Being Blackmailed Also?

Dolphin: Tokyo Radiation Sufficient to Mandate Evacuation?

Graphic: Fukushima Radioactive Debris (Across An Area Larger than Central Park in NYC)

Japan Lost Its Integrity over Nuclear Safety

Mini-Me: Japan’s Lies to the World on Fukushima

Nuclear/Climate Change: CLOSED 17 May 2011

Post-Fukushima Infant Deaths in the Pacific Northwest

Poverty & Nuclear Power: Pros and Cons