Transcending bewailing, hand-wringing and emotional blackmail
Tracing back to the source of problems as necessary due diligence?
Current examples of unsourced problems
Terrorism and invasive surveillance as unsourced problems
Exclusivism: gerrymandering, question avoidance, denial
Recognizing the pattern of entanglement
Immoral authority of Abrahamic religions?
Simulation of consequences and possibilities of cognitive engagement
Psycho-sexual reframing of “growth” in response to “demand” in society
Phi Beta Iota: Brother Anthony is the most widely-read deep-thinker in our collective. His material always merits reading, but this time around, we recommend what he has provided in the strongest possible terms. Put as simply as possible, reliance on secrecy makes one stupid. Daniel Elsberg put this very well when lecturing Herny Kissinger
The danger is, you’ll become like a moron. You’ll become incapable of learning from most people in the world, no matter how much experience they have in their particular areas that may be much greater than yours” [because of your blind faith in the value of your narrow and often incorrect secret information].
The ignorance and arrogance at the highest levels cannot be over-stated.