E3i: Ethics, Ecology, Evolution, and Intelligence Robert David Steele Whole Earth Review (Fall 1992), pp. 74-79. Original as Published Full Text Online for Ease of Automated Translation
“E3i: Ethics, Ecology, Evolution, and Intelligence” was inspired in part by Walter Truett Anderson’s 1987 book, To Govern Evolution: Further Adventures of the Political Animal, and accepted by Howard Rheingold, whose 1986 book, Tools for Thought: The History and Future of Mind-Expanding Technology, was my first exposure to “intelligence” outside the secret bunker–my first realization …
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As received in a direct email. I and Bill Binney and others agree. From my foxhole, I only see obama holdovers, Never Trump and deep state scum operating the intelligence organizations. This will not change until a massive house cleaning sweeps all these types away to the sewers whence they came. This includes the military …
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Intelligence at a Cross Roads: To Be Or Not To Be…: 4 stars – A+ on Its Narrow Focus, C+ For Contextual Shortfalls American Herald Tribune 25 June 2018 David Omand and Mark Phythian, Principled Spying: The Ethics of Secret Intelligence (Georgetown University Press, 2018), 286 pages, $32.95, ISBN-13: 978-1626165601.
Grand Theft, Mass Murder, & Legalized Lies – Book Review as Epitaph Robert David Steele American Herald Tribune, 19 June 2018 3 stars – Errors, Lies, and Omissions