Introduction We are all exposed, on a daily basis, to the enemies of truth. If you wish to stand up for truth by responding to disinformation (information specifically intended to mislead) or to inaccurate information of any sort, here are some considerations. Set an Objective Catilin Johnstone provides absolute clarity in this statement: If our
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Definition Compartmentalization refers to any combination of these strategies: “Need to know” policy “Least privilege” policy Hierarchical power structure Spreading work out across multiple locations to increase secrecy (as in Project MK Ultra) Together, these systems institutionalize secrecy, thereby effectively limiting access to the information needed to make strategic, ethical and oversight decisions, and maintaining
Introduction Here you’ll find an overview of the wide range of strategies and techniques that suppress and negate truth-telling and truth-seeking. Select links to go deeper. Why It Matters On most pages of this site, you’ll find a section entitled “Why It Matters.” If you’re a truth-teller, this section is primarily to remind you to
A non-disclosure agreement (NDA) creates a legal obligation to keep secrets. While NDAs may be used for protecting intellectual property, for example, they are also used to prohibit a person from “going public” with allegations of abuse which “raises an obvious and troubling question: what about warning other potential victims of abuse?”
Why This Matters Modern society is inundated with strategists who use the ultra-famous Art of War as a guide for interacting with those around them. Executives, lawyers, business school professors, corporate sales and marketing departments, sports coaches and dating guides are all known to use this ultra-famous text. To better develop your skills of discernment,
Why it Matters You might reasonably ask, “Why is the topic of sociopaths relevant to me?” Perhaps it seems as if sociopaths are a tiny group of folks, a few abnormal, scary people who are locked away somewhere. In actuality, research suggests that sociopaths make up between 1 and 4% of the U.S. population with