December 18, 2017
I'm interested in how people perceive government/military secrecy, and to what lengths/depths the secrecy is believed to extend to. What degree or type of secrecy is valuable or necessary for the government/military? What is unacceptable?
What role does human fallibility play in the present and future of government/military secrecy?
How successful could any private citizen (or group thereof) be in effecting changes in present-day policies/activities if such policies/activities are deemed detrimental or harmful to the public or society at large, in your belief?
These are the issues I am curious about. I look forward to the thoughts and words of fellow members.
NON SCIENTIA ARCANVM*PERQVAM DIFICILIOR
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