... I happen to know, and this makes it incumbent on me, a citizen, to spread the word;
... aversion to open governance and an affinity for secrecy have become second nature to the Trust and this poses a serious peril to our well-being;
... if there is any chance of the Trust coming to terms with contemporary ethics, it is in forcing it to operate in front of the public eye, as the Law dictates;
... the people of SSI need the facts about the Trust for a meaningful decision on the matter of future governance;
... Winston Churchill, a well known British chap, observed that:
“Success is not final, failure is not fatal; it is the courage to continue that counts”
|December 18||Catharsis – Making things right|
|January 6||Fair Process|
|January 8||Don’t do things you would have to hide – do things you can brag about|
|February 2||Agenda Correction|
|February 26||Another Yet Call to Duty|
|March 19||Trust Transparency – An Oxymoron|
|March 19||Any Chance the Trust may learn Open Governance?|
|April 16||Roll In and Turn On the Camera|
|April 16||Trust Fakes Prudery|
|April 17||Bylaw Inventory|
|May 14||Evolution of Trust Censorship|
|July 9||Trust Censorship on the Upswing|
|August 6||Truth Gone AWOL|
|October 1||Quis custodiet ipsos custodes? Who watches the watchdogs?|
The Truth is that there is a Delegation and there is Correspondence. Because the LTC could not suppress them legally, they censored them illegally, in the usual SSI LTC manner.
On May 1, 2015, I think it was, Leah Hartley slipped off our shores, submarine-quietly. She said no goodbyes and the LTC expressed no thanks.
Then, in another sharp departure from the past, Stephan Cermak’s assumption of command was also thickly smoke screened – likely to avert notice of Leah’s departure.
Shouldn’t we know something?
Linda Adams was correct back then when she said the Trust evolves all by itself ...
Tom Varzeliotis, Booth Canal.”