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"Bill of Transparency" by ubiety 1/5/18

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"Bill of Transparency" by ubiety 1/5/18

Post by Ssmith on Sat Jan 06, 2018 8:47 am

Okay people.... We're patient. We're understanding. We have a perspective big enough to include the certainty of shadow government and black hat types. We understand that confidentiality has real value.

BUT, do we have discernment as to when a genuine need for confidentiality crosses over to secrecy necessary to manipulate us?!

I realize there are folks filtering in and out of "dinarland". It's easy to see this could make a singular consensus on "necessary secrecy" nearly impossible. Also, I doubt it's really possible to lay out all the events, announcements, and circumstances that go into that cross over moment when "real" confidentiality becomes a clever manipulation.

So, this post is to offer a suggestion for a rational compromise that permits us to make informed decisions as "dinarians". Of course, I realize there will be those who hear "it's a secret" or something related to that, and it's all they need to carry on blindly and with zero chance of even superficially looking into the truth of what they're told daily. My hope is that some folks have been here long enough and seen "tomorrow" or "this weekend" frequently enough that they realize more transparency, just for normal honesty sake, is required of those who give us the daily intel.

The following is a "Bill of Transparency", if you will, that I believe should be a moral imperative to every supplier of information ("intel").

  1. Undisclosed intel sources must demonstrate reliability.
  2. Source reliability means they're factually correct, as shown within a reasonably brief period of time.
  3. Reliable doesn't mean 100% accuracy, but it requires more than creative interpretation of current events to fit the narrative.
  4. Those who directly deliver intel to dinarland must expressly distinguish between intel derived from a source and their opinions, thinking, feelings, or hopes about that intel.
  5. When ANY intel source has proved unreliable after several weeks (some leeway is reasonable) of NOT being factually correct, A) that source must be truthfully identified to dinarland so they are not misled in the future, and B) that source must NOT be used thereafter as a source of intel.
  6. If a source found unreliable s ever used again, it MUST be indicated with the intel relayed to dinarland.
  7. Those who directly deliver intel to dinarland must be willing to honestly and actually cease using unreliable intel sources even if they personally like the source or find the philosophy of that source appealing or preferable. This is simple integrity.
  8. Those who directly deliver intel to dinarland must deliver it honestly, faithfully, and without embellishment or concern for dinarland reception. Neither "softening" or "pumping up" intel serves ANY legitimate justification or goal.
  9. Those who directly deliver intel to dinarland must daily reconsider their intel sources for reliability. Repeated failed announcements demand explanation from the source beyond "things change" or any other excuses which cannot be confirmed by a different, reliable source or public domain information.
  10. Genuinely unreliable intel sources are not a resource to preserve and protect. Real sources know they are not in the same class and are not at risk simply due to one intel item being wrong. Therefore, when an intel source has actually proved itself unreliable, the identity of that source must be disclosed to dinarland with enough detail to assure they don't re-enter the intel supply-line again.

The idea is to be honest and treat intel like any confidential business information in your business. You keep it confidential, but you keep your finger on the pulse and don't allow others (or even yourself) to lie to you based on increasingly fantastic excuses. This isn't a Hardy Boys book. It's not a Cloak & Dagger comic book. The know-nothing "source" with which you've been (as one who delivers intel directly to dinarland) misleading dinarland isn't going to send a small fleet of black SUVs to your house and snuff you because you called him/her out publicly for the BS. No one's head will explode if you reveal the downtown branch VP at HSBC has been the source of certain intel and that he's been 100% wrong for the last 3 months. To reveal this, you gain respect and dinarland's endless appreciation for us all avoiding a lying rabbit hole.

TRANSPARENCY:
a : free from pretense or deceit : frank
b : easily detected or seen through : obvious
c : readily understood
d : characterized by visibility or accessibility of information especially concerning business practices

Let's try this. Radical, I know, that those who feed us our daily ration of intel might actually treat it like the truth is what earns them their pay-per-clicks, or like they're telling this to their mother. Let's be honest with ourselves, we're desperate for real intel - even if it's not exciting. There is a VERY strong contingent of dinarians who do not want the intel to "raise their vibration" or "help them ascend" or make them happy or tell them what to believe. The long term dinarian tolerates these asides because the culture has mixed the message and we can't seem to get "news" without without the "opinion page" shuffled in. And the "news section" has been as bad as CNN for so long we can't remember, because all the sources are secret and practically none of them have proved reliable - mainly because those who deliver it to us have refused to have the integrity to discard the unreliable sources.

We can stay grounded if we choose - but, we MUST choose. It takes an honest self-assessment, checking whether or not we have real and solid reasons to trust intel we receive AND are confident that those who deliver it to us have the integrity to weed out the factually unreliable sources and reasonably communicate to us what we need to know to avoid unreliable intel in the future.

This isn't a game. This isn't a daytime drama. We need to get back in it with our heads and stop riding the crest of the drama handed to us. Accountability for intel is how we do that. Isn't it time?

I am,


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Re: "Bill of Transparency" by ubiety 1/5/18

Post by Terbo56 on Sat Jan 06, 2018 9:30 am

It's ALL the same, and manipulation is their game-
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Re: "Bill of Transparency" by ubiety 1/5/18

Post by Kevind53 on Sat Jan 06, 2018 4:59 pm

To mention transparency and gurus or "intel providers" in the same document, let alone the same sentence is an oxymoron.

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Re: "Bill of Transparency" by ubiety 1/5/18

Post by RamblerNash on Sat Jan 06, 2018 11:52 pm

@ubiety wrote:The following is a "Bill of Transparency", if you will, that I believe should be a moral imperative to every supplier of information ("intel").

  1. Undisclosed intel sources must demonstrate reliability.
  2. Source reliability means they're factually correct, as shown within a reasonably brief period of time.
  3. Reliable doesn't mean 100% accuracy, but it requires more than creative interpretation of current events to fit the narrative.
  4. Those who directly deliver intel to dinarland must expressly distinguish between intel derived from a source and their opinions, thinking, feelings, or hopes about that intel.
  5. When ANY intel source has proved unreliable after several weeks (some leeway is reasonable) of NOT being factually correct, A) that source must be truthfully identified to dinarland so they are not misled in the future, and B) that source must NOT be used thereafter as a source of intel.
  6. If a source found unreliable s ever used again, it MUST be indicated with the intel relayed to dinarland.
  7. Those who directly deliver intel to dinarland must be willing to honestly and actually cease using unreliable intel sources even if they personally like the source or find the philosophy of that source appealing or preferable. This is simple integrity.
  8. Those who directly deliver intel to dinarland must deliver it honestly, faithfully, and without embellishment or concern for dinarland reception. Neither "softening" or "pumping up" intel serves ANY legitimate justification or goal.
  9. Those who directly deliver intel to dinarland must daily reconsider their intel sources for reliability. Repeated failed announcements demand explanation from the source beyond "things change" or any other excuses which cannot be confirmed by a different, reliable source or public domain information.
  10. Genuinely unreliable intel sources are not a resource to preserve and protect. Real sources know they are not in the same class and are not at risk simply due to one intel item being wrong. Therefore, when an intel source has actually proved itself unreliable, the identity of that source must be disclosed to dinarland with enough detail to assure they don't re-enter the intel supply-line again



Dinar Daily has a list of proven unreliable sources.

If you can think of any more, please add them here:

http://www.dinardaily.net/t44557-have-you-ever-wondered-how-many-dinar-gurus-there-are
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Re: "Bill of Transparency" by ubiety 1/5/18

Post by Terbo56 on Sun Jan 07, 2018 10:29 am

All of 'em!!! I think that will cover it!! hemademe couch Laughing
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