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Transparency can not be the base of trust anymore. The expectations, the calculations and the “public penalty” system have changed. What is expected now is that the bigger the power of a certain actor in economy or politics is, the less such entity is expected to be transparent in its aims, and even less expected to be true to its statement; even more, there is the sense of the entitlement of the power actors not to speak truth about facts and then not to be obliged by its statements and promises. (a double whammy thing). This sense is “explained” by the “need” of such actors to have “business secrets” so that they can “maneuver” against the competition, analogous to being in the state of war, or by the “security secrets” of governments and military industry, so that they can “maneuver” against the “terrorists”, again analogous to being in the state of war.

[toggle title=”Toggle Down” color=”white”]This sense is “explained” by the “need” of such actors to have “business secrets” so that they can “maneuver” against the competition, analogous to being in the state of war, or by the “security secrets” of governments and military industry, so that they can “maneuver” against the “terrorists”, again analogous to being in the state of war.[/toggle]

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