ANSWERS: Robert Steele for Anonymous on Guantanamo and Open Power Electoral Reform

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The loose collective Anonymous have targeted a number of big institutions in recent years

Anonymous

QUESTION: I just read online about your presidential candidacy and would like to know your position on how to handle the Guantanamo Bay detention facility.

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Aug 30

CounterPunch: Robert Steele on Counter-Coup – How Trump Can Win By Restoring Integrity to the Electoral Process and the US Government

counterpunch squareCounter-Coup: How Trump Can Win

Trump may self-destruct but he has the power to change everything. The article discusses seven specific things Trump could do that would enable the election of an honest effective Independent government in 2016 .

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Aug 14

Robert Steele: Cyber-Corruption

Robert David STEELE Vivas

Robert David STEELE Vivas

It breaks my heart to watch all things cyber continue along very corrupt paths associated with a melange of linear thinking, bureaucratic inertia, truly evil covert operations that undermine cyber-security, and of course the persistent lack of accountability.

Winn Schwartau

Winn Schwartau

It was my great privilege to be among the first to sound the alarm on cyber-security, joining with Winn Schwartau in sponsoring the Information Warfare Conference. Although I left that endeavor to focus on Open Source Solutions, Winn and I continue to marvel at how little everyone has learned.

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Aug 3

Robert Steele: Peter Drucker from the Grave

Robert David Steele Vivas

Robert David Steele Vivas

#bigideas

I do miss Peter Drucker. I also think often of him, and Frank Lloyd Wright and many others, such as Russell Ackoff (“stop doing the wrong things righter, do the right things”). I use them to remind myself that it takes a quarter-century or more — and generally some cataclysmic failure — before the C-level and SES/DISL mind-sets are ready to listen to new ideas.

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Jul 29