Theos-World Re: TS Elections - Policy of Secrecy
May 10, 2008 01:09 PM
In America, whatever President and his administration does, or
decisions they take, they immediately inform people in press
conference. And that is shown on CNN and other news channels. So most
of the things are immediately informed to public. Only few
confidential things like few things related to the work of CIA, DIA
are not disclosed. That can be understood, but most other things are
soon made known to the public through newspapers, internet and TV
channels. TS has long way to go till it becomes transparent and
efficient. And to make TS such efficient organization, leader must
have a mind of 21st century man.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, MKR <mkr777@...> wrote:
> That is interesting!!!
> In the long-run, if there is no transparency, no one will look to the
> organization since any information you need is on internet. Also, I have
> seen interest groups in cities getting together and meeting
> groups are formed by communication using Internet. So there may not be a
> need for an international organization except to hold the copyrights and
> properties and money from the past.
> On 5/10/08, Konstantin Zaitzev <kay_ziatz@...> wrote:
> > --- In email@example.com <theos-talk%40yahoogroups.com>, MKR
> > <mkr777@> wrote:
> > > The origins of the current problem can be traced to a little noticed
> > > change made in the election procedure in 2006.
> > > In 2006, I am told, a change was adopted by GC to add the names of
> > > nominators to the ballot. The idea behind this is to influence
> > I think this shouldn't be overempasized.
> > One member told me that though J. Algeo got recommendations of two
> > persons whom he (member) respects much ? namely T. Kim-Dieu and M.
> > Anderson ? he won't vote for him because he is an American!
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
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