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    Re: suppression/repression bias - make a difference

    Posted by ff on 6/26/03

    I was thinking more along the lines of the science, pushing towards
    the truth and maintaining scientific integrity and by so doing,
    thoise without integrity would be at risk of exposure to the public,
    and exposure in terms of liability (is it fraud to fabricate).

    You're right, they tend to join-up and hide behind the big guy as if
    there are no consequences for their weakness. You see some of this
    on the board, as Kay stated, sticking their name out there in hopes
    of being picked into the fraternity. However, you know what they say
    about selling your soul, and then again, not everybody has one.


    On 6/26/03, johncodie wrote:
    > The term that is commonly used in the industry, is being a "team
    > player" or a person in the inner circle who can be trusted. To
    > become a team player one has to devoid of most all scientific
    > knowledge and proceed to support the agenda and prove one's self as
    > being included. Harrassing a non-team player is one of the roles
    > of a wana-be team player. The agenda can be set by any group or
    > authority that controls the money, ie he that has the gold rules.
    > A person does not have to be a team player to survive, but better
    > understand the rules to become effective in getting any work out,
    > and being able to go around the chiefs and door watchers. There
    > are always spy's amoung us. Not uncommon to have ex FBI/CIA agents
    > asked, or recruited to use internal sources to spy on non-team
    > players. Effective ways to get the non conformers to quit, or be
    > discharged.
    > Benjaman Franklin proposed prior to the establishment of the
    > constitution that not all citizen were well educated enough to
    > vote, and there was a compromise between states concerning
    > property. I have had the fortune to work with the government of
    > Isreal, and work with both jewish and palestian citizens. The have
    > some of the stongest survival instincts of any people of the world.
    > It takes guts to be a wistleblower Frank, and work around the
    > system. The problem is finding or recognizing the potential
    > problems, (like SARs or AIDs or perhaps toxic mold) or taking on
    > tobacco and making a difference without being killed in the
    > process. I push buttons on the keyboard and push buttons on the
    > members of the teamplayers because the know that if it was'nt for
    > the dedicated worker, they would be out on the streets.

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