Monthly Archives: November 2011

(*) How can I trust .. a verbal promise?

It is so typical. Just you and him. He promised something. Then, some time later, he claims that he never said that. That you must have misunderstood him. That you are trying to frame him. What do you have as … Continue reading

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(*) How can I trust .. my government?

If you are happily living in a democratic country, then there is no point in trusting your government – it was not designed to be trusted. You can invest your trust in individual politicians, specifically if you want them to … Continue reading

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(*) How can I trust .. only those who are trustworthy?

I wish there was a clear indicator of trustworthiness – the world will be a much simpler place (and possibly a much better one). Unfortunately, it is rather easy to fake signs of trustworthiness if you know what the other … Continue reading

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(*) How can I trust .. the privacy promise?

Wow. You have actually read privacy pages. How pointless. Let’s have it straight: any privacy promise is worthless. You will be betrayed at the first opportunity. If ‘nothing to fear – nothing to hide’ is not your thing, you are … Continue reading

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(*) How can I trust .. financial systems?

You can trust them only if everybody else trusts them as well. Modern financial system is an illusion, supported by our collective trust in money. If we stop trusting, the whole system will go into a meltdown, something that now … Continue reading

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