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The Secret Intelligence Services (SISS) website was initially designed with the goal of assisting potential applicants or recruits with the recruitment process in the various intelligence agencies and law enforcement organisations.  We felt a desire to relay some of our own experiences to potential candidates which we feel would benefit these organisations in the long term as a result of creating better informed, knowledgeable candidates.

After a short period of time we became aware of some potential flaws in the system which, if left unaddressed, could firstly skew the process in favour of the cheat at the expense of legitimate candidates.  Secondly, this also raised some concerns that the system was open to manipulation to a small degree and could in fact lead to a waste of resources.  Although we are clear that we do not favour any particular political or religious group, we would still consider ourselves patriot, and feel that promoting the key work of law enforcement and intelligence services is an important role and one that should be preserved.

We then began to explore other areas in the system and found weaknesses and loopholes in a wide ranging number of areas, including Money Laundering in the Financial Markets, Criminal activities and further weakness in the Governments systems.  The premise being that if 'we' can find these soft spots, then what could those people who are intent on exploiting those weaknesses likely to achieve and for what purpose? 

The expansion of the site has been organic and responsive to current demands for analysis in an extremely wide number of subjects but most notably Fintech and Exponential Technological development.  Work from some of our partners, contributors and innovators has propelled us in these directions and opened up a whole new area for us.  An area consisting predominantly of Ahead of Time thinking, Research and Concept Development.

Unlike some niche sites, we do not promote a particular ideology but rather, attempt to nurture and develop innovative thinking without the constraints of ego, social norms or any other harnesses which restrict freedom of thought and idea development.  We are often heard saying that there is not such thing as a bad idea, but having no idea is a crime.  Sometimes that notion is stretched somewhat, but overall and over time, this is something we strongly believe in preserving.

Whichever way you wish to use or interpret the information and ideas on this site is entirely up to you.  This could be the start of a wonderful, fruitful and blossoming relationship or, it could simply be a grown up, but memorable one night stand.

Our Guidelines

The objective of SISS is to create an understanding that we are individuals first and foremost, within a society which requires respect and consideration of other peoples thoughts, beliefs and individual circumstances regardless of geographical location, place of birth, religion  or political belief.  We believe that the quest for such values should as individuals and members of society should and will be mirrored more effectively in the Nation as a whole.  It is our belief that these rights should be protected through the pursuit and propagation of Liberalist policies but with the explicit intent, when necessary, to bring an end to the use of force as a result of any extremist policies or ideologies from any side of the spectrum.  As such, the following core Statements of Principle apply:

 

  • SISS believes in the democratic process of development for the individual, society and nation states in all areas through the propagation of liberal ideals.

 

  • SISS is committed to encouraging debate through peaceful and respectful means and is opposed to radicalism or extremist ideology which promotes violence of any description. 

 

  • While SISS promotes liberal ideals and methods of communicating those ideals, it is unyielding in its support for military action against those who foster or promote radical and extremism views, with the aim of causing harm to British citizen or allied nation states. 

 

  • SISS believes the rights of the individual, their society and the nation they are part of, should be protected to the fullest extent possible and in accordance with Western democratic and humanitarian principles.

 

  • SISS believes the future is dependent on freedom of thought and providing all individuals with the ability to put forward their own ideas or ideas of the groups they represent in accordance with Democratic and Humanitarian principles.

 

  • SISS is committed to investing time and resources to develop and nurture on an on-going basis, innovation, learning and Ahead of Time Research and concept development.

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A Government Department of Virus Safety

A Government run, uniform and credible safety certificate to be used across the board, would benefit UK business greatly.

Wuhan conspiracy theories aside, diplomatic traction is the reward.

 

A week or two ago we wrote an article "Conspiracies & Ripples" which focused primarily on conspiracy theories and kicked off with the rather obvious statement that a conspiracy theory is simply a theory without the facts i.e. just a theory.  Within that we highlighted that ‘flavour of the month’ theorist’s delight, the origins of the Coronavirus and its links to Wuhan.  This echoed our views published in February which, as many did, ponder the chances of this remote coincidence maybe actually being true.  Since then there have been swathes of articles on the topic citing all sort of sources and from numerous ‘renowned’ scientists.  We have also recently had the opinions offered by those whose opinions really count, that this virus originating from the labs in Wuhan may not actually be so far-fetched after all.

We do tend to agree, or at least we did.  That was then and this is now and in the world of Politics things move quickly and one does have to look at the reality of the situation.  If there is enough fog between you and your destination, then sometimes the route you take can change, leaving you all sorts of options.  If the objective was originally to circumnavigate through uncertain waters to establish who, what, why and when the virus came about – then that is now lost in the fog.  It is arbitrary.  Now we have something that is far more concrete and tangible to use to our advantage – we have uncertainty.  We now have enough debate and conspiracy to render the findings of the scientists open to interpretation.  And that… is a diplomat’s dream come true.   This particular carcass will feed many and although the WHO will go in, on the ground, and no doubt find yet more uncertainty…it really is irrelevant.  You will certainly not find individual government’s chomping at the bit to send their representatives into Wuhan anytime soon, and even if they did, why?  Wuhan is not some sleepy suburb in leafy Northamptonshire… it is in China.  Whatever was there has long gone, if indeed it was ever even there.  So perhaps it would be wise to assume that at least for the next few decades this is a conspiracy that will never find out those salient facts. 

Now, listening to the scientists, there is an overwhelming urge to say, “shush now”.  Step back ladies and gentlemen and look at the bigger picture at play.  Nobody is actually interested whether or not the virus started in Wuhan, intentionally or not.  As long as it is open to debate, it is far more valuable.  The scientists have debated at length and argued, but there is still no unequivocal proof either way that satisfies all parties…and why could that be?  Scientific fact is not open to debate or questioning, that is a given.  However, to say Science is correct, is not true.  That is because Science has Scientists, and Scientists are human beings who in turn are fallible and motivated by many many other factors.  In China for example, one might say that scientific fact is exactly what they want it to be.  Indeed, who is to say it ends in China.

 

So why is uncertainty such a blessing in this case?  It provides an additional bargaining chip and a weapon in the armoury for all Governments to now use against the Chinese.  Maybe on the other side of the fence their own initial conspiracy theory that a foreign Government (the US) planted the virus in their midst, is being written about in their own press.  Or maybe not. The fact is it is a safe bet to assume that no body will ever know.  There will be no compensations or admissions of guilt in this case sadly…however the capillaceous network that is politics, diplomacy and economic negotiations will be the real beneficiaries.

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