Yesterday, when I was waiting for the series of Warehouse 13 to come on, a program called "Inside Secret " aired. It was basically an hour of t.v. that brought up many areas of government that are kept secret from us. Not just the U.S. government, but other areas of the world too.
From Area 51, mind control, human testing... to the Vatican. All these areas were lightly touched on.
I've seen many of these programs before, you probably have too if you watch a lot of Syfy. But I've never actually asked anyone what their thoughts were on this though.
Do you think governments should keep secrets from it's citizens?
I guess my personal opinion would be... I'm not sure. There are many things that are probably left best hidden from the general public, but where does it stop?
If you really have secrets to the Universe... to life... or hell, a brownie recipe for soldiers, shouldn't the people who keep the government running have access to that information?
If I want to visit Area 51 and see what my tax dollars are paying for, shouldn't I be able too?
I'm really curious has to what everyone thinks, and more so from our more "political" gateworld members.