Steele, Robert, REINVENTING ENGINEERING: The Ultimate Hack — Creating a Prosperous World at Peace with Open Source Everything (Amazon CreateSpace, Earth Intelligence Network, 2020).
Holistic analytics, true cost economics, and Open Source Everything Engineering (OSEE) are the non-negotiable enablers of the post-Western economy, probably led by the Chinese since the Americans have refused to listen to me for 30 years. To create a prosperous world at peace, a world that works for all, we need the reinstall ethics as an operating system, refocus on human capital, and understand that online economies cannot exist in isolation — one reason I think Tencent might be positioned to bring its online-offline vision to the world, and be the primary actor in laying down a cyber-grid on top of the physical One Belt One Road.
Steele, Robert, REINVENTING INTELLIGENCE: 30 Years in the Wilderness (Trump Revolution 46) (Amazon CreateSpace, Earth Intelligence Network, 2019).
The secret world costs the U.S. taxpayer over $100 billion a year, and yet, according to General Tony Zinni, USMC (then Commanding General of the U.S. Central Command engaged in two wars and twelve joint task for actions) provides “at best” 4% of what a major commander needs (to which one can add, and nothing for everyone else.
I know from direct experience that we process 1% of what we collect which is 1% of what is published which is 1% of what is written which is 1% of what is known. The reality is that decisions are made every day at every level that are bought and paid for, not based on evidence, and not in the public interest.
This book of readings provides all that is required to reform U.S. intelligence so that it might honor the Constitution and serve the President, the Cabinet, the Congress, and the public.
Steele, Robert, REINVENTING NATIONAL SECURITY: Grand Strategy, Global Reality, and the U.S. Army — Everything Our President Is Not Being Told (Trump Revolution 45) (Amazon CreateSpace, Earth Intelligence Network, November 2019).
This book brings together three monographs on grand strategy, global reality, and re-inventing the U.S. Army as well as the rest of the Department of Defense — and in passing addressing needed changes in diplomacy, development, and intelligence, all of which are just as broken as the military.
The U.S. military today is 50% waste, committing crimes against humanity in over 100 countries — alongside CIA drone assassination operations — and generally not able to win a war nor maintain a peace. Our generals and admirals are not being held accountable for telling the truth — they are themselves sadly divorced from reality and unable to appreciate the truth even when it is presented to them.
Steele, Robert, Election 2020: Trump-Pence Lose, Bloomberg-Gabbard Win? Or Libertarian Coalition Triumphs? (Trump Revolution 44) (Amazon CreateSpace, Earth Intelligence Network, November 2019)
This 129 page volume started out as a simple publication of two assessments of the 2020 prospects of President Donald Trump against any moderate Democratic challenger. It quickly evolved as “primer” on the civil war that is going on today between the Deep State and its extremists on the one hand, and those of us who want to restore family and faith as a central aspect of “the American way.”
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Steele, Robert, False Flag Attacks: A Tool of the Deep State (Trump Revolution 12) (Amazon CreateSpace, Earth Intelligence Network, November 2019).
Manchester was without question a false flag attack.
It was probably personally approved by the Prime Minister Theresa May. The author, a former spy who managed a false flag for the CIA (no one died) provides a mix of original and previously posted material that aggregates in one place most of what any citizen needs to know about false flag attacks as a tool of state.
Steele, Robert, EYES ONLY: For the President (and the Public): Everything The Deep State Does Not Want You to Know (Trump Revolution 43) (Amazon CreateSpace, Earth Intelligence Network, October 2019)
Everything we are being taught and told is generally a lie, if not an outright lie then a partial lie. Bill Casey told Ronald Reagan in February 1981 this:
“We’ll know our disinformation program is complete when everything the American public believes is false.”
This book of 183 pages is in color, 8.5 by 11, and a collectible. It includes two briefings, “If I Were President,” and “Steele on Books & America: Love It or Lose It!” as well as sixty-eight answers to complex questions, inclusive of hundreds of links.
Steele, Robert, IF I WERE PRESIDENT: Challenging Donald Trump to Defend the Constitution, Put America First, and Implement #UNRIG (Trump Revolution 42) (Amazon CreateSpace, Earth Intelligence Network, August 2019)
This briefing, delivered at the Dimensions of Disclosure Conference on 24 August 2019, provides our President with a roadmap for Making America Great Again and being the greatest president ever.
My support for President Donald Trump is absolute, but as a citizen I also have a duty to speak up — to write to our President — when he is in danger of failing to live up to his promises to us and his potential as the “greatest President ever.
Steele, Robert, TRUMP vs. THE DEEP STATE: Recent Reflections of a Former US Spy & Marine Corps Officer (Trump Revolution Book 35) (Amazon CreateSpace, Earth Intelligence Network, August 2019)
This is a collection of sixteen articles on various aspects of the conflict between President Donald Trump and the Deep State. The author, who managed a false flag operations for the Central Intelligence Agency and was the founding senior civilian creating the Marine Corps Intelligence Activity (MCIA) was recommended for the Nobel Peace Prize in 2017 because of his streadfast commitment to the idea that the truth at any cost lowers all other costs.
Steele, Robert. 9/11 Truth: From Campaign Promise to a Presidential Speech on 9/11 2018? (Earth Intelligence Network, 2018)
FREE Online: http://tinyurl.com/911-POTUS
COLOR. $80 value if printing at FedEx Office. God Bless America. On 15 February 2016, speaking to a wildly enthusiastic crowd in Bluffton, South Carolina, he promised that he would find out — and inform the American public — “who really knocked down the World Trade Center.” As all engaged and informed citizens now know, the 9/11 Commission was a controlled cover-up at the same level of atrocity as 9/11 itself, and totally comparable to the Warren Commission controlled cover-up on the assassination of John F. Kennedy by Lyndon Baines Johnson, Allen Dulles, J. Edgard Hoover, and varied private sector participants as well as the government of Israel, which sent two witnesses to Dallas.
Steele, Robert (2012). The Open-Source Everything Manifesto: Transparency, Truth, and Trust, North Atlantic Books, June 5, 2012. 240 pages. KINDLE $8.76, PAPER $10.53.
What the world lacks right now—especially the United States, where every form of organization from government to banks to labor unions has betrayed the public trust—is integrity. Also lacking is public intelligence in the sense of decision-support: knowing what one needs to know in order to make honest decisions for the good of all, rather than corrupt decisions for the good of the few.
The book is intended to be a catalyst for citizen dialog and deliberation, and for inspiring the continued evolution of a nation in which all citizens realize our shared aspiration of direct democracy—informed participatory democracy. Open-Source Everything is a cultural and philosophical concept that is essential to creating a prosperous world at peace, a world that works for one hundred percent of humanity. The future of intelligence is not secret, not federal, and not expensive. It is about transparency, truth, and trust among our local to global collective. Only “open” is scalable.
Steele, Robert (2010). Intelligence for Earth: Clarity, Diversity, Integrity, & Sustainability, Earth Intelligence Network, January 20, 2010. 288 pages. HARDCOVER $19.95.
We are entering an era in which global networks and the sharing of information can create revolutionary wealth at the micro-level, while enabling the harmonization of investments at the macro-level. This is an era in which transparency of cost and effect will eradicate corruption, fraud, waste, and abuse at the same time that it makes possible global to local engagement and collaboration such that we can create a prosperous world at peace. This is an era in which we will see a bottom-up conscious evolution of humanity that liberates and leverages the one inexhaustible resource we have: the human brain.
Steele, Robert (2008). Election 2008: Lipstick on the Pig (Substance of Governance; Legitimate Grievances; Candidates on the Issues; Balanced Budget 101; Call to Arms: Fund We Not Them; Annotated Bibliography), Earth Intelligence Network, September 23, 2008. Re-Issued in 2015 as Kindle and CreateSpace.
While the two candidates “authorized” to run for President by the two “main” parties that have destroyed the Republic trade barbs about “lipstick on the pig,” the reality is that the pig is politics, and this election is lipstick on that pig. The average American has more common sense than any of these clowns, all of whom have been subverted by two forms of corruption: financial bribery from special interests; or “party line” voting that violates both Article 1 of the Constitution (the responsibility of Congress to balance the power of the Executive) and the public interest of the constituency that elected each of them.
Tovey, Mark with Robert Steele, eds. (2008). Collective Intelligence: Creating A Prosperous World at Peace, Earth Intelligence Network., March 19, 2008. 648 pages. USED $12.23.
The era of collective intelligence has begun in earnest. While others have written about the wisdom of crowds, an army of Davids, and smart mobs, this collection of essays for the first time brings together fifty-five pioneers in the emerging discipline of collective intelligence. They provide a base of tools for connecting people, producing high-functioning teams, collaborating at multiple scales, and encouraging effective peer-production. Emerging models are explored for digital deliberative democracy, self-governance, legislative transparency, true-cost accounting, and the ethical use of open sources and methods. Collective Intelligence is the first of a series of six books, which will also include volumes on Peace Intelligence, Commercial Intelligence, Gift Intelligence, Cultural Intelligence, and Global Intelligence.
Steele, Robert (2006). The Smart Nation Act: Public Intelligence in the Public Interest, Open Source Solutions, Inc., September 11, 2006. 250 pages. $29.95 USED $0.01.
We are entering a period of turbulence and innovation. This book puts forward ideas for creating a “Smart Nation” in which the Federal level is both fully informed about global reality, and able to provide to all statehouses, schoolhouses, chambers of commerce, and social clubs, a very strong and sustained exposure to global reality.
The American public now has the same power to do good that networked terrorists have to do bad. It will be up to Congress to decide whether or not to nurture this emerging pentagon of public influence & intelligence.
Steele, Robert (2006). Information Operations: All Information, All Languages, All the Time, Open Source Solutions, Inc., January 30, 2006. 362 pages. $24.95, USED from $3.00.
My personal view is that the key points of the book are that: • inter-agency sharing of non-secret information is much more important than precision delivery of secrets to the top guy; • unclassified information on operations, logistics, beliefs, etc. is much more important that technical secret information; and • there is a larger process called “Information Operations” (IO) that has been mis-defined in the US as offensive cyberwar and PSYOP on steroids, which in fact deals with • the full and constant integration of global coverage in all languages all the time (including historical and cultural knowledge at the neighborhood level); • the technologies of sharing, translating, and understanding; inclusive of online video gaming; and • the crafting of inter-agency BEHAVIOR and BUDGETS (means) in order to achieve useful ends. In short, it’s not about secret intelligence; it is about global awareness and ethical behavior done across all the instruments of national power, wisely.
Steele, Robert, Ben de Jong and Wies Platje (eds.) (2003). Peacekeeping Intelligence: Emerging Concepts for the Future, Open Source Solutions, Inc., May 15, 2003. 532 pages. $24.95, USED from $4.23.
Each year millions of people die, are displaced, become diseased, or suffer severe depravations at the hands of rogue states, predatory ethnic groups or tribes, or ruthless terrorist and criminal organizations. Around the globe, while recognizing the important efforts of selected Nation-States and selected Non-Governmental Organizations, only one organization can be said to be truly concerned with global security and global prosperity in the common interest of all mankind: the United Nations. Unfortunately, the United Nations has chosen to ignore the proven process of “intelligence” by confusing it with espionage. Intelligence is not about espionage, it is about rationalized decision-support in which global sources of information in many languages and many mediums (oral, written, imaged) are deliberated collected, processed, analyzed, and presented to decision-makers in order to reduce uncertainty, suggest alternatives, and otherwise make instability more manageable. This book is the first book to bring together a combination of experienced United Nations military commanders, experienced national intelligence leaders, and scholars of United Nations and insurgency history.
Steele, Robert (2002). The New Craft of Intelligence: Personal, Public, & Political–Citizen’s Action Handbook for Fighting Terrorism, Genocide, Disease, Toxic Bombs, & Corruption, Open Source Solutions, Inc., April 8, 2002.
This book is the sequel to ON INTELLIGENCE: Spies and Secrecy in an Open World (AFCEA International Press, 2000). That book, written largely for government and corporate intelligence professionals, remains the basic reference volume for the future of global intelligence enterprises. This book, by contrast, is a completely new effort that is written for every citizen of every country—the “intelligence minutemen” of the 21st Century. In the aftermath of the 11 September 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, attacks carried out by a non-state actor skilled at asymmetric warfare and using our own capabilities against us—attacks followed quickly by a nation-wide anthrax assault that closed Congress and terrified the U.S. Postal Service—it is imperative that every citizen have a clear-headed understanding of what is at stake and what needs to be done to keep not only America, but all civilized communities safe. It is especially imperative that citizens understand that the world is already at war, with millions of refugees in 67 countries, plagues sweeping across 59 countries, mass starvation in 27 countries, and deliberate genocide campaigns in 18 countries. These are “facts of life” that our schools, our media and even our intelligence communities have been unwilling and unable to represent intelligently to the public. It is against this backdrop of global chaos that terrorism rises.
Steele, Robert (2001). On Intelligence: Spies and Secrecy in an Open World, Open Source Solutions, Inc., November 22, 2001. 495 pages. HARDCOVER $34.95 USED From $3.20.
This book is about the reinvention of national, defense and business intelligence within the larger context of an open world–a world where “Evil Empires” and the Berlin Wall have fallen–but also a world where transportation, power, financial, and communications infrastructures are so open as to dramatically increase the vulnerability of America to trans-continental epidemics, anonymous information terrorism, and nation-wide power black-outs and financial melt-downs. As the world enters the Information Century, and simultaneously confronts the fragmentation of many nation-states and the emergence of widespread ethnic, tribal and criminal gang terrorism and confrontation, no topic can be more important to federal, state, and local governments–and to international, national, and local businesses than the topic of “intelligence”. Thankfully, there are many positive lessons and methods to be drawn from the U.S. Intelligence Community, and there are a wealth of open sources and services that can be drawn upon to make both government and business “smarter” about their environment, their customers, and their competitors. This book is a primer on the role of intelligence qua sources, methods, and community at the dawn of the 21st century.
Steele, Robert (2001). On Intelligence: Spies and Secrecy in an Open World, Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association. 495 pages. OUT OF PRINT.