Compartmentalization is just another fancy word invented by Governments to hide the truth from regular people. The popular phrase was coiled during the Manhattan Project in the years of 1942 to 1946 but the term has justified every Government secret since.
At it’s core compartmentalization was supposedly set up to protect military secrets and minimise the risk factor. Of course compartmentalization was successful during the Manhattan Project according to the military powers that be, but this included the death of around 200,000 Japanese civilians. Doesn’t sound very successful to me.
How can this made up word be promoted by governments and accepted by so many when all it does is prevent alternative options? By covering up whats going on some of the biggest decisions in history are decided by a simple few and most of these people are from a military background.
Thankfully some people are starting to question this concept and question the events of recent history such as the 9/11 attacks. Undoubtably a tragedy yet the case seems to follow similar patterns relating to compartmentalization.
What we don’t know doesn’t hurt us is simply not true, what I say is that what we don’t know hurts us in ways we didn’t know was possible.