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One must remember that some of our problems are of our own making, and the wonderful thing about the Monarchy is that they know when something is "indeed delicate". I am sure as a British subject away from home, that if I had a problem she would listen to what I have to say, even though (maybe) she could not help me. I was born a Royalist and I shall die one. Policemen, Popes come and go but not our ruling Monarchy. Whether for good or bad, they have their people and their country at heart. I feel sometimes that the biggest evil in this world today is "self interest, selfishness and greed". If no one can believe in a God then believe in what he tried to teach us, if we used more understanding, tolerance, patience and longsuffering it would be a better world to live in. Why should we always look to something or someone else when we (as so called intelligent beings) have stuffed it all up! The scapegoat could become extinct What then?? There isn't much choice here. Politicians are slightly less trustworthy than the British weather. I don't know what I'd trust the Queen to do. She's pretty trustworthy at being Queen, but I don't feel the need to place trust in her to do anything else. God is completely untrustworthy. As we keep being reminded, it works in mysterious ways and therefore is following its own agenda and can't be trusted to do anything. The police have their heart in the right place as an organisation, but too many individuals who don't. Businesses can only be trusted to do what they feel is best for their shareholders and their bosses are in it for number one. Then there are those who put them all to shame in the untrustworthy stakes: newspapers. The written press feed us what they want us to know with whatever inaccuracy they feel necessary to put over the editor's opinion presented as fact. They have no morals, but love lecturing the public about them, and when it comes to hypocrisy they have no equal. For example, on one page they will criticise Earl Spencer for a tasteless rip off concert in honour of his sister and on the next offer you a free Diana video if you buy umpteen copies of their tawdry organ. They will lecture the BBC about balance while giving every impression that they don't know the meaning of the word. Although to be fair there are degrees, but in general the tabloids are less trustworthy than a kleptomaniac and the broadsheets slightly more. The only people I would truly trust are my parents, who have given me everything and wanted nothing in return. The only public bodies would be nurses and firemen. Trust is earned not given, sadly there aren't many who earn it. Andy Guilbert, UK The only thing that always can be relied on and therefore is completely trustworthy is Natural Law. It runs all the galaxies in space and all the loops in biosphere with perfect order and absolute intelligence. Any individual intelligence, any leader of society who would use just a few laws of nature and violate other laws cannot be called trustworthy. We cannot even trust ourselves as long as we are not contacting the holistic field of nature's intelligence. As for the leaders of our society I would only trust the one that opens to me the possibility of contacting the field of Natural Law. For some forty years and for millions of people Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, the founder of the Transcendental Meditation technique, has been this leader. To him goes my infinite gratitude. Retailers have to part us from our money. We are not fools and can look beyond that. Our trust is limited to the extent that we expect fair exchange. Public servants have an explicit motive to serve us. We doubt their sincerity and competence partly, it seems, because they also tend to part us from our money as well. So we don't trust them. Our royalty have a particular problem. As relentless public exposure increases it becomes ever more obvious that there is nothing divine or superhuman about them as individuals; recent marriage breakdowns and public gaffes show that they are actually very ordinary people just like the rest of us. The public unwillingness to foot the bill for the rebuilding of Windsor Castle illustrates a general unease at the vast wealth that they seem to have accumulated whilst in their own special position of trust and affection. I'm sure that I'm not the only higher rate taxpayer who wonders how the Queen can get off with paying 25% income tax, especially after all those decades of blatant tax evasion. Little wonder that we don't trust them. Sainsbury's merely sells food which you are free to buy or not, and as long as the food is OK and the price reasonable, why would you complain? The police, government, armed forces etc are responsible for a whole gamut of things which we are obliged to accept, like it or not, and so there is bound to be at least a certain amount of dissatisfaction and mistrust. Would you trust Sainsbury's if you weren't allowed to buy anywhere else? Or are we suggesting that the Royal Family, government, and the armed forces be privatised and opened up to competition? As regards who do I trust: absolutely anybody at all before a politician where I live. Graham Bell, Brazil It is very difficult to determine whom we can trust, but I believe that one of the main reasons why the Royal Family has had bad press in recent years is because it is an ancient institution which has been out of touch with the general mood of the nation. I think that they are genuinely trustworthy, but due to its lack of dynamism as an institution, it can't reach out to ordinary people and empathise with them. Successful companies recognise the importance of good public relations to their company and arguably succeed for this reason, but no amount of spin doctoring could hide a poor quality product nor in the same breath, give the Royal Family a better reputation in the eyes of the general public. These occurrences are transparent and can't be hidden from general scrutiny. Generally speaking though, I believe that the vast majority of people buy products because of the quality of product and service, not solely because of good public relations, even though this is beneficial in the short term. Look at Nike for instance. They have been accused of charging excessive amounts for their footwear when these have been initially manufactured in the developing world using very cheap labour. Plus, there has been the controversy surrounding their role in Ronaldo's "participation" in the recent World Cup final. Nike's global turnover and reputation hasn't been adversely affected by these events has it? Simon Porch, UK All of the institutions mentioned, even the Royal Family, consist of normal people, and as such show the normal spectrum of trustworthiness. Of course, in the case of organisations such as the police force, it is understandably the untrustworthy behaviour that is reported, creating an unbalanced view overall. Given this variation within an organisation, trust can only really be placed in individuals, based on personal experience, rather than in a faceless institution. Andrew Grainger, UK The Queen is the only person in the UK who dedicated her entire life to her country. Who else should one trust if not this unique human being. May she reign for many more years! Michael Scherz, New York, USA It all comes down to being seen to be accountable for your actions. If you don't like something at your supermarket they will put it right for you in no time. If you have a disagreement with an establishment (like the police, the Royals or the church) you know before you start that you will at some point come up against a brick wall. It's this relationship which builds trust or destroys it. It's hard to trust a person or body of people who are distant, have no bearing on today's society or who are beyond reproach. It's time for the large institutions to go shopping now and again to see how it's done! Nick Lovesey, England Those we have come to "trust" less over the last 10 20 years in the UK seem to be those with whom we have little contact (the Royal Family, police and politicians). Our knowledge of them stems, almost exclusively, from the media who over the years have reported not only events worthy of news coverage, but also matters of prurient interest which after all sells papers and gets viewers. As a result there has been a gradual erosion of faith in these institutions. The institutions who we trust, from what I can see in the article, are those who we appear to have regular interface with and personal knowledge of. If you shop at Sainsbury's you tend to trust the produce (you know you can return it) and have a positive shopping experience. Let's face it, the likes of Sainsbury's are in a competitive industry where they have to be one step ahead of the competition in customer confidence to succeed. Also there is very little negative media coverage. Supermarkets are not as interesting as the Royals, politicians, Police etc nor are they at the sharp end as potential for criticism. Who to trust? No one who remains in a position of power and is unaccountable (the media) and no one who wants to sell me something..

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