The definition of Government Bureaucracy is a mountain of corruption concealed by an ocean of incompetence, and everyone knows it.
Government Bureaucracy is often defined as a mountain of corruption concealed by an ocean of incompetence
By Glen Morgan
Over the years of studying government and exposing the endless incompetence and typical corruption that is commonly found by anyone who observes government in action, this has become a simple way to define the situation in which we find ourselves today. Government bureaucracy is often filled with mountains of corruption which are easily concealed by an ocean of incompetence. It is often difficult to distinguish where the incompetence ends and the corruption begins.
For example, most people have become accustomed to incompetence as the default setting of government. Lost your paperwork or application? Of course. Making you wait hours in line to ask a simple question? Just the way things go. Confusing and contradictory information provided that turns out to be wrong anyway? Hey, don’t blame them, they work for the government. We’ve all experienced it.
This is why it is so difficult to sort out corruption in government. How can you distinguish the line between the normal and typical level of incompetence that just comes with the territory at most state and federal agencies, and genuine corruption? Even when you catch and expose examples of corruption in government, the first line of defense is always “Hey we are not corrupt, just incompetent!”
This video was originally published on the We The Governed’s YouTube Channel on March 26, 2022:
OUR CONSTITUTION BEGINS WITH THE PHRASE “WE THE PEOPLE.” IT WAS THE FOUNDERS’ INTENT THAT GOVERNMENT BE CREATED BY THE PEOPLE, TO SERVE THE PEOPLE. IT WASN’T THEIR INTENTION FOR THE PEOPLE TO SERVE THE GOVERNMENT. IT WAS ALWAYS INTENDED THAT GOVERNMENT WHICH FAILED TO SERVE THE PEOPLE SHOULD BE “ALTERED OR ABOLISHED.” UNTIL WE RETURN TO THE FOUNDER’S INTENT, WE REMAIN WE THE GOVERNED…
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