The Tyranny of Bureaucracy

Tens and hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines, over ridiculously small crap, like installing a washing machine. The Law Was Aimed at Deadly Machinery. It Hit Her Washer..

Many examples of a bureaucracy that was supposed to stop cranes from falling, stopping people from doing simple stuff.

The response from the bureaucrats, once they got around to acknowledging the issue.

The agency was merely enforcing the laws as written.

That old law of Unintended Consequences.

So the next time you hear people telling politicians to “Do something,” consider that they almost always do the wrong thing. See Huxley’s definition of “Progress” is you’re confused.

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2 thoughts on “The Tyranny of Bureaucracy

  1. These are not “unintended consequences”. This process is intentional, deliberate and malicious. There are two agendas involved. First is to GENERATE REVENUE….. it’s the same reason why driving 5mph over the limit on an empty interstate can cost you HUNDREDS OF dollars for “sleeping”. It as NOTHING to do with safety. ALL bureaucrats care about is expanding their power and increasing the amount of cash they can control. Which leads to the second agenda……POWER. By abusing codes and regulations they are sending a clear and unmistakable message. That message is that THEY are in charge and THEY can do anything they want with impunity. If it costs you your house, your job, your life BIG FU**ING DEAL……thy don’t care. Public office draws the absolute WORST personalities. It draws pathologic, sociopathic abusive mentalities who lust for power over others.

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  2. The problem with Government is Bureaucrats. Life long Bureaucrats…They need to be changed often!!
    Like diapers…And like diapers they are usually full of crap.

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