Thursday, January 24, 2008

Refuting "Incompetence Theory" in just one sentence

Nefarious people within our government suppress any evidence of malicious intent and instead encourage the perception of incompetence, which often results in the blame being diffused throughout the bureaucracy rather than focused on the individual bad actors in power, who are ultimately responsible, but able to escape justice through a hidden network of friendships and alliances known as the establishment.

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2 sick little monkeys said:

Blogger AmberCat screeched...

Criminals rarely get off when they use the

"Please let me off your honour, I only got caught because of my incompetence."


01 February, 2008 17:58  

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