First, let me bring to your attention an excerpt of what I wrote in another thread at:
There’s more than meets the eye about the net worth of The Donald and Company
People seem to believe that laws, laws, and more laws filter out the worst people from rising through the ranks to the heights of business success
thus making it possible for only the best, most upstanding, honorable, and reputable people to rise to such heights.
This is absolutely false!
Lots of laws cause the best people to lose interest in being involved in the competitive fray, and they tend to drop out leaving the realm totally to
the worst ilk who don’t give a flying you-know-what about the existence of such laws...
... Next, consider the ilk who have ascended to the heights of success in the business world under the illogical and illusory institutions of
political correctness and “equality.” They can’t be termed “high society,” but rather “LOW SOCIETY.”
Trump’s premise about “Making America Great Again,” fails to hold water because it conveniently omits an absolutely necessary action without
which building all the walls in the world and effectuating all the deportations in the world will do nothing to make America great again.
So, what is this absolutely necessary action that must be taken?
It is the purging of ALL of management in the private sector because over the course of the last five decades or so, the total infestation of
substandard people taking over all managerial positions has become complete. All managers must be purged; all managers must be replaced.
As far as the private sector goes, I define a manager as one who has responsibility for and supervisory power over people who can be termed,
“subordinates,” who report to the manager.
Things are a bit different in the public sector.
Because all of government, as a big glob of an entity, has managerial power over the populace by lording over the populace in one way or another
(taxation by the I.R.S. comes to mind as a convenient example) ALL OF GOVERNMENT HAS TO BE PURGED AND REPLACED right down to the janitor who [maybe]
cleans the toilets in a reputed-to-be-filthy V.A. hospital.
Another way of looking at this is by way of a social dynamic, to wit, when a realm goes over a threshold of badness, all the good people exit and go
running somewhere else, leaving the entire realm to the bad ones. This is the way it is in corporate management hierarchies in the private sector.
This is how it is in government at all levels: local, county, state, and federal. If a good person finds himself by quirk of fate finding himself as a
private sector manager or as a government worker, HE WILL NOT LAST LONG. Either by his own initiative he will propel himself out, or else, he will be
like the bee that enters the wrong hive: HE WILL BE STUNG TO DEATH.
Think of the NYPD which has a humdinger of a reputation for corruption. Who in his right mind would join the NYPD unless he wants to get in the game
for fun and illicit profit?
You don’t even have to think of the NYPD. Years ago, in the suburbs (where further back in time, things were so much better than in the big bad
city), an elderly woman whom I hardly knew struck up a conversation with me. Then, out of the blue, she said that her son worked as a cop in a
different suburban town down the road. She said that in that town (as was the case, I am sure, in the town in which we were) “if you were part of
the ‘web’ [of corruption] you could do whatever you want and get away with it.” She went on to say that her son did very well financially under
that system as did her daughter-in-law who was also in the employ of that town government.
So, is making America great again as simple as purging and replacing anyone and everyone in a managerial capacity. Not really. For one thing, DONALD
TRUMP WOULD HAVE TO PURGE AND REPLACE HIMSELF!!!
Secondly, can the purge and replacement be done fast enough to save the day before the social/economic system implodes? I think not.
Thirdly, are there enough qualified replacements in the pipeline especially when you consider the fact that institutions of higher learning have
become binge drinking and orgy clubs?
Ok, that’s the long and the short of it. Prognosis? Grim!
edit on 11-1-2017 by theworldisnotenough because: (no reason given)