AUTHORITY: Earned Not Given Or Inherited
A Discussion On Authority Within The Structures Which Seek To Govern Us, And Our Responsibilities There Within…
Anti-Authority Sentiment is on the rise in Canada. The act of questioning those who deem themselves worthy to lord-over the populace is, according to these same would-be rulers, an egregious offense. An offense so vile; so irredeemable that it is, indeed, a threat to “national security,” again, according to those who view themselves as infallible leaders.
Public offices should be under the highest amount of scrutiny. They should be continually assessed. A government body which has been established at some point in time should be scrutinized in such a constant, overwhelming, and meticulous manner that it should only continue to exist as long as the cost of that organization does not exceed the benefit provided by that organization. Instead, we live in a country which starts councils, research groups, and services which, once established, seek the glutenous bloat only achievable by various so-called “health ministers”… you know? The real fat ones that could only dream of sitting in a regular chair, but try and tell you what legislation is going to improve the safety and health of the citizenry? They’ve become too big for their own good, and they should be put out to pasture.
Unfortunately, accountability is such a burden on these “authoritative agencies” that they feel it’s best to disregard the laws of the nation they claim to be protecting the security of…
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