Monday, April 25, 2016

Help the world learn about #bureaucraticinsanity

The types of stories reported in Sean Kerrigan's book Bureaucratic Insanity are extremely common, in schools, government and in workplaces. Every week another story emerges in the media of someone being railroaded by the insane bureaucrats that infest the system. But that's just the media; if they reported every such story, they would have no time left over for anything else. And so most people continue to delude themselves that this is all business as usual, nothing special, certainly nothing utterly insane going on.

But it is in your power to change that: if you tweet out the hashtag

#bureaucraticinsanity 

along with a short summary of any event you experience, witness or become aware of that has an element of "bureaucratic insanity" in it, that would drive traffic to the term, and to Sean's book. And then more people will learn what's happened to their country, and what's about to happen to them. For my part, I promise to follow the hashtag, sort through the tweets and publish Best of Bureaucratic Insanity compilations on this very blog.

Rest assured, this problem is a serious, widespread, medical issue, but no men in white suits will rush to your rescue, subdue insane American bureaucrats, put them in restraints and haul them off to the funny farm. No, you will have to deal with them yourselves—before they deal with you! And the first step in doing so is to find out who they are and what damage they are causing.

Here's a video clip from RT's show Redacted Tonight, where Lee Camp talks about grandparents imprisoned for failing to return to the county public library a Dr. Seuss book they took out for a grandchild and other such events that have come to typify contemporary America.

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