compassion, collaboration & cooperation iN transistion
BUT when trouble strikes they still resort to secrecy
"The public must be wondering if there is anyone in the British
Establishment who isn’t involved in a cover-up or conspiracy or
some other serious misconduct" - says Sue Cameron in today's Telegraph
"The police are suspected of fitting up a member of the Government, our top
civil servant says there could be a gigantic conspiracy or a small one but either
way it’s better to “let the matter rest” - journalists stand accused of phone
bankers have been fiddling the Libor rate.
"Welcome to Bent Britain"
and as Allison Pearson writes in the same edition of the Telegraph -
WHY is nobody being punished for this disaster ?
Presumably because NONE of the so-called elite masters of our society
has any intention whatsoever to assume responsibility for their
actions or accountability for the consequences of their TOP-down
policy controls - whether it be to do with politics, the armed forces,
the police, health, education, social services or local government -
despite the fact that they are being handsomely paid for the task.
"IT IS often those individuals who lead these institutions that are
responsible for structuring them for corruption, so both individuals and
institutions themselves must be blamed, banned, and restructured."
"Under Ed Miliband, Labour has disowned the Blair reforms and rejects anything that weakens the power of the public sector elite for whom it now speaks. This is understandable, given that the unions are the reason Miliband is leader and provide a staggering 82 per cent of his party’s funding. Miliband is now soaring above the Tories in the polls. But sooner or later he must lay out his own agenda — and the ways in which he proposes a restoration of union power and the public sector elite.
To be against the market is to favour its alternative: a ruling class.
This explains Miliband’s deafening silence on policy. His ‘predistribution’ plan, which is supposed to encourage markets towards fairer distribution, will only create a new matrix of social, business and official relations.
He will be saying (at the next election) ‘Trust me’ at a time when voters mistrust everyone. It is an odd thought, but the Conservatives are now the natural party of reform. And at the worst possible time, Labour is becoming the party of the Establishment."
- Bonfire of the Establishment- The Spectator magazine
as Sue Cameron goes on to say in her article -
Where DID the leadership class go wrong ?
AND what can they do to start winning back public trust ?
The answers will vary from one sector to another
but there seem to be some common factors.
ONE is the ( I would say TOTAL ) disconnect between
those at the TOP and the people on the front line."
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