Gissa Job

This is what really hurts:

Both are using patterns of political preferment to appoint inappropriate and under-qualified people to critical public positions.

Says the Tre Professori of economics without any technical training in economics.

4 thoughts on “Gissa Job”

  1. These inappropriate and under-qualified people are the ones that will get into positions of power in the courageous state. And he can’t stop that from happening.

  2. These inappropriate and under-qualified people are the ones that will get into positions of power in the courageous state. And he can’t stop that from happening.

    If they believe in what he believes in they cannot, by definition, be ‘inappropriate’. Though I think he considers literally everyone else in the world to be under-qualified compared to him.

  3. There was an awfully pleasant guy in charge of Public Health England until recently. He just wasn’t any good at evaluating evidence and risk planning. Prioritising health inequalities. And was a socialist. Didn’t work out well, but obviously was the appropriate appointment because he was a nice man and a nice manager.

  4. SadButMadLad
    October 27, 2020 at 11:02 am

    These inappropriate and under-qualified people are the ones that will get into positions of power in the courageous state. And he can’t stop that from happening.

    He’s not mad that he can’t stop if from happening, he’s mad that he can’t make it happen for himself.

    If he’d put half the effort into building up a practice that he puts into writing long-winded gibberish in support of fascism he’d actually be more respected in the halls of government and maybe even listened to occasionally.

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