Yes, the government when it says it is fighting the corruption – the bid government cannot fight CORRUPTION because it creates corruption.
Corruption is dishonest or fraudulent conduct by those in power, typically involving bribery.
Such dishonest and fraudulent conduct always (almost always) is the case when somebody distribute collective money (not the money made by own labors or entrepreneurial skills).
And that is precisely what the government is doing.
The government is expropriating money from the citizens (from those who made the money by own labors or entrepreneurial skills) and redistributing the expropriated to those who strengthen the government and its powerful chieftains:
> to those who vote to keep the big government in power – though numerous welfare and assistance programs,
> to those who donate the money for election campaigns – through numerous legislative regulations that benefit the big businesses,
> to those who support them in the news-media – through legislative absolution from the responsibility for false-information distribution, and most importantly, to those in the law enforcement who cover up all the swindles for personal enrichment of the ruling government circles.
Recently President Joe Biden announced the new government efforts to fight the corruption.
That means the new bureaucracies to fight the ‘corruption’ will be created that will receive the new money for fighting the ‘corruption’ that will be used for the same corruption.
No doubt there are many good people who are running for the Congress with the intent to fix the system and unroot the corruption. However, the almighty government subdue them, and force them to follow the ‘rule.’
Thus, the government is the corruption itself, but the government is needed. What to do?
The answer to this question is clear to all who know the history of human societies’ being either ruined or successful:
The government should be limited in taxation and legislation only to the task of protecting the citizens from all enemies foreign and domestic. All morality/virtues-related issues should be decided at the local/community level. It would let the people at the local/community level keep most of the wealth created by them in their own hands and use this extra wealth to improve the lives of all unfortunates in their localities/communities.
In the meantime, the government wants more money for corruptive redistribution and its own enrichment.
From the news-media
Sen. Elizabeth Warren made the mistake on Tuesday of going after Tesla CEO and eccentric billionaire Elon Musk. He promptly destroyed her in response.
The conflict began when the progressive politician and “tax the rich” crusader tweeted out a Boston Globe news article about Musk being named Time Magazine Person of the Year for 2021.
“Let’s change the rigged tax code so The Person of the Year will actually pay taxes and stop freeloading off everyone else,” the senator wrote. (Warren is likely referencing illegally leaked IRS files that show Musk paid no federal income taxes in 2018 through legal tax minimization strategies and the fact that almost all of his wealth does not derive from traditional income — he pays a lot in other taxes.)
The irony of a career politician, who subsists off the taxpayer dime, decrying a wildly successful entrepreneur who has created countless jobs and innovations as a “freeloader” was simply too much for Musk to resist. With intoxicating levels of chaos energy and internet meme-lordery key parts of his persona, Musk is not one to take a slight lying down.
“If you opened your eyes for 2 seconds, you would realize I will pay more taxes than any American in history this year,” he replied. “Don’t spend it all at once … oh wait you did already.”
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