Skip to comments.Russia to cut 100,000 bureaucrat jobs by 2013: minister (First Cuba, now Russia, What about us?)
Posted on 09/20/2010 7:15:18 AM PDT by SeekAndFind
Russia plans to slash 100,000 bureaucrat jobs by 2013, Finance Minister Alexei Kudrin said on Monday, in a drive to reduce costs and modernize the country's bloated bureaucracy.
"We expect that in the three years more than 100,000 federal civil servant jobs will be cut," Kudrin was quoted by Russian news agencies as saying.
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They are slowly but methodically detoxing from Leninism.
Just as we are ingesting it.
George Soros experiment needs to end now
your red tape generator,
your pointless bureaucrat,
yearning to vegetate for a fee.....
I lift my bloated government to light the way.
The young people will not be affected as much as the old bureaucrats in this downsizing, as the older ones have little internal drive to prosper independently, as the government has given them everything all their lives. Sad to see this.
The new statue is a pyramid, upside down balancing on the point. It was modeled after the organizational chart of most government agencies.
RE: Then in the Spring she found a job working for the local judge.
Well from one government job to another, what’s not to like?
Is this “transfer” from Federal (for want of a better word ) to Municipal ( again for want of a better word )?
What about us? Well, we will be adding to our bureaucracy, see, because government spending is going to lead us out of the recession. Just like it did for the Soviet economies. Just ask the great community organizer, Captain Zero, and his chief economist, Paul (Vladimir) Krugman. Did I mention he won the Nobel Prize for Economics? </total sarcasm>
100,000 wouldn’t even be a good start.
Nation wide about 500,000 would be a good start at ALL levels of U.S. Govt.
Capt. Zero and his team believe that marxism works only if the “right” people are in charge. They have no real world experience so they believe all the liberal/marxist fantasy they have been taught. And their arrogance won’t allow them to believe that they are wrong.
Not sure. But I would think the job with the judge is more secure. She is very sharp.
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