Feigning Incompetence

There’s this general belief that our beloved leaders, these so-called geniuses running the show, they’re just bumbling idiots who couldn’t run a lemonade stand, much less a country. Oh, they’ve got degrees from Harvard, Yale, Oxford, and all the rest. Advanced degrees! Yet, the minute they step foot in the capitol, suddenly they’re as confused as a chameleon in a bag of skittles.

I mean, come on, it’s a circus act! They want us to think they’re out there spinning plates, juggling chainsaws, and riding unicycles all at once, and oops! Every so often they just slip up, drop a chainsaw, and hey presto, we’ve got a social crisis on our hands. We’re meant to believe that these are just “accidents” and “unforeseen circumstances” due to their “incompetence.”

Well, folks, I hate to burst your bubble, but it’s all a magic trick. A sleight of hand, a distraction, a grand illusion. Like the magician who wants you to look at his right hand while he’s pulling a rabbit out of his hat with his left.

These so-called “incompetent” leaders are from the finest schools, they’ve got an army of equally well-educated folks backing them up, they’ve got more resources than a kid in a candy store. And you’re telling me they can’t figure out how to run a country without “accidentally” causing a crisis every few weeks?

Nah, folks, it’s not incompetence we’re dealing with here. It’s malice. It’s deliberate, it’s calculated. Every crisis, every blunder, every “whoops, my bad,” it’s all part of the plan. And why would they do this? Well, it’s simple: nothing diffuses responsibility quite like a good dose of feigned incompetence.

Nobody blames the toddler for knocking over the vase, right? Well, when your leaders are acting like toddlers, they’re hoping you’ll treat them the same way. And while you’re cleaning up the mess, they’re sneaking off with the cookie jar.

Our dear leaders aren’t dimwits. They’re clever as foxes. In all their wisdom, they decided to solve a housing crisis by adding more people? The real kicker here isn’t the sheer insanity of it all. Oh, no. It’s the fact that they’re doing it on purpose.

Now, if you’ve been to school — and I’m not talking about those fancy ivy league schools, but any school where they teach you simple math — you’d know if you got more people, you’re gonna need more houses. It’s as simple as that. But suddenly, when you’re a hotshot in government, this fundamental math and any common sense takes a backseat.

So, here’s the play-by-play. They open the doors, let in millions of new folks – wonderful, hopeful people looking for a better life. But these leaders, these Harvard graduates, act surprised when these people, you know, need places to live! “Oh dear,” they say, “We didn’t see that coming!” As if housing stats and market demand were some arcane knowledge locked away in the vaults of the Library of Alexandria!

And just like that, we’ve got a housing shortage. Prices skyrocket, folks are getting kicked out onto the street, and landlords are grinning like Cheshire cats. All while our so-called leaders play innocent, shrugging their shoulders and saying, “Who knew?”

But here’s the thing, folks. It’s not like housing is some new-fangled concept that we’re just figuring out. No, we’ve been putting roofs over our heads since we were in caves. We’ve got teams of economists, statisticians, hell, they’ve got whole departments dedicated to this stuff. They’ve got numbers coming out the wazoo.

You’re telling me they couldn’t see the writing on the wall? That they didn’t know if you add more people, you need more houses? Nah, that’s not incompetence, folks. That’s design. It’s as clear as the smirk on a real estate mogul’s face as he jacks up the rent.

They know exactly what they’re doing. They knew adding more people would strain the housing market, create a shortage, and boom, suddenly your modest suburban house is worth twice as much, and you’re rich… on paper. Meanwhile, real people are dealing with real problems.

Have you ever seen one of those old-fashioned pressure cookers? You know the type, they get hotter and hotter and if you’re not careful, the whole thing blows up in your face. Now, think of that cooker as our dear planet. We’ve got pollution choking the skies, cities bursting at the seams, and infrastructure that’s creakier than your grandma’s attic. What’s our brilliant solution to this simmering pot of disaster? You guessed it: crank up the heat, baby!

You see, if our leaders were really serious about solving these issues, they’d be doing something different. They’d be cutting down on immigration, restricting it so only the brightest and best come in, but that’s not what they’re doing. Nope, instead they’re throwing the doors wide open, letting anyone and everyone stroll right in.

Now, don’t get me wrong. I love folks from all walks of life. But the problem isn’t just the illiterate people who are only interested in benefitting from an advanced society they can’t create. It’s the planning. We’re adding more bodies, more demand, and what do we get? More pollution, more congestion, and infrastructure that’s teetering on the edge.

Imagine if you had a boat that’s about to capsize, and you keep adding more people to it, thinking it’s going to make it more stable. That’s the kind of logic we’re dealing with here, folks.

And let me tell you, this isn’t about some lofty ideals of diversity or global unity. No, siree. This is about creating problems, so they don’t have to fix the ones we already have. It’s like tossing a grenade and then complaining about the noise.

If they were serious about solving these issues, they’d be putting the brakes on, not hitting the gas. But they’re not. They’re hiding behind a veneer of humanitarianism while they play hot potato with our future.

And why? Because every time they create a new crisis, they get to dodge the blame for the old ones. They’re not serving the public interest, they’re serving their own. They keep us focused on the latest disaster, and we forget to ask why the last one never got fixed.

It’s a merry-go-round of madness, folks. And until we make them get off and face the music, they’ll keep spinning us in circles, laughing all the way. Because the biggest joke of all? It’s not on them. It’s on us.

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