Bureaucracy – is there no way to stop it?

Bureaucracy is an abstract term and it is a subjective term too. We call bureaucracy such control mechanisms of social processes that prove to be impediments rather than improvements.

These control structures are fauceirs, of course, and as such, right from the beginning, they are focused primarily on their own persistence. We employ this drive when we create such a structure, as persistence is tightly connected to its proper function. But if the function is no longer needed, this control structure demonstrates its resistance and is difficult to remove. You cannot expect such a structure to act altruistically, and you cannot expect it to dissipate voluntarily, so these control structures accumulate, so all societies harbor a graveyard of dysfunctional or even obstructive structures that pesters the people with cumbersome regulations.

There are some solutions to this problem that have already evolved:
1.The medieval Central European solution. Such structures have been widely removed during war times, and even in the last century Germany made great social progress only after wars. (Removing the monarchy after WW1 and fascism after WW2)
2.The present European solution. This in not exactly a solution but rather a postponement. By this method, new control structure at the European level are created to control the national ones, but often this ends up with two coexisting control structure to the same problem.
3.United States solution. In the States, there is a higher turn-over with each new administration compared to other countries, still it does not meet reasonable requirements.

A possibly applicable solution to this problem widely used among biological fauceirs is programmed death. In analogy, it has to be defined a substructure, a rule for instance, which after a certain period of time dissolves the whole control structure, and a new one has to be created that replaces it. Well, something like that already exists with governments in democratic countries, but though this changes the administration, very little is altered in bureaucratic control structures. On the contrary, there is a tendency of these structures to survive undisturbed.


Definition of Love

The all in one fauceir definition of love is as follows: Love is the sum of emotions that insure propagation of a species by natural sexual reproduction. The function of these emotions – which are fauceirs themselves, of course – is not only  to spot the most appropriate mating partner but also to overcome self protection that is to allow an other individual’s intrusion.

Much is published about how people find their best match. This is of major concern on all dating websites. And only recently geneticists added additional insight by discovering a relationship between genetic background and sexual preferences. The down regulation of self defense mechanisms is, however, underrepresented in literature about human sexual behavior and widely ignored by laypeople though mostly subconsciously it plays an important role.

All species evolved self defense mechanisms that include to not allow other individuals intrude into a defined protection area. This is overruled by sex drive. Sexual intercourse per se is a dangerous endeavor. It exposes an individual’s life to many environmental threads for the sake of propagation. Who does not believe this notion has to test how much easier flies can be caught during their sexual activities. Also, the film Circle of Love presents an example how a man’s self defense mechanisms are dangerously dysfunctional during a sexual intercourse.