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667.  Religion, to me, is a bureaucracy between man and God that I don't need.  (Religion & Bureaucracy)  Bill Maher
 

 

38,666.  Jim:  The National Health Service, Humphrey, is an advanced case of galloping bureaucracy.

 

Sir Humphrey:  Ooooh, certainly not galloping.  A gentle canter at the most.  (Government & Bureaucracy & Health Service)  Yes, Minister: The Compassionate Society s2e1

 

 

47,236.  Hell hath no fury like a bureaucrat scorned.  (Hell & Bureaucracy)  Milton Friedman

 

 

75,776.  The heroes you crucify, and the bureaucrats sit out there and tell each other what a great job they’re doing until another city blows up.  And then they say, we need more tools.  (Hero & Bureaucracy)  David Schiffers, Investigative Counsel of Bill Clinton

 

 

59,639.  The system was remarkably efficient and streamlined.  The whole of the Empire was administered by just ten thousand of these bureaucrats.  Modern Britain has half a million.  (Rome & Empire: Rome & Bureaucracy & Civilisation)  Professor Richard Miles, The Ancient World VI, City of Man, City of God

 

 

65,804.  The bureaucracy-bashing revolution is under way.  It’s no longer management by the book and in fact the book has been re-written and in some cases literally thrown out.  Tom Peters, founder Liberation Management

 

 

65,805.  Guidelines for bureaucrats: 1) When in charge, ponder; 2) When in trouble, delegate; 3) When in doubt, mumble.  James H Boren, New York Times 8 November 1970

 

 

65,806.  Every revolution evaporates and leaves behind only the slime of a new bureaucracy.  (Bureaucracy & Revolution)  Franz Kafka

 

 

65,807.  Bureaucracies are inherently antidemocratic.  Bureaucrats derive their power from their position in the structure, not from their relations with the people they are supposed to serve.  The people are not masters of the bureaucracy, but its clients.  Alan Keyes

 

 

65,808.  The UN bureaucracy has grown to elephantine proportions.  Now that the Cold War is over, we are asking that elephant to do gymnastics.  (Bureaucracy & United Nations)  Madeleine Albright

 

 

65,809.  Bureaucracy, the rule of no one, has become the modern form of despotism.  Mary McCarthy

 

 

65,810.  ‘But the plans were on display ...’

 

‘On display?  I eventually had to go down to the cellar to find them.’

 

‘That’s the display department.’

 

‘With a flashlight.’

 

‘Ah, well, the lights had probably gone.’

 

‘So had the stairs.’

 

‘But look, you found the notice, didn’t you?’

 

‘Yes,’ said Arthur, ‘yes I did.  It was on display in the bottom of a locked filing cabinet stuck in a disused lavatory with a sign on the door saying Beware of the Leopard.’  Douglas Adams, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy

 

 

65,811.  The true nature of bureaucracy may be nowhere more obvious to the observer than in a developing country, for only there will it still be made manifest by the full complement of documents, files, veneered desks and cabinets – which convey the strict and inverse relationship between productivity and paperwork.  Alain de Botton, The Pleasures and Sorrows of Work

 

 

65,812.  Bureaucracy – the giant power wielded by pygmies.  Honoré de Balzac

 

 

65,813.  Bureaucracy expands to meet the needs of the expanding bureau- -cracy.  Oscar Wilde

 

 

65,814.  Our society is run by a managerial bureaucracy, by professional politicians; people are motivated by mass suggestion, their aim is producing more and consuming more, as purposes in themselves.  Erich Fromm, The Art of Loving 1956

 

 

65,815.  Bureaucracy destroys initiative.  There is little that bureaucrats hate more than innovation, especially innovation that produces better results than the old routines.  Improvements always make those at the top of the heap look inept.  Frank Herbert, Heretics of Dune 1984

 

 

65,816.  Bureaucracy is ever desirous of spreading its influence and its power.  You cannot extend the mastery of the government over the daily working life of a people without at the same time making it the master of the people’s souls and thoughts.  Herbert Hoover, campaign speech in New York, 22 October 1928

 

 

65,817.  A bureaucracy always tends to become a pedantocracy.  John Stuart Mill, On Representative Government 1861 VI

 

 

65,818.  Bureaucracy and social harmony are inversely proportional to each other.  Leon Trotsky, The Revolution Betrayed 1936 p41

 

 

96,642.  Levels of bureaucracy that border on the obsessive.  (Egypt & Bureaucracy)  Robert Tressell, The Ragged Trousered Philanthropist