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Posted by  Manuel Oliveros on April 28, 2003 at 09:56:43:

In Reply to:  Corrupt Building Officials here in the Philippines posted by Howard Roark on April 19, 2003 at 01:35:38:

And in Spain ... and USA, for what I read.

Evil (and greed) is quite distributed in the world. Even worse than these flatly illegal -even if general- practices (that also happen in Spain, as I say), it is the legalized corruption: which is when the entire system works to benefit of the few against the interests of the many. The few only need to care about filling some papers and even if you meet the SAME requirements the corrupt system ensures they are awarded contracts and financial help. They afford themselves to have, contrarily to some of the alone lesser corrupt officials, blind faith in the extant rampant injustice, that of the corrupt legal and political system.

One can't but reflect how much we have ahead for a just world when one sees a viceroy being named for Iraq. Of course this is the world as is: an unjust world.

But to everyone with his or her deeds.

 
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