Monthly Archives: June 2013

Monster Zero, ISO9001 and Workplace Environment

Amidst lots of mystic rambling to expose boredom-addicted Monster Zero, this paper, The Anatomy, Life Cycle and Effects of the Phenomenologically Distributed Human Parasite M0,  has a long section on how ISO 90001 has poisoned the workplace.  It provides a much-needed but rather debatable interpretation … Continue reading

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Personnel Reliability Program…Insider Threat Program

We observed below the Personnel Reliability Program to ensure the reliability of terror everywhere.  This seems to be part of the “Insider Threat” programme described by Jacob Chamberlain: “A program being implemented by the Obama administration titled “Insider Threat” requires millions … Continue reading

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Care Quality Commission: Destroy the evidence and sue

Read how the expensive inspectors employed to assure the quality of health care behave when their deadly inadequacy and corruption is exposed: New CQC chief threatened to sue after we exposed failings The new head of the Care Quality Commission … Continue reading

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Personnel Reliability Program to ensure the reliability of terror everywhere

Personnel Reliability Program…now there’s an idea for those seeking to ensure the terror never goes away.  And the money keeps flowing through the government from the taxpayer to the favoured contractor.  The outsider threat…the insider threat.  Where to turn?   … Continue reading

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‘You’re the doctor, what would you do?’ Stop it.

Theodore Dalrymple summarises the issues on screening for diseases.  ISO accreditation is a screening test with poorer performance characteristics.  It is also a treatment that offers no cure, just endless repetition. Unproven prevention; no hope of a cure – since … Continue reading

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It’s all starting to connect…

We know that psychopathy is common among banksters and their ilk. We don’t yet know about the psychiatric state of those who invented and develop accreditation. We do know the stress induced in innocent employees by pointless and obsessive inspection … Continue reading

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