Tag Archives: Obsessive Compulsive Personality Disorder (OCPD)

Syndrome E, Syndrome Q

New Scientist considers the nature of evil in Laura Spinney’s article, Is evil a disease? ISIS and the neuroscience of brutality.  Some scientists view it that way. They have listed the seven symptoms of evil as Syndrome E: The idea that evil is … Continue reading

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Getting the recognition it deserves

Hidden behind the paywall of the Times is the following letter.  It recognised the corporate Obsessive Compulsive Personality Disorder inherent in bureaucracies like the ISO management accreditation movement. A probe too far Published at 4:32PM, January 3 2008 On the … Continue reading

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Failure guaranteed

Accreditation to ISO management standards is sold as “delivering confidence”. Inspection is implied to be the source of quality.  But in fact, all that it guarantees is failure. Each inspection finds failures that it “assessors” failed to find last year.  Things … Continue reading

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The menace of the naval mind?

BS 5750 emerged from Allied military standards for industrial procurement.  Rear-Admiral Spickernell then pushed this British Standard on the ISO.  Hence the ISO 9000 series and the standards derived from it such as ISO 17025 and ISO 15189.  Now management … Continue reading

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The cartel’s stangulation technique

The quality cartel’s assessors ramp up their requirements each year.  It’s all supposed to be about the sacredness of compliance with the ISO standards and EC regulations.  But after a few years you see how the assessors are forcing you to obey the … Continue reading

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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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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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Compelled hoarding

The ISO standards require the hoarding of superseded paperwork.  Have you ever needed it? It’s just another cunning point to catch you out on! This is another example of the standards being used to transmit the anxieties and mental weaknesses of their … Continue reading

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The reward of monomania

Theodore Dalrymple explains one reason why bad theories are reluctant to die: “The problem is that nonsense can and does go by default.  It wins the argument by sheer persistence, by inexhaustible re-iteration, by staying at the meeting when everyone … Continue reading

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Obsessive Compulsive Personality Disorder

Obsessive Compulsive Personality Disorder video. What if such a person had conceived accreditation? What if ISOs were written by rooms full of them, or those unable to think differently?

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