mediocracy

mediocracy

(ˌmiːdɪˈɒkrəsɪ)
n, pl -cies
rule by mediocre people

mediocracy

government or dominance of society by the médiocre.
See also: Society
government or dominance of society by the mediocre.
See also: Government
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Newsweak and Newspeek twin beacon magazines of the mediacracy mediocracy conspiracy:
When you push the top down and the bottom up, you end up with across-the-board mediocracy," he later added.
In the context of contemporary Italy, where the rise to power of Berlusconi's mediocracy was predicated precisely on the political inconsistency of the multitude, this position seems particularly regrettable.
One-person-one-vote is a system designed to produce the very opposite of meritocracy: call it instead a mediocracy.
You spawned Bullington boys, Champagne, caviar We spawned The Beatles, Ken Dodd, Bessie Braddock You come from a line of aristocracy It's outdated, insulting, mediocracy So enough of this cant, these lies, this hypocrisy I thought we were supposed to live in a democracy by Reg Alexander, L13
Cameron is a fervent 'in' man and would be afraid of such an initiative, even though it would elevate him to the level of a statesman rather than leaving him in the depths of mediocracy where he now abides.
FOR the first half of the season Manchester City were tearing through the league at will while their cross town rivals Manchester United looked to be on their way to completing a second successive season of mediocracy.
Jantzen Fugate said, “We don't stop at mediocracy, we don't settle for less.
Poems for the Millennium was (and is) a slap in the face of the official verse mediocracy of the New Yorker, New York Review of Books, and major US prize awarders.
The statement released during the press conference was signed by the BDP, the FJP, Al-Asala Salafi party, the Peace and Development party, the Mediocracy Forum, the Labour party, the Salafi Front, and Al-Nour Salafi party.
Besides leaving his audiences with a progressive, proactive impression, the theory sent a clear message to rank and file that mediocracy had no place at NCL.