This might actually be the beginning of the end for the Duterte kakistocracy
,' De Lima, the fiercest critic of Mr.
Who needs Duterte and his kakistocracy
of the worst and banal of public officials, if the military has so much more talent to offer from its ranks than Duterte's dysfunctional lot of 'the best and brightest'?
Baleful words with archaic roots rattle in the mouth like loose teeth: plutocracy, kleptocracy, gerontocracy, kakistocracy
At least delusional behaviour in the UK isn't as bad as in the US, where the deluded truly have created a kakistocracy
It's a kind of vulgar indecency that embodies arrogance, narcissism, rigidity, narrow-mindedness, xenophobia and fear that is already expressing itself in the form of violence, and perhaps an unearned sense of entitlement, just a few expressions to describe the psyche of those who were under a kakistocracy
- the word which is used to describe a government in which the worst persons were in power.
ALASKA : Trump executive order immigration / Vladimir Putin / Wikileaks / Rosneft (Russian state-owned oil company) / Meryl Streep Golden Globes speech / kakistocracy
/ Russia sanctions / Department of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
I discovered a word of Greek origin that perfectly describes Trump: kakistocracy
, which means, "a government under the control of a nation's worst and/or least-qualified citizens.
The American poet James Russell Lowell wrote back in 1876: "Is ours a government of the people, by the people, for the people, or a kakistocracy
rather, for the benefit of knaves at the cost of fools?
Should we then be coming to a conclusion that our PM's high rhetoric notwithstanding, the backwash of intolerance and communal hate has brought India about as near to kakistocracy
as it has ever come
For defining and analyzing all six types of faculty voting systems, in the following section we will elaborate on the basis of six academic theories: (1) meritocracy, (2) bureaucracy, (3) multiculturallacy, (4) timocracy, (5) plutocracy, and (6) kakistocracy
in more depth.
In matters of strict politics, the author very suggestively describes Puerto Rico's political system as a kakistocracy
The liberal movement, which in its earlier days aimed at displacing the titled aristocracy, has now come full circle and is establishing an entitled kakistocracy
that is going to be, is intended to be, the death-by-starvation of the American republic.