Jake van der Kamp, writing in the Sunday SCuM Post, has turned his sights on to the way the MPF system works here.
He asks "Why is it that bureacracies set up to serve the general public so often take the side of special interest groups against the public?" Then he goes on to mention two examples, bank and food regulators, in a list he descibes as "exhaustive", before discussing the MPF, which he describes as "prominent on the list".
"Exhaustive - examining, including or considering all elements or aspects, comprehensive." Do you see where I am going on this, Jake?