It has come to something when utterly meaningless and mean public bureaucratic positions have been created that keeps straying citizens on the Utopian road. This ideological road, which is now heavily travelled, of course has no end. Nary a day goes by when we hear a public pension-seeker say, “We’ve come a long way but there’s still a long way to go.” Uh-huh. Sure.
In any case, Georgieva must be thanking the great spaghetti monster in the sky that her useless talents have allowed her a job in which one of her main goals is to literally count the number of penises that inhabit the rooms, halls and gender-confused washrooms of the strange island that is the European Union (EU) [see here].
In this version of the universe, 2016-style, counting penises and measuring their percentage to be less than 60% of the population is apparently a very good and noble thing. Probably no one will ever know why we had a penchant for counting the percentage of people with penises, or why anyone ever thought that this was a fantastic idea in the first place. All Georgieva knows is that as long as she continues to blather on about less penises making better decisions, or something (and this is the EU of course), it allows her to cash in, then cash out with a six-figure index-linked pension.