Ah yes, the government. It doesn’t matter who it is or how long they’ve been in power, policy changes take a long time to implement if they are to be well thought out and given time to take effect. It doesn’t stop the complaints and protests from those who demand instant change and immediate improvement to their way of life. Only instant solutions that are in front of us will work - remove this, replace it with that, sack them, hire them, jail them and our favourite, spend more.
I could keep going here for probably 100,000 more words until it all loops round to ‘company staff’ again because it appears to be a pattern. Take football as another example. Ask yourself why do so many people support the top six teams in England over their local team? Why are top footballers paid so much? Why do managers last on average only 6 to 18 months in a job? Why were none of these things the case 30 to 40 years ago? It all leads to our lack of patience for instant success. Pick a subject that is important to you, think about the things you don’t like about it or problems that it faces and you’ll probably find that our impatience plays a large part in those issues.
I make music and video, I believe I’m a pretty creative person and like to think of what I do as art, my art. Whether you see it that way or like it or not is up to you. It has and always will be down to personal opinion.