“I had no rights,” said Eugenio Hasler, a former lay official who worked at the highest levels of the Governorate of Vatican City State, the Vatican’s principal administrative office.
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Vatican’s Management Culture Creates Tension, Insecurity

PART 2: Past and present employees say the culture reflects more of a political than Christian entity. VATICAN CITY — “I had no rights,” said Eugenio…
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"There was a constant atmosphere of barely concealed threat," said one -- In all fairness, this is Italy and that's the way things have always been done. :D Pic related.
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"In an absolute monarchy, unfortunately, what can be done?" -- Same thing that's always been done. Wait the monarch out. Prayer helps pass the time. ;-)

"a general culture of mismanagement in the Vatican helps foster corruption, especially in the context of finances"

In all fairness, this is a Latin-American Marxist pope, that's the way things have always been done.

Look at Venezuela. The …More
"In an absolute monarchy, unfortunately, what can be done?" -- Same thing that's always been done. Wait the monarch out. Prayer helps pass the time. ;-)

"a general culture of mismanagement in the Vatican helps foster corruption, especially in the context of finances"

In all fairness, this is a Latin-American Marxist pope, that's the way things have always been done.

Look at Venezuela. The West's answer to OPEC, natural source of revenue sitting in the ground and the country is a financial disaster.

"The management culture, he and other staffers said, resembles that of a court where those who have the ears of power have the influence."

In all fairness, this is the Vatican that's the way things have always been done.

"But those challenging circumstances reportedly include superiors acting unjustly and as laws unto themselves. "

In all fairness, this is the Vatican that's the way things have always been done. :P

"once someone powerful in the Curia hires a person, then that person’s loyalties 'go to the individual, or ‘gang,’ who employed him."

In all fairness, this is Italy and that's the way things have always been done. :P

"A Sicilian porter in one of the dicasteries used to tell my boss to be careful with those whom the porter used to refer to as ‘old lions,’".

In all fairness, this is Italy and that's the way things have always been done. :P:P

"and the presence of homosexuality among clergy, some of whom also tend to operate like a mafia, seems to be is a contributing factor."

...and that has been going on for decades during JPII and Benedict XVI, just in case a certain somebody gets his Bergoglio Jimmies rustled. Pic related. ;-)