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edit Creation of Secretariacy
Many systems of government have been around for a thousand years or more. Dictatorships, Republics, Idiocies, and Monarchies have brought our world from the brink of destruction into an age of peace and prosperity, and back to the brink of destruction. While these systems have functioned well for many hundreds of years, in the last few a new type of government has emerged.
First started by a winner of the Kentuckistan Derby, a Secretariacy is designed to avoid the problems which have plagued these other systems of government. Based around secrecy and having someone else do your work for you, a Secretariacy has many benefits over these other forms of government.
edit The Benefits of a Secretariacy
As can be seen in the table below, (compiled by my secretary) the benefits of a Secretariacy are great indeed:
|Someone else does the work||Yes||No||No||Yes|
|You'd like to have sex with them||No||No||No||Yes|
|After you're done golfing||No||No||No||Yes|
edit Secretariacies in use Today
A most noted organisation, Uncyclopedia is a Secretariacy. For such a organisation dedicated to quality and commitment, this form of government works well. Founded on the principle of "eh, someone else will do it", Uncyclopedia quickly convereted from a Monarchy into a Secretariacy. The legions of secretaries have continued to grow, and to date, Uncyclopedia is one of the most successful Secretariacies in the world.
edit Power Structure in a Secretariacy
Secretariacies have differing power structures, but all share a similar, pyramidal shape. Unique to the Secretariacy, the bottom-most position is dedicated to keeping the power structure shaped like a pyramid. As an example, observe the Uncyclopedia Power Structure:
|Uncyclopedia is a Secretariacy,|
and is kept running by these individuals:
The Secretary of the Undersecretary
The Secretary in Charge of Secretarian Affairs
The Secretary to the Secretary in Charge of Secretarian Affairs
The Committee in Charge of Making Sure that the Uncyclopedia Power Structure Template resembles a pyramid