Rohe's theorem


Rohe's theorem: "Designers of systems tend to design ways for themselves to bypass the system."

Or more generally: those who create or advance a system seek to prevent themselves from being exposed to it, perhaps as they have intimate knowledge of the faults or the predatory nature of the system.


In some cases, the following sayings relate: "never get high on your own product" and "Those who say the system works work for the system."

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