By which you mean inviting in our economic hit men and accepting loans?
OK, what possible harm can these "economic hit men" do? It is not like it is possible to make the economic situation in North Korea any worse than it already is.
And he sure as hell isn't going on a rampage of revenge over a merely satisfactory evaluation.
No, he is going on a rampage of revenge over getting fired. If he had made these allegations in a format that did not suggest that he was a loose canon, I would agree with you. The police have lost the benefit of the doubt (especially the LAPD). However, Dorner has made himself even less credible than the LAPD (and that takes some doing).
Dorner's actions in this rampage indicate that the LAPD made the correct choice in firing him. There are already too many police officers who believe that they have the right to use the power of their position to enact revenge against they perceive as having wronged them. Now if only the LAPD would fire the rest of the megalomaniac officers.
Forcing everything to be done in the open and audited makes it obvious if you are corrupt and so it's far easier to stay straight.
That is not about regulations...and neither was the example given by the OP. They are about how the regulations are set up AND it is much easier to enforce open and honest regulation if there is not very much of it. When you have so many laws and regulations that no one person can possible know all of them, then you will see corruption increase.
Regulation, when done well, is almost impossible to corrupt.
I'm sorry but that statement needs some evidence to support it, as my experience indicates that increasing government regulation always results in increasing corruption.
"Card readers? We don't need no stinking card readers." -- Peter da Silva (at the National Academy of Sciencies, 1965, in a particularly vivid fantasy)