The latest news on our Dear Leader is that he relishes dumping on powerless underlings who can't fight back, such as Air Force stewards. What a big man he is!
To date, the press has focused on this idea that the RAAF has screwed up on a number of occasions by failing to provide the vitils that Dear Leader demands. However, this assumes that someone in the Dear Leader's office bothered to tell the RAAF of his demands. What do you call that list of demands that rock groups have when they play at a gig? You know, where they ask for a bowl of M&M's that are only blue? Ah yes, a rider.
Now, one thing we know about the Dear Leader is that he flogs his staff mercilessly, working them around the clock with endless demands. 16 of them have burned out so far and quit. In those circumstances, where you have people that are fatigued, overloaded and subject to frequently changing demands, and where key people are quitting on a regular basis, don't you think it just might be possible for someone to forget to tell the RAAF that the Dear Leader wants something done a particular way?
So far, it has been assumed that the RAAF stuffed up the catering arrangements. But what if the stuff up was in fact in Krudd's office instead? How stupid would he look then, taking out his anger on a defenceless underling when the screwup was on his side of the fence instead, and all of his own making. If he didn't work his staff into the ground, they'd be less prone to making mistakes like this.
Just a thought.