It is that lack of self-confidence, this deep cultural malaise, that serves to have us in a constant muddle, running around, rudderless , like headless chickens, always going backwards instead of forward.
The responsibility for unrelenting global crisis and hardship lies more appropriately with a rudderless global financial system drifting hopelessly without a solid anchor.
It seems to me that some parties support a rudderless approach both to tertiary education and to the nation in general.
Out of all the nations that make up the Union of Great Britain, England, at times, shows the most self-deprecating, wimpish and rudderless sense of national pride one could imagine.
You have the picture of a party that is rudderless and adrift, with no clear-cut strategies of providing principled opposition on issues.
The boat is rudderless ; instead it has a nozzle surrounding the propeller that turns 22 degrees off center to port or starboard.
Readers will likely find the book's practical advice as rudderless as its ethical principles.
All attempts by the director and the screenwriter to avoid convention and cliché leave the film rudderless , floundering until it becomes downright disturbing.
They are a further step in the development of the lean, low profile, rudderless boat designs originally made famous by British kayak designers and sought after by expeditioners all over the world.
Entering their thirties, the men are stuck in adolescence, rudderless , jobless, and harboring dreams of escaping their small town - dreams they never act on.