Free speech bounds - what you're not allowed to say directly

Here in the intro is a good overview of the dynamics of accepted speech. The major concerns are relating to power and the preservance of law and order, which any successful state has to maintain and enforce.

We’re not allowed to talk about certain illegal acts! So that means avoiding talking about replacing a government in any way other than a due political process. That’s the law as it stands right now. That’s not affecting in any way the reality of meritocracy and its superior nature to other political systems! It won’t stop true meritocrats coming on board.

What we are allowed to explain are ideas, and the power of social change in pro-social ways. If you’re wanting another good overview of this nature, then these guidelines should be interesting:

In particular:

When considering ‘harm’ this should include not only harm to the viewer but also harm to anyone else arising from the viewer’s behavior. In considering ‘harm’ this should not be restricted to children and young persons only but also any other vulnerable person. Potential harm should also not be restricted to physical harm but should be extended to any moral harm that may be caused by:

  • Desensitising the viewer to the effects of violence

  • Degrading a viewer’s sense of empathy

  • Encouraging a dehumanised view of others

  • Suppressing pro-social attitudes

  • Encouraging anti-social attitudes

  • Reinforcing unhealthy fantasies

  • Eroding a sense of moral responsibility

In regard to children potential harm should also be extended to:

  • Retarding social and moral development

  • Distorting a viewer’s sense of right and wrong

  • Limiting the viewer’s capacity for compassion

These are all society’s Superego which is a force you’re not supposed to go up against. Because everyone must feel safe, secure and like their life isn’t being tread-on or imposed-upon. That is one way daily civilization is able to operate.

So with the message about meritocracy - it has to be inspiring and uplifting; it has to appeal to the Superego sense of purpose, duty, justice and positive social contribution. Meritocracy features Superego overtones of positive empathy, positive liberty, a pro-social agenda. It has to - it’s a meritocracy and needs to apply the best economy of human effort & cooperation. It has the highest of goals - civilizational good; rational good; social optimization.

It’s good to keep this in mind when presenting it - consider that meritocracy is as real as a high-quality idea of its type can be; go after current social issues of high interest and try to dissect why they must be happening that particular way, and then imagine what a new type of system would achieve.

What kinds of differences would really impact you in 20 years if a meritocracy was achieved? Wouldn’t things make more sense? Isn’t this the type of world you advocate and would like to support the creation of, right now? What if our current false economy of cheap money was upfiltered with clean, raw human prowess and talent and expertise?

This is what we are advocating; within a world that’s currently spiralling into world debt and a low average income - problems which are purely financial in themselves and shouldn’t even be an issue in and of themselves! It’s crazy to punish people just for not being 100% perfect on their managing money, when they are the main active contributors to the actual work in that economy of human effort - counterproductive, no matter what mainstream economist you go for. We need a meritocracy for reasons like this: because these patterns impact every single person alive and they’re destroying our capability to deal with world issues.

We need meritocracy for merit’s sake: because the only thing separating you from the highest seat in government should be the quality of work you’ve put in. Any democracy frequently has issues with its politicians having to lie or reposition to keep political consensus together. Public Relations and media coverage is what modern democratic governments themselves (governing projects) are built on. We need a governing process which respects no amount of cronyism or nepotism, and then those of us with the talents can get to work right away - we will know who this is by their actions and skills and abilities, achieved in current existing capacities.


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