Hello, you guys can call me Solon, real name is Alejandro.
I am from the north Mexican state of Coahuila, bordered with Texas, where I currently reside. I have lived in North Texas for 19 months. In my experience, that region, along with Austin could become hotbeds for potential Meritocrats, but I can explain that later in another topic. I currently reside in South Texas, on the border next to the Gulf.
I spend my free time learning primarily, catching up on current events by reading or watching videos/documentaries; my favorite subjects are History, Philosophy, Psychology, Sociology. Music is a form of art I enjoy everyday on my spare time or as I multitask. I won't lie, I do enjoy taking certain drugs for recreational purposes too.
Aside from the Meritocracy International, I have never been involved with political activism.
Spanish is my first language, followed by English. I also did study two years of elementary French in High School and two semesters of German in College; so I can understand reading those.
My skills include writing, I attended the University of North Texas where I predominantly studied philosophy, and gave my exegesis on the different concepts learned.
I am not one to bluster nor am I confident in any of my skills. Although I could say I am fairly well rounded in my interests. Although a virtue of mine is that I hate to steal, cheat, or harm others, (the opposite of what our Elites do!)
I have read all articles published by TMP, but I'll give a brief understanding of; Meritocracy is a system which seeks to undermine the primitive aspect of human nature (rule of the jungle) by using our current and future understanding of human psychology. It seeks to predistribute the assets (resources) our world has to offer so that all – regardless of empirically noted categorical differences – can prosper through an equal opportunity. The system is preserved through enthusiasm towards the state via actualization that positive liberty posits. Monopoly is outlawed as to allow for genuine competition that elevates innovation, this is what I'd describe the outcome of Social Capitalism. Finally all citizens are treated equally on the offset but differently in regards to their talents and inclinations to flourish them, via Custom education and 100% IT. This system appeals to me because I acknowledge human potential is wasted to sustain a system that is broken and only serves a few bloated egos. I have seen the struggle of everyday people first hand and know there is a better way, I couldn't point my finger as to why at first, but when I discovered Meritocracy it only seemed like the best viable solution to the ills of inequality, famine, disease, ignorance, and trafficking of human labor.
I am already contributing, mainly through writing although I am slow to deem a piece 'ready.' I also enjoy researching, so I can contribute in that aspect too.
Those previously stated. I would also like to learn how to implement the ideas that work to recruit people in my vicinity and beyond, lets get the ball rolling!