As @xineohp mentioned, it's unlikely anyone is "watching" us. We're not relevant enough to be watched by anyone from the establishment (so to speak), at least not yet. We need to grow a lot for that to happen.
Besides, we're not doing anything wrong or illegal other than expressing and developing our policies. We're not a radical group that is espousing violence or hate crime or anything of the sort, which if you notice plenty of other political groups have increasingly been doing over the years.
Also, what is there to expose and take down? We strive to be as transparent as possible. Anyone can read this forum. Anyone can read our articles. Anyone can read our wiki. They can see what "we're up to". They can see we want a Millionaire Inheritance Tax. So what?
If anything, you should be concerned whether your affiliation with Meritocratic Democracy could affect your (a) personal life and (b) work life, but then again for (b) most people will not ask you about politics or religion as they know that can lead to heated debates.
You're not in danger. You're not relevant enough to be in danger, that's the harsh truth. None of us are. One day we will be, but the danger will most likely be from fanatics that hate us because we want to implement 100% inheritance tax.
Lastly, you should assume that anything you do or say on the internet can one day be used against you. Pretty much nothing disappears from the internet. That's why we embrace transparency. On the one hand as a core value and on the other because it's less of a headache than trying to "keep things secret" when really there's nothing to keep secret and it's often an obstacle in the way of getting more people on board.
If you're asking this question, then this is what I suggest: Start a small project that you think will benefit Meritocratic Democracy. Maybe an article or research or a pamphlet. Post your progress. Keep doing this. Ask for help when you need it. This will inspire and motivate others and creates a positive cycle.