Why Isn’t A Meritocracy Better Than A Democracy?

Either not subjugated to our evolutionary objectives is merely a rebel without a cause.

Well, a meritocracy we portray to have today, not subjugated to our evolutionary objectives, merely yields a very narrow vile-maxim of riches as the standard deviation of merit. Hence, a meritocracy not subjugated to our collective interests is just as bad as a democracy ignoring the same. Pick your poison.

The way to secure a meritocracy is to align human merit to our collective evolutionary objectives. Merit subjugated to the freedom of freedom to ensure a continual renewal of the real contribution to our evolutionary objectives aligned with our ever-changing equilibrium with nature.

Once we establish such evolutionary goalposts, a meritocracy of ever-expanding inequality will be much better than the stifling regurgitation of equality derived from the groupthink of a democracy.

The sign of an intelligent nation is its willingness and ability to reinvent itself, upstream. Let’s inspire the world with new rigors of excellence we first and successfully apply to ourselves.

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