>he anti-post-colonialist leftist argument that actually the white man be oppressing those black africans (or haitians post-disaster)
use words focused on the profiteering to promote the convergent point acceptable to our enemy's rhetoric. The analogy will establish well establish itself in the parallel details of the critique, even if the word itself affords us little leverage. Tear farmers. Rat bundles (used to refer to donations, which were left to rot in Haiti and become food for pests) Donor overflow (thy donors overfloweth, thy funding tis' reapportioned)
of a society: lethargically robust
of a discipline: Sloth engineering. Opiate architects.
>Any of these that need further explanation obviously don't work and should go in the bin
true, but don't discard if they are intuitive in a targetable sub-population (like LessWrongers mention ITT)
>pre-existing terms: prosecutor/prosecutory/prosecutor's discretion, parallel construction.
>More terms could rope the media into it, but ought to keep the focus on selective prosecution of technical crimes because we already have terms like "media circus" that will overshadow anything not clearly distinct.
also "manufactured consent" which should be a much more popular term in the age of "stick those covid patients in the old folks home, we need funding" and "you can't go surfing alone, you'll kill grandma" so it might be ripe for mitosis
>the terms "crucify" and "crucifixion" seem to have potential in this topic with the intimidation, fear factor and self-policing of anarcho-tyranny. de-politicized regular spread is especially important for any term that can b represented as overly dramatic. existing terms: pan-opticon, learned helplessness
"$X crucifixion" could use $X to related to crucifixion in many different ways- $x crucified, crucifying, the role of the nails or the cross ...and "holding up the helpless to bleed/starve painfully" fits well what they did to Rhittenhouse's defense fund when people lost their jobs for donating to it. Enter "Bail crucifixion" which we will certainly see again, carrying with it some lingering cultural intuition of the manipulated masses calling for Barabas.
>-what is officially government or not is meaningless in a world where government is both controlled by and funds undying external entities
secondary/tertiary/indirect/second-order government. K.I.S.S.
>Talk about Black Cube, Kroll Inc, etc
elite mercenary factions. "elite" plays two roles here and "factions" enhances the second meaning. They aren't just corporate harassment pro creeps and snoops- they are "elite" and affiliated with an "elite"
>("economies of blackmail", "reputation ransom/hostage", "incriminating hazing")
some analogy about ships or being in the same boat maybe? People tying themselves together or something else which implies "if one of us goes down we all do"
in context: "price of admission"
"Well, covid and ukraine are over... and now, back to talking about taxes!"
>something about "half-life" would fit. (radioactive decay consuming half of a sample over a period, maybe "virtuous half-life" to point out that social credit and reputation rot away instead of accruing interest in the context of the mass media system)
maybe something pointing out how fame itself is the reason people are at risk of being cancelled? Nobody cares about a loser enough to get him cancelled, but if a "hollywood icarus" flies too high he might get "disinfected by starlight" (Is sunlight disinfection a common enough concept for this to be acceptable?)
"antisocial" exists, if there is room for more terms here we ought to focus on a nuance to highlight. "eusocial" is a good one too, maybe "malsocial" or "dys-social" would be good terms to remove the "we are referring to loner losers here" essence in the term "antisocial". Maybe these terms but with hyphen "civil" instead?
depends on what you want to refer to. ZOG wars, outsourcing to the 3rd world across fragile supply chains, slave labor as "free trade"... there is a lot of material to countersignal with here.
>all mean "I'm hitler. Nice to meet you."