Re: Memetic engineering challenge

Chris Lees (
Wed, 07 Jul 1999 06:54:41 +0100

Date: Wed, 07 Jul 1999 06:54:41 +0100
From: Chris Lees <>
Subject: Re: Memetic engineering challenge

Aaron wrote :

> I'm going to start, generally, even vaguely. I started out by speaking of
> the Memetic Epidemiology of malicious gossip. Let me now introduce a related
> phenomenon. Abusers are tightly organized. But victims tend to be kept in
> the dark. For example, effortlessly, the domineering and violent spouse
> always seems to have their partner under constant surveillance by equally
> psychotic buddies. But the victim will have no intelligence resources what
> so ever. Evil networks easily and readily. And we all contend with chronic
> enablers. Resistance to evil, however, networks ineffectually. The proposed
> set of meme must be an organizational principle to resist, expose,
> undermine, and denounce malice and domination, from the petty to the
> flagrant. It should also be an organizational principle for constructive
> play, that includes resistance to jealous sabotage.

Woohoo! Tremendous. Go for it Aaron !


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