How will political campaigns be affected by systemaccounting?


The promise associated with an individual is best signaled by their actions; not their words. Today, the physical legitimacy of an individual's words is often compromised by hosting a contest for Who Can Affirm Public Expectation the Most. Leading according to public expectation is the opposite of leadership (rejecting expectation solely because it comes from the public, included). Therefore, entering the competition to juggle agreeing with as many people as possible while exceeding their position as "leader" produces a creature whose only substance is the ingratiating conduct they cunningly tender in exchange for fame. Judgement in favor of securing public acceptance instead of facts on its behalf produces a different outcome: Of course, the Archetype Public Affirmer hasn't the capacity to solve any other problem besides how they are publicly-perceived. Of course, installing the contest winner in an office where they are allowed to falsify the mechanics of trade will produce a sinkhole of debt that swallows an economy whole.

The inability of the public to hold a policy author's words to a scientific standard of accountability is what enables the competition to service false expectation. Systemaccounting empowers the public to detect individuals who, after issuing their words, achieve distinction by proving them through their actions.

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As the distinction between the imaginary and the physical increases with clarity, those who previously sought to advance themselves by issuing false words, i.e. words predicting no physical quantity, will subsequently find they are unequal to the task of competing for the trust of others. False words have no place in leadership markets supplying many promising candidates preferring honest work and meekness to self-promotion.

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