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The most infamous loyalty based offense I know of, the most despised, and most violently punished, is snitching. The first kind of snitching I found out about in this lifetime concerns turning in an accessory to what you did too with them for it. This is extremely disloyal because the very foundation of the loyalty between the two of you would have to be betrayed directly for the offense to occur.

Capital punishment is typically applied to this particular offense. If not worse.

Turning in an accessory for what you did too with them, the basis of the alliance, is a profound indicator that you cannot be trusted with networking.

The second most infamous loyalty based offense I’m aware of is the contract breach. A contract is a loyalty based commitment between two or more parties. Any breach significantly negatively impacts one’s embassy standing on the concept of networking.

As a countermeasure against contract breaching, it may be effective to within the contract define the parameters of punishment for breaching. Loss of funds, isolation, loss of the alliance, loss of other alliances, opportunity to make amends. 

The classic punishment for breaching a contract, wherein the breacher was required to pay some moderate amount of money, has been to so injure the legs of the breacher as to make standing movement impossible.

Individuates, and my readers whatever they may call themselves, are encouraged to be perfect at fairness and loyalty. 

When it comes to the kinds of loyalty a premoral hierarchy would consider objective to pay attention to, the only two negative culpability scores I know of of relevance for amorals to scale concern not meeting one’s obligations on point of an alliance (a contract breach) or invading the alliance. 


Between sociopaths and amoralists, there is likely to occur disagreement, differences in opinion and policy, and even occasional warfare. The worst form of an invasion of an alliance is an invasion of the purpose of the alliance. That would mean some form of turning in an accessory to one’s own actions for it, whether through the police or some other military power. In other words, snitching. Doing so accumulates a probability that the offender is untrustworthy concerning cooperative actions between hirself and others.

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