CDR: Necrotizing Polititis
Necrotizing Polititis (from the Greek: nεκρωτική πολιτιτις) or NP, commonly known as flesh-eating advocacy or flesh-eating partisan syndrome, is an infection of the deeper layers of principals, values and subpolitical patriotism, easily spreading across the fascial plane within the subcutaneous culture of a society.
Necrotizing Polititis progresses quickly, having greater risk of developing in the media-compromised due to conditions such as bias, misinformation or propaganda. It is a severe disease of sudden onset and exhibits symptoms of public reputation inflammation, pundit tachycardia, officious crepitus and highly fevered citizenry, which if left untreated can result in property damage, physical injury or death. Infected persons typically complain of intense pain due to racism; discrimminatory external phobias; and civil, financial and generalized social injustice.
The first line of defense against this disease is strong personal moral, ethical and education foundations. But because the political toxins can destroy soft cultural tissue and reduce thought flow, truth and reason may not reach all of the infected and decaying areas. This is why the rapid societal removal of necrotizing agents may be critical to stopping the infection.