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WAO’s Symbolism

Updated: Oct 5, 2022

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World Aspergers' Organization is both an economical and a political movement, the aim of which is to connect the world’s Aspergers to promote the cooperation of us. We are going to seek prosperity, power, and honor for Aspergers to emerge from our current state of poverty and vulnerability.


We are an online movement, with organized efforts to push for a particular goal, which is establishing a virtual parliament of world Aspergers'. We want to achieve the goal anonymously, through the use of new communications and information technologies.


In this post we will explain the symbols of the organization.


EMBLEM









The combination of three hexagons is the unifying symbol of the World Aspergers’ Organization.

The design of the hexagons is based on nerve cells, and their combination symbolizes the neural network and the connection of the world’s Aspergers.









Usage of the emblem is only allowed to members.

About the membership qualifications, please read the “Invitation” paragraph.


WAO CIRCLED EMBLEM










Anyone who agrees with our three principles and supports the Organization is allowed to use the circled emblem. Reporting the usage is desirable, but not required. If the Organization requests the end of the use and/or the deletion of the contents that use the circled emblem, the user must fulfill it immediately.


IDEOGRAPH










The etymology of the name Asperger is from ad- (\“to, towards, at”) +‎ spargō (“strew, scatter; sprinkle; moisten”), the implication of which is sprinkling holy water for purification. Given the above, the Chinese character 攸, which is an ideograph that depicts one sprinkles water on another one's back for purification, shall be used for the explicature of our name.


Sentence example:

  • We are 攸ers. (Read: we are Aspergers.)


Invitation


If our mission and values resonate with you, and you want to be a part of the movement — please join us!


Membership Qualifications


It is important to note that the World Aspergers' Organization absolutely must be an organization dedicated to promote responsible subjectship/citizenship, good government, community, national and international welfare.


Therefore, members of WAO absolutely must be law-abiding subjects/citizens of their Monarchs/Republics with the common sense of democracy and capitalism, too.


We World Aspergers’ Organization absolutely must achieve our goals not only efficiently and safely, but also in a way that it labours for the public good.


By joining World Aspergers’ Organization, you agree to our Three Principles :

  1. Capitalism (You must be a capitalist, and your definition of capitalism must conform to the definition of at least one existing country which is widely considered to be a capitalist democracy.)

  2. Democracy (You must be democratic, and your definition of democracy must conform to the definition of at least one existing country which is widely considered to be a capitalist democracy.)

  3. Law-abiding (You must obey the law of the country you are living or acting in.)


Sovereignty of Members


The members have the right to initiate a veto, and to vote to veto the activities of the organization.


Furthermore, no one can be expelled or restricted as far as 1) their concept about democracy and capitalism corresponds with the philosophy of at least one country which is widely considered to be a capitalist democracy, and 2) their act is in accordance with the law of the country they are living or acting in.





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Christian Müller
Christian Müller
Nov 25, 2021

Good choice with the emblem and ideograph. It seems like they'd be effective in promoting the group. I wouldn't like it, if it was normal for members to call each other '攸er' or put stickers with the emblem onto their belongings, actions that would have the primary function of making a member feel like they are part of a group. Since the cohort of members that tends to such behavior would lack a strong sense of their own value, they'd likely be less useful than the average. At the same time they'd play a big role in the way the world perceives the organization, which might hurt the organization in the long run.

The organization must leave a good first…

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JD Darth
JD Darth
Nov 28, 2021
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Presidency of WAO said to tell you that she is very interested in your idea and looking forward to read your post.

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i still dont like these logos or the emphasis on Japanese culture. if you want this to be world wide you will need to angolsize it sorry

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