Here in the State we measure the weight as merit.
There is a really different thing on how and what you do. I don’t really know what happened in PIE and what exact waves you were making, but I’ll allow myself to assume, and ask to forgive me if I’ll be wrong and correct me - but I got a feeling you were telling your superiors they were… wrong.
I am pretty sure superiors will be glad to hear you if you will start offering them suggestions, improvements. But once you start pointing them on mistakes? Nobody likes that. And, especially since everyone do mistakes. I do mistakes, you do mistakes, our superiors do mistakes, our leaders do mistakes - everyone do them.
But there is a significant difference between us, our superiors and our leaders. Our leaders have more merit than us. And it is assumed, that the higher your position is, the more merited they are. You were like a wagon which tried to run ahead of a “rail steam engine”.
Why, for example, Mr. Sobaseki has succeeded in creating the State and secceeding from the Federation? Because he was the “engine” and all people in the State were wagons, whom he was pulling - because he was most merited one, everyone followed him.
If you want your waves to have weight, you need to exalt yourself. Earn merit by the service, showing your qualities, improving your position, status, climbing the ladder, leading people. Because those superiors you disagree with, did all that. They EARNED their position, they EARNED their authority.
So, if you think you’re smarter or better then them, how comes it is they who rule you, and not you rule them?