Cloisaxigol is criticism unique to Cloister politics, including policies, Representatives, the Sernatae, and Ruling Gens past and present.

Cloisaxigolic media began during the era of the Sixth Ramaxian Gen, as this gen and their elders in the Fifth often traded varying degrees of opinion toward the other’s policies. It remained isolated in fringe literature, art, and casted-programming, until the maturity of the Ninth when cloisaxigol graduated into the realm of the mainstream.

Cloisaxigolic discourse among the Tenth became severely limited after the ascendancy of the Ninth. As Fourth Office of the Committee, Tee Banto, and the Ninth dominated Cloister voted to allow the Fourth Office permission to limit funds to outlets critical of the Ruling Gen. CM Banto also pushed through legislation giving her office full control of all content broadcasted by the Bizaki Entertainment Bureau.

After the production of the Eleventh Gen, political criticism extended beyond traditional media to any citizen with access to the interHive. When the Fourth Office attempted to enter a code into the interHive’s mainframe via her paxul`max, a code that would flag cloisaxigolic subjects for manual removal by staff, her handlers refused. Intragux then took away all Primada interfaces that might enact such future code with or without the use of her paxum handlers.