Research  ·  Anti-corruption

		In the era of broadcast media the public simply had no choice but to accept the consensus media narrative.
		Societal-scale corruption was achieved by consolidating the flow of information into a handful of companies.
		The entire population then received the media that was broadcast by these powerful and corrupt authorities.
		Without a functioning information system, corruption became the norm. Government, law enforcement and
		local networks engaged in large-scale cooperation, simulating crisis events which were presented as reality.
		Informal collaborators gathered and shared personal information, free to harass and coerce. Privacy ended.
		Legitimate objections were dismissed as unfounded conspiracy theory. This is the current state of America.
		Now, at the beginning of the era of social media, we establish justice to create a world free from corruption.

Anti-corruption"A Republic, If You Can Keep It"
Anti-corruption Research Group
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