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2 big things that need to change first: how we govern. change from vertical to horizontal which is virtually incorruptible: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wywMhg604W8&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR1Wq4wQ6s5eAKQV1s_uqe8tB1Qo5TmJpgRZmnnmAAhkox4exSmSh87xncU

We intend to make this viral to put this in everyone's heads, you could help if you like.

The other project is to make a gigantic network with and easy to use platform for exchanging ideas, strategies, and solutions, dissemina...

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