Introducing the Democracy Foundation

Introducing the Democracy Foundation


Humanity has a weakness. That weakness is evident in every part of
our lives. Every time you hear about war, every time
you hear about environmental destruction, terrorism, corruption, propaganda or conspiracy;
it is the weakness that is at play. Almost every aspect of today’s problems
is linked to it because it created and nurtures the current system. Our failure to fix it, lies in our failure
to recognize it. This weakness is our physical inability to
collectively take decisions in our societies. Historically, whether by poor proximity, lack
of time and space, or poor organization, humans were not able to collectively take decisions. This has led to the creation of the role of
the ruler, the person responsible to make decisions for the rest of the population. This role still exists today, but instead
of being inherited or taken by force, it is elected. However, assigning the decision making process
to one or a small group of individuals, is a poor solution and it has repeatedly created
massive problems with corruption, abuse and greed. The time has come to bring a new way of dealing
with this limitation. A way never tried before. Imagine a world where we don’t have to rely
on a single person to govern, but instead every single member of a society will not
only be able to vote but propose new solutions, ideas or issues that affect them. Imagine a world where every voice can be heard
and evaluated not its power, but for the quality of its ideas. A world where those who vote are directly
affected by the result, and not immune to disasters and crises. Where the voices of minorities are heard equally
and differences are taken into consideration rather than expecting everyone to conform
in a singular way. Imagine if we could sense issues rapidly,
and upon their discovery, millions of minds to combine their capacity for problem solving. Where we come together to improve upon each
other’s ideas to build a better tomorrow. Where intentions and incentives are only in
favor of the population. To have no middlemen prone to corruption but
instead a society of diverse individuals contributing, each in their own uniqueness, and collaborating
for the improvement of their futures by collectively solving issues that arise. And in such a world, day after day we could
improve everything around us. We could remove the weak link in the chain
of trust that allows corruption and greed to corrode the decisions. We could harness the intellect of millions
of minds to solve our problems, independent of representatives or rulers. We could have a system both truly transparent
and 100% representative. We could break the bottleneck of single individuals
in authority, that slows down or even rejects beneficial progress and innovation. It is time to upgrade the way we take decisions. The next step of humanity. There is, however, a lack of reliable methods
for such a vision to manifest. For that reason, we are creating instruments
that will allow societies to evolve. Instruments and resources that will dematerialize,
decentralize and digitize decision making. Instruments not restricted to nations, but
freely available to any community. Universities, organizations, unions and every
form of group will be able to be self-coordinated, through participation of their members in
the decision making process. A synchronization of thoughts to guide and
orchestrate the community. Join us in the creation of instruments to
lead our societies to a better tomorrow for all. We invite everyone, to come and learn more
about our journey towards freedom and independence, and participate in the conversation with their
ideas.

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