Knowledge is Power

Knowledge is the experience of countless generations, accumulated over thousands of years of history and prehistory. Experience accumulated by humanity as a whole by scraps and preserved often at a great cost.

The more knowledge people have, the better they understand how the world and society work, the more independent they are in making decisions.
The better they can see injustice and the danger it represents to the environment they live in - to all of society.
The more dangerous they are for criminals and parasites who would use them for their own ends.

This is why access to knowledge has always been restricted by the authorities in past and present states With the possible exception of the USSR, where access to education was more egalitarian in nature, but, to be fair, there was still a great deal of «elite» privileged schools and universities, etc., from the feudal system to modern commercial education, copyright and patent legislation. The social battles of the XX century has partially destroyed old barriers, and the emergence of information technology made knowledge accessible to more people than ever before.

But for the ruling minority knowledge is first and foremost a tool to preserve their power. They are interested in maintaining inequality in access to knowledge. Otherwise, they would not be able to deceive the majority anymore and preserve their right to distribute our common resources in their favor.

This is why we must assist the destruction of this unstable and unjust equilibrium.

This section contains some of the most interesting works from different areas of knowledge, from a dictionary of specialized terms and fiction that develops humanity in human beings to fundamental sciences.

The Militia System
An outline of a possible model for the army of the future, based on historical and contemporary armed forces. How to achieve relatively high combat readiness on a limited budget and prevent the army from becoming a mindless tool, used by the minority to suppress the majority.
Mass surveillance today
Modern technology allows the creation of massive surveillance systems, the capabilities of which surpass even the most lurid fantasies found in famous dystopian science fiction novels of the XX century. These technologies are already being implemented in the so-called developed countries of the world. At the same time, governments legally entitle their security services to spy on anyone and everyone, with or without cause. Here we offer only a few examples that became public knowledge in the last months.
The Psychological Consequences of Money
The Psychological Consequences of Money - a study on the psychological effects of money shows that reminders of money make people more selfish and prone to distancing themselves from others.
Overstepping the Bounds
Why a struggle for the interests of the majority will always overstep the legal boundaries set by the ruling minority.
The Limits of The System
«The Limits of the Modern Economic System» - a paper on the natural limitations to economic growth within the present model, which compiles the works of various economists and scientists of the past (such as D. Ricardo and K. Marx) and the present (such as D. Meadows and T. Piketty). The paper covers the issue of the probable scenarios of a global crisis and possible ways to overcome it.
The Manifesto of our project is a short overview of the historical development of humanity from prehistory to modernity. It shows the inevitability of change and our part in creating the fair and just society of the future, as well as the general outline of its economic and social traits.