Last updated: October 2021
Joseph-Ignace Guillotin did not invent the machine that was named after him. In fact, the doctor and freemason opposed the death penalty and only proposed the device as a less painful method of execution. Similarly, this website does not seek violence, but aspires to use existing technology and methods as a catalyst for drastically improving society.
Inspired by the French revolution, it also draws from the industrial revolution, the universal suffrage movement, and, to a lesser extent, the populist rise of communism and fascism. The aim is to build community rather than division. To unite people around the common goal of breaking with a status quo that dictates false political dichotomies, enables broken monetary systems, affirms poor leadership, and more.
We have email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are plans for IRC and Matrix servers.
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