Welcome to
The Biggest Nation On Earth
We, Silibandia (Silicon Valley + the broadband and media industries), own the world’s information infrastructure.
And we make our own rules.
We collect

$2.6 trillion

in taxes* every year
We have over

5 billion

Citizens

*Tax revenue = IT $1.32T + Broadband $355B + Media $1.145T

You think “taxes” should be in quotes? Ha! Well good, keep that thought.

Silibandia’s information infrastructure includes a huge database about YOU, your beliefs, your relationships and affiliations, where you go, who you hang out with, the ideas and information you’ve been exposed to, etc., etc. (It’s NOT just about your purchase habits.) All that information about you helps those who plan to get you to think their way.

Since Silibandia has so much control over our digital lives and our digital selves...

Perhaps you’d like to participate in the governance of Silibandia?

If so, that's great!

Let's get you involved in governing the world's
information infrastructure!

To participate, simply join these boards:

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Apple

Board of Directors

You will need to own or control at least 15% of the stock to get a seat on apple’s board of directors, which requires a investment of $410 Billion. To proceed, see your stockbroker.

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Google

Board of Directors

You will need to own or control at least 15% of the stock to get a seat on Alphabet’s board of directors, which requires a investment of $260Billion. To proceed, see your stockbroker.

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Microsoft

Board of Directors

You will need to own or control at least 15% of the stock to get a seat on Microsoft’s board of directors, which requires a investment of $325 Billion. To proceed, see your stockbroker.

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Meta

Board of Directors

You will need to own or control at least 15% of the stock to get a seat on Meta’s board of directors, which requires a investment of $89 Billion. To proceed, see your stockbroker.

Too pricey?

Then let's look at another way

you can participate...

if you find it inconvenient to free up a spare $100 billion to join one of those boards, here's another way
for you to participate in the governance of the world's information infrastructure ...

and its source of governance