What is a DAO and why is DECENTRELON DAO owning Twitter revolutionary?

What is a DAO and why is DECENTRELON DAO owning Twitter revolutionary?

Decentralized autonomous organizations (DAOs) are communities on the blockchain that collectively own and vote on the future of organizations they belong to. You can think of a DAO like a board of a company, except fully digital and made up of the entire community in the DAO. The tokens you are claiming represent your voting shares in the DAO, and the wallet that holds these tokens can be used on the DECENTRELON app to vote on the future of what the community does.
In order to build the best system that operates the core function of the DAO often vote in boards of their own. An elected board can work just as efficiently as any other board, but is subject to the proposals and decisions voted on by the people. The key part is who ultimately benefits, and who ultimately is in control. With the current structure of Twitter and other centralized social platforms, the board services the needs of the FEW and cares about extraction of value from users rather than serving them.
DECENTRELON’s dream is to fulfill the ultimate purpose of cryptocurrency and relinquish toxic control over users and usher in the “ownership economy”. Turning the users of the platform into the owners and the people who benefit from its continued growth.
The American government which acts as its own effective board was first established by the signing of the Constitution during the American Revolution of 1776, a revolt stemming from the American people realized they were being taxed without representation. At that time America was made up of 2.5 million people. These people banded together from their overarching oppressors’, putting their lives on the line to achieve the freedom of their nation. We fought tooth and nail to attain the value we knew we deserved when we knew our rights were being punished. People put their lives on the line because small taxes were added on imports of certain goods.
Now, we ask a percent of the 400 million users of Twitter to come together, to stand against the 100% tax on all value we create. To stand against the total lack of representation. To stand against the limitation of free speech being abused by the platform.
The ultimate end of crypto is the possibility of a future for humanity unshackled from the institutions that seek to limit our growth, the ability to come together around a great mission, to build attention, and for a treasury we all govern to grow because of the attention is the revolution crypto was always meant to fulfill.
Our ancestors died for representation, now we stand before you asking you to get paid to continue to support, refer, and build this meme to the achievement of this dream.
Instead of muskets and bullets we can sit in our houses and twiddle our thumbs or click buttons in order to disrupt the establishment.
All we need to do is share it on our Twitter account, and onwards with our friends and family. Instead of risking our lives, you are being rewarded for tweeting it yourself, and for every other person you get to tweet as well.
In colonial America:
The colonies reacted particularly poorly to the imposition of the Stamp Act of 1765, which was an effort to impose a direct tax on the colonies rather than tax imports and exports. Benjamin Franklin and others argued to the British government that while the colonies did not object to tariffs, they did oppose direct domestic "taxation without representation."
The British parliament got the message, repealing the Stamp Act and responding with the Townshend Acts of 1767, which imposed duties on 72 items, including tea (the changes actually reduced taxes on tea originally imported from British colonies to combat the smuggling of Dutch tea to America). Although the British repealed most of these duties in 1770, they maintained the specific tax on tea to make the point that the crown could tax when it chose to do so. By then, however, the American colonists had stopped distinguishing between domestic and trade taxes and started opposing all taxation and control by Britain, setting the stage for the revolution.
The bottom line: American colonists were both paid more and taxed less than the British. American taxes, in fact, were low and going lower, but the very idea that they had been raised and could be raised again by a distant power was enough to send Americans into the streets to engage in civil disobedience. https://foreignpolicy.com/2012/07/03/tea-taxes-and-the-revolution/
Notes: The idea can spread if the meme team 6 is strong enough.
We can’t really come together to buy America, but Twitter is bigger anyways, and the highways are far faster.
We may not win the first battle we attempt, but we’ll win the war.
A meme with some good, continuous entertainment wins, and we plan to provide that.