The Decentralized Dance Party (DDP) was founded on the belief that partying has the power to save the world because it is inclusive, and that anyone can dance or carry a boombox. They feel they will win a Nobel Prize for Partying twice in a row and that the Occupy Movement didn’t achieve its mission because it really didn’t have one. And, yes, these are CCEC members.
The decentralized community is a revolutionary initiative that applies the principles of open-source software to longstanding social issues. The intention is to unite those who are suffering with those who can help, enabling individuals who were previously isolated to devise creative, long-term solutions to their problems.
The Decentralized Community was first conceived by Gary Lachance in November 2008. Then he started the Decentralized Dance Party and The #BYPASS Movement. The Open-Source/Decentralization revolution has given rise to technologies like Crowdfunding, P2P Lending, and 3D Printing.
But, will these tools create decentralized communities and autonomous societies? To learn more, read Grand Decentralization Theory or Privacy Is The Enemy, a Grand Decentralization Theory that examine the fundamental nature of the decentralization revolution and propose how these movements can potentially give rise to a completely free and open society.
Not withstanding the naysayers, and with irreverence and technology, the AKA team of Tom and Gary have financed The Global Party Pandemic, using Crowdfunding and Bitcoins. Just now, they raised EURO 10,000 in less than one month and a private donor paid their airfare to bring 6+ Parties to Europe! They started the movement because they believe, “Partying is the most misunderestimated artistic medium in existence.”
They’ve thrown 60 insane Parties across North America and the participants with up to 20,000 people at each party. Their objective is celebrating life, enjoying music, and connecting with complete strangers on a deep and fundamental level- not getting drunk and being idiots. They are partying by elevating consciousness, not destroying it. More than a Party, the DDP is an interesting social experiment; showing that you can unite thousands of people of all ages, cultures and social groups to peacefully celebrate our common humanity.
That is why the DDP is also known as “The Party Revolution”. It is a unique force that has the power to overcome negative conditioning and unify and inspire the people of the world in ways never before imagined.
Follow the DPP in Europe! https://www.facebook.com/theddp They come back to Vancouver in October.