Using The Power of Voice for the Greater Good.
A small portion of society abuses shared resources, flouts laws, and exploits others. Examples of such socially detrimental behavior include
- Human trafficking.
- Theft, smuggling, and sale of endangered or protected wildlife and scarce resources.
- Diversion of public resources by corrupt officials.
- Cheating the benefits and assistance process, especially after emergencies and natural disasters.
- Discriminatory distribution of public resources by officials.
Preventing, investigating, prosecuting, and punishing these acts diverts money from other vital needs and adds to tax burdens. If left unchecked, such behavior erodes the public’s faith in social institutions and their willingness to fund, cooperate with, and participate in such institutions.
At the same time, the civil majority of people want to feel rewarded for following the rules, or at least not hassled. Failure to differentiate them from the untrustworthy minority wastes time and money and