Initiatives v Oligarchy

Our Founders' Warning: “Every government degenerates when trusted to the rulers of the people alone. The people themselves are its only safe depositories.” (Thomas Jefferson)

Ex-Members’ Non-Disclosure Period

Ex-Members of the IQA may at their sole discretion disclose any truthful information about the IQA to anyone at anytime after all Members with whom they served are now ex-Members-i.e., a period equal to about twice the term of duty of IQA Members has passed since the disclosing Member joined the IQA. Disclosure before this time may be tampering. A disclosing Member shall be fair and considerate of other Members if and when they make any disclosure, and shall not reveal the actual names of any Member without each Member’s written and notarized concurrence.

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