Once upon a time, there was a man named Marc Singer who heard a story about a group of homeless people living in an abandoned railway tunnel beneath the streets of New York City. After visiting several tunnels, he finally found an eclectic and capable group of homeless who were building a veritable village in a tunnel near Penn Station. After spending some time with them, he became a solid friend, and at some point one of the residents remarked that someone should make a movie out of their situation.
In a time in which we have a tendency to feel disenfranchised and powerless, we would all do well to remember the lessons of the free speech movement at the University of California, Berkeley in the 1960s. The motivated students of UCB created a feeling of empowerment in the student body that had important positive repercussions not only for the freedom of speech, but also the equal rights and women's rights movements.
What do you do when you're just overloaded with executions, and people are smuggling highly mediapathic video clips of mob-style firearm executions out of your country and showing them to people like Amnesty International, when you're dealing with a primarily rural-living population and you need a decentralized infrastructure? That's right! You build DEATH VANS!