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Politac.org is a public benefit project of Private Benefit Trust

Private Benefit Trust holds assets and receives gifts that benefit the projects of one individual who has (recently) sworn on his mother's ashes and great great grandfather's grave to devote the rest of his life (while funding permits) to researching, understanding, exposing and resisting philosophical and political corruption and religious abuse, and contributing to the general awakening and raising of consciousness. Accordingly, a gift to Private Benefit Trust, is a gift of public benefit by this man's oath.

Private Benefit Trust acknowledges with gratitude the significant contributions and supportiveness of Brent Allsop, The Canonizer, LLC, and numerous other anonymous supporters.

In 2012, Private Benefit Trust published The Apostasy of a High Priest - The Sociology of an American Cult, by Park B. Romney. The most recent edition can be found online here.

Current research on this site is part of the Out of the Wild Project and sponsored by Canonizer, LLC.

Gifts and Contributions (not tax deductible) can be made here.



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