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BtT Movement

Post by Riley Oran on Sat Mar 15, 2014 10:13 pm

A movement started in the depths of Babylon by a group of concern citizens (supposedly). Their leader is a secretive man who goes by the alias "Jehovah". He has not been seen physically by anyone (still) living, and communicates solely through audio channels with an altered voice.

The BtT movement is a loose collective of various individuals in different cells, often contacted through proxies hired by other proxies, hired by still more proxies, in order to conceal Jehovah's connection to the cells. The result is a messy, untraceable web of funds flooding from proxy to proxy to cell, with Jehovah only occasionally intervening to offer financial support for their operations. Interestingly enough, beyond the proxies, nobody is actually employed by Jehovah to work in the BtT. They are all employed by the proxies.

Becoming a member of BtT requires the right amount of circumstance, luck, and value. The people in the organization are loyal to each other above the cause, and as long as they aren't forced to do something beyond their moral scope are generally reliable. The people picked usually are because they have special trait, talent, or connection that makes them desirable. There is also a certain amount of luck involved in recruitment. Right place, right time definitely applies.
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