The Prose Universe
The people of Anonymous had done their homework once again. Systematically they eliminated over and over again until they found the one. The One. Their purpose was to better the world with facts. As they narrowed the "playing field," they found a companion to facts. They found out what the world really needed.
All of the members were in attendance. The votes were in. The President stood at the podium as his image was projected behind him (silly though, they all had a thin mustache). He placed his finger on the button.
He pushed and the button turned green. All applauded. Now they would wait.
This affected the entire world. Face Book shut down. Trump was pissed that Tweeter shut down. All social media shut down. Only Prose and YouTube remained on line.
The best IT guys in the world were unable to fix this.
After all the finger pointing and rumors of war, the world settled down and accepted that other than e-mails, shopping, education and essential banking, Prose was the only social media available (Is it considered one?). Anonymous was nervous, but "nothing ventured, nothing gained" was their motto.
The new members began to read beautiful poetry, stories and prose of all subjects. Many tried their hands at writing. Pen names were all the rage. People felt safe writing their thoughts. Translators were soon in place. The world became more compassionate. Trump became an awesome poet, as he could budget time, he loved the feedback.
Prose became the Universe of Prose. Prose T-shirts were everywhere. Many popular corporations asked for endorsements. Ellen Degeneres asked the founders to tell about the birth of Prose on her show. She'd heard they met at a seminar, had a drink at a bar and made some phone calls.
Original writers, then later others, were encouraged, at no cost to them, to attend the annual "Prose Party." Members physically met in an atmosphere unlike a Carnival Cruz. Many were recognized with little Prose Trophies. Prose was financially self supporting in all it's endeavors. As in any society, there were leaders and writers of specialty. Portals grew. Prose supported humanitarianism and philanthropy.
Most importantly, Anonymous was right. The world became a better place because of The Prose Universe.