- "The Global Repatriation Council knows that for many it wasn’t that easy. So much has changed. But we’re here to help you find your way. Helping you back into your homes and jobs. Helping you navigate changes to society, laws, and borders. Helping you get back to the way things were. GRC, the Global Repatriation Council. Reset. Restore. Rebuild."
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The Global Repatriation Council, abbreviated as the GRC, is an international council that reactivated status and managed resources for refugees displaced by the Blip.
The Global Repatriation Council was founded in 2023, after the Blip. The Blip caused mass hysteria and confusion among the world's population who had grown used to the new status quo. The return of the victims led to the displacement of third-world economic migrants that lost their jobs and were evicted from their new homes by either local governments or their original owners before the Blip. People that lost everything while blipped, leading to the creation of overpopulated refugee communities in many parts of Asia, Europe, and North America who were taken care by GRC personnel. However, the poor conditions of the infrastructures where those communities lived led to those communities becoming resentful of the GRC.
With tensions rising in the refugee communities, the GRC started to plan a way to deport all the displaced to their countries of origin whenever they wanted, which ended up just increasing the tensions among the refugees and GRC. This led to the formation of the Flag Smashers; an anti-nationalist movement that wanted to prevent the deportation of the refugees and to force the GRC to give the refugees better living conditions. However, this movement became radical and extreme.
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- The Countries that are a part of the GRC are China, Japan, United States of America, India, Philippines, France, Italy, South Korea, South Africa, United Kingdom, Saudi Arabia, Germany, Russia, Canada, Brazil, Indonesia, Australia, Argentina and Jamaica.