Operation Sour Grapes is a federal program deployed by the Slived government in order to confiscate all books, historical records, and all other unapproved literature from Slived and its territories. Recently declassified files from the Slived National Archive show that prominent Slived government agencies have confiscated over 300 million books, historical records, and other unapproved literature from private citizens and corporations over the past thirty years. The declassified files from the Slived National Archive detail how some of the highest ranking members of the Slived government view all books, historical records, and other unapproved literature as a serious threat to authority; “A well-educated population grossly undermines governmental ability to control ordinary citizens,” reads Section 1.54.24 of Memo 753.24. Further examinations of the recently declassified files reveal that social media outlets also aided in the procedures of confiscating unapproved literature. Publications produced by the Slived Intellectual Bureau were secretly distributed to social media outlets in order to promote the capture of more unapproved literature through vilifying caricatures of individuals who kept unapproved literature. Furthermore, declassified files show that, annually, $45 billion of tax revenue is spent each year to fund and enhance the program. Upon the release of declassified files pertaining to Operation Sour Grapes, hundreds of Slived citizens and non-governmental organizations have opened class action lawsuits and have filed official government complaints calling for the shutdown of the program and the return of confiscated books, historical records, and all other unapproved literature. Most high-ranking Slived government officials, however, have gone on record to deny any knowledge or involvement in Operation Sour Grapes.