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China’s CCTV Surveillance Network Took Just 7 Minutes To ‘Capture’ BBC Reporter

In a race against time and the CCTV cameras, it took Chinese police only 7 minutes to physically apprehend a BBC reporter in a city of millions. One executive says, "We can match every face with an ID card and trace all your movements back one week in time. We can match your face with your car, match you with your relatives and the people you're in touch with. With enough cameras, we can know who you frequently meet."
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Twisted: Wired Magazine Suggests Cannibalism With Artificially Grown Meat

Technocrats have no moral or ethical compass, so if humans are just bags of molecules and atoms, then they are no different than animals. This is the most hideous side of Technocrat thinking, and the most dangerous to the societies they are trying to engineer. Now that the discussion has started, it is just a matter of time before someone suggests recycling humans for food, aka Soylent Green.
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India Creates The Largest Biometric Database In The World

Indians are mandated to link all their financial services to the national ID card, making surveillance ubiquitous with over 1 billion already signed up. India has already been described as a Technocracy, but this will certify it. Surveillance like this, as well a similar program in China, is coming to America soon, and then it will be too late to escape. You should now see why India was the first nation to drive cash out of circulation.
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Climate Change

Fight Global Warming By Taxing Meat Along With Carbon And Sugar

Global Technocrat scientists have declared war on meat just like they have on fossil fuels, and they sell the idea by claiming carbon emissions will be reduced. The meat reduction argument has apparently been successfully hung upon the Paris Climate Agreement and now investors are climbing on board with the idea.

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Technocracy

France: Technocracy Has Shaped Macron’s Style Of Governing

France’s Macron wants to run France like a start-up company in Silicon Valley; some are saying he could become the model leader of global governance. When Washington Post writes that “technocracy more than anything else has shaped the new president’s governing style”, Americans should sit up and take notice.

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2030 Agenda

Mechelen Declaration: Cities Adopt UN Declaration for Global Compact on Migration

Cities are jockeying for more autonomous control within the nation-state, claiming that all societies will be multicultural, multi-ethnic and multi-lingual. Peter Sutherland, United Nations Special Representative of the Secretary-General for International Migration and Development, once stated that multiculturalism is the only path to implement Sustainable Development.

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Sustainable Development

China’s Top Ideologue Calls For Tight Control Of Internet

A Technocrat at heart, Wang Huning supports strong authoritarian rule in order to implement Sustainable Development, aka Technocracy. This is reminiscent of American Technocrats in the 1930s who called for newly-elected President Roosevelt to declare himself dictator in order to implement Technocracy.

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