Smart City apologists have a technological solution to every conceivable problem, but few understand the web of control they are creating around all inhabitants. As Charles Dickens might have written, “The future is utopian. The future is dystopian.”
Fans of Game of Thrones will recognize ‘Free Cities’ as autonomous city-states modeled after the ancient Roman era. Today, Free Cities are being promoted as the structure du jour to replace the nation-state.
Here are the real drivers and financial benefactors of Global Technocracy. This report is reminiscent of similar research compiled by the late Professor Antony C. Sutton and myself for our book, Trilaterals Over Washington, Vols. I and II. We reached a similar conclusion in 1978.
The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) interviews Sen. Edward Markey on the proposed Green New Deal, providing keen insight into this fraudulent scheme to remake America. This is essential reading.
Public awareness of this approaching dystopia is growing, thanks to articles in major publications, but few have made the connection with the larger issue of Technocracy, to which China is fully committed.
[su_note note_color="#daf2fd" radius="2"]Because there is no Federal legislation preventing its use, cities are gobbling up China-style facial recognition systems. Individual cities can easily block this surveillance technology, but citizens are sound asleep and completely oblivious to the destruction of their own civil liberties.
The Technocrat mindset is to invent efficient technology that will displace inefficient humans, but there is no substitute for real human interaction. The sales pitch is always that robots will improve the workplace, but instead they displace workers altogether.
EU Technocrats define ethics for AI: “Environmental and societal well-being — AI systems should be sustainable and “enhance positive social change.” This is the coveted ‘Science of Social Engineering’ that harkens back to the original Technocracy movement in the 1930s.
Technocrats at DARPA are racing to apply Artificial Intelligence to engaged warfare, coordinating all battlefield components into a coordinated killing machine. Success depends on engineers and computer programmers.
Britain has privacy laws similar to the U.S, but that didn’t restrain police from stopping and fining a resident for trying to cover his face to avoid being photographed by an AI camera on a public street. Every pedestrian was being photo’d and compared to a master database of wanted persons.