Logistics is the heartbeat of globalization’s supply chain, and Technocrats are determined to squeeze out every ounce of inefficiency in order to maximize profit. Humans viewed as comparable resources will lose every time.
4th Industrial Revolution
The establishment of so-called “Regulatory Sandboxes” are sweeping the nation. These Technocrat playgrounds offer anything goes, experiment on live communities, no penalties for consequences.
Goodbye fruit pickers. Designed by skilled Technocrats, this robot picker will out-produce any human field worker by 40% or more. The tech is being adapted to all sorts of delicate crops that need to be picked.
The elite Bilderberg group for 2019 includes 95 year-old Henry Kissinger and Jared Kushner. The two biggest topics will be the future of capitalism and the growing instability of their global order.
America’s busiest shipping ports will soon look like fully-automated Amazon warehouses, displacing thousands of workers and local businesses. In Los Angeles, port makeover is part of Mayor Eric Garcetti’s Green New Deal.
Dwight D. Eisenhower warned America about the danger posed by the military-industrial complex but in the same light, he also of a technological elite. It is now more apparent than ever that two forces have merged into a single column.
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 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.
Along the way to becoming the richest person on earth, Jeff Bezos has certifiably lost touch with reality. After dominating earth, his latest vision is to put one trillion humans in space in floating cylinders.
While Amazon seeks to obsolete human labor in its distribution business, its next target is delivery of those packages and the establishment of a massive network of ‘independent’ businesses. Is there any money in driving? Just ask an Uber or Lyft driver!