Because they cannot get a national DNA database working, Technocrats will push from state to state to until they get a single state to commit to registering DNA for every citizen. Then, it will spread to the nation.
Misguided Technocrats place people on a lower plane than animals and have no problem moving 1 million people to make way for the ecology.
The roots of the Green New Deal is examined in light of Nazi policy during the 1930s. The modern iteration is as ultra-radical as it was then, and Americans need to make this important historical connection.
A Chinese surveillance firm is tracking the movements of more than 2.5 million people in the far-western Xinjiang region, according to a data leak flagged…
Persecution of Christians in China is rising even as the number of Christians is rapidly increasing. Technocracy cannot tolerate any faith-based world outlook that discovers truth outside of science.
Since the release of Technocracy: The Hard Road to World Order, I have been doing quite a few radio interviews and more are scheduled for the near future. In the process, something has dawned on me that needs to be addressed.
Some magic acts fail miserably, as in the case of this fake robot from Russia. More disturbing is that there is a magic act in the first place, which Technocrats design to purposively deceive the population.
It is obvious that the U.S. alternative energy industry is moving forward on two wooden legs: 1) cheap imports from China and 2) tax subsidies. In this case, solar energy installations where immediately whacked by 50% when tariffs were raised.
This new scanning tech can scan crowds at a time and will become ubiquitous everywhere security is deemed necessary. Coupled with facial recognition software, it would give the government total human domination and control. Technocrats see no ethical or Constitutional problem with this.
California rate-payers will soon understand the insanity of their state leadership’s drive to kill carbon. California is rich in oil and natural gas resources which has adequately powered the state for many decades. Gov. Brown intends to scrap that entire infrastructure in return for an economically unsound system of ‘renewables.’