Having dictated policies that resulted in the shuttering of the entire global economic system, a feat of epic magnitude, Technocrats are now refusing to step away and simply let the world return to normal.
This writer discusses historic and modern Technocracy in relation to crisis management vs. stable times. It strongly points out the role of Technocracy in the COVID-19 debacle and asks whether it is the right standard to apply or not.
The fact that this scientist is from Ghana amply demonstrates the deep penetration of Technocrat thought throughout the world. Technocrats promote themselves as being above “politics” because their science is “neutral”, but this is a most dangerous lie that should be called out and squashed.
As a Technocracy, it is no surprise that China would root for the demise of America. It basically says, ‘Our science is better than yours’ but fails to mention that much of their science was blatantly stolen from us. China seeks to establish a global Technocracy.
The healthcare industry has been riddled with and dominated by Technocrats for well over 20 years. This doctor calls it what it is and says “COVID-19 will wash this filth back into the sea from which it oozed out.”
This is the view of an economist in Brazil who also concludes that erroneous computer models and incessant media hype are the primary reasons the world was sucker-punched into destroying its economic and financial systems.
The United Nations has not called for UBI, but Technocrats do, and have done so since the 1930s when Technocracy as an economic system was invented at Columbia University. Early Technocrats sought to pay everyone a level wage in energy credits.
A Patriot Act for health care? A national data dragnet for patient data would result in mass exposure of private information and health records. Well, Patriot Act I was also brought to us by another Republican, President George W. Bush.
My recent article, The Common Roots Of Climate Change And COVID-19 Hysteria is again proven correct that the U.S policy has been unduly influenced by Imperial College and its lead statistician, Neil Ferguson, PhD.
TN contributor Jacob Nordangård, PhD presents the view from Sweden in succinct detail with relevant historical perspective. Not surprisingly, the European perspective on Technocracy is no different than that in America.