The Coronavirus is wreaking havoc in China, not only with the people suffering and dying, but also with its economy and political system. Everything that Technocrats had hoped to achieve with China, is now on its own deathbed with irregular heart beat.
This is the best book review written by international journalist, Alex Newman. Alex has travelled extensively around the world and is a top expert on the U.N. and Sustainable Development, aka Technocracy.
Nigel Farage did a masterful job of exiting the EU while bashing it one last time. Note that The Daily Telegraph openly calls the EU a Technocracy but Americans have no idea of what that means. It’s time to wake up
Leading global Technocrat and scholar, Dr. Parag Khanna, claims that the 21st century belongs to Asia, not to the U.S. or the West in general. He also wrote the book, Technocracy in America, calling for complete transformation of our nation.
IMF Director Kristalina Georgieva addressed the Peterson Institute, founded by the late Trilateral Commission member, Peter G. Peterson (1926–2018). The Peterson board of directors is a Who’s Who of other Trilateral members.
Technocrat rule is not just seen in Europe, China and India: The Islamic world is also strongly attracted to Techno-populism and Technocrat governance. In Lebanon’s case, even Hezbollah approves.
Amitai Etzioni is the modern academic father of Communitarianism, which elevates the ‘common good’ over individual rights. It stands diametrically opposed to liberalism and libertarianism.
The CFR’s education policies are virtually identical to historic Technocracy that wanted to develop education as a “continental system of human conditioning.” This is the same mentality that produced Alphas, Betas and Deltas in Huxley’s Brave New World.
The Asia & Pacific Policy Society notes that there is a strong temptation in policy circles to rely on Technocracy and that it is here to stay. The author asks, “Can we nameplate every new innovation as ‘smart’ while expecting it to redeem outdated policy thinking?
The social outcome of Technocracy in South Korea is pretty clear and young people are sounding off: “Escape Hell”. They are highly educated but increasingly limited is life options.