Technocrats are already heavily embedded in the fabric of American economic life, and the push for infrastructure buildout is relentless.
Articles by Patrick Wood
A tectonic-level battle could soon take place over the fundamental structure of America, and hardly anyone sees it coming. Nevertheless, I am making a bold prediction for 2017.
Police receive buckets of money in grants from outside the city’s oversight, and are thus not accountable for how it is used. Police departments need to be put back under the total direction of the cities they serve, and the taking of outside funds should be forbidden.
The trickle-down effect of total surveillance makes it ok for retailers to use whatever means they can to drill down into customer privacy. The Technocrat mind will not make any moral argument to prevent it.
When Obama unleashed Smart Grid in 2009 via stimulus funding to utilities, it was evident that it was meant for comprehensive surveillance within homes and businesses. Control over energy and people is key to the implementation of Technocracy.
People will not move to action on any issue, no matter how serious, unless they become alarmed. The reason that Technocracy continues to saturate America is because people are not yet alarmed about it. They see no clear and present danger.
Time Magazine just published a book review written by the author of Technocracy In America, which calls for draconian changes in the structure of America.
The United Nations seeks control over the Internet because it provides control over the Internet of Things (IoT). Censorship of web sites and free speech is a convenient smokescreen to mask their real intentions.
The incredulous open-border policy being practiced in Europe is the same policy being exercised in the United States. Not only is our southern border with Mexico virtually wide-open for anyone to sneak into our country illegally, but Obama’s Executive Branch cabal is importing tens of thousands of immigrants from countries in the mideast that are known terrorist hotspots.
The world, including political, economic and religious, has seemingly gone mad over social justice. However, it is an evil philosophy that must be repudiated at every opportunity, from politics and churches alike.