China is planning for 50 Smart Cities like Shanghai as Internet of Things (IOT) takes off everywhere, but project managers are in a security tornado. The Technocrats who design for the IoT were not concerned about security so devices don’t interoperate with any common structure.
Building infrastructure is the mantra associated with building smart cities and connecting them together. Tech-enhanced infrastructure means Technocrats will be in charge of it.
The undercurrent of this article connects trade to Fintech and Smart Cities, both of which are tightly related to Sustainable Development, which is Technocracy. This further indicates the the Trump Administration has no awareness of Technocracy or the nefarious plans of the United Nations to overthrow Capitalism and Free Enterprise.
The IoT connects inanimate objects and humans in real time in order to monitor all facets of the societal machinery. Technocrats are at the heart of it, with the intent of fulfilling Technocracy.
Another insightful article on the coming pitfalls of Smart Cities – loneliness. Technocrats who are re-engineering society are concerned only with the physical needs of the human animal, and they care nothing about human emotions like love, compassion and loneliness.
This continuous sales pitch is reminiscent of the pre-financial crisis era when your mailbox was flooded with credit card offers, and yet credit was the last thing in the world you needed to improve your life.
Industry says, “Without a public-private partnership, a smart city plan will most likely remain stuck on the drawing board.” Technocracy marches forward on public money that is diverted to private ends, offering one of the biggest scams in history. Of course, they say “It’s good for you”, but the end of Scientific Dictatorship will be a scourge on humanity.
Mix the World Economic Forum with New Urban Agenda, and you get a massive spawning-ground for public-private partnerships. P3 is a blending of public and private financing, most comparable to fascism.
There is no official ‘national standard’ on how to build a smart city, and there are hundreds of giant companies competing for their share of technology sales. Bloomberg Philanthropies aims to change that.
Seattle aspires to be the top global city in America, implementing smart technology everywhere. It is staffing top leadership with Sustainable Development champions who are intent on using scientific methods to achieve total social engineering.