Technocracy: The Hard Road to World Order

In 1974, Trilateral Commission member and academic Richard Gardner wrote an article “The Hard Road to World Order” for Foreign Affairs magazine, predicting the future of the Commission’s self-proclaimed New International Economic Order. Gardner spoke of an “end-run around national sovereignty”, a “booming, buzzing confusion” and building it from the “bottom up” rather than attempting an “old-fashioned frontal assault.”

After almost 45 years, it is time to examine the record. In Technocracy: The Hard Road to World Order, Wood traces the steps and developments that led to the United Nations’ establishment of Sustainable Development as an outgrowth of historic Technocracy from the 1930s. UN programs such as 2030 Agenda, New Urban Agenda and the Paris Climate Agreement are all working together to displace Capitalism and Free Enterprise as the world’s principal economic system.

As a resource-based economic system, Sustainable Development intends to take control of all resources, all production and all consumption on planet earth, leaving all of its inhabitants to be micro-managed by a Scientific Dictatorship. Topics covered include the devolution of federal governments combined with the rise of global Smart Cities. Tools are examined, like ubiquitous surveillance, collaborative governance, Public-Private Partnerships, Reflexive Law, Fintech, including crypto currencies and the drive toward a cashless society.

The spiritual aspect of Sustainable Development is also explored as an important component of manipulation. Looking underneath the cover of globalization, Wood shatters the false narrative of a promised Utopia and exposes the true nature of the deception used to promote this new economic order.

Those elite who hate the bedrock of American liberty and its time-tested Constitution have pulled out all the stops to destroy both, and it’s time for citizens to stand up to reject them. As always, Wood closes with the nature of effective resistance and the tools that can help to achieve success.




Technocracy Rising: The Trojan Horse of Global Transformation

With meticulous detail and an abundance of original research, Patrick M. Wood uses Technocracy Rising to connect the dots of modern globalization in a way that has never been seen before so that the reader can clearly understand the globalization plan, its perpetrators and its intended endgame.

In the heat of the Great Depression during the 1930s, prominent scientists and engineers proposed a utopian energy-based economic system called Technocracy that would be run by those same scientists and engineers instead of elected politicians. Although this radical movement lost momentum by 1940, it regained status when it was conceptually adopted by the elitist Trilateral Commission (co-founded by Zbigniew Brzezinski and David Rockefeller) in 1973 to be become its so-called “New International Economic Order.”

The following 11 minute video is my personal message to you to decide if you really need to read Technocracy Rising.

 




Trilaterals Over Washington

Trilaterals Over Washington
Volumes I & II

This is the original documented story of the organization and members of the Trilateral Commission, founded in 1973 by David Rockefeller and Zbigniew Brzezinski, with the specific purpose of creating a “New International Economic Order”. With a small but powerful international membership, hand-picked by an executive committee, Commissioners asserted undue influence over America, Japan and Europe.

In 1976, Trilateral members James Earl Carter and Walter Mondale were elected to head the Executive Branch in the U.S., thus starting a 40 year hegemony over the greatest economic nation on earth. American influence and position was used to reform international trade, promote globalization and interdependence among nations. European Trilateral members were then instrumental in using the United Nations to create a doctrine of Sustainable Development and Green Economy: See Technocracy Rising: The Trojan Horse of Global Transformation (Wood, 2015) for details.

Originally written in 1979-1980, Trilaterals Over Washington quickly became a best-seller and over the course of about two years, sold over 75,000 copies internationally. The books were very well received for excellent scholarship and original research, and even became a frequently-used textbook in political science classes at many colleges in U.S. universities.

The co-author, Antony C. Sutton, passed in 2002 after authoring 24 books during a distinguished academic career that included UCLA and the Hoover Institution at Stanford University.




Globalization and the Crucible of Global Banking

Since at least 1973, the engine of globalization has been the troika of the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund and the Bank for International Settlements. Acting in concert with each other, national barriers were broken down and national assets were often raided with impunity.

There have been many books and papers written each of the individual institutions but very little has appeared that addresses how they interact with each other. This book in an introduction to the topic, and if research time were available, a much larger tome could be created.