Technocracy is here

In my experience technocracy is not in the social consciousness, and a recent conversation has prompted me to do this blog on the subject. Our mainstream news outlets don’t talk about it, and that perhaps is the reason why people aren’t aware of what is happening behind the scenes.

Science has changed and has become more like a religion that you mustn’t disagree with, or you will be labelled a denier. It has become a dictatorship as we have seen in this plandemic. I heard Patrick Wood say that technocracy is the science of social engineering. It is defined in the dictionary as government by scientists and engineers. From Technocracy News: “”Technocracy is the science of social engineering, the scientific operation of the entire social mechanism to produce and distribute goods and services to the entire population.”

The Technocrat (1938)”

Here Patrick Wood gives a good description of the history of Technocracy which first started in 1932, became Technocracy Inc. a movement formed first of all at Columbia University. It disappeared for a while … until the United Nations then later the Trilateral Commission and the Council for Foreign Relations took the baton.

It is alive and kicking in 2020 as we see UN Agenda 21/2030 at work and the World Economic Forum and World Health Organisation dictating rules around a plandemic, serviced by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. More recently George Soros has moved in with his funding of Black Lives Matter, Antifa and other change agents to stir up social unrest. They want to control everything and manipulate the masses to suit their agenda.

This is Patrick Wood’s website with news and info on his books.

Patrick Wood refers to Zbigniew Brzezinski’s book ‘Between Two Ages, America’s Role in the Technetronic Era’ published in 1970, as quite a comprehensive book for technocracy and geopolitics of the future. Also ‘Our Common Future’ a book by Gro Harlem Brundtland (a member of the Trilateral Commission) and Prime Minister of Norway who headed the World Commission on Environment and Development, an ‘independent’ body which was asked to formulate ‘A global agenda for change’ for the U.N.  This has led to the Sustainable Development Goals to manage the world’s resources.

Here is the climate change agenda, post plandemic from Kevin Mugur Galilae

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