Listen to Patrick Wood on the Common Sense Show with Dave Hodges!
Discussing Technocracy and the Trilateral Commission on November 2, 2014
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Globalization Is Closing In
After researching, writing and speaking about globalization for almost 40 years now, I was alarmed when I discovered a few years ago that the endgame is Technocracy - not Socialism, Communism, or Fascism. The evidence of this is all around us but unless you can connect the dots correctly, you will never see the whole nefarious plan. This is why I wrote Technocracy Rising: The Trojan Horse of Global Transformation, which will be available for purchase in a few weeks.
What is Technocracy? It started as a movement in the early 1930s, and quickly died out by the end of WWII, but not before its engineer architects created a detailed plan for creating an alternative economic system that would fully replace capitalism. Technocracy would be based on energy accounting instead of price-based supply and demand accounting. Scientists and engineers would run this new economy according to the Scientific Method in order to create a perfect balance between man and nature.
We see the wide footprint of Technocracy today in things like Sustainable Development, Agenda 21, Green Economy, Cap & Trade, Carbon Credits, Climate Change, Smart Grid, Total Surveillance Society, Smart Growth, Federal land grabs, etc. It's all tied together to the same root, and it has collectively been brought to us as the "New International Economic Order" proposed by the Trilateral Commission in 1973.
The main purpose of August Forecast & Review is to provide a review of pertinent history and a forecast of future events based on current trends. It has taken 40 years of persistent planning and manipulation by members of the Trilateral Commission to bring the United States to the sorry condition that we find it in today. They have already converted China and Europe into the early stages of Technocracy. The United States is the only nation on earth that stands in their way of total domination.
Do you wonder why Obama is tearing apart the fabric of our nation? Do you wonder why he is so zealous to use Executive Orders to "legalize" illegal immigration and climate change initiatives? Hint: it's because he is a puppet in the hands of Trilateral Commission members who surround him. Technocracy is their agenda and Obama is going to give it to them.
So, here is my Forecast: given its current trajectory, America will completely succumb to Technocracy within 5 years unless Americans figure out a way to reject it. There will be no going back. It will deliver America into a Scientific Dictatorship that is diametrically opposed to all that our Republic and Constitution stand for: no personal or private property rights, no middle class, no freedom of speech, no unalienable rights, no ability to accumulate wealth and no privacy.
The place to start will be for you to read and digest my forthcoming book, Technocracy Rising: The Trojan Horse of Global Transformation. For all these years, American patriots have been fighting the wrong enemy. Our ladder has been leaning up against the wrong wall. Click below to stay in the loop.
Michael Coffman, PhD, author, lecturer, environmental scientist
In studying the records of the global elite, insider historian Carrol Quigley found that the elite intended that “the expert…replace the democratic voter in control of the political [and economic] system” by the twenty-first century. It would be done through endless planning by scientifically trained government bureaucrats and private sector “experts.” Called Technocracy, it was originally rejected by Americans in the 1930s, but has been quietly rebuilt into the mammoth regulatory behemoth that is now ready for prime time. Patrick Wood has done a masterful job in tracing Technocracy’s history, how it works to create totalitarian control and why it must be stopped. Technocracy Rising: The Trojan Horse of Global Transformation is a seminal book in exposing the very dark side of how an oppressive world government is systematically being constructed before our eyes with very few Americans being aware of it.
Carl Teichrib, editor of Forcing Change
Patrick Wood has uncovered and unpacked the rise of a little understood movement, one that, by its nature, demands a dramatic engineering of society. By carefully scraping through the layers, Pat has revealed the heartbeat of technocracy, and has given us a 'crash course' on its relevant history, its role in shaping our modern era, and how it seeks to construct tomorrow. The timing and importance of this book cannot be overstated.