Technocracy News & Trends for Friday, November 8, 2019
Brandon Smith hits several nails squarely on the head, starting with the architects of modern globalism like Trilateral Commission member Richard N. Gardner who wrote The Hard Road to World Order in 1974.
Not incidentally, this article provided the subtitle to my book, Technocracy: The Hard Road to World Order.
The struggle we face is not for survival, but rather for prevailing over a twisted technocrat ideology run by twisted global elites who think they have some divine, if not satanic, right to rule over mankind with micromanaged precision.
Smith correctly concludes, “Freedom and the fight for peace and balance in the face of would-be emperors is an infinite battle. It never ends. The fight IS freedom. Without the fight, freedom disappears.”
Stories covered today
Liberty V. Technocracy: Fighting to Succeed Isn’t Fighting To Survive
Judge: DNA Data Can Be Mined By Police, Government
Jaywalk Shaming: China Puts Your Face And Name On E-Billboard
Technocracy News & Trends for Monday, November 4, 2019
The ultra-left environmental group, Sierra Club, claims that 50 other California cities are also considering a ban on natural gas, the cleanest, cheapest and most resilient source of energy on planet earth.
So far, San Jose is the largest city in the U.S. to ban natural gas. The only by-products of burning natural gas are water and CO2, which is used by plants to generate oxygen. There are enough proven reserves currently in production that could power the entire U.S. for at least 80 years, and more reserves are being discovered every year. New scientific discoveries have demonstrated that hydrocarbon fuels are continually regenerated within the earth.
The object of Sustainable Development, aka Technocracy, is to create artificial shortages in critical resource that subsequently demand limited allocation. Of course, the ‘managers’ will be the U.N. and NGOs and not citizens or private companies.
Stories covered today
San Jose, CA Next City To Ban Natural Gas
Virtue Signaling With Long-Term ‘Green Bonds’
Nature’s Rights Movement Will Destroy Concept Of Private Property