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Energy Secretary Rick Perry Plans Data Domination With Largest Supercomputer in the World

Technocracy News & Trends for Friday, May 10, 2019

Ex-Governor of Texas Rick Perry is now Sec'y of Energy in the Trump Administration. Perry was the ramrod for the Trans-Texas Corridor when President Bush's North American Union tried to integrate Mexico, Canada in the United States into a model resembling the European Union. Now, Perry is building the largest super-computer in the world to run AI. Why? Listen to this podcast to get the seedy background. 

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Where Technocrats Play: U.S. Department Of Energy

Goodbye World: AI Arms Race Headed Toward Autonomous Killer Robots

Experts: Latin America Using Chinese Tech To ‘Exert Social Control’

Surveillance is now about monitoring emotions, behavior and attitudes

Technocracy News & Trends for Thursday, May 9, 2019

With lack of regulations and legislation, ubiquitous surveillance is way beyond simple biometric identification and is now focussing on behaviors, including pre-crime analysis. Facial expressions, eye movements, gate, respiration, etc., are fed to AI algorithms to sense mood, personality and emotions.

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The Future Of Surveillance Is About Behaviors, Not Faces

The Guardian: Is China-Style Surveillance Coming To The West?

Privacy Concerns Grow As IoT Devices Light Up

Smart City Designs Are Copied From 50-Year Old Failures

Technocracy News & Trends for Wednesday, May 8, 2019

Toronto is learning the hard way about Public-Private Partnerships with the likes of Google-linked  Sidewalk Labs. Smart City construction in its Quayside district is costly compared to traditional urban design, and data privacy is still an open sieve.

Smart City designers are not urban planners by any means, and are copying failed designs from over 50 years ago. Their Utopia will fail again, just as certainly as it did by 1960.

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Smart City Startup Quayside Draws Fire Over Privacy And High Costs

Cash Is King: San Francisco To Ban Credit-Only Stores

Deployment Of Construction Robots Displacing Laborers

Big Pharma’s global program to punish Vaccine deniers

Technocracy News & Trends for Tuesday, May 7, 2019

Technocracy has teeth when you don’t agree with its phony science. Big Pharma has driven this vaccine hysteria from day one, turning it into a belief system devoid of facts. In 2015, Al Gore proposed to “punish climate-change deniers”. 

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Epic Fail: Universal Basic Income (UBI) Is A Waste Of Money

Punish Deniers: Germany Wants To Fine Anti-Vax Parents Up To $2,800

Alexa Has Been Eavesdropping On You The Whole Time

Globalism is Technocracy, Not Communism

Technocracy News & Trends for Monday, May 6, 2019

Admittedly, Technocracy and Communism have some surface commonalities. For instance, they both manifest collectivism and both are autocratic as far as subjects are concerned. Technocracy is far worse, however, because it will result in a dystopian Scientific Dictatorship from which there is no escape.

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By Any Other Name, Globalism is Technocracy, Not Communism

Health Warning: The Risks Of 5G And Are They Worth Taking?

Darwin, Australia Adopts China’s Tech for Total Social Control

The Truth Behind Trump’s $2 Trillion Infrastructure Deal

Technocracy News & Trends for Friday, May 3, 2019

Technocracy’s dream is to perfect the global supply chain by streamlining infrastructure. To that end, this deal is highly suspicious. Sec’y. of Transportation Elaine Chao’s father James sits on the board of directors of China State Shipbuilding Corporation and her sister Angela is a board member of Bank of China. The conflict of interest is beyond the pale, even as Trump makes this $2 trillion deal with his supposed arch-enemy and antagonist Charles Schumer who serves as Senate Majority Leader.

Don’t expect the pothole in front of your house to be fixed. The focus will be on cross-border trade and a tsunami of Public-Private Partnerships that give control of our infrastructure to global corporations.

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Trump Agrees With Dems On $2 Trillion Infrastructure

Feds Seek Permanent Renewal Of NSA Phone Surveillance Law

Pressure Builds In Oakland To Ban Facial Recognition Tech

China Technocrats Use Massive Surveillance For Outright Oppression

Technocracy News & Trends for Thursday, May 2, 2019

Technocracy's big surveillance weapon in China is intensely focused on the Islamic province of Xinjiang, where every conceivable action, event, location is recorded and analyzed. Thus, Technocracy is demonstrated to oppress. If it can oppress one people group, it can oppress any other group as well. 

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Technocracy In Xinjiang: Track Every Movement, All Energy Usage

Augmented Or Artificial: When Reality Isn’t Real

Technocracy Is The Real Threat, Not Nationalism

 

The Fourth Amendment is under massive assault across the nation

Technocracy News & Trends for Wednesday, May 1, 2019

Whether 'Rapid DNA' testing, warrantless search of phones and laptops or law enforcement's use of facial recognition software, our own government is rapidly breaking down the barriers surrounding the Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. If not reversed, this will lead to Scientific Dictatorship, aka Technocracy.

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Warrantless: US Searches Of Phones, Laptops At Airports Rising

Amazon’s Facial-Recognition Tech ‘Supercharges’ Local Police

DHS To Start ‘Rapid DNA’ Testing At Border

Elitist Atlantic Council is major supporter of Sustainable Development

Technocracy News & Trends for Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Since 1973, the Atlantic Council has been a hotbed of Trilateral Commission members and initiatives. Founded by David Rockefeller and Zbigniew Brzezinski, the Commission resuscitated historic Technocracy and fed it to the United Nations as Sustainable Development. Today, both are steeped in UN initiatives and its Sustainable Development Goals.

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Atlantic Council Takes Over ‘100 Resilient Cities’ From Rockefeller Foundation

Regionalism: Smart Region Initiatives Overrule City Councils

Sustainable Mobility: Half Of All City Trips By Bicycle By 2030

UNEP Global Biodiversity Assessment Calls For Population Of 1 Billion People

The United Nations is holding its Biodiversity Conference in Paris this week to further define how mankind should co-exist with nature. The original Global Biodiversity Assessment from 1995 called for a sustainable level of human beings on planet earth: 1-3 Billion people. The GBA was the document that gave substance to Agenda 21, or the Agenda for the 21st Century, produced in 1992 at the first Earth Summit in Rio. This what THEY said, not me. 

Technocracy News & Trends for Monday, April 29, 2019

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UN Biodiversity Conference To Create ‘Paris Moment’ To ‘Rescue Nature’

No One Left Behind In New Global Cradle-To-Cradle Biometric Database

Biometric Smackdown: Backlash Grows Against Facial Recognition