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Technocracy and Sustainable Development.

The ominous danger is their ability to monitor everything

Technocracy and Sustainable Development

Technocracy and Sustainable Development

by Karen Schumacher

Technocracy may be an unfamiliar concept to many or not easily understood by those who are familiar with it, or even it’s relationship to the United Nations (UN) 17 Agenda 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).  Both are one in the same. 

Essentially, under the ruse of the UN originated climate change catastrophe to come, in order to sustain earth for “future generations”, we have been indoctrinated into believing steps must to be taken before earth is destroyed, by humans.  To accomplish this, technocracy is used to achieve sustainability, or the SDGs.  However, it is much more nefarious than just achieving sustainability.

Basically, technocracy is defined as the management of society by technical experts with decisions based on science.  It is the use of science that will fix all societal problems and create the perfect world with no problems, while at the same time using only science that supports technocratic and sustainable objectives.

However, the end goal is not fixing problems, technocracy is used for the purposes of taking control over resource production and consumption, as UN Executive Secretary Christiana Figueres stated, “to intentionally transform the economic development model for the first time in human history.” 

This consumption and production model is often called a resource based or green economy.  The essence is resource production that does not harm the environment, then equally distributing those resources for consumption, keeping a balance between the two.

Sounds good, does it not?  But, the underlying objective, through technocracy, science, and SDG, is having control over every aspect of life, including humans.

If still difficult to understand, agriculture and food production, as a vital resource for life, may be one of the best examples of how this is being accomplished.  As noted in SDG 2,  “Agriculture systems worldwide must become more productive and less wasteful. Sustainable agricultural practices and food systems, including both production and consumption, must be pursued from a holistic and integrated perspective.”

Through UN business partnerships such as the Global Compact and World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD), and agriculture corporations, such as Monsanto, Cargill, Bayer, and Caterpillar, these corporations are tasked with SDG implementation.  Using technology and science, corporate technocrats are taking control over food production, out of our hands.

John Deere, which manufactures farming equipment, is in on the sustainability game as well.  Using artificial intelligence (AI) and 5G for internet of things (IOT) connectivity, the agricultural sector becomes fully automated, with the farmer only needing to sit by and watch it all work.  Ah, how wonderful!  Technocracy is truly solving world problems for sustainable development.

Again, there is a hidden objective by all this wonderful work.  Here is where technocratic control over production, and us, comes into play.

In Nebraska, a farmer is fighting the exposed plan for control, “the right to repair their own farm equipment”.   This inability to repair their own farm equipment has resulted in a “steady shift in operational control from farmer to machine.”  This is the objective of technocracy, technocrats behind that machinery will control and have management over production, and society. 

While machinery repair is pompously seen as “all too complicated for farmers to be getting involved in” and claiming “the issue isn’t actually repair”, the Association of Equipment Manufacturers states, “it’s agitators who insist on the right to modify the machines.”  Farmers are now “agitators”.  Even though purchased by the farmer, they only hold an “implied license” to run the machinery. 

This software is also used for data collection, justified as needing to feed the “10 billion people expected on Earth by 2050”, a UN mantra.

This control over society is strictly run by corporate technocrats, a self perceived elitist group of experts,  The ominous danger is their ability to monitor everything, from detecting when a farmer sits in equipment, to when that equipment is being monitored by the farmer.  With a flip of a switch or a push of a button, all food production can be halted by technocrats by disabling the machinery or shutting down internet access. 

This act alone completely obliterates independence and freedom, forcing submission to an unknown entity.  But that is what technocracy, the UN, and Agenda 2030 are about, control.  Using the mask of climate change, utilizing sustainable development as the solution, a technocratic world is being implemented upon us.

Using technocracy, covering every sector of life in the SDG, the groundwork is being laid for the extermination of how we live, our freedom and independence, while taking control over resources.  From housing, health care, energy, use of water, and others, data will be captured and monitored through 5G and IOT, determining resource production, how resources will be distributed for consumption, what we consume, and what we are doing in our daily lives. 

That is the reason for the advancement of 5G.  For data collection and sharing, 5G connectivity is needed for monitoring everything, and everyone.   Food production is an example of how that data will be gathered and monitored, most likely not a mistake as one of the first targeted areas. 

Potential for it being used for harm against humans now exists.  We will be forced to acquiesce to technocratic demands as they gain control.  It is critical for everyone to understand how technocracy works as it is a masterful plan for social engineering.

As forecast in this connectivity and IOT powerpoint by a Senior Fellow for Global Urban Development, exponential acceleration of technology will continue and societies will be shaken. 

From this agricultural example, it is easy to see how corporate entities have captured control with the use of technology, and the ability to shut production down.  Farmers will have no choice but to submit to corporate technocrats. 

It is the same for everything, through electronic health records healthcare professionals could be forced out if certain medical practices are not followed like mandatory vaccinations, education will only be delivered through software curriculum created by a UN partner such as Microsoft or textbook publisher Pearson, or housing developments built to monitor water usage.  Every aspect of life with be controlled by technocracy.

It is time for Americans to wake up to the now existing threat to our lives.  Technocracy is the reality that will destroy us forever, placing us under a system that will forever dictate and control how we live.  This is the real threat to humanity, not climate change, but a totalitarian state of technocracy delivered by corporations and the UN.

 

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1 Comment on Technocracy and Sustainable Development.

  1. It is a pleasure to read this outstanding presentation on the dangers carried subtly in the UN’s embrace of Technocracy. I have a couple of things to share, Karen, but first would simply like to thank you for this article. I am one who is familiar with Technocracy and as I read down the paragraphs of your article, I mused to myself, “Elias, just wait until Karen finds out about Patrick Wood. It was a pleasing moment when I finally came to your link to Technocracy News, Pat Wood’s site. Thank you for linking your readers to that site. I hope they take time to read that whole page —

    https://www.technocracy.news/quick-start/

    About Patrick Wood, several years ago he was on the John B. Wells show, “Caravan To Midnight”, for three and a half hours. I posted that video at The Mental Militia website and also took down notes of Pat’s presentation and composed those notes into a condensed outline, which I placed under the video of their interview. Your readers can enjoy all that here —

    https://thementalmilitia.net/readers-regiment/patrick-wood/

    So the material on Patrick Wood’s work on Technocracy is one of the two things I wanted to share with you. The other thing is this new film just now coming out, a documentary on Agenda 21 entitled “UNsustainable”. The film is powerful and professionally put together into a two-disc DVD set which can now be pre-ordered. Of the two parts (one on each disc in the set), Part One has been online for free viewing already, and part two will be opened online for free public viewing also. I would encourage everyone to view this film, and if anyone can, purchase the DVD set to share with friends. This film will tie together everything you’ve cautioned readers about in your article. (Had we known about the farmer suing for the right to repair his own equipment, that too would have been included in this film. 😉

    Here is an excerpt from James Jaeger’s Progress Report on the film’s completion, emailed to his supporting audience on March 12 2020 –[Quoting]

    “The Premiere of Part II – “The Reality” will be Wednesday,
    25 March 2020. You can screen Part II between 5PM and 9PM Pacific (8-12
    Eastern) at http://www.UNsustainable.us/premiere
    If you miss the screening you can get it on DVD by going to http://www.MoviePubs.net

    We are also now accepting pre-orders for the DVD, which
    include both Parts I and II. DVDs will be shipped shortly after the
    Premiere. Again go to http://www.MoviePubs.net to order DVDs.
    Generous discounts are available for quantity orders.

    Part I of UNSUSTAINABLE is still up on the Net for free and
    is currently being screened by about 250 people per day. So if you
    missed the Premiere of Part I (or want a review), you can still watch it and
    share it with family, friends and associates
    by going to https://youtu.be/hX0Kv_ndftc or accessing it through the Home Video
    Network at http://www.HomeVideo.net
    [End Quoted passages from James Jaeger’s Progress Report of March 12 2010]

    Thank you again Karen. If you would like an introduction to James Jaeger and/or Patrick Wood, either of whom would be happy to make your acquaintance, I’m available at eliasalias@gmail.com
    Salute!

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