Technocracy 2017-12-13T21:03:10+00:00

It is not Communism Socialism or Fascism, even though there are similarities and overlaps. Rather, it is an economic system originally designed in the 1930s to replace Capitalism and Free Enterprise. In 1938, ‘The Technocrat’ magazine defined Technocracy as follows:

“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… “

This is exactly what is happening today: social engineers working with global corporations to take over the entire economic and social landscape. Thus, society is being ‘scientifically’ reengineered to serve the corporate lords. The old-fashioned terms of ‘supply’ and ‘demand’ don’t apply any more. Consumer demand is artificially manipulated to soak up whatever global corporations decide they want to manufacture. In other words, Technocracy is a complete takeover of both the means of production and consumption, a feat never before attempted nor achieved in the history of the world.

It is a resource-based economic system that uses energy as its accounting system, whereas our current system relies on supply and demand and uses currency as its accounting system. Modern Technocracy was reinvigorated by members of the  Commission, co-founded in 1973 by David Rockefeller and Zbigniew Brzezinski In 1987, the Commission strategically passed it off to the United Nations under the aegis of Sustainable Development. The UN has since spread the doctrine all over planet earth in the form of treaties, agreements, initiatives and partnerships. To the corporate world, it has been sold as the “Green Economy” and “Natural Capitalism”. It was sold to civil society as “Smart Growth” and Agenda 21. In reality, it is a scientific dictatorship of scientists, engineers, and technology ‘experts’ that plan to micromanage every aspect of our lives.Patrick Wood, a 40 year expert on technocracy says, “Technocracy will destroy America as a nation and as a culture. It will trample freedom and liberty with the jackboot of Scientific Dictatorship.” It was adopted by the world elite as a main ideology that can be packaged and sold to the world to advance a new world order under the guise of technological advancement, convenience, and the ‘greater good of society’.

“This is the first time in the history of mankind that we are setting ourselves the task of intentionally, within a defined period of time to change the economic development model that has been reigning for at least 150 years, since the industrial revolution…This is probably the most difficult task we have ever given ourselves, which is to intentionally transform the economic development model, for the first time in human history.” [Christiana Figueres, Executive Secretary of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change 2015]

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Background

Founded by Howard Scott and M. King Hubbert in 1932 during the Great Depression, Technocracy proposed a radical new solution for the world’s economic ills. In 1932, Harry A. Porter wrote in Roosevelt and Technocracy

“Just as the Reformation established Religious Freedom, just as the Declaration of Independence brought about our Political Freedom, Technocracy promises Economic Freedom.” [Foreward, iii]

Porter’s plan included abandoning the gold standard, suspending the stock exchanges and nationalizing railroads and public utilities. Freedom notwithstanding, Porter then called for President-elect Franklin D. Roosevelt to be sworn in as Dictator rather than President so that he could overturn the existing economic system in favor of Technocracy

“Drastic as these changes from the present order of things may be, they will serve their purpose if only to pave the way for the Economic Revolution – and Technocracy ” (p. 63)

If Technocracy had truly been extinguished before the onset of WWII, we would not be concerned about it today. However, when Zbigniew Brzezinski wrote Between Two Ages: America’s Role in the Technetronic Era in 1968, it was essentially a Neo-Technocratic treatise calling for a fourth and final stage of world history, or the Technetronic Era.

When David Rockefeller picked Brzezinski to co-found the Trilateral Commission in 1973, it was with the specific goal to create a “New International Economic Order.” Without some knowledge of historic Technocracy exactly what the Trilateral Commission ultimately had in mind with such a goal could not possibly have been understood.

Today, it is necessary to rethink these issues in order to determine a) if this radical movement is still operating, b) what are their goals and c) how do they plan to achieve their goals.

In Carbon Currency: A New Beginning for Technocracy?, the subject of historic Technocracy was introduced in the context of creating a new economic system based on energy accounting rather than price accounting. An energy-based accounting system uses “energy certificates,” or Carbon Currency, instead of dollars or other fiat currencies. Periodic and equal allocations of available energy are made to citizens, but they must be used within the defined time period before they reach an expiration date. Furthermore, the ability to own private property and accumulate wealth would be deemed unnecessary.

The pressing and unanswered question is how would such a Technocratic system actually be implemented?

This paper will now address the strategy, tactical requirements and progress of establishing an energy-based Technate in North America. [“Technate” is the term used to describe the geographic region operated according to Technocracy Thus, a North American Technate would include Canada, Mexico and the U.S. and they would all be under common control. ]

Requirements

The Technocracy Study Course, written by Howard Scott and M. King Hubbert in 1932, established a detailed framework for Technocracy in terms of energy production, distribution and usage.

According to Scott and Hubbert, the distribution of energy resources must be monitored and measured in order for the system to work — and this is the key: monitoring and measuring.

They wrote that the system must do the following things:

  • “Register on a continuous 24 hour-per-day basis the total net conversion of energy.”
  • “By means of the registration of energy converted and consumed, make possible a balanced load.”
  • “Provide a continuous inventory of all production and consumption.”
  • “Provide a specific registration of the type, kind, etc., of all goods and services, where produced and where used.”
  • “Provide specific registration of the consumption of each individual, plus a record and description of the individual.” [Scott, Howard et al, Technocracy Study Source, p. 232]

In 1932, such technology did not exist. Time was on the Technocrat’s side, however, because this technology does exist today, and it is being rapidly implemented to do exactly what Scott and Hubbert specified: Namely, to exhaustively monitor, measure and control every ampere of energy delivered to consumers and businesses on a system-wide basis.

It’s called: Smart Grid.

What is Smart Grid?

Smart Grid is a broad technical term that encompasses the generation, distribution and consumption of electrical power, with an inclusion for gas and water as well. America’s aging power grid is increasingly fragile and inefficient. Smart Grid is an initiative that seeks to completely redesign the power grid using advanced digital technology, including the installation of new, digital meters on every home and business in the U.S.

These digital meters provide around-the-clock monitoring of a consumer’s energy consumption using continuous 2-way communication between the utility and the consumer’s property. Furthermore, meters will be able to communicate with electrical devices within the residence to gather consumption data and to control certain devices directly without consumer intervention.

According to a U.S. Department of Energy publication,

“The Department of Energy has been charged with orchestrating the wholesale modernization of our nation’s electrical grid… Heading this effort is the Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability. In concert with its cutting edge research and energy policy programs, the office’s newly formed, multi-agency Smart Grid Task Force is responsible for coordinating standards development, guiding research and development projects, and reconciling the agendas of a wide range of stakeholders.” (See The Smart Grid: An Introduction)

This is a relatively new initiative, but it is racing forward at breakneck speed. The Office of Electricity Delivery was created in 2003 under President George W. Bush, and elevated in stature in 2007 by creating the position of Assistant Secretary of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability to head it.

It is not clearly stated who “charged” the Department of Energy to this task, but since the Secretary of Energy answers directly to the President, it is assumed that it was a directive from the President. There certainly was no Congressional directive or mandate.

Implementation

On October 27, 2009, the Obama administration unveiled its Smart Grid plan by awarding $3.4 billion awarded to 100 Smart Grid projects. According to the Department of Energy’s press release, these awards will result in the installation of:

  • more than 850 sensors called “Phasor Measurement Units” to monitor the overall power grid nationwide
  • 200,000 smart transformers
  • 700 automated substations (about 5 percent of the nation’s total)
  • 1,000,000 in-home displays
  • 345,000 load control devices in homes

This is the “kick-start” of Smart Grid in the U.S. On January 8, 2010, President Obama unveiled an additional $2.3 billion Federal funding program for the “energy manufacturing sector” as part of the $787 billion American Reinvestment and Recovery Act. Funding had already been awarded to 183 projects in 43 states, pending Obama’s announcement.

One such project in the northwest is headed by Battelle Memorial Institute, covering five states and targeting 60,000 customers. The project was actually developed by the Bonneville Power Administration (BPA), a federal agency underneath the Department of Energy. Since it is pointedly illegal for a federal agency to apply for federal funds, BPA passed the project off to Battelle, a non-profit and non-governmental organization (NGO), which was promptly awarded $178 million.

It is interesting to note that BPA takes credit for originating the Smart Grid concept in the early 1990’s, which it termed “Energy Web.” You can see from BPA’s graphic depiction that it is comprehensive in scope from production to consumption.

According to Battelle’s August 27, 2009 press release,

“The project will involve more than 60,000 metered customers in Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington and Wyoming. Using smart grid technologies, the project will engage system assets exceeding 112 megawatts, the equivalent of power to serve 86,000 households.

‘The proposed demonstration will study smart grid benefits at unprecedented geographic breadth across five states, spanning the electrical system from generation to end-use, and containing many key functions of the future smart grid,’ said Mike Davis, a Battelle vice president. ‘The intended impact of this project will span well beyond traditional utility service territory boundaries, helping to enable a future grid that meets pressing local, regional and national needs’.”

Battelle and BPA intend to work closely together and there is an obvious blurring as to who is really in control of the project’s management during the test period.

In a “For Internal Use Only” document written in August 2009, BPA offers talking points to its partners. It states that “Smart Grid technology includes everything from interactive appliances in homes to smart meters, substation automation and sensors on transmission lines.” [Emphasis added]

A Network of Things

As the World Wide Web (WWW) is to people, the Network of Things (NOT) is to appliances. This brand new technology creates a wireless network between a broad range of inanimate objects from shoes to refrigerators. This concept is “shovel ready” for Smart Grid implementation because appliances, meters and substations are all inanimate items that technocrat would have communicating with each other.

GFAControllerGFA Controller Circuit

For instance, In 2008 the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) developed this small circuit board called a “Grid Friendly Appliance Controller.” According to a Department of Energy brochure,

“The GFA Controller developed by Pacific Northwest National Laboratory is a small circuit board built into household appliances that reduces stress on the power grid by continually monitoring fluctuations in available power. During times of high demand, appliances equipped with the controller automatically shut down for a short period of time, resulting in a cumulative reduction that can maintain stability on the grid.”

According to PNNL’s website,

“The controller is essentially a simple computer chip that can be installed in regular household appliances like dishwashers, clothes washers, dryers, refrigerators, air conditioners, and water heaters. The chip senses when there is a disruption in the grid and turns the appliances off for a few seconds or minutes to allow the grid to stabilize. The controllers also can be programmed to delay the restart of the appliances. The delay allows the appliances to be turned on one at a time rather than all at once to ease power restoration following an outage.”

You can see how automatic actions are intended to be triggered by direct interaction between objects, without human intervention. The rules will be written by programmers under the direction of technocrat who understand the system, and then downloaded to the controllers as necessary. Thus, changes to the rules can be made on the fly, at any time and without the homeowner’s knowledge.

PNNL is not a private enterprise, however. It is “owned” by the U.S. Department of Energy and operated by Battelle Memorial Institute!

All of this technology will be enabled with Wi-Fi circuitry that is identical to the Wi-Fi-enabled network modems and routers commonly used in homes and businesses throughout the world. Wi-Fi  is a trademark of the Wi-Fi Alliance that refers to wireless network systems used in devices from personal computers to mobile phones, connecting them together and/or to the Internet.

According to the Wi-Fi Alliance, “the need for Smart Grid solutions is being driven by the emergence of distributed power generation and management/monitoring of consumption.” In their white paper, Wi-Fi for the Smart Grid, they list the specific requirements for interoperability posted by the Department of Energy:

  1. “Provide two-way communication among grid users, e.g. regional market operators, utilities, service providers and consumers”
  2. “Allow power system operators to monitor their own systems as well as neighboring systems that affect them so as to facilitate more reliable energy distribution and delivery”
  3. “Coordinate the integration into the power system of emerging technologies such as renewable resources, demand response resources, electricity storage facilities and electric transportation systems”
  4. “Ensure the cyber security of the grid”

Thus, the bi-directional and real time Smart Grid communications network will depend on Wi-Fi from end to end. This is easily understood from the two figures included in the Wi-Fi Alliance white paper:

Figure1

Figure2

While the consumer is pacified with the promise of lower utility costs, it is the utility company who will enforce the policies set at the regional, national and global regulators. Thus, if a neighboring system has a shortage of electricity, your thermostat might automatically be turned down to compensate; if you have exceeded your monthly daytime quota of electricity, energy-consuming tasks like washing and drying clothes, could be limited to overnight hours.

Smart Grid and the utility’s control extends beyond electricity. Notice in Figure 1 above that there is a Wi-Fi linkage to gas and water meters as well!

Consumer Blowback?

Wall Street Journal reported “What Utilities Have Learned From Smart-Meter Tests…” on February 22, 2010, and revealed several important early aspects of smart grid implementation.

  • A principal goal is to enable utilities to restructure rate plans
  • A principal goal is to force consumer behavior to change
  • Some utility executives anticipate and fear a consumer rebellion

Nevertheless, the big carrot for utility companies to go along with the government’s Smart Grid is to balance electrical demand, cut back on new power generation facilities and enhance their profit picture.

Before the dust settles on Smart Grid, both consumers and utilities may learn some sharp lessons about government intervention: When the government shows up on your doorstep and offers to help you save money, everyone knows that is an oxymoron. Government does not function to help people or companies to save money or to be more efficient; rather, it functions to maintain and increase its own power and control over its citizens.

Going Global

The UNEP report mentioned above reveals that “15 percent of the fiscal stimulus funds committed for 2009-2010, which exceed $3.1 trillion, can be regarded as green in nature… most green components are oriented towards energy efficiency and renewable energies in a variety of sectors.”

A BusinessWeek article, “How Italy Beat the World to a Smarter Grid” stated on November 16, 2009 that, “After several false starts, 2010 finally could be the year when smart meters go global.”

Indeed, it is

  • Italy has already implemented Smart Grid technology in 85 percent of its homes nationwide
  • earth2tech.com reports that Smart Grid will generate $200 billion of global investment in the next few years
  • The International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) has laid out a global roadmap to insure interoperability of Smart Grid systems between nations
  • Global companies are rushing to gain their share of the global Smart Grid market: IBM, Siemens, GE, Cisco, Panasonic, Kyocera, Toshiba, Mitsubishi, etc.
  • China is spending $7.32 billion to build out Smart Grid in Asia

Other countries with Smart Grid pilot projects already launched include Germany, France, England, Russia, Japan, India, Australia, South Africa and a host of others. Regional organizations such as SMARTGRIDS Africa have been set up to promote Smart Grid in smaller countries.

Thus, the global rush is on. In every case, Smart Grid is being accelerated by government stimulus spending. The global vendors are merely lining up their money buckets to be filled up with taxpayer funds.

As is the case in the U.S., there was little, if any, preexisting or latent demand for Smart Grid technology. Demand has been artificially created by the respective governments of each country.

Conclusion

Smart Grid meets 100 percent of the Technocracy’s original requirements as described above. In other words, it will monitor and control both delivery and consumption of energy and other green resources such as water and gas.

The Smart Grid initiative was developed and funded by government agencies and NGO’s. It was the Energy Department’s Bonneville Power Authority that invented the concept in the 1990’s. It was the Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory that invented the Grid Friendly Appliance Controller. It was the Federal Administration that showered billions of dollars over the private sector to jump-start the nationwide initiative to implement Smart Grid in every community.

If the Federal government had not been the initial and persistent driver, would Smart Grid exist at all? It is highly doubtful.

Following the same pattern as the U.S., many other industrialized nations are implementing Smart Grid at the same time, using their own stimulus money. This synchronized implementation is certainly by design, and as such, it implies that there must be a designer. Who might be providing such top-down coordination on a global basis must be saved for another paper. One thing is certain: The technology being purchased world-wide all originated in the United States and is being marketed by the same global corporations as mentioned above.

Lastly, there is an assumption throughout Smart Grid literature that the Federal Administration will have full visibility of all data within the Smart Grid, even down to the individual household. They will also be in a position to set national, regional and local distribution and consumption policies, such as your “fair share” of available energy, gas and water.

International standards created for Smart Grid will also enable the U.S. Smart Grid to be connected seamlessly with Canada and Mexico, thus providing a comprehensive North American energy management and distribution system.

Is Smart Grid destined to be a global phenomenon? Yes. Is it designed to support a new global Technocratic, resource-based economic system? Yes.

Technocracy must be seen for what it is An attempt to impose a totalitarian scientific dictatorship. In 1933, it called for the inauguration of Franklin Delano Roosevelt as dictator in order to “pave the way for economic revolution.” Fortunately at the time, they failed in their attempted coup

If today’s Smart Grid is successfully completed, it will enable the conversion of our existing economic system into something far different and far worse. This is why the American people repudiated Technocracy in 1933, and this is exactly why we (and citizens around the world) should thoroughly repudiate it today.

This article was originally published in 2010 on August Forecast & Review | Written by Patrick Wood

Resources

On January 10, 2017 Khanna released to the world his latest propaganda book,Technocracy in America: Rise Of The Info-State. Promotional material states,

“American democracy just isn’t good enough anymore… The ideal form of government for the complex 21st century is what Khanna calls a ‘direct technocracy ’ one led by experts but perpetually consulting the people through a combination of democracy and data. From a seven-member presidency and a restructured cabinet to replacing the Senate with an Assembly of Governors, Technocracy in America is full of sensible proposals that have been proven to work in the world’s most successful societies. Americans have a choice for whom they elect president, but they should not wait any longer to redesign their political system following Khanna’s pragmatic vision.”

To showcase this latest book, TIME published Khanna’s own summary, 5 Radical Solutions to Fix Our Busted Government, in which he discusses 5 policy recommendations that are very reminiscent of Technocracy policies seen in the 1930s:

  1. Abolish the electoral college
  2. Create a streamlined and expert Cabinet
  3. Replace the Senate with an Assembly of Governors
  4. Let the Supreme Court modify the Constitution
  5. Restore a strong federal service that knows how to run a country

Technocrat Henry A. Porter wrote Roosevelt and Technocracy in 1933. He bluntly called for President-elect Roosevelt to declare himself dictator in order to summarily implement Technocracy He likewise called for the abolition of Congress.

In order to implement Khanna’s Technocracy President-Elect Trump would similarly have to declare himself dictator, because the citizenry of America would never voluntarily accept these moves.

Fortunately, Khanna’s radical Technocracy in America will not be released into a vacuum because Patrick Wood’s book Technocracy Rising: The Trojan Horse of Global Transformation has already been warning about this for two years (released in 2015). Additionally, he has addressed hundreds of audiences on radio, video and in person about the reality and dangers of Technocracy

For all those who have doubted whether Technocracy is a clear and present danger to America (and the entire world), you can and should translate your doubts into alarm, because the global elite themselves have now declared that Technocracy is the endgame.

technocracy-risingMore recently, the UN’s 2030 Agenda and New Urban Agenda agreements have been adopted by over 190 nations of the world. The 2030 Agenda established the 17 new and expanded Sustainable Development Goals for the next 15 years, while the New Urban Agenda sets the standards for Smart Cities throughout the world. Between the two initiatives, the UN is asking for control over 100 percent of all production and 100 percent of all consumption. They, in turn, will utilize science and the Scientific Method to restructure and control the entire global economy and society.

Americans rejected Technocracy in the 1930s and saved themselves from Scientific Dictatorship. While Khanna wrote in TIME “a bit more technocracy could ensure America’s best days aren’t behind it”,  Dr. Wood suggests the polar opposite: “Technocracy will destroy America as a nation and as a culture. It will trample freedom and liberty with the jackboot of Scientific Dictatorship.”

Be warned. Be alarmed.

With the outcome of the 2016 U.S. Presidential election being a failure for the globalist they may be ready to stage a coup on democracy and do away with the office of President altogether – convincing America that the system is broken. Patrick Wood says in an article on his website, Technocracy.news, the following:

First, note that there have been a rash of articles appearing recently in globalist media hammering on the failure of  and soon demise of Democracy

According to globalist reasoning, Democracy was a useful tool to get us to where we are today, but it is woefully inadequate to take us into the future. It’s dead. It’s over. It’s time for something new, a final solution to America’s myriad problems.

Zbigniew Brzezinski predicted this in his 1970 book, Between Two Ages: America’s Role In the Technetronic Era,  namely, that Communism and Socialism were necessary stepping stones to get to the end game, but they were not the end game in themselves. The final target was to be Brzezinski’s Technetronic Era, which I pointedly contend is little more than warmed over Technocracy from the 1930s. In 1973, Brzezinski co-founded the Trilateral Commission with David Rockefeller to create a “New International Economic Order”.

Second, President Obama took only eight years to systematically deconstruct America using radical Marxist tactics. It was a thoroughly effective game plan, and it has decidedly broken the existing political/economic system in the process. In fact, it was so broken that Hillary Clinton, the mistress of political gamesmanship, could not even win the 2016 Presidential election! This ‘failure’ happened as Trilateral Commission members surrounded Obama for all eight years of his tenure as President, and as Clinton and her campaign was carefully managed by Trilateral bigwig John Podesta.

After 40 years of careful observation, I have concluded that the globalist strategy is always played like a chess game. They think several moves ahead of us, and they use every means possible to cover their tracks and to mislead about their future intentions. Antony Sutton and I broke their code in the 1970s, and I attest that nothing has changed today.

Thus, the next move on this grand chess board will be to fuel the flames of discontents who call for (demand) trashing democracy altogether. Simultaneously, Technocracy will be presented as the perfect, if not only, solution to replace it.

So, it is no coincidence that global scholar Parag Khanna’s new book,Technocracy in America: Rise of the Info-State, was released on Tuesday, January 10, 2017, just 10 days prior to Inauguration Day for President-elect Trump. Nor is it a coincidence that Khanna has already gained a major platform of progressive media to push his radical ideas:

Some readers will immediately reject my prediction as being ridiculous, stating that Technocracy will never gain any foothold in America. Such readers would do well to review history; in the 1930’s and 40s, there were over 500,000 card-carrying, dues-paying members of Technocracy Inc. and it was wildly popular with millions of other Americans. If Americans were dumb enough to believe it then, they can be dumb enough to believe it today.

You can test my prediction in coming weeks and months in two ways. First, watch for calls to end democracy or radically restructure government. Second, watch for increased media coverage of Khanna’s call for a ‘direct technocracy’ in America. Some of the high points of Khanna’s book include,

  • Abolishing the electoral college
  • Turning the presidency into an Executive Committee with multiple members
  • Abolishing the Senate, replacing it with executive Technocrat from each state
  • Transferring custody of the Constitution from the Senate to the Supreme Court
  • Filling civil service positions with apolitical Technocrat
  • Removing politicians from any influence on operational issues regarding society

Trilaterals and global elite strategists are not the only people in the world who can play chess. I have just given you their most-likely next move in advance, so the only question that remains is how you will answer that move?

* Yes, America was founded as a Constitutional Republic, but progressives and elitists do not recognize this form of government. Therefore, they will never refer to America as anything other than a Democracy

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