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– “..Technocracy is a global system designed to implement central resource management and control through rules-based micromanagement. The growth of technocracy is made possible by digital systems and software, artificial intelligence, and the “one way mirror” managed through 24/7 surveillance by intelligence and enforcement agencies—funded by our tax dollars”
Technocracy – Catherine Austin Fitts with Patrick M. Wood
“Today, four companies produce 84 percent of our beef. Four companies control the world’s grain market. Six corporations control 90 percent of the media. Ten companies control everything you buy. Three companies completely dominate the farm equipment market. Fourteen companies control the entire global auto industry. You get the idea. This extends to many different industries where giant global corporations are gobbling up everything in sight. How did we get to this point?” ~ Patrick Wood, “Monopoly Power Is Growing In Response To Sustainable Development”
Technocracy is a global system designed to implement central resource management and control through rules-based micromanagement. The growth of technocracy is made possible by digital systems and software, artificial intelligence, and the “one way mirror” managed through 24/7 surveillance by intelligence and enforcement agencies—funded by our tax dollars.
The beauty of technocracy is that it can be integrated into a wide variety of political and corporate systems. While the U.S. promotes the notion of markets and democratic process, our systems can be converted to technocracy with the integration of an endless stream of government, banking, and corporate rules and algorithms that manage and control our daily lives and infrastructure. The same process is rolling out in the one-party system of China and also via mind-numbing regulation by multiple coalition governments and institutions of the European Union.
Seeing and documenting this process is challenging. It requires integration of complex operations across many different industries and governments—and it is protected by extraordinary secrecy afforded to the military-industrial complex and the central banks.
Despite the challenges, publisher and economist Patrick M. Wood has succeeded in making the technocracy invasion visible. Patrick is the author of Technocracy Rising: The Trojan Horse of Global Transformation and Technocracy: The Hard Road to World Order.
Familiarity with technocracy is essential knowledge for understanding and navigating the modern world. Among other things, technocracy is the process by which small businesses and enterprises are driven out of business, intentionally creating larger market share and monopoly profit margins for large corporations. Many of us are managing the increased workload and expense of growing technocracy. Understanding the phenomenon makes a difference in managing the regulatory game.
…The classic Gaslight, which Patrick refers to in our discussion about technocracy. Gaslighting is “a form of psychological manipulation that seeks to sow seeds of doubt in a targeted individual or in members of a targeted group, making them question their own memory, perception, and sanity. Using persistent denial, misdirection, contradiction, and lying, it attempts to destabilize the victim and delegitimize the victim’s belief.” (Wikipedia).
Gaslighting is one of the tactics that the media and intelligence agencies use to outwit individuals who stand in the way of technocracy.