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Corona Technocrat's Coup d'état

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posted on Apr, 23 2020 @ 08:26 AM
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Are you scared? You should be. This virus is an attack on your rights, your freedoms and your sanity.
And it's quite obvious what's happening once you open your eyes.


Scientists are taking over our gouvernement. "Good" you might say "in this time of crisis, it's what we need"

Let me take you on a little tour

Technocracy


is an ideological system of governance in which decision-makers are selected on the basis of their expertise in a given area of responsibility, particularly with regard to scientific or technical knowledge. This system explicitly contrasts with the notion that elected representatives should be the primary decision-makers in government,[1] though it does not necessarily imply eliminating elected representatives. Leadership skills for decision-makers are selected on the basis of specialized knowledge and performance, rather than political affiliations or parliamentary skills.


They've sneaked up on us, in plain sight because nobody can oppose ratio in decision making per se.
Also from Wikipedia:


In 2013, a European Union library briefing on its legislative structure referred to the Commission as a "technocratic authority", holding "legislative monopoly" over the EU lawmaking process despite being unelected.[21] The briefing suggests that this system, which relegates the European Parliament to a vetoing and amending body, was "originally rooted in the mistrust of the political process in post-war Europe." This system is unique, since the Commission's sole right of legislative initiative is a power usually associated with Parliaments.

The former government of the Soviet Union has been referred to as a technocracy.[22] Soviet leaders like Leonid Brezhnev often had a technical background in education; in 1986, 89% of Politburo members were engineers.[22]

Leaders of the Communist Party of China used to be mostly professional engineers. As a result of surveying the mayor and governor of a city with a population of 1 million or more in China, more than 80% often had a technical background in education.[23][24] The Five-year plans of the People's Republic of China have enabled them to plan ahead in a technocratic fashion to build projects such as the National Trunk Highway System, the China high-speed rail system, and the Three Gorges Dam.[25][page needed] However under Party general secretary Xi Jinping, engineers have been mostly replaced by political experts, economists and theorists; Xi himself is the only one to have an engineering degree in the current Politburo Standing Committee.[26][27]

Several governments in European parliamentary democracies have been labeled 'technocratic' based on the participation of unelected experts ('technocrats') in prominent positions.[3] Since the 1990s, Italy has had several such governments (in Italian, governo tecnico) in times of economic or political crisis,[28][29] including the formation in which economist Mario Monti presided over a cabinet of unelected professionals.[30][31] The term 'technocratic' has been applied to governments where a cabinet of elected professional politicians is led by an unelected prime minister, such as in the cases of the 2011-2012 Greek government led by economist Lucas Papademos, and the Czech Republic's 2009–2010 caretaker government presided over by the state's chief statistician, Jan Fischer.[4][32] In December 2013, in the framework of the national dialogue facilitated by Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet, political parties in Tunisia agreed to install a technocratic government led by Mehdi Jomaa.[33]

In the article "Technocrats: Minds Like Machines",[4] it is stated that Singapore is perhaps the best advertisement for technocracy: the political and expert components of the governing system there seem to have merged completely. This was underlined in a 1993 article in "Wired" by Sandy Sandfort,[34] where he describes the information technology system of the island even at that early date making it effectively intelligent.


The author Patrick M. Wood has not only several books on the topic but also a website technocracy news
He has been quite vocal about the rising threat.
The following can be found on smart grid awareness



Technocrats are individuals who firmly believe that societal problems can and must be solved using technology-focused solutions. Some of these individuals are quite extreme in their beliefs and favor a form of government, a technocracy, which would represent a scientific dictatorship. In this technocracy, the current price-based economic system would be replaced with one based upon the control of energy distribution and consumption. Such a world would be one where “Technocrats” know best and impose their esoteric idealized view of society upon the human race. Technologically based corporations and professional organizations are seen as enablers of this societal transformation.


What we see now is basically the implementation of the UN Agenda 21 also a deeply technocratic vision and it's been extended to 2030 but seeing how the majority is willfully giving up all their freedoms and rights it's obvious they achieve their goals in time after all.

Who is promising you an end of the threat, a vaccine though that has never worked with a Corona virus before? Billy Gates, technocrat.



As stated by Wood in the Introduction to the newly published book:

“My premise is that when [the Trilateral Commission] was founded in 1973, [it] quietly adopted a modified version of historic Technocracy to craft what it called a ‘New International Economic Order’. This has been largely unrecognized even to this day. With the combined weight of the most powerful global elite behind it, Technocracy has flourished in the modern world and has perhaps reached the tipping point of no return.


The Trilateral Commission is a brain child of Rockefeller and Jeffrey Epstein was a member... funny, ey?


Social critic and academic Noam Chomsky has criticized the commission as undemocratic, pointing to its publication The Crisis of Democracy, which describes the strong popular interest in politics during the 1970s as an "excess of democracy".[15] He described it as one of the most interesting and insightful books showing the modern democratic system not to really be a democracy at all, but controlled by elites. Chomsky says that as it was an internal discussion they "let their hair down" and talked about how the public needs to be reduced to its proper state of apathy and obedience.[16]


Be a good citizen: OBEY




posted on Apr, 23 2020 @ 08:46 AM
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a reply to: Peeple

I can see clearly now...........it's 2020

20/20 vision is a term used to express normal visual acuity (the clarity or sharpness of vision) measured at a distance of 20 feet. If you have 20/20 vision, you can see clearly at 20 feet what should normally be seen at that distance.



posted on Apr, 23 2020 @ 08:50 AM
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posted on Apr, 23 2020 @ 08:50 AM
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When interviewing a Penn University professor for my thesis, he informed me that more than 50% of peer-reviewed papers are flat-out wrong and based on unwarranted assumptions. Data can be manipulated to run whatever narrative you want. We have to stop treating the white coats like infallible demi-gods.



posted on Apr, 23 2020 @ 08:53 AM
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So then, a technocracy equals a neo-theocracy.

I have often thought our "leaders" should be better educated in areas outside of their legal, political, and diplomatic "expertise", but they aren't, so they rely on "experts" to fill in the blanks. This has obviously led to far more than an advisory role. It has become zealotry at a level many religious folks would be uncomfortable with.


edit on 4/23/2020 by Klassified because: re-phrase



posted on Apr, 23 2020 @ 08:55 AM
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Well yes but not every scientist is the same. Just as progress, innovation and research are not bad.

The problem is just when it's used to control the sovereign instead of serving them.



posted on Apr, 23 2020 @ 09:00 AM
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posted on Apr, 23 2020 @ 09:10 AM
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originally posted by: cooperton
When interviewing a Penn University professor for my thesis, he informed me that more than 50% of peer-reviewed papers are flat-out wrong and based on unwarranted assumptions. Data can be manipulated to run whatever narrative you want. We have to stop treating the white coats like infallible demi-gods.


Indeed, half of all "medical literature" is false (or at least it was at the time), could it be even worse now? Half of All the [Medical] Literature is False



posted on Apr, 23 2020 @ 09:12 AM
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a reply to: Peeple

I'm worried and frustrated beyond belief about what we are currently witnessing. It seems there is little to nothing the common man can do about this though. The general populous is going right along with this and trust the enemy media and the narrative they have created...



posted on Apr, 23 2020 @ 09:13 AM
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a reply to: Peeple

Right now it seems that Big Pharma is the victorious faction of the Elite (NWO) that has control of the take-down of both Capitalist and Communist Blocs-of-Governments

but 'Big Pharma' is only the Catalyst of the Global Pandemic and resulting ReSet of all economies/commerce/security/finance-systems...
there is still the Dark Core of Eugenics' sociopaths who fashioned this current Coronavirus operation who are secretly-in-Charge (Ft Detrick is their Nazi Temple site, hint) the Master Race dream still lives on

 
ETA

there is still much more for the other control factions of the 8 tentacled NWO Beast to do...The Banksters/ the Oil mega-corps among Others will be used by the 1% of Top 1% to achieve the Illuminati-NWO Technocracy (A la - GATTACA) type of heaven-on-earth Empire of trans-humans
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posted on Apr, 23 2020 @ 09:17 AM
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That's because we rely on legalese to create wiggle room (not eliminate it as some morons argue) and then we hire mostly lawyers to represent us. Sadly, lawyers are some of the dumbest people on the planet and they generally believe their JD gives them a hall pass to ignore anything outside of their own narrow specialty.

Now we have technocrats who want to be leaders. The same people who created the social media direct-to-brainstem puppet show that tricked an entire generation of girls into believing they are non-binary transexuals and an entire generation of boys into thinking "beards" make the man (even if the "man" in question doesn't know how to do anything of value whatsoever).

But when some of us point out that the entire system is corrupt from top to bottom and that the end-stage result of unregulated corporatism is the Communist Chinese Party we are called "socialists."

I'm buying 40 acres of beachfront property in Belize and retiring to Margaritaville at 51. God bless America, go team. You'll just have to do it without me.



posted on Apr, 23 2020 @ 09:25 AM
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UK Government Chief Scientific Adviser and Head of Government Science and Engineering Profession

Sir Patrick Vallance

"Patrick was President, R&D at GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) from 2012 until 2017. Prior to this, he was Senior Vice President, Medicines Discovery and Development. He joined the company in May 2006 as Head of Drug Discovery. He was a member of the GSK Board and the Corporate Executive Team. During his period as head of R&D over 14 new medicines were approved for use worldwide, for diseases ranging from cancer to asthma and HIV."



posted on Apr, 23 2020 @ 10:13 AM
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originally posted by: cooperton
When interviewing a Penn University professor for my thesis, he informed me that more than 50% of peer-reviewed papers are flat-out wrong and based on unwarranted assumptions. Data can be manipulated to run whatever narrative you want. We have to stop treating the white coats like infallible demi-gods.


What I have learned, or rather what has been reinforced by this virus, a college degree is pretty much worth less than toilet paper right now. Everyone is an expert and you can find one of these so called experts with any opinion that will fit your own bias.

The term expert is practically meaningless at this point.



posted on Apr, 23 2020 @ 11:04 AM
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Yeah.. Global Corporate Technocracy.. Perhaps more accurately called Technofascists.

Total dependency, zero autonomy, and certainly no self-determination.

There are certainly alternatives that combat this from the individual level on up, but I think that many dont realize what kind of "fight" this is. There have been people fighting against the technofascist takeover for years, at least in their own ways.

I think the most important factor would be the actual tools to deliver the opposite of their goals; self-sufficiency, autonomy, decentralization, etc.

We are pretty much "there" in those regards, which I suspect is a big part of why such big moves are being made to prevent it.

Oh, and..


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posted on Apr, 23 2020 @ 11:24 AM
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a reply to: FamCore
I think everyone should look at your thread......so i bumped it.



posted on Apr, 23 2020 @ 11:34 AM
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a reply to: Serdgiam

Cool song.

And yes sure, just as it looks is self-sufficiency not an option for most, not mentally and not as life style.



posted on Apr, 23 2020 @ 11:45 AM
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I see the song as a bit of "the technofascist anthem," ironically. Great bassline though..

Many have been conditioned for dependency, thats for sure, and the "system" is set up to encourage it.

The opposite is easy enough to achieve, at this point, but not enough seem to really be interested.

Best route may be to convince those "at the top," that they are just as infected with Wetiko as those they wish to subjugate. And, that they are creating a world that is worse for them as well as us.



posted on Apr, 23 2020 @ 11:54 AM
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What's wetiko? When I try to look it up Mozilla tells me Google is not save. Ha, right?



posted on Apr, 23 2020 @ 12:00 PM
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Use DuckDuckGo!

I found this article to be about the best on the topic of Wetiko.

Theres a lot of different ways we have described it over generations. However, the specific concept of "Wetiko" seems quite apropos for the situation. It was something I was told about quite a long time ago, and it randomly popped up again for me this past week. Funny how that works sometimes..



posted on Apr, 23 2020 @ 12:11 PM
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Really interesting. It's the Beast basically.



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