Tuesday, April 11, 2017

The Technocrats War

Source: The Technocratic Tyranny


April 11, 2017

Saturday last, Darren Weeks, the host of Govern America radio program had a clip of Hillary Clinton speaking at the 2017 Women in the World Summit. Just prior to playing the clip of Hillary, he played a montage of clips of U.S. leaders across administrations saying exactly the same thing that Donald Trump did as he announced that he was going to bomb Syria.

The Women in the World Conference has the video of it on YouTube. The following is the full clip of Hillary talking about Syria.


The only purpose for installing a technocratic regime is if you intend to implement technocratic systems like they did in Iraq. An article in The Atlantic titled The Failed Reconstruction of Iraq listed how much money American taxpayers have paid for the rebuilding – and equally important an hint of the technocratic future for Americans because the technological control systems are being implemented here. Iraq must have been the pilot project:
The bill for Iraq is hard to divide into neat categories, but in rough terms: Washington spent more than $15 billion to try and improve Iraq's power and water supply, revive its schools, and repair its roads and housing; it spent another $9 billion on health care, law enforcement, and humanitarian assistance; it spent $20 billion training and re-equipping Iraqi security forces; it spent roughly $8 billion to enhance the rule of law and battle narcotics; and it spent $5 billion helping to prop up the economy.
Bowen's interviews with influential Iraqis reveal, however, that they don't seem to have noticed all this investment or don't seem grateful. One reason might be that households — as recently as 2011 — still got an average of only 7.6 hours of electricity a day, and a sixth of Iraq's citizens lacked access to potable drinking water for more than two hours a day.
When there is that kind of money involved for corporations and non-profits, it's not difficult to figure out who might be paying for the insurgents. Whatever they are paying for private military contractors is pocket change compared to what the Dons of Davos stand to make. And this is a good time to mention that the money that Bill and Hillary are making on consulting fees by facilitating deals for corporations is also pocket change compared to the money that is going to be made in the rebuilding – not to mention the long term goals of the prison planet controlled by technology.

The restrictions on water and electricity are demonstrations of the capabilities of the technocratic control systems (Smart Grid) designed to restrict the ordinary man's use of natural resources in keeping with the goals of the sustainable development programs. It doesn't matter whether the restrictions are a requirement of natural resources or not. The goal is control and the ability to demonstrate the power of the police state to control the lives of the ordinary man. (How do I know it's the Smart Grid? Because you could only shut them on and off at the household level for brief periods of time with computerized control systems).

Since 1990 when the Cold War ended and the reunification of Germany occurred, there has been a race to implement global fascism through a covert war on the people using a cover story of environmentalism and terrorism as justification for implementing technological control systems – technology for the police state. This covert war has been dubbed a "war in the context of everything else" because it is a war by stealth and it is a war against civil society by his own government. This is the global agenda – technological control over civil society. The Technocrats who are waging this war are corporate globalists who have bought our governments.

George H.W. Bush kicked off the war on civil society but he did not have time enough to do much in terms of this global war on the ordinary man. He did however negotiate the NAFTA agreement and he did agree to the "sustainable development" agenda as defined at the Rio Earth Summit in 1992. The Clinton Administration picked up the agenda without missing a beat. The following two videos were made at the beginning of the Clinton Administration. Both videos define the "new mission" of the United States to replace the Cold War politics and institutions.



Please go to The Technocratic Tyranny to read the entirety of this material and view the related video clips.
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Further related reading:

The Zionist Plan for the Middle East



6 comments:

  1. Of all the enemies to public liberty war is, perhaps, the most to be dreaded because it comprises and develops the germ of every other. War is the parent of armies; from these proceed debts and taxes… known instruments for bringing the many under the domination of the few.… No nation could preserve its freedom in the midst of continual warfare. — James Madison

    Waging endless wars abroad (in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan and now Syria) isn’t making America—or the rest of the world—any safer, it’s certainly not making America great again, and it’s undeniably digging the U.S. deeper into debt.

    In fact, it’s a wonder the economy hasn’t collapsed yet.



    The government lost more than $160 billion to waste and fraud by the military and defense contractors: With paid contractors often outnumbering enlisted combat troops, the American war effort dubbed as the “coalition of the willing” has quickly evolved into the “coalition of the billing,” with American taxpayers forced to cough up billions of dollars for cash bribes, luxury bases, a highway to nowhere, faulty equipment, salaries for so-called “ghost soldiers,” and overpriced anything and everything associated with the war effort, including a $640 toilet seat and a $7600 coffee pot.

    Taxpayers are being forced to pay $1.4 million per hour to provide U.S. weapons to countries that can’t afford them. As Mother Jones reports, the Pentagon’s Foreign Military Finance program “opens the way for the US government to pay for weapons for other countries—only to ‘promote world peace,’ of course—using your tax dollars, which are then recycled into the hands of military-industrial-complex corporations.”

    The U.S. government spends more on wars (and military occupations) abroad every year than all 50 states combined spend on health, education, welfare, and safety. In fact, the U.S. spends more on its military than the eight highest-ranking nations with big defense budgets combined. The reach of America’s military empire includes close to 800 bases in as many as 160 countries, operated at a cost of more than $156 billion annually. As investigative journalist David Vine reports, “Even US military resorts and recreation areas in places like the Bavarian Alps and Seoul, South Korea, are bases of a kind. Worldwide, the military runs more than 170 golf courses.”

    Now President Trump wants to increase military spending by $54 billion. Promising “an historic increase in defense spending to rebuild the depleted military of the United States,” Trump has made it clear where his priorities lie, and it’s not with the American taxpayer. As The Nation reports, “On a planet where Americans account for 4.34 percent of the population, US military spending accounts for 37 percent of the global total.”

    Add in the cost of waging war in Syria (with or without congressional approval), and the burden on taxpayers soars to more than $11.5 million a day. Ironically, while presidential candidate Trump was vehemently opposed to the U.S. use of force in Syria, as well as harboring Syrian refugees within the U.S., he had no problem retaliating against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on behalf of Syrian children killed in a chemical attack.
    Yet what most Americans—brainwashed into believing that patriotism means supporting the war machine—fail to recognize is that these ongoing wars have little to do with keeping the country safe and everything to do with enriching the military industrial complex at taxpayer expense. https://www.newsbud.com/2017/04/10/beware-the-dogs-of-war-is-the-american-empire-on-the-verge-of-collapse/

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  2. The U.S. military is making plans to take over America by 2030. No, this is not another conspiracy theory. Although it easily could be. Nor is it a Hollywood political thriller. Although it certainly has all the makings of a good thriller. No, this is the real deal, coming at us straight from the horse’s mouth. According a Pentagon training video entitled “Megacities: Urban Future, the Emerging Complexity,” that was created by the Army for U.S. Special Operations Command, the U.S. military plans to use armed forces to solve future domestic political and social problems. What they’re really talking about is martial law, packaged as a well-meaning and overriding concern for the nation’s security. https://youtu.be/J2JBCX1Na7k The NAZIS ARE BACK .

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  3. THEY EVEN TELL YOU WHAT THEY DO .Other departments give advance notice that such a drill will take place. An NBC News report looked at one Missouri school system that even actively involves student volunteers in the drills. For the drill, 69 Troy Buchanan High School students agreed to play bystanders, hostages, and victims — complete with fake blood — for officers wielding firearms, filled with blanks. https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/national/wp/2014/11/14/i-thought-he-was-going-to-shoot-me-unsuspecting-middle-school-students-terrified-by-active-shooter-drill/?utm_term=.15710ba08916 W.P = CIA

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  4. ISN'T IT STRANGE THAT NOBODYEVER ASKS HOW NTH KOREA GOT TO HAVE NUCLEAR POWER ??? ANSWER =CLINTON . So it appears they give the regimes weapons in order to attack them by excuse of having those weapons . I can tell you for certain that the west supports Nth Korea , I LIVED NEXT DOOR TO DR HERB A GERMAN DOCTOR WHICH I MUCH DOUBT HAS THAT NAME .. who treated NTH KOREAN leaders .China supported NTH KOREA in the war because its war doctrine knows once that border is in control of the west its all over for China . Thats why they moved 150,000 troups in , it's a warning to USA .

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  5. Eleven of his 19 Cabinet and Cabinet-level appointments announced so far have sat on the boards of corporations or organizations that have lobbied the federal government, spending a total of $497.5 million. (Most of that comes from Secretary of State nominee Rex Tillerson, who headed ExxonMobil and the American Petroleum Institute and was a member of the Business Roundtable when those groups spent a combined $368.4 million on lobbying.)

    Nor are they strangers to the world of campaign finance.

    Many of his appointments have given their own money to Republican candidates over the years, totaling almost $32 million. (Much of that money comes from his pick to head the Small Business Administration, Linda McMahon, who has given more than $20 million, and Secretary of Education nominee Betsy DeVos, who has given more than $7.8 million.)

    His Cabinet and high-level appointments include several friends who helped finance his campaign.

    Steve Mnuchin, Trump’s nominee for Treasury Secretary, raised donations for Trump as his campaign’s national finance chairman, while Reince Priebus, his pick for White House chief of staff, ran the Republican National Committee, which worked closely with Trump’s campaign to get out the vote during 2016.

    McMahon gave Trump and his allies more than $6 million. Secretary of Labor nominee Andy Puzder and his wife contributed a total of more than $330,000 to Trump’s campaign and the Republican National Committee. Secretary of Commerce nominee Wilbur Ross contributed more than $200,000, and Secretary of Education pick Betsy Devos and her family contributed a total of $1.8 million to the Republican party and the Trump campaign. http://time.com/donald-trump-drain-swamp/ HE IS THE SWAMP

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