In the old feudal days, peasants with pitchforks and torches could assault the lord’s castle on a hill. Today, there is no castle nor even a hill. Yet, we still have the same grievances, angst and desires for peace, safety and prosperity.
In 1970, Zbigniew Brzezinski wrote Between Two Ages: America’s Role In The Technetronic Era. Three years later in 1973, Brzezinski teamed up with financier David Rockefeller to start the Trilateral Commission that was dedicated to “fostering a New International Economic Order.” Brzezinski explained,
So, what part of Brzezinski’s statement above is unclear?
Was Between Two Ages some sort of literary equivalent to Hitler’s Mien Kampf in which he laid out the elites’ plans in terms so clear that nobody would believe them?
Whatever the case, Brzezinski envisioned the “ultimate solution” in his carefully defined “Technetronic Era.”
What is the “Technetronic Era”? Plain and simple, it is a vision rooted in historic Technocracy from the 1930s. It is also the resurrection of feudalism with many new twists thanks to advanced technology. Thus, the term neofeudalism fits Technocracy or Technetronic perfectly: A few own all the resources and then tell everyone else what they can or can’t do on planet earth.
In 1938, The Technocrat magazine defined Technocracy as follows:
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.
You might never have heard of Technocracy before, but can you feel the manacle of scientific dictatorship tightening around your neck?
In my opinion, this is why Britain recently voted to leave the European Union, which is openly called a Technocracy in the European press. This is also why Trumpism is accelerating in America.
Simply put, people don’t have to understand the cause in order to feel the pain.
Oh, would that there were a castle on a hill that we could assault and demand that our grievances be heard. However, because Technocracy and Technocrats are so thoroughly infused into society, institutions and corporate culture, it is impossible to hold their feet to the fire.