Monday, June 1, 2015

The Dark Agenda behind the "Resourced Based Economy" Technocracy and Carbon

 James  Corbett and Patrick Wood
 24/7 surveillance. Smart grid controls. Carbon rationing. Today we talk to “Technocracy Rising” author Patrick Wood about the hidden history of technocracy, the dark plan for a resource-based economy that is being pushed by the Trilateral Commission, the UN, and other globalist institutions in order to bring about a completely managed, controlled and regulated society.
Recall my saying? "When the technology no longer SERVES us, the technology must be rejected"
Technocracy ensures the technology no longer serves, rather it enslaves us all.
This total control is being implemented- Talk to you local farmer and ask them what is being pushed onto them by the government.

BTW: I've updated this post to include an interview with Patrick Wood from 2010 and a relink to Zbigniew Brzezinski-Between Two Ages- America's Role in the Technetronic Era


I'm relinking an interview I had posted here years ago- More then 5 years ago to be exact, posted April 4, 2010. The interview is still viable, in fact I'm listening right this moment!

Carbon Currency interview with Patrick M Wood

Direct link to the interview is here

You can also find ZB's book on the Technotronic Era linked in the post below:

Zbigniew Brzezinski-Between Two Ages- America's Role in the Technetronic Era


  1. And 'luckily' (facetious) for James Corbett he has his own little technocratic Agenda 21 pushing troll always in his comment section when it comes to the lie of AGW and the technocracy stuff.

    I'll include the comment from the obvious either 'true believer' or paid oppressor of human kind

    candideschmyles says:
    05/31/2015 at 8:02 pm

    And here it is.. + additional thoughts…

    "I am glad that Patrick did make more than a single effort to state there is nothing inherently wrong about science itself and scientists as a whole. However I would go further and say technocracy is an inevitability as mankind develops the machines to manage our wants and needs as megacity dwellers. Capitalism has deep flaws in its wealth distribution dynamics and is causing severe hardship globally in the race of a few billionaires to become the first publicly acknowledged trillionaire. The lack of balance is clearly open to science and its beating heart – mathematics to find a better system of resource allocation than a political ideology of any hue. Mankind’s real pressing issues would be better addressed by their adoption over ideological philosophies that are at their very best philosophical conjectures. A technocracy that rids the world of political fallacies, removes us from non consensual wage slavery and gives all equally right to all the benefits of mankind’s genius I am all for it"

    That comment creeps me out completely- because this person is promoting some weird utopia as if it will be equitable or fair. Bullshit!
    troll promotes 'science' as if it is some divine equalizer or god
    As long as their are elites there will be no chance of equity or fairness
    Whoever is behind that ID is a total shill for the control agenda
    I suspect James is aware of that- that person makes me physically ill
    Time to reject the technology that is set to enslave us all

  2. btw: AGW?

    It is 45 degrees Fahrenheit or 7 Celsius as I type this, June 01/2015
    The furnace has just turned on to take the chill out of the house
    The temperature yesterday, all day, was roughly the same as now
    - All day and night!

    In other words for more then the past 24 hours it has been grey, mostly raining and very cold for this time of year.

  3. "Carbon rationing"
    And the other carbon based life forms remain silent?
    I'm waiting for all my crazy diamonds to shine on!

  4. Penny,

    I agree with you about the "creep factor" of that comment! I genuinely don't understand the optimistic attitude towards science for solving all of our problems. It reminds me of when I was a kid in elementary school. We had to study the moon due to the "moon landing" and I would come across writers who envisioned colonizing another planet (or the moon) to help solve mankind's problems. Huh? Even at that young age I knew that wouldn't work. Man is man and science and technology won't change our innate selfishness and greediness and the desire for power that some have. I guess this is what it looks like when man elevates himself and is enamored of his own perceived cleverness.

    1. "I guess this is what it looks like when man elevates himself and is enamored of his own perceived cleverness"

      Hi Gwen, I really like the quoted part of your comment, because while man is very clever, mankind is also prone to deluding himself with this idea of cleverness.
      It's a kind of a foolishness, or a sickness?
      Perhaps this is our psychopathy in play?
      Certainly this level of delusion doesn't apply to all.
      However we see that insanity too often, far too often.
      And we see it most abundantly in the people who 'lead'
      These people don't accept the very real limitations imposed by or within nature
      And I do believe nature, the environment, the universe enforces or inflicts limitations on man and all life on the planet for that matter

      Limitations that come from climate,geography, the cosmos etc

      Somehow, for some reason, some really deluded people think they circumvent all that- but, I don't think so.

      How these deluded folk seem to believe to get around these limitations is to attempt to either control, deny or circumvent the limits in place.
      We can see this massive global attempt to control all life on the planet, human, plant, animal etc through this carbon agenda.

      It's doomed to fail, in my opinion, even though the technology can assist in the control, the basic survival instinct inherent in everything lives on- By that I mean, humans, animals and plants etc within the natural system aren't going to comply with this very unnatural control grid. The plants will march on- the animals will move on- The climate will change, mostly influenced via the sun and mankind has always moved along too. One catastrophic event will change the whole equation lickety split-

      what's that saying about the best laid plans of mice and men, often going astray?

      At least that's how I see it!

      For what it's worth- over reliance on technology will lead to our downfall
      To many people who can't survive without technology is not beneficial for the survival of human kind well into the future
      All other creatures on this planet survive and thrive just fine without the smart grid, smart phones, smart technology and smart locks
      Except for humanity who as a group looks to be withering on the vine
      Not a demonstration of cleverness certainly, just more of that delusion

    2. Hi jo!
      hope all is well with you and yours- and the magpie?
      and the garden?