BRAVE NEW WORLD: Toward Global Technocracy & Slavery – By Catherine Austin Fitts — RIELPOLITIK

Source – technocracy.news “…Technocracy views humans as a natural resource to be exploited, similar to oil or livestock. Controlling economic activity, therefore, requires controlling all the resources. Since energy is the gas pedal to all economic output, Technocrats create a “sustainable development” equation under their total control” Toward Global Technocracy And Slavery Image: Solariadvisors.com PDF […]

BRAVE NEW WORLD: Toward Global Technocracy & Slavery – By Catherine Austin Fitts — RIELPOLITIK

“Technocracy, on the other hand, views humans as a natural resource, no different from an oil deposit or livestock, and they are to be used as such. Humans may be more or less efficient than a robot, for example, depending on the job at hand, and efficiency trumps humanity.We’re talking about a world where most people are under 24/7 surveillance and then their financial incentives and their financial power are related to how well-behaved they are. ~ Catherine Austin Fitts

To minimize problems within this human resource management system, there needs to be maximum compliance with minimal effort, and this is where social engineering through media propaganda (brainwashing), censorship and artificial intelligence comes in. For the most part, once fully implemented, the control system will be fully automated.”

Author: KenshoHomestead

Creatively working toward self-sufficiency on the land.

10 thoughts on “BRAVE NEW WORLD: Toward Global Technocracy & Slavery – By Catherine Austin Fitts — RIELPOLITIK”

  1. I completely agree on both counts—don’t really trust the history books and films and yet, we can see the results all around us, no propaganda necessary. It’s in the slave mentality and in institutions like the prison industrial complex, which is so beyond appalling.

    I don’t consider myself well-versed in our screwy system, please do share your thoughts any time you have the inclination! There’s not too many readers here, but in my opinion, every little bit of proper educating helps! You just never know what positive impact you might have on one individual who then pays it forward and makes a real improvement to things overall. We got here through incrementalism, right? Maybe that’s how we dig ourselves back out?

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  2. I was talking about slavery as we know it from the history books. Of course, much of it has been fudged or exaggerated (look at the ridiculous Atlantic slave trade story, for example), but hypothetically, if we are to take what they say at face value, it was essentially the same thing, but with a different look.

    Ironically, even that form of slavery has never truly ended. Look at the prison-industrial complex here in the good ol’ U.S. of A. It’s rife with slave labor, and it’s sanctioned by the Thirteenth Amendment. I’m sure you probably already knew the details, but I just wanna make them visible to the readers of this blog who may not know.

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  3. I think she is quite brilliant. The brilliance of the plan is not lost on me either, imagine the hubris on one side and ignorance on the other of the people who are paying (and playing!) and working to create their own chains and obsolescence.

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