In 1974, Trilateral Commission member and academic Richard Gardner wrote an article "The Hard Road to World Order" for Foreign Affairs magazine, predicting the future of the Commission's self-proclaimed new international economic order. Gardner spoke of an "end-run around national sovereignty", a "booming, buzzing confusion", and building it from the "bottom up" rather than attempting an "old-fashioned frontal assault".
After almost 45 years, it is time to examine the record. In Technocracy: The Hard Road to World Order, Wood traces the steps and developments that led to the United Nations' establishment of sustainable development goals as an outgrowth of historic technocracy from the 1930s.
UN programs such as 2030 Agenda, New Urban Agenda, and the Paris Climate Agreement are all working together to displace capitalism and free enterprise as the world's principal economic system.
As a resource-based economic system, sustainable development intends to take control of all resources, production, and consumption on Earth, leaving all of its inhabitants to be micromanaged by a scientific dictatorship. Topics covered in this audiobook include the devolution of federal governments combined with the rise of global smart cities.
Tools are examined, like ubiquitous surveillance, collaborative governance, public-private partnerships, reflexive law, fintech, including cryptocurrencies, and the drive toward a cashless society. The spiritual aspect of sustainable development is also explored as an important component of manipulation.
Looking underneath the cover of globalization, Wood shatters the false narrative of a promised utopia and exposes the true nature of the deception used to promote this new economic order. Those elite who hate the bedrock of American liberty and its time-tested constitution have pulled out all the stops to destroy both, and it's time for citizens to stand up to reject them. As always, Wood closes with the nature of effective resistance and the tools that can help to achieve success.
What members say
- A Free MInd
Erudite, Captivating, and Hopeful
This is one of the rare deeply and extensively researched books that is so widely and authentically sourced it is guaranteed to create a powerful epiphany for the reader / listener. If you, like most people, cannot fathom what forces have brought about the never ending political circuses and polarization on the domestic and international stages, then you'll finally be able to connect the dots on a chaotic 'booming, buzzing' smokescreen cleverly hiding a parallel system of governance and economics being created today. The technological scaffolding of this new system is both Orwellian and highly seductive. In the space of one generation we stand to lose all we hold dear.
Wood explained the profound and tangled historic roots of Technocracy in his first book Technocracy Rising. In this next book he patiently explains how Technocracy as an ideology and agenda is synonymous with Sustainable Development, a Trojan horse methodically dismantling representative government and free markets.
Sustainable Development is the driver for a totalitarian Technocracy. It wears a cloak of environmentalism and bears a Post Modern pseudo-Marxist battering ram (e.g. Green New Deal) for a new age of feudalism. It is entirely global and implemented uniformly across the board if one peers behind the geopolitical chaos.
Name a thing for what it is and you take away its power. Know your adversary and the tactics being used to suffocate free speech, the right to travel freely, and the right for the common man and woman to possess private property. With crystal clarity, Wood dives into essential tactics to master such as the emergence of reflexive law and regionalism driven by outside committees creating state and local government policies. There are practical and effective solutions we can take in our own communities right now to turn back the tide. I highly recommend this book for any person in any nation who cares what the future may hold for their children and grandchildren.
- Utilisateur anonyme
a highly enlightening and very informative book concerning an important critical matter. I strongly encourage everyone to listen to what Mr. Wood has been to say, because it effects us all. Most Especially, our future generations.