Analysis of Technocracy


A group of top scientists, engineers, international industrialists and bankers have usurped the United States via ‘liberal’ and ‘progressive’ movements.  The ‘Technocracy’ is a very real and often neglected dangerous phenomenon in contemporary society. The new scientific dictatorship, known as the ‘Technotronic Age’ is the Post-Industrial, or neo-feudal state; the emerging technotronic era is to the industrial society what the industrial revolution was to the old agrarian society.

This new age of technological control mechanisms is being pushed as the natural consequence of a shrinking world, fast-paced scientific innovations, and the new age of ‘globalization’.

In the last century the technocracy has often been covertly referred to by many politicians as ‘the new world order’.  This ‘new world order’ is being presented to the people as a new golden age, a utopia, where there will be a perfect community of peace and love.  In this dystopia, all aspects of one’s life are controlled by an intricate technological spy grid set up to observe everyone’s actions, and all are subject to the whims of a group of professional scientists, engineers, and corporate interests, known as the ‘technocratic elite’.

The technocratic elite have taken over industries such as:  the agricultural, pharmaceutical, and technological while maintaining interests in the educational, religious, and political fields; they maintain control in all media outlets: news, movies, and music.  These technocrats have been actively securing power in all branches of the government: the legislative, judicial, and executive.  They are using the Fabian Socialist or ‘socialist stealth’ model to increase their power and influence, incrementally eradicating individual liberties, and national sovereignty by gaining power over social institutions, such as: the school, the church, and the family.

Zbigniew Brzezinski, in this book, “Between Two Ages” illustrates the fatal effects of the technocracy
leading to the demise of liberal democracy, the first being a bloody race war perpetrated by violent leftists,
and the other, a scientific dictatorship:

“More directly linked to the impact of technology, it involves the gradual appearance of a more controlled and
directed society.Such a society would be dominated by an elite whose claim to political power would rest on
allegedly superior scientific know-­how. Unhindered by the restraints of traditional liberal values, this elite would not hesitate to achieve its political ends by using the latest modern techniques for influencing public behavior and keeping society under close
surveillance and control.
Under such circumstances,the scientific and technological momentum of the country would not be reversed but would
actually feed on the situation it exploits.The emergence of a large dominant party, alongside the more narrowly focused and more intensely doctrinaire groupings on the right and the left, could accelerate the trend toward such
technological managerialism. Such a large dominant party would combine American society’s quest for
stability with its historical affinity for innovation. Relying on scientific growth to produce the means for
dealing with social ills, it would tap the nation’s intellectual talent for broad target planning and
exploit the existence of doctrinaire groups by using them as social barometers and as sources of novel ideas.
Persisting social crisis, the emergence of a charismatic personality, and the exploitation of
mass media to obtain public confidence would be the stepping stones in the piecemeal transformation of the
United States into a highly controlled society.”