The technocracy, or post-industrial neo-feudal world, the inevitable collapse of the industrial society that is infiltrating the constitutional republic of this country will inevitably manifest as a formidable force as technology continues to advance at an incredible rate. The contrast between the two ages can also be compared to homo sapiens verses Neanderthal. The difference between the two ages is further examined in Zbigniew Brezinski’s book Between Two Ages:
“In an industrial society the mode of production shifts from agriculture to industry, with the use of human and animal muscle supplanted by machine operation. In the technetronic society industrial employment yields to services, with automation and cybernetics replacing the operation of machines by individuals.”
From Between Two Ages, Brzezinski describes the process of power and wealth transfer from the people to the elite:
“In the industrial society social leadership shifts from the traditional rural aristocratic
to an urban plutocratic elite. Newly acquired wealth is its foundation, and intense competition the outlet—as well as the stimulus—for its energy. In the technetronic society plutocratic preeminence
is challenged by the political leadership, which is itself increasingly permeated by individuals possessing
special skills and intellectual talents. Knowledge becomes a tool of power and the effective
mobilization of talent an important way to acquire power.”
Technology will continue to reach unimaginable innovations leading to the possible justification for a new unquestioned authority, controlled society, and a decrease of constitutional rights, and the eradication of sovereignty.
There are different forms of political systems in the world, in the United States exists a Constitutional Republic where elected officials representing the people enforce the laws of the constitution. Republic, from the Latin Res Publica means ‘public thing’. The Republic gives all the power to the people, not to an all-powerful ruler, aristocracy, or foreign oligarchy. The idea of a Republic dates back to Rome where there was a ‘people’s assembly’, which was made of all the citizens from the community.
The degradation of sovereignty comes in many forms, but ultimately it is a symptom of a ‘divide and conquer’ strategy to marginalize certain groups, and encourage people to fight amongst themselves. The tenth amendment is constantly demonized, being referred to as ‘neo-confederate’ by some in the media. The idea that a state has the power to overturn unconstitutional laws is being equated with slavery. The idea is to eliminate the borders and national identity that would unite people in a common cause. The rise of fascist corporatism encourages the idea of life being cheap, the concept of the individual is an ‘old-fashioned’ concept, and the value of the corporate state is the supreme entity which is above the law. This type of method keeps the public distracted from the true aggressor—trans-nationalist oligarchs, and the real issues, like the erosion of sovereignty.
The 1648 Treaty of Westphalia acting as a protection of civil liberties against foreign interests and the oppression of central banks imposed on the public to suck up all the wealth via the euphemistic practices of ‘free trade’ which are imperialist instruments used by oligarchs and neo-colonialists to impose restrictions on individuals, conversely the ‘fair trade’ system is a safeguard against exploitation and protects the sovereign nation state, protecting a nation’s domestic interests from trans nationalist enemies meddling in and implementing corrupt policies against their will.
The Council on Foreign Relations has intimated their desire to merge all three countries, Canada, the United States, and Mexico into a ‘North American Community’. Their goal has been to destroy sovereignty by blurring the borders with ‘free trade’ innovations like NAFTA, the same strategy that was applied in the European countries. The CFR’s magazine, Foreign Affairs proposed starting a ‘North American Investment Fund’ to manipulate taxpayer money, and creating a ‘Center for North American Studies’ to assimilate the three cultures together so the people consider themselves ‘North Americans’.
Sovereignty is a key issue with foreign interests that stand to gain from the destruction of constitutional liberties. Private property rights are a cornerstone of American values, and these ideas are being compromised in the name of ‘progress’, government land seizures like eminent domain abuse, the recent continued federalization of land without compensation that has high oil and natural gas resources, which threatens American jobs in the energy market, and this also withdraws potential resources form the domestic supply as well. In September 1996, President Clinton nationalized 2 million acres of land in Utah via the Bureau of Land Management. President Clinton set a corrupt precedent, violating the 5,000 acre limit established by congress, to nationalize more monuments than any other president.
Senator Jim DeMint, one of the few to reference this issue stated, this is a nation-wide problem, in his op-ed piece in the Washington Times in 2010. These ‘land-grabs’ are blatant violations of the 1906 Antiquities Act to prevent abuse of government land seizure. There was a secret document leaked by a government insider about a plan to seize 10 million acres of land from Montana and New Mexico, which would compromise jobs in ranching, forestry, mining and energy development. The Omnibus Public Land Management Act of 2009 included 100 different land seizure bills in one. The government has taken 650 million acres of land, or 29 percent of the nation’s total land. In 2009 the North Rockies Ecosystems protection Act requested 24 million acres of land in the American west and northwest.
Environmentalists are proposing the ‘Pleistocene re-wilding’ of North America, which calls for a reintroduction of mega fauna, or large predatory animals, cheetahs, lions, elephants, even cloning the mammoth, and placing them into large designated areas. The proposal is to correct the arrival of humans 30,000 years ago on the North American continent that led to the extinction of the large predators. A paper entitled “Re-wilding North America” from Nature magazine says that based on the elimination of large predatory animals “. . . humans will continue to cause extinctions, change ecosystems and alter the course of evolution.”
From the America2050 website they describe the destruction of sovereignty and the tenth amendment with the alleged inevitability of ‘mega regions’:
“As metropolitan regions continued to expand throughout the second half of the 20th century their boundaries began to blur, creating a new scale of geography now known as the mega region. Interlocking economic systems, shared natural resources and ecosystems, and common transportation systems link these population centers together. As continued population growth and low density settlement patterns place increasing pressure on these systems, there is greater impetus to coordinate policy at this expanded scale. Most of the nation’s rapid population growth, and an even larger share of its economic expansion, is expected to occur in 11 mega regions: large networks of metropolitan regions, each mega region covering thousands of square miles and located in every part of the country. The mega regions of the United States are defined by layers of relationships that together define a common interest; this common interest, in turn, forms the basis for policy decisions.”