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Technocracy Is Not Socialism Or Communism

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All who think we are fighting Socialism, Communism, or Fascism are in for a rude awakening when they are all thrown under the bus by Technocracy. All socialists, communists, and fascists will be there too. Technocracy is a scourge on humanity, destroying the souls of men, women, and children. It will destroy any political system that challenges its autocratic control. When it finally dawns on you, you will be looking straight into the face of Hell.Technocracy will twist your mind like a pretzel, for it is "the science of social engineering" from the start. It will fool you into thinking that "system change" is possible, but this author correctly notes, that "close analysis quickly reveals that there is no system-change involved in technocratic designs, no restructuring of power relations, no uprooting of the accumulative capital logic, and no supplanting of social forms."

Technocracy will kill all political systems. It will kill all economic systems. It will kill all educational systems. It will destroy what it means to be human.

There is no point pushing back against Technocracy. It will assimilate you like the Borg in an old Star Trek movie. There is only one way to destroy technocracy: pull it out by the root and throw it into the trash bin of history. – Technocracy News & Trends Editor Patrick Wood

Posted By: Peter Critchley

Many conservative critics are making the mistake of equating Globalism with Socialism and Communism. This is a political misidentification with serious political consequences, not least when the conservatism they espouse is in truth a 'small government' economic neoliberalism which, in fragmenting social supports and structures, invites a collectivist re-regulation from the outside and from above. In other words, it is neoliberals and their policies which give technocrats their rationale. 'Globalism' is actually Technocracy, not socialism; it is a 'Progressivism' which is aligned with the new 'acceptable' face of the capital system as it undergoes an internal transition away from the 'old' ('extractive,' fossil fuel) forms. This has serious political implications.