President Eisenhower warned against the dictatorship of a scientific elite in his farewell address in 1960. Authors like H G Wells and philosophers such as Bertrand Russell were predicting such a system if totalitarian global government was inevitable to maintain human progress late in the nineteenth century.
And now those with 'eyes to see and ears to hear' (as the Biblical phrase goes) can observe politicians in collaboration with the academic community and a cartel of big banks and corporations are moving the world in that direction. I will cover what we can do to resist the loss of our freedom in a future article, for now learn how the scientific dictatorship (New World Order, Illuminati, call them what you will) operate. Read the full post: Scientific Dictatorship Boggart Blog
The Scientific Dictatorship Is Here
What did I tell you? Never trust a fahkin' scientist.
When a scientific dictatorship was first mooted over a century ago the great obstacle to "going beyond existing permissions" as supporters of global government coyly put it, in imposing authoritarian laws without having to seek the consent of voters was seen as the rights and freedoms enshrined in the US constitution.
Apparently those rights and freedoms are no longer seen as a problem because in February 2012 a group of American scientists called for the establishment of a global totalitarian government in which unelected academics would work alongside elected representatives to 'engineer compliance with new social and behavioural norms' the goal of which would be saving the planet from ecological disaster.
Read Ian Thorpe's expose of a proposal to be published in March 2013 which proposes using scaremongering tactics to establish such a fascist regime might employ to suppress dissent.
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