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Germany’s Green Party Pledges To Ban ALL Industrial Farming

Technocracy News & Trends for Thursday, June 20, 2019

The European Green Party is growing alongside the populist movement, and is emerging as the dominant force in Germany. The insanity of banning all industrialized farming would cause massive starvation and even societal collapse. As Technocracy was being created at Columbia University in 1932-1933, millions were being forcibly starved to death (the Holodomor) in the Ukraine. The Green Party could could start it all over again in Germany.

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The German Green Party Wants To Ban ALL Industrial Farming

How To Create A Country With No Heart

 Anatomy Of A Failed Solar Power Project: A ‘Large Taxpayer-Funded Pile Of Scrap’

Facebook To Launch Global Cryptocurrency Payment System

Technocracy News & Trends for Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Facebook is making a massive power grab to dominate the global payments system and expects to have over 100 founding members in the consortium before Libra is launched in 2020. Members already include Visa, Mastercard, Stripe and Paypal. It will be hard for any regulatory body to override such powerful financial organization.

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Libra: Facebook Partners With 27 Companies To Launch Global Cryptocurrency

New York State Lawmakers Set To Mandate Green Economy

Dishwashers: Robots Are Coming For Your Jobs

 

Pope Francis Shames Global Warming Deniers

Technocracy News & Trends for Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Pope Francis is thoroughly deceived on the green agenda of Sustainable Development and global warming. He says “doomsday predictions can no longer be dismissed,” and calls for "carbon pricing" to penalize "climate deniers".

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Pope Appeals To Global Warming Deniers, Asks For Carbon Pricing

Florida First To Waive Driver Requirement For Self-Driving Autos

Big Tech Asks For More Self-Regulation That Never Worked Anyway

 

Yes, It Is Possible To Outwit The Surveillance State!

Technocracy News & Trends for Monday, June 17, 2019

The reason that Big Tech censorship seems so disjointed is because it is. Facebook gathers data about you from online and offline sources, determines all your associations, what posts you share, who you interview, who you ‘Like’ and then slaps you with a hate score. Once tagged as a ‘Hate Agent’, the designation will blacklist you for years to come. Once shared with other Big Tech companies, your blacklisting will become universal. 

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Extensive Anthology That Refutes Man-Made Global Warming

Unholy Alliance: When DNA Meets Facial Recognition

Young Hong Kong Protestors Outwit The Surveillance State

Facebook Whistleblower Reveals How You Are Tagged As A ‘Hate Agent’

Technocracy News & Trends for Friday, June 14, 2019

The reason that Big Tech censorship seems so disjointed is because it is. Facebook gathers data about you from online and offline sources, determines all your associations, what posts you share, who you interview, who you ‘Like’ and then slaps you with a hate score. Once tagged as a ‘Hate Agent’, the designation will blacklist you for years to come. Once shared with other Big Tech companies, your blacklisting will become universal. 

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Leaked: How Facebook Determines ‘Hate Agent’ Status

Geoengineering Could Start WWIII As Nations React

Rockefeller Foundation: The Rise, Fall And Rebirth Of 100 Resilient Cities

How Sex Robots Could Spell The End Of Civilization

Technocracy News & Trends for Thursday, June 13, 2019

With demographics already tanking in all Western nations, adding sex robots into the mix virtually guarantees to accelerate the trend and cause relationship dysfunction across the board.

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Psychology Today: Sex Robots And The End Of Civilization

Self-Driving Cars Could Disrupt The Airline Industry

Bills To Require Breathalyzers In Cars, Mandatory Mental Health Assessments

5G Reigns Today, 6G Cometh Tomorrow

Technocracy News & Trends for Wednesday, June 12, 2019

If 5G is just a stepping stone to 6G, then hold on to your seat. AI plus instantaneous connections will enable ad-hoc networks of things and people to achieve unheard-of outcomes.

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6G Will Combine AI With Real-Time Speeds Of 1 Terabyte/Sec.

In China’s Smart Cities, Everyone Is Being Watched

Human Rights Lawyer: Facial Recognition Is Arsenic In The Water Of Democracy

German Chancellor Merkel Admits That Multiculturalism Has ‘UTTERLY FAILED’

Technocracy News & Trends for Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Sustainable Development promises Utopia but delivers exactly the opposite. This is seen in increased traffic congestion, higher costs for renewable energy and utter failure of multiculturalism in Germany. Were these failed policies accidental or purposeful? I suggest the latter.

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Merkel Admits: German Multiculturalism Has ‘Utterly Failed’

Study: Solar And Wind Generation Makes Electricity More Expensive

Study: Ride Sharing Services Actually Increase Traffic Congestion

Some Big Tech Insiders Say Stop Smart City Makeover

Technocracy News & Trends for Monday, June 10, 2019

More Big Tech leaders/insiders are calling for a red flag halt to Smart City construction calling it a massive data harvesting operation that cannot be trusted and that is not transparent. We must listen to these insiders who know exactly what they are talking about. 

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Dump It: Toronto’s Smart City Project Is ‘Surveillance Capitalism’

What’s Hidden In Your New ‘Smart City’ Street Lights?

Interest In Orwell’s Classic ‘1984’ Still Endures After 70 Years

Police: Give me your phone AND password or go to jail

Technocracy News & Trends for Friday, June 7, 2019

If you are ever stopped and demanded to turn over your phone’s password, do not comply. Tell the officer that he must get a legitimate court-issued warrant, and then you will comply. Always be polite, but firm. but be ready to pay the price of non-compliance.

Fourth Amendment: “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.”

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Police: Give Up Your Phone Password Or Go To Jail

UN-Habitat Chief Praises China For Its Urban Innovation

Amazon’s Bezos: Space Exploration Is Necessary To ‘Save The Earth’