Explained: Will Technocracy Be The New World Order?

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This new International Rules-Based Order is the world order designed by the G3P. It is a neofeudal, techno-fascist, global technocracy led by a worldwide, multistakeholder network of vested, private interests.

Chandigarh (ABC Live): We are living in era of fast changing geopolitical and military actions, and quest for new World Order  increasing day by day, as present international governance bodies are proving ineffectual in resolving the current urgent global issues like Ukraine war and Taiwan Strait crisis.

What is International Rules-Based Order?

International Rules-Based Order was born as a global governance system after the end of Cold War in unipolar world after the era of Soviet-American rivalry.

Ideas of Globalization, free markets, democracy and human rights are coins through which dominance of international organizations and non-governmental organizations was achieved.

The rise of China, the relative decline in United States power, the COVID-19 pandemic, repeated financial crises are the reasons responsible for quest for new International Rules-Based Order in today multipolar world.

The ABC Research team working on Geopolitics refers an article written by Iain Davis published on Unlimited Hangout to our readers with sole aim to make them understand behind the current global fiasco.

Iain Davis in Technocracy: The Operating System For The New International Rules-Based Order says as under;

Technocracy: An Operating System for the New IRBO

The new IRBO has nothing to do with representative democratic principles. It is entirely estranged from concepts such as freedom of speech and expression, democratic accountability, freedom of the press, freedom to roam and eschews all inalienable rights. 

It is based upon a fusion between the political state and global corporations. We have recently seen this put into devastating effect in the Five Eyes nation of Canada. 

On 14th February 2022, in response to the ongoing nationwide Truckers Freedom Convoy protests, Canadian Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland stated that the government had arbitrarily decided “to broaden the scope of Canada’s anti-money laundering and terrorist financing rules.”

Starting with crowd-funding and payment platforms, including crypto-currency exchanges, these private corporations were required to report all “suspicious” transactions to the government. 

This quickly progressed to freezing protestors banks accounts. Freeland said that the private corporations were “collaborating properly and effectively.” 

This is precisely how China’s technocratic social credit model is designed to function. Those who question the authority of the G3P will be crushed. Chrystia Freeland is a World Economic Forum Board Trustee.

As previously mentioned, this government-corporate synthesis echoes the Fascist State described by Mussolini. In particular, the use of technocracy to manage the behaviour of both the individual and corporations embodies the principles he described:

“The Fascist State lays claim to rule in the economic field no less than in others. [. . .] The Fascist State organizes the nation, but it leaves the individual adequate elbow room. It has curtailed useless or harmful liberties while preserving those which are essential. In such matters the individual cannot be the judge, but the State only.”

The democratic tradition of sovereign individuals, exercising their rights and coming together to pursue their shared interests is what the UK government call the “democratic deficit.” Their intention, with their proposal for their new Bill of Rights, is to allow those who comply with their diktats some “elbow room” to live a relatively “normal” existence.

However, by defining what is in the “broader public interest,” they will curtail the liberties which they deem to be useless or harmful. “[T]he individual cannot be the judge, but the State only.” For example, the explanatory notes for the imminent Online Safety Act, The UK government announced:

“The Online Safety Bill establishes a new regulatory regime to address illegal and harmful content online, with the aim of preventing harm to individuals.”

The current Bill defines whatever the government deems to be disinformation or misinformation as “content that is harmful to adults.” Freedom of speech and expression online will effectively be terminated by the forthcoming legislation. The UK state will not allow social media users to share any information without official approval. This is equivalent to the current situation in China.

Much like China’s CSCS, at the recent COP26 summit, the chairman of the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) Foundation, Erkki Liikänen, announced the International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB). This will oversee the accountancy standards for businesses across the world who will be required to submit their sustainability disclosure to meet Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The ISSB states:

“International investors with global investment portfolios are increasingly calling for high quality, transparent, reliable and comparable reporting by companies on climate and other environmental, social and governance (ESG) matters. [. . .] The intention is for the ISSB to deliver a comprehensive global baseline of sustainability-related disclosure standards that provide investors and other capital market participants with information about companies’ sustainability-related risks and opportunities to help them make informed decisions.”

The ISSB standards require businesses to commit to SDGs, with investments rated using the WEF’s stakeholder capitalism metrics. These metrics will assign an environmental, social and governance (ESG) rating to prospective investments. Any business that wishes to raise capital will need a good ESG rating.

You might imagine that MNCs would be opposed to these additional regulations. However, as with the CSCS system in China, those who work in partnership with government will do very well in this arrangement. Speaking in 2019, the UN special envoy for climate action and finance Mark Carney said:

“Companies that don’t adapt—including companies in the financial system—will go bankrupt without question. [But] there will be great fortunes made along this path aligned with what society wants.”

The G3P decrees “what society wants,” just as its government assets determine what is in “the broader public interest.” By fostering the working partnership between state and corporation, like all good technocrats, the G3P leaders can insure that those who are loyal to them and their agenda will prosper, while those who aren’t will fail.

Responding to Liikänen’s announcement, the Chinese Ministry of Finance offered to host the ISSB. This centralised control over business and economy exemplifies the technocracy the G3P have cultivated in China. The Minister of Finance, Liu Kun, said:

“Developing one single set of high quality, understandable, enforceable and globally accepted sustainability standards by the ISSB is of great significance.”

Developing one global governance authority and setting the policy agenda in every sphere of human endeavour, has been the goal of the G3P for generations. Technocracy will enable them to manage the global transition to that system and technocracy will be the instrument through which they enforce their rule.

The key element for technocracy to succeed is reform of the monetary system. In 1934, Scott and Hubbert suggested that “energy certificates” should replace the dollar. They were seeking a way to to use money both as a means of surveillance and as a means to control the behaviour of the citizenry.

China conducted operational trials of its version of Central Bank Digital Currency (digital yuan – e-RMB) in the city of Shenzhen in 2020. Since then, it claims to have conducted billions of dollars worth of transactions using the e-RMB. The People’s Bank of China has now issued its digital wallet (e-CNY) for both Android and iOS devices.

China and Russia are in the vanguard of the race to introduce Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) globally. Recently, the Bank of America said that a US CBDC was “inevitable” as the US Federal Reserve explored the possibility. The Bank of England and European Central Bank are looking to introduce the same and the Bank of Russia is some way ahead, having launched its CBDC pilot in June 2021.

CBDC is a liability of the central banks (it is always their money, not the users) and it is programmable. This means transactions can be permitted or denied by the issuing central bank at the point of payment. 

In a CBDC world, G3P partners, such as the Canadian government, won’t need to extend oppressive legislation to seize protestors bank accounts. They will simply disable their ability to buy anything. The BBC hinted at the kind of impact this would have upon society:

“Payments could be integrated with appliances at home or tills at the shops. Tax payments could be routed to HM Revenue and Customs at the point of sale [. . .] electricity meters paying suppliers directly [. . .] allowing payments such as for a few pence each time to read individual news articles.”

The BBC’s appraisal barely touched upon the degree of control CBDC affords G3P technocrats. Should CBDC become the only form of currency available to us, we won’t have any money of our own. 

All money will be controlled by the G3P’s Central Banks. They will decide what we are allowed to purchase with their CBDCs.

While technocracy was an impossible dream in the 1930s, today it is eminently achievable. Just as Brzezinski foresaw, the required technological capability now exists.

When Klaus Schwab and George Soros said China would be the engine of the new IRBO and the leaders of the 4th Industrial Revolution, they didn’t mean that China would become the centre of a political hegemony, as the US has been. Rather, China is the exemplar of technocracy, providing an operational model for the new global system alongside the supposedly necessary economic growth. 

This new IRBO is the world order designed by the G3P. It is a neofeudal, techno-fascist, global technocracy led by a worldwide, multistakeholder network of vested, private interests. 

The governments we elect will enforce the G3P policy agenda. The MSM’s tasks, who are both partners within and propagandists for the G3P, is to convince us to buy into it.

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