Technocracy is Insane, Anti-Human and it WILL Fail

07/31/2022159 Comments

It's almost impossible to browse the news anymore without giving up all hope for the future of humanity. We're all going to be fed into the maw of the technocratic slave system and have our fingers broken by our new chess-playing robot overlords and there's nothing we can do about it.

I guess we better just abandon all hope now, right?

Not so fast.

Here's a great big white pill for you: the technocratic system of tyranny is going to fail. This is not wishful thinking; it's a cold statement of fact. Technocracy, in all its facets—from the UN's 2030 Agenda to the brain chips and AI godheads of the transhumanists to the CBDC social credit surveillance state—is anti-human. It goes against nature itself. It cannot work in the long run, and it is destined to fail.

Now, this doesn't mean that it's a cake walk from here on out. It doesn't mean we can just go back to sleep and wake up in a gumdrop house on lollipop lane.

But it does mean that we can and will make it through these trying times. And the quicker that we wake up and realize the power to change the world for the better is in our hands—not in the hands of the would-be world controllers—the sooner this nightmare will end.

So, do you want to know more? Here goes . . .

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  1. jwal says:

    The real issue is who/how selected the alleged Technocracy TPTB have installed and were they installed based on merit? “Plato uses The Republic to deliver a damning critique of democracy that renders it conducive to mass ignorance, hysteria, and ultimately tyranny. Plato believed that expertise is the critical attribute of a leader; He criticizes democracy of seldom producing such characters. Rather, it elects popular spinsters who are effective in manipulating popular opinion. “An excessive desire for liberty at the expense of everything else is what undermines democracy and leads to the demand for tyranny” Plato argues that democracy tends to undermine the expertise necessary to the proper governance of societies.” Plato said that all democracies devolve into tyrannies because the people want a strong leader to get them out of the messes the leaders they elected got them into – whom they elected because they promised them the most. Of course we have to come back to “who will guard [or select] the guardians[/technicians/bureaucrats]”. There are 9000 bills introduced into the Senate and House, different ones, each year. Who among us is going to read each one, study the issue, and come to an intelligent decision? NO ONE has the time! The VAST majority don’t have either the intelligence or the skills. Of the ones that do, do they want, will they spend that much of their time doing it unless they are paid? Add to that question, will those few be fair and decide on the merits? From slavery in its origins, to the Civil War, Spanish American War, segregation and discrimination, invasions and corruptions throughout the world by the US, endless, predatory wars up to the Ukraine, I see nothing to recommend democracy over technocracy.I was disappointed I cound not comment on Substack

    • palama says:

      I’ll bet you’re less than 30 years old. A 20-something with a lot to learn. Read your first sentence again. That you could write that sentence means that you’ve been mal-educated by instructors who hated you. They’ve instructed you in sadness and self-pity and taught you nothing useful (because they didn’t know anything useful). I highly doubt if you’ve ever read the Republic or any literature. You only know of the work because some illiterate jackass loser professor brainwashed you about it. If the problem with democracy is that it leads to tyranny because most people are weak and flawed, then the answer is for most people to not be so weak and flawed. This idea that most people are inferior and don’t deserve to vote or to live is at the heart of your mal-educated bullshit. You have been duped into despising the populace, and you see no rationale that says democracy is better than technocracy? What an illiterate pitiful asshole you are. I feel sorry for you, too. You deserved better teachers.

      • Duck says:

        “…This idea that most people are inferior and don’t deserve to vote….”

        Whie he is wrong on technocrats being better the idea that most people are smart enough to vote is also a crock of poop.

        As Bernays shows us “democracy” in a modern multi cultural multi ethnic state is it possible ONLY when you manufactur consent.

        Rule has always been based on the will of the few…we can only get some kind of balance when the people are strong and smart enough to push back.

        The SPECIAL problem with technocracy is highlighted in what you say

        “….{deserve to..] or to live is at the heart of your mal-educated bullshit. ….”

        Being the rule of the weak but sneaky geek class Technocrat rule always blames the people for its failure and tries to simplify the calculations by reducing the population…. ACC to “world revolution’ by Nesta Webster the French revolution created unemployed people who had formerly been with powdereds and such for the rich and had plans to extermate maybe a third of this surplus population which messed up it’s creation of paradise.

        “..then the answer is for most people to not be so weak and flawed….”

        You are having the same delusion that you can change human nature to make a system work… systems grow around people, people do not and won’t be shaped enmass around a system

        • Duck says:

          ‘wig’ powderers not “with”

          Spell cked 🙁

        • Hare says:

          I didnt see anywhere in jwals comment that technocracy is better than democracy. I just saw him/her pointing out the flaws in democracy and to which paths it has led us down.

          “I see nothing to recommend democracy over technocracy.”

          Which as I see it, does not favor technocracy, it just states democracy is perhaps just as bad.

          • Duck says:

            True, perhaps I was rather over zealous reading the comment…though as I pointed out democratic government is better dispute it’s very real faults since at least some accountability is built into the mix.

            Tbh the actual form of government matters less then the quality of the people and keeping the power disparity between the top and bottom of society from getting too huge

        • beaconterraone says:

          Ezra Pound had a very insightful definition of “democracy.” It applies today, possibly more aptly than during his lifetime, and not only to Europe.

    • Duck says:

      Epp 730 of ‘the Pete quinones show’ with acvedemic agent talking on Elite Theory…. True most people will never be able to truly rule themselves and demand a leader but Technocracy is worse then democracy because democratic leaders must at least PRETEND that they are accountable to the popular opinion where as in Plato’s rebublic and (and it’s decendant technocracy) the leadership is in the hands of “experts” who are accountable to no one except their own expertise- which THEY and their class are arbiter’s of.

      Technocracy is the worst form of what Macheveli (in ‘the prince’) called rule by ‘foxes’ (rather then lions) …. It’s the invention and wet dream of the weak and pathetic geek class who wish to rule dispite their physical inadequacy to dominate others and lack of normal social skills and force of personality to lead.

      The reason this feminine kind of man has gained so much power is because normal masculine men have stepped aside ( you could say the lion has gone to sleep lol) and allowed it…. Just as too much masculine rule is brutal and death dealing so too much of this feminine sneaky rule also leads to death and ruin…people need to be strong enough to remove and replace bad elites with normal ones who don’t actually hate them

      • n4x5 says:

        For those who see that the libertarian / anarchist response to the current crisis has been inadequate, I recommend these conversations with Pete Quinones.

        With Auron MacIntyre on the straight line from the Enlightenment to drag queen story hour. If pressed for time, skip the first half, which is mostly background.

        With Auron MacIntyre on the libertarian question.

        With Tim Kelly. Pete discusses his transition from libertarian to what might be called reactionary.

        To be fair, it isn’t as if a fully sufficient set of answers is given here either, but there’s a pragmatic honesty, and the criticisms are accurate, although they apply to different individuals in different degrees. As the privations of the Great Reset worsen, I expect the conversion process that Pete has undergone to occur on a much larger scale.

        One takeaway: it might be a good idea to avoid affixing these ideological labels to oneself. It tends to create an unnecessarily strong sense of identity and tends to make people defensive when their belief systems are challenged. Although I’ve held strong libertarian sympathies in the past (and still do), I always understood that there were flaws, possibly fatal flaws, and avoided the self-appellation and made an effort to remain open to alternatives.

      • n4x5 says:

        This was released a few days ago. A reading of the first couple chapters of Neema Parvini’s The Populist Delusion, which aims to be a sort of modern successor to The Prince. “This is a book about the realities of power and how it functions, stripped of all ideological baggage.”
        The Pete Quinones Show: Episode 771

        A related book is The Machiavellians: Defenders of Freedom by James Burnham.

      • beaconterraone says:

        The theory of “Biological Leninism” gives many insights to the role of feminine “men” and other peripheral members of society.

        I respectfully disagree that masculine men have “stepped” aside. The overwhelming mass of less noble, less capable, usually less intelligent men, and women, have pushed them aside, with the power of the State and institutions like the media. Being an historical man, per Robert E. Lee’s definition, or, more easily understood for the modern generations, John Wayne, is now “offensive” to the “woke” hordes who will destroy you if you gain their attention. Masculine men remain, but usually stay out of the limelight.

    • Duck says:

      You ever read ‘the road to serfdom’? It talks about that pretty well too

      There was an old time radio show “words at war” that broke it down pretty well…. Actually they had some cool epps.

      • Jetmab says:

        Thanks Duck,

        If it was possible here, I would give you a good bunch of stars for your comment⭐


    • Gavinm says:

      While theoretically, a democracy is certainly more preferable to some of the other ways humans have lived in the past, we do not live in a democracy. We live in a globalized set of plutocracies (governed by unelected factions of oligarchs) masquerading as a constellation of democracies. Even if we did live in a functioning democracy (which we don’t) that would still be a system where the majority enforces its will over the minority through violent coercion. Democracies may be an improvement (when compared to the feudal system of lords, kings, religious despots and peasants in the past) but they are still forms of Involuntary Governance.

      I personally think (given all that we know) we can do a lot better than Involuntary Governance (a group of humans that claim to have the right to a monopoly on force and use violent coercion to enforce their will over others).

      I agree with James Corbett’s thoughts on Technocracy and though I do not have “the solution” I would suggest that taking action to radically decentralize our food/medicine production and education systems to be more attuned to the needs and specific circumstances of the local communities where we live is a great place to start.

      I resonate with the message in the Off Guardian article linked above that stated “Low-energy agroecological approaches based on the principles and practices of localisation, local markets, authentic regenerative agriculture and proper soil management (which ensures effective and ecologically sound nitrogen and carbon storage) are key to ensuring genuine long-term sustainability in food production.”

      These are pathways of action each of us can contribute towards on a residential scale and on a community scale.

      As more of what we need is produced and accessible locally (in a way that reciprocally gives back to the ecosystem(s) that provided those needs) , this nurtures reverence, moral fortitude as well as lasting and meaningful bonds of trust and fellowship among the people that call that place home. That translates into accountability, situation-specific solutions and a form of wealth and resilience that no amount of money can buy and no system of involuntary government can impose. Thus, I vote with my actions in my local community, one handful of seeds and one symbiotic relationship at a time… not to choose who will tell me how to live, but rather to create (through living by example) type of world I would like to give to future generations.

      • beaconterraone says:

        Plutocracy, yes, but worse, as the average quality of “humans” has declined due to various factors (genetics, including through wars; “empowerment” of those with less noble, even ignoble traits; etc.), we now have a plutocratic kakistocracy: rule by the worst individuals.

        Despite John D. Rockefeller,’s evil motivations and agendas, those men who conquered their era were usually of high-intelligence, and relatively respectable character apart from the love of money which drove them. Now, we have highly-intelligent individuals, like Bill Gates or Elon Musk, who lack the character traits that have sustained civilization for millennia, and powerful but dullard individuals like some of the members of Congress, who are wholly-unsuited to oversee or manage a Petco, let alone a country.

        • Gavinm says:

          All the more reason to withdraw our support from purchasing the products and feeding into the centralized systems that keep them rich, fat, arrogant, lazy and hubristic enough to believe they deserve to live a life of opulence (at the cost of billions living in squalor). The individuals you describe are choosing a way of living that is much like the biological functions of a parasite, without a suitable host they cannot function as they do. In other words, if we focus our energy on actionable solutions that starve the parasites and creating alternative/parallel societal structures we can one day leave them behind.

          We can create communities where our connection to the land and each other creates a kind of wealth no plutocrat could hope to touch, this wealth of the soul is something that others will recognize and want to be able to access as well. As more people realize that lasting fulfillment, contentment, purpose, trust, health and abundance are accessible through this more holistic way of living, they too will join us, breaking from dependence on the parasitic empire of the plutocrats resulting in an acceleration of the downfall of their oligarchic empire (and the rise of the seeds of something new to begin to take it’s place). This is the path I and many like me embark upon now, we invite any and all willing to work with their hands and hearts to plant the seeds for a brighter tomorrow to join us in spirit by engaging in similar efforts in their own local communities.

          • beaconterraone says:

            Absolutely, if an option for non-corporate sourcing is available, USE IT! And avoid giving the Babylon System even a cent if an alternative is available. Some would say, “don’t even watch/listen to their crap,” but for those who do want modern “culture,” including movies or music, I’m very pleased to promote file-sharing, so-called “piracy” of so-called “intellectual property.” Most of Hollywood, et. al.’s productions have the exact intrinsic value of a file-shared file: ZERO. And, there is absolutely no justification to pay for sewage to come into your home via cable or satellite TV. Spend the money on a trustworthy VPN instead, at a fraction of the cost.

            As for creating alternative institutions and infrastructure, that is hard work, and most won’t engage in such enterprises, unfortunately. For those who do, I salute them, and support them as I can.

      • Duck says:


        “…we can do a lot better than Involuntary Governance…”

        Sure you can, as long as you have a society of middle class white guys with 130 IQ and pods to birth the next generation 😉

        Since that’s not a thing yet I can’t see how you could possibly have anything BUT involuntary governance over the 5 or 10 % (?) of people who are hardcore not amenable to normal social pressure and training. Those are the people who the police are for, and the people who in the old days used to end up (involuntarily lol) on the end of a lynching rope.

        You can minimize governance by having a high moral value population but you will never get away from the need to enforce law upon some people. Right now I think the average westerner is so degenerated that over half of them need the police to stop them being total scumbags

        • Gavinm says:


          Thanks for taking the time to share your thoughts.

          I am curious, why specifically “middle class white guys”?

          You do bring up an important point. Many humans on Earth have been conditioned, damaged and traumatized to the point where they are no longer able to consciously tune into their most innate characteristics (and rather have been brainwashed and bullied into operating as competitive consumers who should strive to attain as much material things and social status as possible). We now live in a world where the vast majority of humans who have forgotten who and what they are (and spend their lives stumbling over each other to acquire material wealth and possessions striving to get to some pinnacle or destination always slightly out of reach). In order to discern whether or not a stable and peaceful way of existing that does not involve involuntary governance, we have to explore the cause of this prevalent behavior of humans on Earth that involves self interest, apathy, and seeking pleasure/distractions over choosing compassion and self-love/self worth.

          To answer that I will pose an important question we need to ask ourselves is “Are any human beings born with murderous, thieving, bullying, selfish or otherwise insidious tendencies being innate to them?” My answer to that question is no ( extremely rare brain traumas that impact specific parts of the brain aside) these are not characteristics or motivations that are innate (not genetically and certainly not on a soul level). That means those unpleasant behaviors you described above are learned, so then the question becomes, how were they learned, and how can we stop teaching people to become like that?

          Historically there may have been isolated pockets of people who sought to put bettering them selves inwardly as the highest priority and thus did not allow greed to guide them, this was not due to a centralized system but rather due to a collective of people consciously choosing a way of life they shared in of their own free will. Centralized systems that use threats and coercion (even if they are “well intended”) will endlessly be playing wack a mole, like a gardener pulling weeds rather than planting something else to grow in the place of the weeds).

          (continued in another comment…)

          • Duck says:

            “…I am curious, why specifically “middle class white guys”?…”

            Because Middle Class white guys tend to be the ones with the IQ and the self control (the quintessential Middle Class trait 😉 ) as well as the cultural training to govern themselves without demanding others look after them.
            As the Unabomber said of “leftish” people they feel unable to survive on their own and thus try to control others and make those others tend them… hmn, I guess even Ayn RAnd did not get everything wrong, LOL

            “….To answer that I will pose an important question we need to ask ourselves is “Are any human beings born with murderous, thieving, bullying, selfish or otherwise insidious tendencies being innate to them?” …”

            YES… thats exactly how people behave as soon as there is the slightest shortage of resources and/or are not trained in how to behave. Not being rude but if you have seen kids in a playground or people fighting over worthless junk

            • Gavinm says:

              Thank you for taking the time to reply to share your thoughts and perspectives.

              There is a lot to unpack with regards to your assertion that the melanin content of one’s skin (combined with the amount of fiat currency/material possessions one has gathered) equates to the measure of “IQ and the self control” and “cultural training to govern themselves without demanding others look after them” that one possesses, so I am not going to open that can of worms as I do not feel it would be beneficial. Rather I will address the second part of your comment.

              From my experience, that would depend on the individuals (and their degree of conditioning). I have observed that the opposite is true from what you imply to be the case. What I mean is, I have observed that it takes ‘training’ (or conditioning) to make people behave selfishly and violently (not the other way around) regardless of shortages or other unpleasant circumstances. Another way of putting it, is that I have observed that the most innate characteristics in human beings are unconditional love, generosity, kindness, curiosity and trust.. these are facets of the part of us that did not originate in these bodies we inhabit (yet that part of us is an integral facet of the human experience, for without that eternal part of us, we would not be). Sadly it is a part of us that is slowly but surely beaten out of us, covered up, downplayed as ‘weakness’, ‘naivety’ or ‘sentimentality’ by a dominant society/culture that covets intellect, physical prowess and competitiveness and knows nothing of spirit. This conditioning process that covers up (and replaces) the most innate characteristics of human beings begins almost the moment we come out of the womb as most of us emerge into cold sterile rooms in modern industrial medical institutions. Even before we can walk and talk, we are bombarded with images and ideas that begin the process of conditioning. By the time we make it to the playground, many have been programmed and conditioned heavily, thus, the behavior you describe in children on the playground is not representative of innate characteristics.. these are learned behavior patterns. I worked with young children when I was ski teaching in western Canada for many years (hundreds of them each year) I could tell the difference between the ones that had been nurtured to retain their innate natural state, and those that had been sold the story of “survival of the fittest” etc. Those that had retained their natural state would go out of their way to show compassion for other toddlers if they fell down, offering a helping hand or a comforting smile. These are the innate facets of what it means to be human we can nurture to become the guiding foundation for communities where people collaborate of their own free will (without any need for involuntary government structures).

              • mkey says:

                When it comes to these qualities you are describing, I do not think any of the be it “positive” or “negative” properties are innate or part of the human condition or nature.

                People start as a blank slate and are ready to absorb information and shape their behavior as a function of that information.

                The problem is encountered when the so called formattive years are interrupted by lousy input and abuse (and resulting trauma) which leads to lousy processing and results in lousy output. Or, in other words, they result in many discrete levels of evil.

                In simpler terms, this mechanism can be described as “garbage in, garbage out”. We can see the effects of this simple rule everywhere because we are ensconced in broken systems, which although completely dysfunctional, are ironically very efficient.

              • Gavinm says:


                I appreciate you taking the time to share your thoughts on this.

                I see that there is much wisdom (and practical approaches for bettering our communities and society) that can be gleaned from the notion of “garbage in garbage out” but in my experience this is only relevant as far as the human brain/body is concerned (and not relevant to the more permanent facet of what makes this human experience possible).

                In other words, there is indeed a Tabula rasa (“blank slate”) that can be imprinted upon when we are born onto this Earth, but it is also worth considering what the composition of the “slate” is to begin with. No two pieces of slate stone are identical but they do carry certain innate characteristics. This is also true of the soul.

                Thus, while much programming and “garbage” may be able to make a mess of the surface of the ‘slate’, what the ‘slate’ is composed of remains the same. Underneath all the garbage always remains the true essence waiting to be uncovered. This is true of the slate stone and it is true of the soul.

              • cu.h.j says:

                Interesting topic, souls and “blank slates” I think some people are born with a bad soul irrespective of upbringing.

                It can be unpredictable. I remember when I was very young, like 2 and 1/2 one of my earliest memories I was afraid of the water and I hated having my hair wet. I remember feeling like I had been here before. I’ve spoken with other people who have had similar dejavu experiences. It’s definitely not something that could ever be proven, but I often go back to believing in some sort of reincarnation or a type of knowledge that is very old.

                Maybe it’s just temperment or another type of mystery of our DNA, who knows.

              • Duck says:

                You are misunderstanding what I said if you think COLOR is what I am talking about

                “…There is a lot to unpack with regards to your assertion that the melanin content of one’s skin….”
                The melanin content of a person skin is governed by a tiny number of genes… the ACTUAL AMOUNT of genetic differences in populations that have been separated for long periods of time is much more the skin color.

                For example the African gene for Sickle Cell is an anti-malarial adaptation yet has AFAIK nothing to do with skin …..although skin color may TEND to run with other traits (like red hair TENDS to run with pale skin and freckles freckles so black skin is almost always found with Sickle Cell anemia )

                Thus people who are “black skinned” tend to have, for example, higher testosterone, but I dont think the skin is directly related.

                “… (combined with the amount of fiat currency/material possessions one has gathered) equates to the measure of “IQ and the self control” and “cultural training to govern themselves without demanding others look after them” that one possesses,…”

                Let me put it THIS way…. if you are a person who learns easily (IQ) then you will TEND to be more valuable and get better paying jobs.

                If you are a person who (Thru Low IQ or thru poor social training) is unable to budget well, plan for the future, stick to your job, ect you will probably NOT accumulate much wealth

                “… I have observed that it takes ‘training’ (or conditioning) to make people behave selfishly and violently….”

                I do not think your observation has been wide enough if thats what you think.

                As an idea what you are saying runs close to the “noble savage” idea that man exists in a state of grace until corrupted by civilization…. yet you find that even in the stone age people were butchering the men and children and carrying off the women… you find warfare everywhere in the world, and in the animal world where Chimps wage war on other groups.

                The idea that people are naturally NOT selfish or violent is dangerous because it fails to take into account the massive training that is needed to produce good behavior that wont vanish after two missed meals. When people get hungry you will see the true nature of humans, recall that every one of us is here because our ancestor cracked someone else on the head and/or ate them

              • Gavinm says:


                Thanks for chiming in to share your perspective on this.

                The more I spend time in a state of mind without thoughts (consciously stilling my mind through a practice one might describe as ‘meditation’) the more I directly perceive little pieces of other existences my soul has participated in. Through years of gathering glimpses of these other existences into my conscious mind (I do not think the human brain is built to be capable of recalling multiple lifetimes’ worth of memories in their entirety) I have come to understand that while the religious concepts related to “reincarnation” presented in Hinduism or Buddhism etc are skewed from the truth (as they involve ego flattery, anthropocentrism, dualistic judgment and other limited and/or fallacious self aggrandizing notions) it is true that each of our souls engages in many separate lives on this Earth (and often elsewhere in the universe as well). It is somewhat like how here in this reality we are capable of allocating a little bit of our attention and consciousness to control characters in a video game depicted on a 2-dimensional screen. We become involved in a story and use a fraction of our consciousness to navigate a landscape and engage with other characters on the screen, but the character is not a true representation of who and what we are as human beings. This is also true of the relationship between one’s ‘soul’ or ‘spirit’ and our human body/brain and life on Earth.

                Another parallel one might draw between a video game and an “incarnation” on Earth is that I have come to understand that (like in the video game) when we engage in a life on Earth (by choice) we come here with certain objectives and parameters as to what our life will entail. One might call this a “soul contract”.

                I see no reason why genetics can not also play a role in this discussion, but I feel that only goes so far, and it is important to also acknowledge the more immutable features of our being.

                Perhaps these “bad souls” you speak of are just playing their previously agreed upon role? Fulfilling their soul contract (to be a catalyst for inviting those that are capable to graduate to a new degree of sovereignty)?

                (more on this below I will share an excerpt from an essay that is pertinent to this in another comment).

              • Gavinm says:


                “The bully does not relent at the first sign of resistance. On the soul level, the bully serves his purpose only when he provokes real, sustained courage. As resistance grows, so grows the coercion. We are very nearly at a tipping point. The scale is evenly balanced—so finely, perhaps, that the weight of one person may tip it. Could that person be you? Whatever reasons you have to comply, to stay silent, to keep your head down—and they may be very good reasons indeed—please do not accept the insidious false hope that someone else will take the risk if you do not.

                What can one person do? Will it matter if I resist, if too many others do not? Five percent of the population can be locked up, locked in, or locked out of society. Forty percent cannot. Will you resist and risk being one of the five percent? Safer to wait and see, isn’t it. Safer to wait until after critical mass has been reached, and join the winning side.

                Of all the lies of a controlling power, the key lie is the powerlessness of its victim. That lie is a form of sorcery, coming true to the extent it is believed. All modern people live within a pervasive metaphysical version of that lie. In a Newtonian universe of deterministic forces, indeed it matters little what one person does. It is wholly irrational for the discrete and separate self to be brave, to defy the mob, or to stand up to power. Sure, if lots of people do it, things will change, but you aren’t lots of people, you are just one person. So why not let other people do it? Your choice won’t much affect theirs.

                To refute that logic with logic would require a metaphysical treatise that reclaims self and causality from their Cartesian prison. So I won’t use logic. Instead I’ll appeal to Logos—the fiery logic of the heart. Something in you knows that your private struggles and the choices of just-one-person are significant. Furthermore, something in you knows when the time has come to make the choice, to be brave…

                …An abuser, whether a person or a system, offers an opportunity to graduate to a new degree of sovereignty. 𝗪𝗲 𝗰𝗹𝗮𝗶𝗺 𝗯𝘆 𝗲𝘅𝗮𝗺𝗽𝗹𝗲 𝘄𝗵𝗮𝘁 𝗮 𝗵𝘂𝗺𝗮𝗻 𝗯𝗲𝗶𝗻𝗴 𝗶𝘀. 𝗪𝗵𝗲𝗻 𝗺𝗮𝗱𝗲 𝗮𝘁 𝗿𝗶𝘀𝗸, 𝘀𝘂𝗰𝗵 𝗮 𝗰𝗹𝗮𝗶𝗺 𝗶𝘀𝘀𝘂𝗲𝘀 𝗳𝗼𝗿𝘁𝗵 𝗮𝘀 𝗮 𝗽𝗿𝗮𝘆𝗲𝗿. 𝗔𝗻 𝗶𝗻𝘁𝗲𝗹𝗹𝗶𝗴𝗲𝗻𝗰𝗲 𝗯𝗲𝘆𝗼𝗻𝗱 𝗿𝗮𝘁𝗶𝗼𝗻𝗮𝗹 𝘂𝗻𝗱𝗲𝗿𝘀𝘁𝗮𝗻𝗱𝗶𝗻𝗴 𝗿𝗲𝘀𝗽𝗼𝗻𝗱𝘀 𝘁𝗼 𝘁𝗵𝗮𝘁 𝗽𝗿𝗮𝘆𝗲𝗿, 𝗮𝗻𝗱 𝗿𝗲𝗼𝗿𝗴𝗮𝗻𝗶𝘇𝗲𝘀 𝘁𝗵𝗲 𝘄𝗼𝗿𝗹𝗱 𝗮𝗿𝗼𝘂𝗻𝗱 𝗶𝘁. We may experience this as synchronicity, which seems to happen with uncanny frequency just at those moments where one takes a leap in the dark. She leaves the abusive spouse in the dead of night with nowhere to go. Yet she is not reckless, because she knows It is time. She steps out into nothingness and Lo! Something meets her foot. A path invisible from the starting point opens with each step along it.”

                – Charles Eisenstein (from his essay titled “A Path Will Rise to Meet Us”)

              • Duck says:


                I was thinking about what you said while doing chores and listening to Epp 765 of the ‘Pete Quinones’ show. They read a lecture from a chap I must look further into. I think you would find their talk pretty interesting and/or useful

        • Gavinm says:

          (continued from another comment.. )

          Thus, I suggest rather than fighting ‘weeds’ (leaning into law enforcement to perpetually put bandages on the problem) we should be creating localized hubs where people who seek to redefine what it means to be human from the perspective of our permanent essence of Self (which is universally recognizable in all other beings) can live by example and begin to provide a permanent solution. If these communities are also living in close connection to the Earth and are capable of defending themselves they can become models for shifting the tide. These communities can become like medicine for the collective consciousness of our Human family that so desperately needs remediation and healing. Through living by example and helping the young ones stay in touch with their most innate characteristics (while also teaching them practical and self-defense skills) we came become like the candle that lights up the room filled with darkness and help others light candles too. In time we can make the shadows flee and leave them behind.

          On a separate note, What are your thoughts on the large scale social experiment in 1993 in Washington DC that involved using group meditation to lower violent crime rates?

          • Steve Smith says:

            “Thus, while much programming and “garbage” may be able to make a mess of the surface of the ‘slate’, what the ‘slate’ is composed of remains the same. Underneath all the garbage always remains the true essence waiting to be uncovered. This is true of the slate stone and it is true of the soul.”

            Gavin, the pearls of wisdom that you insert in your posts, often in a metaphorical or allegorical way, are too numerous to count much less to acknowledge individually. But they are not unnoticed or unappreciated.

            • Gavinm says:

              That means a lot Steve, thank you.

            • Gavinm says:

              Hey Steve

              I was guided to stumble across a song today that made me think of you. As I listened to the song I felt the deep reverence and love that the vocalist(s) have for God, for their fellow beings and for all of Creation.

              If I remember correctly, it is said that Jesus was baptized on the banks of the Jordan River. As I listened to the lyrics of the song, this made me think of the deep reverence you have for Jesus.

              The song is by a group called Starling Arrow, and it is called 𝗕𝘆 𝗧𝗵𝗲 𝗝𝗼𝗿𝗱𝗮𝗻

              I hope you enjoy the song and may your reverence and devotion to Jesus and your conscious choice to be guided by the love, courage and integrity that Jesus embodied, offer you continued peace of mind, hope, inspiration, resilience and confidence on the path ahead.

              • Steve Smith says:

                Truly gifted artists. You’re very thoughtful for sharing that little treasure Gavin. Thank you.

            • Gavinm says:


              My pleasure, I like to try and shine a light on artists like them when I can. I have a lot of respect for musicians that write/sing from the heart, encourage people to nurture spiritual growth , to have reverence for the wisdom offered to us by our ancestors and fellow beings in the more than human world and speak up for Mother Earth.

              Here is a link to the full album that song came from, just released the other day. Enjoy! 🙂


    • democracyiscoming says:

      here is a great solution- and one we’ve been waiting for – this guy was just interviewed by reiner fuellmich!

      Video: Graphene-based Nanowires, Scaffolding, and Pathological Blood Clotting Leading to Injuries and Deaths. Dr. Robert O. Young – Global ResearchGlobal Research – Centre for Research on Globalization

    • weilunion says:

      Plato was writing after the death of his mentor Socrates. Socrates was executed by the State, a group of 38 members at the time that Greece called itself a democracy. The problem is that it was never a democracy for all, only a few and thus an oxymoron.

      Plato feared democracy for he blamed Socrates execution on the State.

      This is why he moved his academy away from Athens, fear of persecution.

      Plato was a totalitarian. He believed in a Nocturnal Council made up of Philosopher-Kings who would rule the plebians.

      So he really isn’t the best source for demonstrable facts about democracy or governance.

      Now liberal democracy is a feature of capitalism. Under feudalism there was no sense of democracy or voting.
      Capitalism brought with it the managerial liberal democratic state.

      And as we can see in Europe, the US and everywhere capitalism is failing, liberal democracy is dying in favor of fascism.

      Fascism is a far better managerial system for failed capitalism. Giving orders is the name of the game, taking them is a choice.

      So as capitalism continues its downward spiral, we will see the fall of liberal democracies all over the world.

      You can start right here in America to see it.

      War, exploitation, low wages, inflation, corporate media, stagflation, crisis after crisis, economic meltdowns, housing crisis, banking crisis, mass migrations, alienation, mass murders, racism, homophobia, sexism, monopolies — this is all part of capitalism in America and abroad.

      It is a terrible economic system.

      Technocratic capitalism is nothing less than fascism.

      • Duck says:


        ‘…The problem is that it was never a democracy for all, only a few and thus an oxymoron…”

        It was a failure not because it had too few voters, but because Athens had TOO MANY voters…. the mob of voters was easily swayed into doing the most stupid or evil things.

        There is always a group of people that actually run things,the real problem in America (and most of the West TBH) is that their old elites were replaced by a mostly Jewish one which actively feared and disliked the people it ruled over and subverted and attacked the value system that made the ethnically diverse USA work even as well as it used to.

        That Jewish Elite are the source of almost all (not all, obviously) the problems you list

        War, (We have been fighting Israels enemies rather then the US’s for 20 years now)

        low wages, inflation, economic meltdowns, housing crisis, banking crisis, stagflation,(The FED which has done these things is a creature of the Money power)

        alienation, mass murders,corporate media, (A Media system dominated by which ethnic group??)

        mass migrations, mass murders,(The 1965 Immigration act was written in a synagogue and signed by the President who allowed Israel to murder US service men on The USS Liberty)

        homophobia, sexism, …this is all part of capitalism in America and abroad. (Actually US corporations POUR money into PRO homsexuality and Pro Trans NGO’s…I would argue that the Late Stage Capitalist system LOVES such things and the US Empire brought womens studies to Afghanistan )

        • weilunion says:

          “Never believe that anti-Semites are completely unaware of the absurdity of their replies.

          They know that their remarks are frivolous, open to challenge. But they are amusing themselves, for it is their adversary who is obliged to use words responsibly, since he believes in words.

          The anti-Semites have the right to play. They even like to play with discourse for, by giving ridiculous reasons, they discredit the seriousness of their interlocutors.

          They delight in acting in bad faith, since they seek not to persuade by sound argument but to intimidate and disconcert.

          If you press them too closely, they will abruptly fall silent, loftily indicating by some phrase that the time for argument is past.”

          ― Jean-Paul Sartre

          • Duck says:

            ‘…They know that their remarks are frivolous, open to challenge. But they are amusing themselves, for it is their adversary who is obliged to use words responsibly, since he believes in words. …’

            OK… so you have no rebuttal because I say the truth.

            Anyone who can do an “early life” or reads history knows as much

          • Duck says:


            I dont know much about Satre other then he was kinda a meth head and something of a degenerate … do you know if it its true that he was a Pro Pedophile?

            “…An open letter signed by 69 people, including Jean-Paul Sartre, …..was published in Le Monde in 1977, on the eve of the trial of three Frenchmen

            ….all accused of having sex with 13- and 14-year-old girls and boys. ……

            …The text also opined that if 13-year-old girls in France had the right to receive the pill, then they also should be able to consent,[12] arguing for the right of “14- and 13-year-olds” “to have relations with whomever they choose.”[11]……”

          • ethanms says:


            “Never believe that anti-Semites are completely unaware of the absurdity of their replies.”

            It’s absurd in this late stage to not recognize the ubiquity of Jewish influence and power.

            “They know that their remarks are frivolous, open to challenge.”

            Appeal to ridicule… *Yawn*

            “by giving ridiculous reasons”

            Have you ever studied how Jews talk about themselves, and their influence and power? It IS ridiculous. It’s called “Chutzpah”.

            “They delight in acting in bad faith, since they seek not to persuade by sound argument but to intimidate and disconcert.”

            So called “anti semites are the only people in this intellectual sphere naming the group of people and their organizing principles behind this NWO power structure. Neo Birchers use nebulous meaningless terminology like globalist, they-them-those, NWO, technocrat, communist, eugenicist, banker. The ADL in their guilt complex intuitively understands that these are all euphemisms for them and their power structure. Hence rightly frames them as “anti semetic” dog whistles.

            You may be haughty now and find yourself intellectually superior to those exposing Jewish power and influence. But to paraphrase Sun Tzu you have to know your enemy, Neo Birches can’t do that, Neo Birchers refuse to do that. Who’s acting in bad faith?

    • Mishelle says:

      Here are a few relevant quote as to why it might be that democracy fails, from the famous Yale educator, Robert M. Hutchins
      “The countries of the West are committed to universal, free, compulsory education. The United States first made this commitment and has extended it further than any other. In this country 92.5% of the children who are fourteen years old and 71.3% of those between fourteen and seventeen are in school. It will not be suggested that they are receiving the education that the democratic ideal requires. The West has not accepted the proposition that the democratic ideal demands liberal education for all. In the United States, at least, the prevailing opinion seems to be that the demands of that ideal are met by universal schooling, rather than by universal liberal education. What goes on in school is regarded as of relatively minor importance. The object appears to be to keep the child off the labor market and to detain him in comparatively sanitary surroundings until we are ready to have him go to work.
      The results of universal, free, compulsory education in America can be acceptable only on the theory that the object of the schools is something other than education, that it is, for example, to keep the young from cluttering up homes and factories during a difficult period of their lives, or that it is to bring them together for social or recreational purposes. . . .
      Education is supposed to have something to do with intelligence. It was because of this connection that it was always assumed that if the people were to have political power they would have to have education. They would have to have it if they were to use their power intelligently. This was the basis of the Western commitment to universal, free, compulsory education. I have suggested that the kind of education that will develop the requisite intelligence for democratic citizenship is liberal education, education through great books and the liberal arts, a kind of education that has all but disappeared from the schools, colleges, and universities of the United States.”

      The Great Conversation: The Substance of a Liberal Education
Robert M. Hutchins 1952

      Zuckerkandl! Was his comic book published in 1968.
      A few more quotes:
      • Because of experimental science we know a very large number of things about the natural world of which our predecessors were ignorant. In the great books we can observe the birth of science, applaud the development of the experimental technique, and celebrate the triumphs it has won. But we can also note the limitations of the method and mourn the errors that its misapplication has caused. We can distinguish the outlines of those great persistent problems that the method … may never solve and find the clues to their solutions offered by other methods and other disciplines.
      • Liberal education was aristocratic in the sense that it was the education of those who enjoyed leisure and political power. If it was the right education for those who had leisure and political power, then it is the right education for everybody today.

  2. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Jacinda “Anyone Got Some Oats” Ardern?

    I had to stop reading right there. The laughter-tears ruined my vision.

  3. cdbag says:

    Thank you James for that breath of fresh air! And for your frequent use of fun words like poppycock, presstitutes and balderdash – seriously we need this.
    I’m afraid a lot of people have a bad case daddy- or mommy-issues, and need someone to tell them what to do, what to think and where to spend their money. Klaus Schwab to the rescue! Or FJB, or Dr Bill Gates, or Elon the cool guy.
    No, I am an adult and I can make my own decisions without some self-absorbed “leader” with a whip to guide me. And there are a lot more of us than them.
    Thank you James, all of the people that you interview with, and the links to others that you share, help us to realize we are not alone.

    • beaconterraone says:

      Isn’t the term “presstitutes” just awesome? I started using it a few years ago. I’m not sure how many folks came up with it independently; it’s an easy step, since prostitutes is exactly what most of these faux “journalists” are. Selling their honor and souls for money, in service to the Father of Lies.

  4. stephen11 says:

    How does one cancel membership here?

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Did something offend you or prompt that question?

      • stephen11 says:

        No, I used the contact form before to no avail so I decided to open-source my question.

        My desire to cancel is not a reflection of Mr. Corbett’s work. My life has just taken a turn into the realm of hardcore recently and I have curtailed the usage of my bank account.

        I don’t have any deposits from slave-masters anymore either because I have refused all of their demands. Also, the local arm of the state picked a fight with me personally, unprovoked, to which I have not backed down. To the contrary, I have been emboldened. Now, I live like a dissident in my own land! It’s actually quite exciting. 🙂 Lots of stories for when I’m grey, I mean, more grey.

        Just a shame I don’t have any comrades in real battle. I’m sure there out there but, as I have admitted, I am not the best networker and of what networking I have done, I have only encountered battle theorists, slavery apologists, pseudo nihilists and capitalist contrarians! I have not met one soul willing to take raw action as I have done. Quite disappointing. Thankfully, due to whatever internal alchemy I have, everything has made me stronger and this action carries some sort of perpetual momentum as the contrast is realized more and more.

        But I digress; Mr. Corbett, please cancel my membership so I can consolidate my assets to most appropriately suit my needs! Thank you.

        To any lurkers out there who are actually standing your ground, I salute you and send you spiritual appreciation. Thank you as well, I hope we meet.

    • Duck says:

      I would guess you just stop payment ?

      • stephen11 says:

        I will have to. Dealing with the bank is quite a hassle for me nowadays and I was hoping to solve it with the service provider.

        • Duck says:

          Stephen 11

          Sorry your having difficulties…. Assuming your not wanted or something like that you might wanna check out “how to be invisible” by JJ Luna.

          Someone gave me a copy and it’s pretty good on hiding assets, home address, making your car not linkable to you and not being easily findable.
          Probably even summonses might be hard or impossible to serve if a person followed the books lead.

          Take care and best wishes for what they are worth

          • stephen11 says:

            Thank you for the resource, I will look into it.

          • weilunion says:

            The libertarian dream. How to become invisible.

            You live in a world where everything is known.

            There is no escape, false passport, hidey holes.

            The author made a fortune no doubt by selling the book to people who believe they can live two lives.

            And that is another point: Schizophrenia as a solution to late stage failed capitalism?

            I doubt it.

            But I am sure you can find the book in the fiction section of your local bookstore if one still exists or the old library,remember, when people used to share?

            Now it is suggested they hide from their own shadows. And hide their ‘stuff’. And hide from the ‘others’.

            Confronted with suggestions like this and that is when one knows the system has won!

            Whatever happened to critical thinking?

            • Duck says:


              “…You live in a world where everything is known.There is no escape, false passport, hidey holes….”

              Plenty of criminal types have fake ID, but the book does not actually tell you how to do such things. It does tell you how to evade 99% of the general surveillance everyone is under now, and even (mostly) vanish.

              The “panopticon” is powerful only because it makes its prisoners THINK that they are always being watched, not because it can actually watch them all the time

              Having read a (modern) issue of the book I can assure you that it does indeed show people pretty simple ways to be invisible…. though it does cost effort and money and looses convenience.

              ‘…..library,remember, when people used to share?…”
              People only used to share with their own community…. since coherent and homogeneous communities have been subverted its rather a hard time until those return.

              “…Now it is suggested they hide from their own shadows. And hide their ‘stuff’. And hide from the ‘others’….”

              Do you leave a pile of cash on view in your windows or wear expensive jewellery when you go to the bad side of town? Until people live in communities where they can freely expel bad actors and can trust their neighbors some measure of caution is wise.

              • weilunion says:

                Remember to tell people it is in the Fiction section of the bookstore or they will get lost thinking it is non-fiction.

  5. palama says:

    My concern is that our enemies control both sides and that as the tech nightmare winds down or becomes untenable, we are to be presented with a hero savior (Trump?), who will lead followers into more dying and turn out to be very tyrannical himself. Perhaps there will be a global government purge of traitors, and this will be what compels the populace to fall in line behind the hero justice-doers. And once Trump has regained power, it’s vaccines and 5G for everybody. The ultimate bait and switch.

    • Duck says:

      Yes… There will be a cycle.

      The kind of people who become the new elites depends almost entirely on how the population pushes back.

      Peter quinones has an interview (730 I think) with accedemic agent on his book on elites

  6. hanky says:

    Good one! You are fighting the good fight. But I must point out that most of the people that I know, believe, without concrete evidence, in the shadowy omnipotent puppet masters, be they Jews, Devils, or ETs. James, I hope we can affect a positive steering of consciousness, but it is a really tall order for us mere mortals.
    We are talking about the evolution of mankind’s spiritual and mental capacities. It is going to take a long time, but ultimately, any truth and transparency we can spread should have a positive effect.
    God Bless…

    • Duck says:


      People always the leaders and the Jews they deserve….

      How many people hate the way society is going but still give money to Netflix? Or Disney? Or Hollywood ? Or Walmart? How many of us agree with things going as they are ‘up to a point’ ?

      The only Jews that needs to be expelled is the one in our wallet and the one in our mind via ‘entertainment’

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      hanky says:
      …people…believe in “the shadowy OMNIPOTENT puppet masters, be they Jews, Devils, or ETs.”

      I copy with what you are saying.

    • beaconterraone says:

      “Without concrete evidence”? If we had concrete evidence of our rulers’ networks and resources, it wouldn’t be a very effective conspiracy, would it?

      The circumstantial evidence is overwhelming that this planet is already under the control of a shadow, de facto world government. All the regimes that “magically” spew the same slogans, impose the same measures, all at the same time. Just coincidence? That sounds like the official line about the Clot Shots, that “there’s no proof” that they kill people. Absence of (“concrete”) evidence is not evidence of absence.

      I’ll trust intuition combined with a rational analysis of what is both obvious and outside of reasonable doubt for an alternative explanation.

      • hanky says:

        That there is an agenda, goes without question. It is less and less hidden. They must unmask, as they mask us. The OMNIPOTENT part raises the crucial question for us.
        What do you recommend?

        • beaconterraone says:

          They are not omnipotent. However, they have been at this for centuries, and have created institutions and systems that are resilient against overthrow and undermining, as we know. They have and will again utterly destroy anyone who credibly challenges their scam, even if it means taking most of humanity with them. To neutralize the already extant world government would require mass coordination of hundreds of thousands if not millions of people, to act simultaneously with direct action (that’s force) against their persons and apparatus of power. That simply is not going to happen.

          Refusal and non-compliance are always essential. But I no longer believe “the masses” can be “educated” to resistance. If humanity just “takes” the lies and coercion of COVID-19(84) with only minimal, and almost always INeffective resistance, the bar for what humanity will continue to “take” seems to be almost limitless. And look at the transsexual abomination being foisted on the planet right now. Only a small percentage of hominids don’t feel, at least covertly, deep inside their heart, that this is not insane and corrupt beyond measure. Yet most are going along with it, because they see no other choice apart from being “cancelled” as socio-economically functional human beings. I’ve said that I knew the End Times of Revelation had arrived when Bruce Jenner was on the cover of Vanity Fair as a “woman.”

          I believe the prophecies of Revelation are true: hence, we CANNOT win this until the cavalry from Calvary returns, in the midst of horrors beyond comprehension (“And except those days should be shortened, there should no flesh be saved: but for the elect’s sake those days shall be shortened.”). What do we do? We DO continue to tell people, anyone who will actually listen, the truth about all things. We DO continue to say NO to any and all outrages of regimes and “governments” and “trusted (sic) institutions.” We DO continue to maintain the means to physically resist anything that crosses our personal red lines (e.g., rounding up folks in their homes – some of us WILL NOT “go quietly”). And, for Christians, we “save as many as we can,” telling everyone that Jesus Christ is literally the ONLY defense we have against what is happening, just as the ancient Israelites’ only defense against God’s judgment on Egypt was God Himself (the Passover).

          • hanky says:

            We agree on a lot. There are certain important things that are beyond our comprehension or control.
            I like James Corbett’s angle on doing what we can. You seem to concur, that we should oppose the lies and degradation.
            But do you speak against his main premise in this article, which is that we should gain confidence and courage, seeing the flaws in our visible opponents?

            • beaconterraone says:

              I do not oppose the efforts of any sincere resistance fighter, which is what I believe Mr. Corbett to be.

              However, I do have a moral imperative to caution people that human restoration of humanity to control of its own destiny is a fool’s errand. History has shown readily how power is gained and maintained, and that is via force, always. Regimes that come down have always done so because of force wielded against them, usually after they have become woefully corrupt. The idea of “peaceful revolution” is a hoax on humanity. The Mystery Babylon “saint,” Martin Luther King, Jr., is the chief poster boy for that mythology. Similarly with Mandela, and, it even includes Gandhi, who succeeded only because the British Empire was terribly weakened by the pro-Soviet fratricidal war it engaged in. King’s & Mandela’s “triumphs,” and the “collapse of Communism,” as well, were all engineered events by our rulers.

              The Truth matters, always. I believe that God/Christ and Truth are synonymous, but I do not need to be fanatic on that position, and I offer my moral support to those who promote “secular” truths, as well. Christians are commanded to be the light of the world and the salt of the Earth. Most of us have failed in that mission across 1992+ years, preferring to not act when needed or acting wrongly for our own interests. Non-Christians should emulate being light and salt; those who cannot accept Christ can still promote the values that are intrinsically good.

              • hanky says:

                Force must be summoned. But militaristic force is not an option.
                The force unleashed by the heightened awareness, consciousness and courage of the people, en masse, is required to counter the lying regime.
                In my very first post of this thread, I said this is a multi-generational thing. We will be lucky if we are bathed in more light and truth, even then.
                God bless…

  7. Shaman O'Sanity 2020 says:

    In the WORLD GOVERNMENTS SUMMIT 2022 it was Pipa who said: “it’s WW3” and “governments must be able to continue being governments”.

    My conclusion from this: “THERE WILL BE NO APOCALYPSE”.

    What are your thoughts ?

    • Shaman O'Sanity 2020 says:

      Governments will have to serve the masses. When opposition to current plans overgrows the support they need, they will be ‘swayed’ to the plans of the opposition. The opposition in it’s nature is however mostly against the plans and does not provide ‘winning’ alternatives. Governments will fill this void with equally stupendous ‘new plans’.

      Small communities can thrive on their own but we are talking about the whole Earth (the pancake, not the impossiball).
      So when we don’t want to see the whole picture, what’s the use of oppossing their plans. We could not participate, say ‘no’ but to what do we say ‘yes’ because their spin will be that at some point we have to say yes to something.

      Yes, we say No ? Or No we say Yes ? Equally stupid – we should have WW-plans but we are on the good way by starting to say no.. baby steps but time has no end 😉

  8. Torus says:


    It was awesome how this weekend’s newsletter basically answered the ‘Questions for Corbett’ I asked in the comments of last weekend’s newsletter. I needed to hear this.

    I think I’ve been a little taken by the fearporn around AI aspirations and capabilities. It’s evident that these ideas of quantifying and monetizing and controlling every aspect of the planet is literally impossible. Narcissistic nothingburgers. (And not worth my time and energy to worry about.)
    Thank you for putting things into perspective, and reminding us that although the technocratic agenda is underway, humanity will not allow it to prevail.

  9. HomeRemedySupply says:

    RE: “Technocracy is Insane, Anti-Human and it WILL Fail” by James Corbett

    This is heartening…

    Senator Malcolm Roberts is an elected Senator for Queensland, Australia.
    WATCH his 2 minute presentation:

    Eat the bugs or have your credit score docked – the Trusted Digital Identity Bill

    “The United Nations has a problem.
    How can they control the carbon footprint of the world’s citizens?
    Not the whole world of course, just the West, the United Nations Conference of Parties 26. Gave us an insight into the UN’s menu-plan, where Scott Morrison watched without criticising their demand to reduce the carbon footprint of our food supply, instead of counting calories,

    Australians will soon have their culinary delights and choices dictated to us by an unelected socialist bureaucracy, very soon government will tell our farmers what they can grow and punish Australian consumers if they buy the wrong things.
    This has already started with frightening reform schedule for Australian agriculture.
    The dream of micromanaging individual carbon emissions hinges on the soon to be passed, so-called Trusted Digital Identity Bill.

    If Scott Morrison and Barnaby Joyce want to achieve their Net Zero 2050 dream, freedoms must be slashed, removed, it is only through the relentless digital stalking of citizens that the Liberal National’s government can micromanage purchasing choices.
    Businesses are punished with tax, while consumers get their credit score docked. This already happens in China, where a person’s shopping list lowers their social credit score until they cannot travel.

    In Australia, it may be as simple as denying banking services because you dare to drive a four wheel drive to work. Australian banks have already shown a keen interest in the Trusted Digital Identity Bill saying it will quote, “allow them to create a rich view of their customers”.
    These are the same banks that already list climate risk as a means to deny loans.
    When the Liberals tell you that digital identity will make your life easier, remember there is no such thing as a free lunch.”


    Be sure to see the embedded LINK directly under the video in the sentence:
    Remember the plan to restrict you to eating less than one bite of red meat per day? That’s only possible if the Government can track your every move with the Digital Identity Bill.

    On the same webpage, Senator Malcolm Roberts explains in detail the ‘Trusted Digital Identity Bill 2021’.

  10. canbeen says:

    I’m thinking a distinction has to be made between bio technology and other kinds of technology. For other kinds of technology, I would agree they are at an infancy stage and keep making mistakes the way u would expect people with an abundant of resources to get careless about.
    But they have spent decades or a century of the world’s top military and academic minds in doing biology related research, and with quite a large source of subjects for experiments. They must have reached an unfathomable depth of knowledge in this area.
    While I would agree that they seem to be limited in their ability to do a totally controllable genetic engineering and nano chipping on humans, which is why they struggle to create a “safe vaccine”, they nevertheless are willing to do it in the unsafe manner.
    Once the brain chips works, society would “calm down” in a semi-permanent fashion. Once the current generation dies off, the next generation would be their desired genetically modified humans. How is anything reversible? Also, the next generation is already genetically modified,is it not?
    Once their data collection effort is completed, they do would be finally capable of building humans from scratch. That might be their fat hope and false dream, but the previous point about genetically modified humans is already permanent and irreversible damage.

    • Duck says:


      “… They must have reached an unfathomable depth of knowledge in this area….”

      They would certainly like us to THINK that, and no doubt the people pouring money into the projects are that silly…. if they actually HAD anything like as good tech as they pretend we’d all be in the pods eating bugs now. Its mostly a big scam run by researchers

      “… genetic engineering…..they nevertheless are willing to do it in the unsafe manner….”
      That worries me too… but the danger is not that they will become masters of creation but instead destroy the system that give them power.

      “…Once the brain chips works, society would “calm down” in a semi-permanent fashion…..Once their data collection effort is completed, they do would be finally capable of building humans from scratch. …”

      The Brain chips will be working half past never….. they have been selling that trash for nearly a hundred years now. I’m old enough that CyberPunk is RETRO to me and on YT you can watch doc’s from the day where Tim Leary was selling the same lies- which should tell you who wants us to buy those lies.

      If you watch “the mother of all demo’s” you’ll see that all the stuff we use now is really not new at all- just mass available

      They will never have that tech, at least not in THIS iteration of civilization. They can do horrible damage and kill lots of people but the Brain Chipped masses and the Infallible AI overlord is, as Chris Knowles points out often over at SecretSun blog, mostly BS public relations and scammery.

  11. scpat says:

    The idea that Technocracy will fail is a basic principle of life, because it is based on the objective of controlling the uncontrollable. When the unnatural state is imposed on the natural state, there is always some type of resistance or impurity that results.

    When emotions are forced, anxiety occurs. When roads are plowed through mountains, the earth becomes compromised and eventually rockslides occur. When gene editing is attempted, cancer occurs. When artificial food is put into bodies for long enough, the bodies break down. When conventional agriculture is used for long enough, the soil microbiome gets destroyed.

    The common theme I am seeing here is man’s desire to impose his will on nature–to push it around. And it backfires every time. In the case of Technocracy, it is guaranteed to backfire, just like everything else that goes against the flow of nature. How much carnage will occur before it’s over? I don’t know. But it will eventually become unsustainable and will implode.

    • Duck says:


      “..The common theme I am seeing here is man’s desire to impose his will on nature–to push it around….”

      Sadly I cant find “abolition of man” over at LewisDoodle on Youtube ,anymore but that book goes into that and the end step of that path …. man conquers nature by applying science to its study…. but when man applies those tools to Man people become a ‘thing’ to shape and mold until at least humanity is in the hands of a tiny elite of Controllers who are led by their Natural Urges, so nature thus wins over man and makes him an animal

      • scpat says:

        Hmm, interesting ideas. Man can be man’s own worst enemy.

        • Duck says:

          CS Lewis was a guy who read every book published over a century… he understood both sides of the argument and I think he knew where we were heading even back them

        • Duck says:

          jay dyer has kinda a cool footnote in his new book (not read it as yet) where he goes into how Goddel was all paranoid because he discovered a conspiracy to make people dumber and hide philosophical thinking from the masses…. the olde Worlde academics actually knew stuff unlike our present crop of ideologues

  12. HyperSimian says:

    Big tech makes everything such an easier task. The general populace will not give up that commodity. The smartphone is the key to control. And control it has over billions of slaves. Do everything behind a screen. Our hands are constantly holding it like shackles we embrace but do not know its long-term consequences of dependency. Unable to put down because fear of missing out. Most people can’t live in the “real” world anymore without the need of that supplemental endorphin boost of gratification by making a few clicks on a screen. The screen takes us away from humanity and sets our unrealistic and warped goals. Face to face saves all. Look into another’s eyes and see yourself. Choose

    • Duck says:

      “…Most people can’t live in the “real” world anymore without the need of that supplemental endorphin boost of gratification by making a few clicks on a screen…”

      True, most people will not make it thru the bottleneck

  13. Hare says:

    Thanks for another great article James.

    I would like to clarify the situation regarding the “pass sanitaire” in France.

    As far as I know, the pass has not been abolished.

    1). At hospitals, unless in an emergency, one must have the pass to visit specialised doctors, ie heart or cancer specialists. (Personally, I don’t recommend doing that anyways).

    2). The french government has it written in law that they can impose the pass, at their will, for any reason, wherever and whenever they would like. This law is in effect until July 2023 and will be re-reviewed shortly before then to evaluate if leaving the law in place is necessary or not. Considering how the french parliment has handled such matters over the past two years I have not much hope of said law being withdrawn in the near future.

  14. beaconterraone says:

    Unless one accepts several facts, one cannot truly understand how this will play out:

    #1) our rulers are NOT those you see. Yes, Uncle Klaus is a major player in the plans to subjugate humanity, but he, too, answers to hominids above him.

    #2) our rulers do NOT concoct these schemes all by their genius selves. They have supernatural help. That supernatural help is called the Devil. Does anyone actually believe these creeps are THAT smart, to put together such plans over generations, centuries even? If you do, maybe we should admit they ARE our betters and just submit, right? Nah, they’re not as smart as the “Satan is a myth” paradigm leads one to believe.

    #3) Technocracy will, indeed, fail, since it is directly contrary to God’s natural designs, and human nature. Nonetheless, billions are going to die from the new effort to erect a Tower of Babel in the form of artificial intelligence, nanotechnology, and biotechnology. That mass culling is already well-underway, via the genetically-engineered virus and the genetically-engineered, God-only-knows-what-they-will-actually do bioweapon injections falsely claimed to be “vaccines.”

    #4) it’s time to take the visions of St. John in the Book of Revelation seriously. We are now living out Revelation in real-time. Among the visions are the fact humanity will be subjected to a universal identifier that will track each and every individual who complies for financial, political, legal, and medical control. That identifier is called the Mark of the Beast. Those who refuse this Mark will be ostracized and persecuted, initially, and outright killed eventually.

    Again, if you want to know how this plays out, you MUST start accepting that much of what this modern, so-called “enlightened” world has rejected, including the existence and benevolence of the Creator and the voices of His servants, are true and trustworthy.

    • HyperSimian says:

      God and the Devil are the same entity. The Bible is a crock of human delusion especially the New Testament. If people can make up the Bible then surely they have the imagination to make up a slave world. The Bible is control just like the Great Reset just a different flavor.

      • Duck says:


        “….The Bible is control just like the Great Reset just a different flavor….”

        True… the Bible asks you to conform yourself to the will of a Creator God and limits the (Lawful) behavior that a Ruling Class because they only rule by the Will of Said God

        The ‘Bible Free’, Non-Supernatural world on the other hands puts control in the hands of each persons desire and instinct, and their Right to dominate others is as absolute as their Ability to do so.

        Both VERY DIFFERENT flavors of control.

        • HyperSimian says:

          @Duck you make the Bible seem so trustworthy in the hands of man. Joel Osteen or any other mega church fanatic millionaire is a good example. What’s the difference between Joel Osteen and Bill Gates…absolutely nothing. Whatever flavor of control you subscribe to is okay with me but you’re not going to convince me one is better than the other. I choose neither.

          • Duck says:

            “…you make the Bible seem so trustworthy in the hands of man….”

            No, I don’t think I went in to that. However the fact that people KNOW Olstein is a hypocrite Nd a liar and the fact that even the head of the Catholic Church can get called out by the Bible does show it IS at least a FIXED measuring stick of behavior that can’t be changed nearly as fast as the latest philosophy or political theory.

            “….but you’re not going to convince me one is better than the other. I choose neither…”

            However you ARE choosing a method of control.

            Either it’s a political outlook (I assume radical libertarianism or Anarchism ofsomething like tnat?) Or a philosophy or even your own biological urges – SOMETHING is guiding your thoughts and actions.

            Now, to reiterate, without a supernatural source for right and wrong there is nothing but choices and preferences…. and nothing but your ability to stop him makes Bill Gates desire to rule or own you “wrong”…. “right” becomes the will of the strong and “rightS” are what you can gain and hold by power. So if the technocrats rule you who’s to call it wromg?

            • HyperSimian says:

              Yet, Osteen and the Pope tell everyone what to do and they all listen. They are your “leaders”. Brain washing the cattle. Supernatural or not a man is telling (dictating) others what to do in the name of said supernatural forces. No thanks, religion is a scam. All a person needs is some mindfulness and empathy not a global organization with funny hats. Can we get back to reality and lose the spiritual high ground nonsense. People interacting with people nothing more needed to convolute it to another dimension of mental gymnastics.

              • Duck says:

                “….Yet, Osteen and the Pope tell everyone what to do and they all listen. …”

                Obviously that’s not the case… they are neither one if them “my” leader, and both lie about what the bible says – just in different ways. In fact, until t he Rockefeller money started rolling into the ecumenical movement the two had nothing in common except being liars. They would have been bitter enemies

                “….All a person needs is some mindfulness and empathy….”

                All you need for what? Enjoying your life? Maybe,but even that is apparently not satisfying for a good number of people.

                “…..Can we get back to reality and lose the spiritual high ground nonsense…”

                Well…I would argue that I AM dealing in reality, but even if I am deluded it’s not about “spiritual high ground ” it’s about how you order your thinking and worldview and what motivates people…. good luck getting people to die for principles or ideas devoid of spiritual value- actually good luck getting people to even suffer discomfort or fear for mere ideas.

                CS Lewis ‘ the abolition of man’ does a far better job explaining both your POV and why it leads to Technocracy

          • beaconterraone says:

            You’re right, both Gates and Osteen are CON MEN, who follow not Jesus Christ, but the Father of Lies, to extract wealth and power from their victims.

            If I established a religion called Hypersapienism, and then started screwing people out of their money and assets, who would be responsible for this malevolence, you, or me? Likewise, you blame Jesus Christ (Whom, of course, you deny) for the shady shit of so many of His FAKE “followers.”

            • HyperSimian says:

              Jesus was a cool dude not a God or prophet just a simple man with mindfulness and empathy. The Bible should be one page: Do unto others as you would like done to you. You and everyone else uses his teachings as a means of control and division. But hey quote some more fire and brimstone Bible verses to validate your aura of spiritual awokedness.

              • beaconterraone says:

                The typical superficial, two-dimensional “analysis” of Christ that so many fools have repeated over the last almost two millennia. Again, I cannot help you until you’re willing to SEE.

                I “control” no one.

                As for “division,” Christ Himself said His Gospel would create division. Why? Because most people follow their natural, corrupt human nature, and refuse and reject truth, whether moral or material, placing their own selfish interests above all things else. St. Paul extrapolated: “the love of money is the root of all evil.”

              • Duck says:

                “….Jesus was a cool dude not a God or prophet just a simple man with mindfulness and empathy….”

                That’s an insane thing to say…. since you only really in detail what He was doing and saying in the Bible you should re6the parts where Jesus flat out claims to be God.

                No “cool dude” claims to be God…. He must have either BEEN God, or the devil, or an insane cult leader.

                Writing such an individual off as ‘cool’ is rather silly….but a pure materialist worldview is equally silly which is why it has proven unsatisfying to the point that even the wokists are forced to assume religious trappings

      • beaconterraone says:

        What you said about the Bible is exactly what the Talmudvision tells everyone. “Especially the New Testament.” I’ve heard “reformed” Jews speak exactly as you write here.

        The Bible is “control” in the same manner as the owner’s manual to your automobile is “control.” You’re quite free to IGNORE the Manufacturer’s Instructions, but when something blows up in your face, don’t complain.

        • HyperSimian says:

          Conversing with a religious zealot is like throwing a rock into a pond. Ripples upon ripples of echoed action of the past, nothing new. Talk until your blue about flying spaghetti monster and his divine plan of infinite garlic bread. Dogma begets dogma that’s all your doing, no freedom.

          • beaconterraone says:

            I assert you are the religious zealot. Atheism, despite the frothing at the mouth denials of most “atheists,” is, indeed, a religion. Their “god” is themselves, which means they are actually autotheists. Just another manifestation of what is now called “woke,” a childish reaction to alleged “oppression.”

            I pray that you can see before the end of this existence arrives.

            • kalumw says:

              I believe God is a befuddled word for the incomprehensible everything, and that we are part of it. The divisions of good and evil, while easy to separate are a reluctant sell to me. Maybe they are simply unbalanced, abused, psychopathic? Surely they aren’t happy.. Or feel, much less have empathy. I think we lack balance, and meaning so we overcompensate with knowledge.. Kinda like that guy with big ear in Nietzsche book. Ultimately it all comes down to seeking the truth, working on ourselves, bring back the old, and melding it with the new. Cycles perhaps. I’ve got a daughter, a loving wife, and a decent job now.. So I have a reason. I didn’t always see a path forward though..

              • Duck says:

                “…I believe God is a befuddled word for the incomprehensible everything, and that we are part of it. …”

                The idea that we are all one thing is an old, rather discredited , idea. I see you have noticed a major issue with it when you say

                “… The divisions of good and evil, while easy to separate are a reluctant sell to me…”

                Since if you DO NOT divide Good and Evil then you become nothing more then a Blob driven by your own urges…. if there is no true, definite and hard, division Good or Evil a pedophile raping a kid to death can not TRULY be called “Evil”. You might try to psycolgize it with your

                “… Surely they aren’t happy.. ”

                but the fact is thee ARE people who enjoy that kind of thing and are as happy to do them as I might be to read a good book or eat a nice meal.

                You fall back on ‘Empathy’… but why would you need empathy if we are “All one” ???
                If we are “All one” then the death of above mentioned child would be truly nothing more terrible then cutting ones nails or tossing the result of masturbation out on a tissue….in the great scheme of things it would NOT matter, nor be a crime.

                “…Ultimately it all comes down to seeking the truth, working on ourselves, bring back the old, and melding it with the new….”

                While I agree with you on this (because i DO NOT think humans are all part of the same single being) if you are in the “we are all one” way of thinking WHY WOULD YOU NEED TO IMPROVE???? And HOW could you improve on the perfection of your present state of being part of God??

                All this stuff has been gone over by philosophers and theologians way smarter then you or I way way back
                we just dont read their stuff….. as Screwtape says in “Screwtape letters”

                “…And since we cannot deceive the whole human race all the time, it is most important thus to cut every generation off from all others; for where learning makes a free commerce between the ages there is always the danger that the characteristic errors of one may be corrected by the characteristic truths of another…..”

              • Hare says:

                I am not sure why under “Duck”‘s posts there is not a reply option but if i reply under the message previously it appears under “Duck”‘s message.

                Anyways, Duck, you said…

                “The idea that we are all one thing is an old, rather discredited , idea.”

                Instead of just stating such a “fact”, can you, as James does, show us through links this ” fact” you are sharing. It seems rather “news” like. My two cents.

                And that being said, i appreciate your feedbacks but it is all rather “factual” without any “facts” behind it rather just your opinion stated as fact.

                “When we look at others we ousrselves are reflected”

    • Tsipora says:

      “…, you MUST start accepting that much of what this modern, so-called “enlightened” world has rejected, including the existence and benevolence of the Creator and the voices of His servants are true and trustworthy.”

      What else apart from “the existence and benevolence of the Creator and etc.” makes up the “much” that you would have us accept?
      It is a serious question.

      • beaconterraone says:

        Many if not most of the “accepted truths” of this society should be questioned, or even discarded. Our world is built on lies atop of lies. Scientism has coerced our world into thinking human reason and the five human senses are the pinnacle of knowing. That’s, at best, a half truth.

        The supernatural exists, that which we cannot see can (and often does) exist.

        I like to quote Lindbergh to illustrate my thinking on this issue:

        “Real freedom lies in wildness, not in civilization. Possibly that is why civilized man views the earth’s remaining wildernesses with increasing nostalgia. As we lose our wild freedoms, we recognize their value in opposition to the tyranny of intellect.”


        “As I gained in age and experience, my interest shifted from the scientific toward the mystical. I found that any branch of science pursued to its peripheries ended in mystery. Man could neither explain the miracle of creation or the fact of his awareness, nor conceive the end of space and time. The miracles of science and technology become trivial in the face of the unknowable.”

        — Charles A. Lindbergh, Autobiography of Values

        • Hare says:

          It is hard to find my words on this subject so I hope I can express my clearly @beaconterraone. I have reflected upon what you said for a day now I believe. And I think @Tsipora touched upon what I am going to try to say and this may also address some of the previous commenters. I hope this can be read with an open heart and mind.

          If God is all-knowing and all-powerful and is omnipresent. It then leads to everything containing God, being God, everything. This includes the devil and also the so called “elites”. So we cannot separate the bad and the good, it all being the same.

          Love thy Maker for He is everywhere and everything, He is the light of the day and the darkness of the night.

          We live in a world of opposites, male female, up down, happiness sadness, love hate, night day, god devil etc etc. Some of these opposites, some may say, are perspective and some are fact but opposites they are. The opposites go on and on and I cannot see an argument against this.

          Now, one cannot know one opposite without knowing the other. One cannot find love without knowing hate, one cannot find Spirit with knowing material.

          An internal debate of mine for some time. Why? Why is this opposite thing the case? Why would God smite us? Why if God knows our destiny, what our outcome will be, with Him being all-knowing, being the Creator, put us through these tests. It is a tough question and none of us truly has the answer and perhaps it is not our place to pose such questions.

          Who are we to try to question that which created the heavens.
          Who are we to try to understand the Creator.

          But perhaps it is all a test of our free will which leads us along the path of enlightenment. As a species, a whole.

          We experience pain which leads to growth, so, if nothing is separate, in the devil we can see God, we can feel the devils pain from being rejected, kicked out as consequence of his refusal to submit. So, it is an age old tale this discussion.

          And in the end, it has nothing to do with the Saints and the Prophets and “religion”, and who said this and that and the other. It has to do with faith and if we decide to submit ourselves to God or not. And if we submit ourselves we cannot hate anything.

          Which sounds like “trust the plan” but then again perhaps that is why that line was used, to reduce and bastardise it. And also, with recent events leads to question if all these are just systems of control. But, within ourselves, if we truly look, we find the universe, and when we look at the universe within it stares right back at us.

          To summarise. God is everything, both “good” and “bad”. Thus hate not, separate not, for His children we all are, like it or not, doesn’t change what actually is. Love thy neighbor for within him you will find Me and reflected off him you will find yourself.

          Hope I expressed myself well and clearly. Good day.

          • Hare says:

            *one cannot find the Spirit without knowing the material [world].

          • Duck says:


            “…..If God is all-knowing and all-powerful and is omnipresent. It then leads to everything containing God, being God, everything. This includes the devil and also the so called “elites”. So we cannot separate the bad and the good, it all being the same…..”

            That is totally a non sequitur…. It does NOT follow a chain of reason.

            If someone telepathically KNOWS what you are thinking right now does it follow that THEY are YOU??? Nope

            If such a person knows exactly what you are going to do does it follow that they make you do it??? Nope

            If not tech AI surveillance knows everything about you and your every though and everything you will do does that make Google God? 😂

            • Hare says:

              Duck, firstly I must explain I am exploring various ideas put out in the world. I try not to attach myself to anything.

              I do not really follow your examples.

              Omnipresence is something that is present at all places at all times. My body and mind are a place, so is my spirit.

              Someone reading me telepathically is not present within me at all times, also perhaps they are just reading my mind from outside of me.

              “If such a person knows exactly what you are going to do does it follow that they make you do it?”

              I am not sure how that addresses what you quoted from me. I did say further down in my post:

              “perhaps it is all a test of our free will which leads us along the path of enlightenment”.

              As for your last paragraph, I am sure you know AI surveillance will never know everything about everyone and will never become omnipresent as much as they would like to. What about the Universe? Google is just Earth based, what about that distant star, our Sun, how much today does google even know about that?

              • Duck says:


                They were just thought experiments to show that the idea that “God is every WHERE” does NOT result in a conclusion that “God is every THING”

                “…Omnipresence is something that is present at all places at all times. My body and mind are a place, so is my spirit….”

                Yes… but I can be INSIDE a room but I do not BECOME the room…. thus God can BE IN the Universe while not BEING the universe

                I’m not trying to be play semantics, I am trying to show why your statement below

                “….If God is all-knowing and all-powerful and is omnipresent. It then leads to everything containing God, being God, everything….”

                IS NOT correct…. it does NOT lead to God ‘BEING’ everything… nor to Every THING “being God”

              • Hare says:

                I am just beginning to explore this idea of God. Perhaps you are right in what you are saying. I suppose I need to explore and study further. Perhaps my mistake was the “being God” whereas I was more trying to ascertain the idea of “containing God”. But perhaps maybe even that is wrong.

                Thanks for your feedback.

  15. Octium says:

    Technocracy will fail by its own accord, but unfortunately not in a convenient timeframe and not before it’s fully integrated into the “system”

    The difference between technocracy and a Nigerian scam is that you have to be gullible enough to opt into a Nigerian scam in the first place, where as you will not be given a choice to opt out of technocracy, the choice will be made for you. The only way out is to get out of the system completely beforehand.

    The failure of technocracy won’t be like the failure of shackles which break apart leaving you free!

    The failure of technocracy will be more like the sinking of the titanic which will give you the freedom to fight the other passengers to the death over who gets the lifeboats or you have the freedom to freeze to death in the ocean if you prefer the non violent approach!

    Might be better to start building your own lifeboat now and never set foot on the techtanic!

  16. Tsipora says:

    Thank you James for giving me a perspective. I much needed it. To be so highly educated and speak so well, so to the point on so many subjects, all that without ever giving me the slightest hunch of your needing attention let alone authority, that’s what makes you so trustworthy. You do give me the feeling though that you have been deeply trained in selflessness. Or perhaps trained yourself. It is beautiful.

  17. lekp says:

    I’ve always pictured the people “in charge” as being the kids that got a wedgie in Jr. High school in front of the entire cafeteria who are still licking that emotional wound and thus have the need to prove something to themselves.

    And the irony of a bunch of decrepit old men wanting to get rid of old people just slays me. I mean, can ANYONE explain to me WHY then they’re still feeding Henry Kissinger? 😆

  18. Torus says:

    The digital realm is just getting more bizarre. I must be behind the times because I did not know about a “virtual influencer,” a digitally rendered human that interacts on social media.
    It’s disturbing.

    “ “Are you a real person?” one of her Instagram fans asks. “Are you an AI? Or a robot?” According to the Seoul-based company that created her, Rozy is a blend of all three who straddles the real and virtual worlds. She is “able to do everything that humans cannot … in the most human-like form,” Sidus Studio X says on its website.”

    … ”the most human like form”?!?

    According to CNN “the ‘virtual human’ industry is booming”. It goes on to talk about virtual influencers in other countries.

    The ick factor is up there with Sophia the robot and friends, just a different flavor.

  19. douglas.c says:

    Thank You James

    I have been saying this about Gatges forever with good reason.

    In 1989 I has a Garment industry business cutting bias binding and other trimming manufactures would send us fabric to make for them. I decided to setup some computers and Novell Netware was the Networking.

    THis shit was rock solid. Amazingly simple and powerful. Everything just fucking worked. A problem you call them and the dial in via a phone line and modem and work on the server.

    A few years later Windows NT 3.0 garbage was released. True Garbage. THen NT 3.1 less garbagy but gabage. THen 3.5 and NT Server 3.5 was released. A GUI Network Server. WHY?

    No one looks at the desktop of a friggin server except the techs.

    Somehow by NT4.0 Windows started eating Netwares Lunch. Marketing everyone said

    BULLSHIT. HIs MOMMY was connected to IBM and Daddy always wanted to kill everyone so Eugenics could suceed.

    The Trith is we live in a Simulacrum. I believe that these dirt bags are not immortal as we are so they hate us and want to keep as many as possible in FEAR. Those of us that do not buy their nonsense will survive the next RESET coming in Nov 2046. Every 138 years the Phoenix comes around. It rains down the red mud and in some places causes mass destruction.

    We simply need to stay the fuck awake so these assfucks struggle non stop. So many are drunk on the coolaide. so be ikt


  20. mkey says:

    I think it goes without saying that elite scum of the Earth fails. The big question is, as already pointed out many times, how much will they drag down with them? Because, if offered the chance, they will take it all, have no doubt about that.

  21. loggin says:

    Excellent article !

    It will fail due to the hubris and pomposity of the chief players who got their places at the top table due to their dishonest behaviour or that of their ancestors.

    The universe has been evolving for nearly 14 billion years. Now a bunch of chimps think they know best, want to reset the world and build back better..

    A couple of days ago an academic said that in future all Nobel Prizes will be won by AI software. I don’t agree, do you ?

    • Duck says:

      “…A couple of days ago an academic said that in future all Nobel Prizes will be won by AI software. I don’t agree, do you ?…”

      As Chris KNowles at SecretSun blog often points out, most of that kind of thing is nothing but a hustle for garnering money from the elite

    • mkey says:

      The power of data aggregation should not be underestimated. “A.I.” does not need to be conscious to be very powerful.

      • Duck says:


        “…The power of data aggregation should not be underestimated. “A.I.” does not need to be conscious to be very powerful….”

        Thats true, it can be powerful, and it can hurt a lot of people, but it cant be relied on and its failures cant even be anticipated the way you might with regular software.

        Technocrats who were thinking they could regulate every pair of shoes and erg of energy in the world BEFORE computers love AI so much, because it gives an illusionary hope of managing the unmanageable.

        It also wont be winning Nobel Prizes for anything anytime soon, probably ever. You can go back to pop science magazines and see that they were promising the same results back since forever as they are promising now- always ‘just around the corner’ and always will be….. like when i posted the link to the “Mother of all demos” and you can see that all the tech you have now is actually just mass implementation of things that existed in the 60’s. I read in an old copy of “Computers and automation” about an early 1970’s SMART METER that the water company could call on the phone for meter reading.

        The present power disparity is not because modern tech is super powerful, its that western man is weak and pathetic and atomized thanks to social engineering

  22. TimmyTaes says:

    The “Central Question” is whether humans will use their central genitals to keep reproducing in such a fucked up world. Birth rates are continuing to fall.
    “Why have children.” is the central question.

    • cu.h.j says:

      Good question. Perhaps out of love? People love their partner and the life within and want to bring it forth?

      I have been too thoughtful, to circumspect in my approach I think. Too doubtful, not wanting to take a risk. What if my kid was damaged, or hated me or turned out bad despite all of my best efforts? To just let go seems rough.

      I treated a 19 year old patient who overdosed and she died in my ER. She took some pills because her mom had died a few months ago and her father was a single dad now, maybe not attentive enough. At any rate, he was at her bedside when we were trying to bring her back in tears begging us to keep going. It was terrible. I just can’t imagine being in his shoes. I have chosen not to have biological kids, maybe because I didn’t want that kind of pain. But I would hope people understand why people sometimes are hesitant to have kids.

      • TimmyTaes says:

        cu.h.j: Suicide is such a tragedy. My daughter has attempted suicide. We have been estranged for years. Her mother left me long ago for another man. Life isn’t easy. I never made a conscious decision to have children, but then as Garrison Keillor wrote: “If you didn’t want to go to Minneapolis, why did you get on the train?”
        I have a son and a daughter and I worry about them and pray for them every day. I do have a good relationship with my son.
        Time matters. My marriage broke up when my son was 6 and my daughter 3. Time with your child matters.

      • TimmyTaes says:

        PS: There are two kinds of people on this planet. Those who have children and those who don’t. So many who would tell us how to run our lives, don’t have children.
        I believe in Jesus Christ and his teachings. It was His great sacrifice to die on the cross.
        But he never got married and had kids. “The complete catastrophe!” Zorba the Greek.

        • cu.h.j says:

          I suppose I’m the kind that don’t, but I try not to tell people what to do, unless they are doing it all wrong! Just kidding.

          I think I’m too attached and couldn’t let go. Maybe I’ll adopt and mentor and it will be less clingy.

          I just can’t imagine having one’s child die and the pain of that especially after what I saw on that man’s face. I don’t want that.

          I hope Jesus Christ helps us or has helped us, kicking god in the knee to help us out down here on Earth and get rid of these nasty parasites ruining our lives! Glad you have faith in someone!

    • Duck says:


      “…“Why have children.” is the central question….”

      Because not everyone is so self centered that they only think of their own life and their own pleasure…. they know that they are part of a great chain of being, a patchwork of creation and life that goes beyond themselves.

      As Dr Dutton “The Jolly Heretic” points out The above kind of people, who are mostly religious, and also Stupid people who cant control their impulses, will be the ones that the future belongs to.
      here is arandom video of his… he’s always play acting for the intro

      • TimmyTaes says:

        Duck: The Jolly Heretic is a jolly vlogger, but his point is? People may just get fed up with life on Earth. The human race is always only 40 years from extinction.
        Humanity won’t die with a bang, but with the lack of a baby’s cry.

        • Duck says:

          “…People may just get fed up with life on Earth. …Humanity won’t die with a bang, but with the lack of a baby’s cr…”

          The point HE often makes is that the two kinds of people who DO have kids are
          a) “Genetically Healthy” people, with Low mutation load, who tend to have healthy drives like having babies and tend to be religious
          b)”Low IQ” and “Low Impulse Control” people

          We are not gonna run out of either type of person anytime soon…. he ALSO makes the point that even normal people are prone to copying the disgenic behavior if its high status enough …. things like Feminism, anti-natalism, being in favor of groups other then your own- generally behaviors that harm you or your society.

          Essentially he is describing how even genetically healthy, normal people can get infected with what Dr EM Jones calls “the Jewish Revolutionary Spirit”…. how many weirdos do you think people will put up with when foods short and everyone is scared?

          We’re just a fanastically wealthy society that we’ve been able to grow a massive crop of the kind of insane people only Rich people could be a century ago. This cycle will work itself out like every other one has, just messier

          • TimmyTaes says:

            Duck; Well, we’ll see how it all works out if we live long enough. My guess is that India and Africa will continue to reproduce at higher rates for at least another generation or two. The jabs and other factors like the poisoning of the world will reduce fertility. Europeans lost their religion after WWI and WWII. If Americans suffer greatly in a world war, they well may lose their religion as well. Christians are only 50% of Americans now.
            As for the sexually impulsive; that’s where the attack on fertility comes in.
            Perhaps the sexual mutilation of children to make them another sex is prelude to sterilization.

            • Duck says:

              “….If Americans suffer greatly in a world war, they well may lose their religion as well. Christians are only 50% of Americans now…”

              Less the 50% of Americans are functionally Christians… it is at best a social club for most people, at worst a Social Justice group.

              However, when people get poor you will be surprised how many people find religion, people do not feel the need for such things when they are fat and cosy….. the good news is that now that Christianity has been De-coupled from the State it cant loose prestige by associating itself with an unjust war the way Churches did with World War One.

              • TimmyTaes says:

                Duck: It’s been my experience that maybe 1% of humans are functional Christians. I doubt if heaven is crowded.
                The Church has always supported the wars. It still does. The Church supports the masks, vaccines, lockdowns, social distancing.The whole state narrative.
                I can’t stand the Church today or any day in my life.

            • Duck says:


              “…I can’t stand the Church today or any day in my life….”

              How you or I feel about something matters much less then its roll in society- I dont much like the Police TBH, but they serve a function.

              From a pure materialist POV I would suspect that most of the Churches and groups that come thru the end of Weimerica are going to be rather more authoritarian, dogmatic and strict then I personally like.

              Such social organizations, (again in a Materialist POV) have been the norm for most of human history and most humans have found then a suitable way to run things and been happy enough in them…. it is the hyper individualism of the so called Counter Culture that has created so many people who need collectivism today.

              Hopefully things will get back into a happy balance before too long… but you should note how many people choose the option of Slavery in the survey AA gave in the below video

              Minimum-Wage Workers and 19th-Century Slaves: An Economic Comparison

              • TimmyTaes says:

                Duck: Define “hyper-individualism”. Collectivism has been around all through human history.
                I see no “balance” in society. Never have.
                People do like slavery. They are lazy, too lazy to run their own lives. That’s why they join the military and other organizations.

            • Duck says:


              “…Duck: Define “hyper-individualism”. …”

              The modern way of putting the SELF before the family or group.

              People have always lived in groups…. at no time in the past was it normal for humans to live, like Orangutans, alone in the wild.

              People needed to fit into the group to stay alive. Normal class People in families up until the Boomer Generation were mostly forced by economics to work in the same way as part of the family unit to stay fed.

              The family/group/tribe was a high priority because you could not survive without it.

              So, yes, you are 100% right that
              “..Collectivism has been around all through human history….”

              Its only the vast wealth we enjoy now that allows people to put themselves first…. women to stay childless and single, children to ignore their parents authority, parents to neglect their kids (they would have died in the past)

              “…I see no “balance” in society. Never have….”
              I would counter that most people thru history appear to have been somewhat content with their lot, in a way that we today are not even though we are fantastically wealthy compared to even the Uber Rich of 2 or 3 centuries ago.

              “…People do like slavery. They are lazy, too lazy to run their own lives….’
              That is rather the conclusion I got from the response to the survey AA did…. which is why honestly a true Anarchy will never exist. The idea is as utopian as Communism or Technocracy

              A person who is a natural Slave can not be happy or feel safe without a Master to give their life direction and do their thinking and planning for them… I would personally say this is because humans have a need to worship God and in the absence of that will latch onto something else to worship, but thats just my opinion.

              “… That’s why they join the military and other organizations…”
              Thats probably why so few slaves run away or revolted compared to their actual numbers thru history… Spartacus, whatever the old movie showed, was a solider before he was a slave.

              Also as AA shows life was kinda materially crap for everyone back then. Funny, I think most people today will be happier when they have to struggle a bit

              • TimmyTaes says:

                Duck: I agree with what you wrote above. A Libertarian “utopia” will not exist with the Homo sapiens we have today. Some kind of genetic change will have to occur, like the difference between Neanderthal man and man today; though there is plenty of Neanderthal DNA out there.

                I am reading “The Seven Storey Mountain” by Thomas Merton. He was assassinated by the CIA in Thailand. You can look him up.

                It’s a good book. As Merton writes, “Without a life of the spirit; life becomes uninteresting and…” Well slavery as you put it and I agree.

                The best thing about modern life isn’t the sanitation, the electricity, the roads, etc. (Monty Python; Life of Brian); it is the ability to be left alone.

            • Duck says:

              I looked him up…. pretty interesting guy by the looks of it.
              Thanks. 🙂

              I’m kinda backed up on my reading right now (looks guiltily from Computer to bookshelf) but I’ll keep him in mind,

    • Duck says:


      This video of Dr Dutton is actually more on point

  23. pkadams says:

    Hey guys, since we are all concerned about the coming technocracy, here’s some terrifying stuff about recycling life and creating life using nanotechnology and biotechnology. Very informative.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Nice image. Envisioning goals and objectives…I think that is important.
      I also see that Bill Gates is in the image. 😉

  24. Duck says:

    “….And we know who’s behind the normalization of pedophilia…..”


    Anyone who wonders, or doubts, who is behind THAT should go over to Anteolpe HilL press and get “Trans Industrial Complex” by Scott Howard…. he puts almost no opinion in the book, just lists names, funding records and gives Quotes so such people can let you know in their OWN WORDS what they think.

    That said I have to give props to Abigail Shrier, who is jewish, for writing “Irreversible Damage”.
    I dont even blame her for not going into where the money for the Agenda comes from.

    • ethanms says:

      Man, I need to get that book. They will out themselves when given the opportunity and paradoxically it’s because of Jews like Abigail Shrier tipping the hand that we know as much we do. Unfortunately, people will still persist in denial when confronted with irrefutable evidence.

      Sorry for taking down the comment, I’ve just been posting a lot. I’m half expecting to get my account terminated

  25. studiotwoseven says:

    DNA origami? What the…

    “In 2006, the invention of DNA origami further advanced DNA nanotechnology [11]. The strategy of creating DNA origami involves the application of a long single-stranded scaffold strand that can be folded into the desired structure by binding with many short single-stranded DNA oligonucleotides called staples. The size of the origami depends on the length of the scaffold, which can range from a few hundred nucleotides to several thousand nucleotides. This technique was further adopted and generalized for the self-assembly of the desired DNSs.”

    Some scary hokum. Here is the NIH paper that is from:

    • studiotwoseven says:

      …always thought the nutters connecting mRNA shots to 5G were wasting my time. What that NIH paper describes are SELF-ASSEMBLING nanobots. Programmable … self- assembling nanobots.

      Something to think about.

      • cu.h.j says:

        Very interesting paper studiotwoseven. Thanks for posting. I’m still going through it, and it’s a good intro to what artificial DNA structures they are building.

        They are using the DNA as a scaffold to hold stuff. I wonder how they make it go to where they want it to go and will look more into it.

        Because the structures are made of DNA, I’m not sure how it would work with 5G technology unless 5G interacts with DNA? I don’t know if it does.

        It’s fascinating technology and also frightening in the hands of psychopaths. But getting it to work predictably in humans is another matter. I’m going to read more about this. Thanks again for posting!

  26. Kelly says:

    I feel like we are on the same wavelength today James!! I have had these thoughts almost exactly down to the Wizard of Oz and parasite class!

    We should not fear these clowns nor fear shutting them down. Bravery is contagious.

  27. ejdoyle says:

    Too many long comments. Everyone is a political know it all these days I guess. Can’t take time to harvest the narcissistic ramblings.

    My point: The brilliant but psychopathic controller’s propaganda mind control is complete. The Internet is filled with all talk, memes, and Rambo fantasy. Unable to escape their cartoonification world most will take the blue pill.

    Most Americans are too lazy, unmotivated, and addicted to shiny stuff, porn, celeb worship, etc. Wordsmithing on forums is not activism. The next Mud Flood reset will take care of things for sure.


  28. Anciana says:

    Yes, technocracy is insane and anti-human.
    Thank you for explaining that it WILL FAIL.

  29. cu.h.j says:

    I haven’t read the entire article, but I am in complete agreement with JC that it will fail. I am almost completely convinced that the stuff they are trying to invent and create, the weird biotech in particular won’t work like they want it to. This is because human beings and even simple life forms are so complex that complete understanding may not be possible.

    I don’t know a lot about computers and technology and am actually quite ignorant of what AI can do but I have always highly doubted that it could ever do what a human mind can do. Maybe it can process more information, but It lacks neurons, genes, and the capacity for intuition and all the other mysteries that are within humanity and other living beings.

    And the quest for immortality or life extension has not so far lead to anything significant as far as I know.

    What these sociopaths and psychopaths are doing is wasting their time which is finite and maybe some of them will realize this. And suppose by some long shot that immortality could be achieved, no one will escape the death of our sun. As far as I know life on the physical plane cannot exist without light and heat.

  30. Sherry says:

    These folks live in la-la land with some of their ideas. Architects can design elaborate ideas without thinking about things like cost and most importantly, can this be built as it is designed? Sometimes the answer is no, it has to be revised or scrapped. Here is another dream of the architects for the future. “The Line – The City That Delivers New Wonders For the World.”

  31. Frode bK says:

    I agree. Our world has built-in fail-safe measures to stop such idiotic and nonsensical ideas as Technocracy. But how many people will die before the tide turns?

    It is an excellent question what the world will look like on the other side of this failure of Technocracy. I believe the Technocrats have already planned for their own faceplant, and have a Plan B up their sleeve. It would not be unlikely to think those behind the scenes will let today’s “leaders” sink to the bottom of the lake, and try to once again present new “leaders” and new (age) religions as solutions to keep our world “free”. I fear they will take us on another round on the problem-reaction-solution carousel if people let their guard down, believing good has won over evil.

  32. HomeRemedySupply says:

    RE: Mohammad Bin Salman and NEOM
    from Corbett’s article” “Technocracy is Insane, Anti-Human and it WILL Fail”

    There is a 3 1/2 minute video in this article which is pretty good…

    By Mariella Moon
    This is what Saudi Arabia’s 100-mile long emission-free smart city could look like
    The Line is part of Saudi’s controversial Neom mega-city project.

  33. source says:

    “That is the central question of our times, and it is the key to understanding what the Global War for Independence is really about”.

    It’s a wholly trascendental (spiritual) matter…

    • source says:

      The concept of and identification with Anarchy, i feel, distils to radical subjectivity or absolute personal sovereignty. If such is the case, then one is always establishing the mood of one’s kingdom. Deep personal inspection reveals there are but two moods: fear (avoidance of or contraction from that which is perceived as outside or a threat to one’s kingdom) and Love (or acceptance of the fact that it is impossible that anything be outside of one’s kingdom if sovereignty is always only all inclusive).

      James, i feel, this is exactly what you are doing with an increased awareness: sorting out that which belongs in your kingdom and that which does not.

  34. mutig says:

    On the downfall of the cabal: here is Bach in an uppity, anti-establishment mood, performed in Wall Street a few weeks ago. I wonder what else was going on in Wall Street on May 25th. The string players are all wearing masks, so the irony was lost on them.

    Text and translation:

    Deposuit potentes de sede et exaltavit humiles.

    He has brought down the powerful from their thrones and lifted up the lowly.

    Here is my favorite Deposuit aria. All trained to the highest level, and both conductor Helmuth Rilling and tenor James Taylor put just the right amount of bite into it:

    For a live, modern (historically informed) performance of the entire piece, i. e., with period instruments, string instruments strung with gut, countertenor in the alto role; also with a very good Deposuit:

    Complete text and translation:

    All of these need a good sound system.

    Bach’s quotation from Scripture notwithstanding, I’m wondering what are the indications that we are winning? that people are waking up? I am not personally acquainted with anyone who is awakened (although many who are woke). But faith memes are proliferating everywhere. Declaring something in the future to be a fact is a confession of faith, isn’t it?

  35. zyxzevn says:

    FACT or FAKE
    In respond to the EU & UN anti-conspiracy website,
    I posted an article to combat government propaganda..

  36. Gavinm says:

    “𝗔𝗜 𝗖𝗼𝗻𝗷𝘂𝗿𝗲𝘀 𝗔 𝗖𝗿𝗼𝗻𝗲𝗻𝗯𝗲𝗿𝗴 𝗙𝗶𝗹𝗺. 𝗜𝘁’𝘀 𝗟𝗶𝗸𝗲 𝗚𝗮𝘇𝗶𝗻𝗴 𝗜𝗻𝘁𝗼 𝘁𝗵𝗲 𝗚𝗮𝘁𝗲𝘀 𝗼𝗳 𝗛𝗲𝗹𝗹”

    “..More troubling, though, is that these hellish scenes of malnourished cyborgs and brittle robots were literally dreamt up by a machine. They are the mathematical distillation of a subconscious mind.

    Exposed organs. Insectoid hybrids. Artificial archetypes. The 𝗲𝗹𝗲𝗰𝘁𝗿𝗶𝗰 𝗜𝗱.

    It’s all there.

    Of course, it was some mask-obsessed Covidian who did this. Who else? Using a new AI image generator, Midjourney, the ad-maker Keith Schofield became a prodigious “prompt engineer.” Each image was cranked out in the blink of an eye.

    This is all part of the new normal. Text-to-image AI art is filling cyberspace so fast, it’ll soon be all we see. Before you know it, these derivative images will be on every ad and book cover. People won’t see anything that hasn’t been sifted through the Machine.

    What happens when our minds brim with synthetic fantasies?”

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