The dark horse
of the New World Order is not Communism, Socialism or Fascism. It is
With meticulous detail and an abundance of original research,
Patrick M. Wood uses Technocracy Rising to connect the dots of
modern globalization in a way that has never been seen before so
that the reader can clearly understand the globalization plan, its
perpetrators and its intended endgame.
In the heat of the Great Depression during the 1930s, prominent
scientists and engineers proposed a utopian energy-based economic
system called Technocracy that would be run by those same scientists
and engineers instead of elected politicians. Although this radical
movement lost momentum by 1940, it regained status when it was
conceptually adopted by the elitist Trilateral Commission
Rockefeller) in 1973 to become its so-called "New International
In the ensuing 41 years, the modern expression of Technocracy and
the New International Economic Order is clearly seen in global
programs such as Agenda 21, Sustainable Development, Green Economy,
Councils of Governments, Smart Growth, Smart Grid, Total Awareness
surveillance initiatives and more.
Wood contends that the only logical outcome of Technocracy is
Scientific Dictatorship, as already seen in dystopian literature
such as Brave New World by Aldous Huxley (1932) and Nineteen
Eighty-Four by George Orwell (1948), both of whom looked straight
into the face of Technocracy when it was still in its infancy.
With over 250 footnotes, an extensive bibliography and clarity of
writing style, Wood challenges the reader to new levels of insight
and understanding into the clear and present danger of Technocracy,
and how Americans might be able to reject it once again.