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PostSubject: Global Warming currency.   Tue 16 Feb 2010, 11:30 pm

If this isnt one of the biggest pieces of filfth I have ever read. The website has all kinds of filfth do gooder sounding tripe, more than I care to read. I wish there was a post board on the website. Complete Totalitarianism is the shit this site is spewing with a tone of self righteousness, able to care for all.



Have you stopped to consider why the idea of man-made global warming is being forced on individuals, businesses and nations and why those in the know are positioning themselves to take advantage of a carbon trading system, a system—by the way—created with funds provided to Richard Sandor by the Joyce Foundation when the current President Obama was a director on its board in 2000?

In this article, Patrick Wood explains that the real plan is to replace the existing economic system which is based on price with a system based on energy. No more dollars, euros, yen and the like. Welcome to the world of Carbon Currency.

Source: PATRICK WOOD canadafreepress.com

26 Jan 2010—Critics who think that the U.S. dollar will be replaced by some new global currency are perhaps thinking too small.

On the world horizon looms a new global currency that could replace all paper currencies and the economic system upon which they are based.The new currency, simply called Carbon Currency, is designed to support a revolutionary new economic system based on energy (production, and consumption), instead of price. Our current price-based economic system and its related currencies that have supported capitalism, socialism, fascism and communism, is being herded to the slaughterhouse in order to make way for a new carbon-based world.

The deathly economic state of today’s world is a direct reflection of the sum of its sick and dying currencies, but this could soon change.

Forces are already at work to position a new Carbon Currency as the ultimate solution to global calls for poverty reduction, population control, environmental control, global warming, energy allocation and blanket distribution of economic wealth.

Unfortunately for individual people living in this new system, it will also require authoritarian and centralized control over all aspects of life, from cradle to grave.

What is Carbon Currency and how does it work? In a nutshell, Carbon Currency will be based on the regular allocation of available energy to the people of the world. If not used within a period of time, the Currency will expire (like monthly minutes on your cell phone plan) so that the same people can receive a new allocation based on new energy production quotas for the next period.

Because the energy supply chain is already dominated by the global elite, setting energy production quotas will limit the amount of Carbon Currency in circulation at any one time. It will also naturally limit manufacturing, food production and people movement.

Local currencies could remain in play for a time, but they would eventually wither and be fully replaced by the Carbon Currency, much the same way that the Euro displaced individual European currencies over a period of time.

Sounds very modern in concept, doesn’t it? In fact, these ideas date back to the 1930’s when hundreds of thousands of U.S. citizens were embracing a new political ideology called Technocracy and the promise it held for a better life. Even now-classic literature was heavily influenced by Technocracy: George Orwell’s 1984, H.G. Well’s The Shape of Things to Come and Huxley’s “scientific dictatorship” in Brave New World.

This paper investigates the rebirth of Technocracy and its potential to recast the New World Order into something truly “new” and also totally unexpected by the vast majority of modern critics.


Philosophically, Technocracy found it roots in the scientific autocracy of Henri de Saint-Simon (1760-1825) and in the positivism of Auguste Comte (1798- 1857), the father of the social sciences. Positivism elevated science and the scientific method above metaphysical revelation. Technocrats embraced positivism because they believed that social progress was possible only through science and technology. [Schunk, Learning Theories: An Educational Perspective, 5th, 315]

The social movement of Technocracy, with its energy-based accounting system, can be traced back to the 1930’s when an obscure group of engineers and scientists offered it as a solution to the Great Depression.

The principal scientist behind Technocracy was M. King Hubbert, a young geoscientist who would later (in 1948-1956) invent the now-famous Peak Oil Theory, also known as the Hubbert Peak Theory. Hubbert stated that the discovery of new energy reserves and their production would be outstripped by usage, thereby eventually causing economic and social havoc. Many modern followers of Peak Oil Theory believe that the 2007-2009 global recession was exacerbated in part by record oil prices that reflected validity of the theory.

Hubbert received all of his higher education at the University of Chicago, graduating with a PhD in 1937, and later taught geophysics at Columbia University. He was highly acclaimed throughout his career, receiving many honors such as the Rockefeller Public Service Award in 1977.

In 1933, Hubbert and Howard Scott formed an organization called Technocracy, Inc. Technocracy is derived from the Greek words “techne” meaning skill and “kratos”, meaning rule. Thus, it is government by skilled engineers, scientists and technicians as opposed to elected officials. It was opposed to all other forms of government, including communism, socialism and fascism, all of which function with a price-based economy.

As founders of the organization and political movement called Technocracy, Inc., Hubbert and Scott also co-authored Technocracy Study Course in 1934. This book serves as the “bible” of Technocracy and is the root document to which most all modern technocratic thinking can be traced.

Technocracy postulated that only scientists and engineers were capable of running a complex, technology-based society. Because technology, they reasoned, changed the social nature of societies, previous methods of government and economy were made obsolete. They disdained politicians and bureaucrats, who they viewed as incompetent. By utilizing the scientific method and scientific management techniques, Technocrats hoped to squeeze the massive inefficiencies out of running a society, thereby providing more benefits for all members of society while consuming less resources.

The other integral part of Technocracy was to implement an economic system based on energy allocation rather than price. They proposed to replace traditional money with Energy Credits.

Their keen focus on the efficient use of energy is likely the first hint of a sustained ecological/environmental movement in the United States. Technocracy Study Coursestated, for instance,

<BLOCKQUOTE>Although it (the earth) is not an isolated system the changes in the configuration of matter on the earth, such as the erosion of soil, the making of mountains, the burning of coal and oil, and the mining of metals are all typical and characteristic examples of irreversible processes, involving in each case an increase of entropy. (Technocracy Study Course, Hubbert & Scott, p. 49)</BLOCKQUOTE>
Modern emphasis on curtailing carbon fuel consumption that causes global warming and CO2 emissions is essentially a product of early Technocratic thinking.

As scientists, Hubbert and Scott tried to explain (or justify) their arguments in terms of physics and the law of thermodynamics, which is the study of energy conversion between heat and mechanical work.
Entropy is a concept within thermodynamics that represents the amount of energy in a system that is no longer available for doing mechanical work. Entropy thus increases as matter and energy in the system degrade toward the ultimate state of inert uniformity.

In layman’s terms, entropy means once you use it, you lose it for good. Furthermore, the end state of entropy is “inert uniformity” where nothing takes place. Thus, if man uses up all the available energy and/or destroys the ecology, it cannot be repeated or restored ever again.

The Technocrat’s avoidance of social entropy is to increase the efficiency of society by the careful allocation of available energy and measuring subsequent output in order to find a state of “equilibrium,” or balance. Hubbert’s focus on entropy is evidenced byTechnocracy, Inc.’s logo, the well-known Yin Yang symbol that depicts balance.

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PostSubject: Re: Global Warming currency.   Tue 16 Feb 2010, 11:57 pm

If the question is asking what we intend to do with persons today who are not interested in Technocracy, the answer is ‘nothing’. We are seeking people who are intelligent and open-minded enough to embrace a new idea. However, deteriorating economic and social conditions will force many people not presently interested to look in our direction.
In the Technate, even the people who are not interested in Technocracy will enjoy the same high standard of living and increased leisure along with greater opportunity for cultural activities. Should they still prefer to live somewhere else, there will be no restriction on emigration.

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PostSubject: Re: Global Warming currency.   Tue 16 Feb 2010, 11:58 pm

Is not Technocracy very similar to socialism or communism?

When discussing either socialism or communism, it is important to make the distinction between theory and practice. For instance, Communism in theory is a system of social organization based on holding all property in common, but in practice it is a totalitarian state dominated by a self-perpetuating political party which controls all economic and social activity.In the Technate, no group will wield political or economic power over the citizens. Everyone will have economic security, a high standard of living, more leisure and greater measure of personal freedom than has ever been provided by any society previously.


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PostSubject: Re: Global Warming currency.   Wed 17 Feb 2010, 12:06 am

What would happen if one or more countries on the Continent refused to join the Technate?

If necessary, the United States, being the most industrialized country on the Continent, could operate a limited Technate without participation from other areas, though it would be far from as satisfactory as if all countries joined in. It must be borne in mind that there would be no compulsion on other countries of North America to join the Technate, but it is doubtful whether any would choose to remain aloof when the very obvious advantage of joining it became apparent.


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PostSubject: Re: Global Warming currency.   Wed 17 Feb 2010, 12:17 am

How would a Technocracy society select its leaders?

How long would these leaders hold office?
Leaders would be selected in much the same way that industry now selects its supervisory staff in the technical phases. This is called the vertical alignment method of promotion, and involves recommendation from below on the basis of competence and recommendation from above.
In the Technate, supervisory personnel would ascend through their respective Functional Sequences on the basis of demonstrated competence, reaching whatever plateaus of accomplishment their abilities allowed. The most competent would become Sequence Directors, and would represent their Sequences on the Continental Control where they would coordinate the work of all Sequences to achieve maximum efficiency. Their chairman would be the Continental Director, elected by them to that position because there would be no one higher than him to appoint him to the role.

These leaders would hold once either until retirement at age 45, or until replaced by someone else from within their Sequences for sufficient reason. The Continental Director, elected by a two-thirds majority vote of the Continental Control, would serve in that capacity until retirement unless earlier removed by the Board through a similar vote.


So they would have a board huh. Who elects the board?

Please take the time to read all the FAQs as they do cast a SPELL on what their answers are to the questions.
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PostSubject: Re: Global Warming currency.   Wed 17 Feb 2010, 11:58 am

Silent Wind wrote:
If this isnt one of the biggest pieces of filfth I have ever read. The website has all kinds of filfth do gooder sounding tripe, more than I care to read. I wish there was a post board on the website. Complete Totalitarianism is the shit this site is spewing with a tone of self righteousness, able to care for all.
Once you have embraced insanity as a workable principle, there is no limit to where you'll end up, so why should we be surprised by anything these fools propose or plan?

"Alice in Wonderland" is probably a place of shining rationality by comparison with their visions...it is a terrible thing to contemplate. Sad
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