Source: Technocratic Tyranny
SYSTEMS OF GOVERNMENT
April 5, 2018
In 1993, when Bill Clinton and Al Gore took office, they came in with a mission to “reinvent government” using the capabilities of the Internet. The purpose of this website is to document how the systems were changed, who changed them and how they changed our form of government at the operational level. The effect of the redesign is that from the external point of view, the government seems the same as it always was – but in operation, our government has become a totalitarian system of communist state capitalism – government partnership with corporations with corporations being in the power position.
Computer systems are management and control systems. A nationwide computer system designed to provide access to information from the smallest school district in a rural area by a federal or international system effectively builds a communist control system. Why? Because the information required and the form of that information must all be standardized. That establishes a dictatorial system of control. Adding federal money and federal programs with the capability to access local information constitutes the centralization of power and control. It also creates a system of dependency. Once a function of government is taken over by an outside entity – regardless of the form of the entity (i.e. another government agency, a private sector contractor, an international governing body, etc.) it’s very, very difficult to regain control of it. In effect, it is transferring power and control to the outside entity and once power is relinquished, it is very difficult to restore it to its rightful and legitimate owner.
The redesign of government systems was done by the large technology companies along with the National Academy of Public Administration. David Osborne was Al Gore’s Senior Adviser on the Project to Reinvent Government. The project was expanded to form an Alliance for Redesigning Government. The Alliance was international. In 1994, a meeting of the Commonwealth Association for Public Administration and Management (CAPAM) was held in Charlotte on Prince Edward Island, Canada. It was the first meeting of the 51 nations of the Commonwealth of Nations. The Commonwealth of Nations – formerly named the British Commonwealth is effectively the British Empire. The United Kingdom Foreign Secretary is still the head of the Commonwealth.
They did change the paradigm of government – collectivizing functions at an international level. What should have been obvious and I believe was obvious is that what they were doing was collectivization at the international level – transferring the sovereignty of the participating nations to the manager of the collectivized systems. It would seem that SERCO was the organization designated to be the global manager of systems.
Article in The Guardian: SERCO: The Company that is Running Britain
The mandates for access to information, the form of that information and the use of that information all occurs at the Administrative level of government – hidden from the public and for the most part, never in the news unless something goes horribly wrong – like a hacking episode. The people who are employed within the administrative layers of government might object to the system but are basically powerless to do anything about it. That’s the nature of a bureaucracy and especially when it involves secrecy.
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The debate here, if it can be called a “debate”, actually centers around who manages a country – a national government versus a regional management organization: