Interview 1433 – Patrick Wood on the Hard Road to World Order

by | Apr 3, 2019 | Interviews | 30 comments

Author and researcher Patrick Wood joins us to discuss his latest book, Technocracy: The Hard Road to World Order.

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Technocracy: The Hard Road to World Order

Previous Patrick Wood Interviews

How/Why Big Oil Conquered The World

Patrick Wood Exposes the “Resource-Based Economy”

What Is Sustainable Development?

The Hard Road to World Order

Analysis: The Benefits Of Technocracy In China

Made in China: The Revenge of the Nerds

Earth Dollar

Episode 328 – The Bitcoin Psyop


  1. Nice work here, I hope you get payed,deservedly so, in fun time later on, a quid pro quo currency exchange kinda thing.

    I can’t help but think of the clash of ideologies between J.P.Morgan and Nicola Tesla . One man wanting to chain humanity to energy and the other wanting to free man from energy . Technocracy certainly falls in the Morgan camp and fails in the Tesla camp.

    • I agree.
      This interview adds a synopsis clarity into the issue of Technocracy.
      I see it as a good introduction to the topic.

  2. I like that, ‘free humans should have their own agenda as well.’ The move toward hive mind seems inexorable. Hopefully such a scenario can be kept at arms length. Thought I’d share this link by submedia, a vid called ‘Quiet Storm: Technology & Social Control.’

    • I think it is a good idea and I’m certainly interested in getting involved.

      I’m probably in a similar boat, I have not had the resources to implement the ideas I have had.

      However when it comes to open source, even publicly publishing a white paper about the idea has value. The white paper becomes prior art and prevents corporations from patenting the idea just to sit on it and block others from using the technology.

      A while back I had an idea for building an end to end encryption device into a standard computer keyboard in a way that even if the host computer contained spyware there would be no way an encrypted messaged could be intercepted.

      Trouble was that I discovered that Microsoft had patented a very similar idea a couple of years before. I am not aware of them ever commercialising the idea despite being in the keyboard business themselves. I suspect they just wanted to block others from implementing it. There are reasons why Windows is so insecure, and they don’t want others to “fix” it.

  3. “HARD” as a word can mean very different things in different circumstances:
    1. Hard = Difficult (That’s really only your OWN choice to make)
    2. Hard = Impenetrable (Emotionally, that’s your fault too, or partly, and has so many diverse interpretations that I won’t even follow that track).
    3. Hard = Firm and useful (Probably the most encountered form). Think!
    4. Hard = “unconquerable”… Who told YOU that? Probably while YOU are here.
    Much, but not ALL truth here on Corbett Report, but quite enough to ‘point YOU in the RIGHT direction”.
    Isn’t that ENOUGH???

  4. Coincidently…
    Bitcoin April 3, 2019
    Recently this week, Bitcoin in U.S. dollars has suddenly spiked (from around $4,200 to $5,200, more or less).

    As I type this…
    In “Dollars” this ratio is about a 25% increase for April 3rd. Up around $1,000 or $1,100.
    However, in many other currencies, the ratio is around 5% or 6%.

    GRAPH (scroll below for comparative currencies)

    • Is this the reason why Bitcoin’s price spiked?

      The world’s most popular cryptocurrency enjoyed an unexpected spike in value this week, rocketing $1,000 to break through $5,000 – a figure untroubled for several months…

      …Analysts across the globe have been left scratching their heads over the sudden rise and sustained value, but the boss of a London blockchain investment company believes the answer lies in a technical alteration to BTC coming early next summer.

      Bitcoin is being lined up for a ‘halving’ in May 2020 – a phenomenon which will see crypto miners earning fewer Bitcoins per block mined (a facet of the blockchain technology which underpins cryptocurrency).

      After the halving, miners will only recover 900 BTC per day rather than the current 1,800. This means the demand for the daily Bitcoin supply will rise substantially.

      This, believes George McDonaugh, is the driving factor behind Bitcoin’s current elevated path…

      …“First is that the rally has cleared out a considerable resistance of sell orders just above the $4,200 level, which has led to a short squeeze on the bears, compounding the recent rally.

      “Secondly, we are just over 400 days away from the next Bitcoin halving at the end of May 2020, and history has shown that this event is followed by a rally in the price of Bitcoin – it is still some way off, but investors look to be getting into position early in case history repeats itself.”

  5. Mbp, that’s just the kind of research I need at this very moment. A friend of mine who has been trying for years to help the Karen ethnics keep their ancestral land in Burma is worried about the constantly ramped-up, ever-more-aggressive incursions into the ethnics’ resource-rich territory by not only the Burmese government (read: military) but also by the Chinese (and, of course, by international corporations). So I offered to send him some facts about the behind-the-scenes influence the NWO has had on China for years as well as some facts about China’s more recent (well, long-time hidden) embrace of technocracy.

    So, mbp, whatever you can dredge up in your research on these topics — whatever links you find to articles and audios/videos — would be most appreciated. Thank you!

    • CQ: You might find what your looking for at;

      Most despicable of NGOs . Its never what it appears to be on the surface. Inquire into Norman Borlaug. Timber, Coffee ect. And the champion of green Al Gore.

      • Thanks, gbw. Borlaug rings a bell. Checked out various pages of the Winrock site. While most of us who’ve been reading/listening to Corbett a few years know enough to see through its propaganda, I don’t think my friend would understand what’s going on beneath the slick veneer. I need an expert on Rock/Sino relations, an equivalent of Patrick Wood, to decipher it for my friend. (And for me!)

        Story: When “An Inconvenient Truth” came out in 2006, I stood in line outside a small arts theater with my animal activist friends to watch it. We were all suitably horrified by what we saw–and had full respect for Gore (except that back then he still ate animals, so we pleaded with him to stop!). Talk about naive. Hard to believe I’ve come so far since then, though, sadly, most of my vegan friends have remained mired in the quicksand of AGW.

        • CQ; ask ten friends if they want to venture out and confront the horrors of reality and if your lucky one will have the right stuff to leave the DisneyLand of princes and princesses and dragons and good thoughts and warm feelings. The NGOs are as Sen. Norman Dodd claimed.
          Check out WESTool and its origins and uses. Adding and abetting the enemy of humanity in promoting the tyranny of technocracy.
          It gets ugly fast.

          • gbw, found it:

            It looks positively wonderful. Aiding and abetting the enemy, you say? But how could that be?

            These days the wolves have had such picture-perfect makeovers that they look IDENTICAL to their sheep prey, don’t they? It’s like they are clones.

            Seems like the high-tech capabilities of the technocrats has become so advanced that pure evil (the mentality of the “elites” underwriting them) has never before been disguised so perfectly to look like pure good.

            • CQ: thats funny and accurate, however they don’t try to hide it all that much. That’s why they have a Project Officer instead of a manager. OFFICER ! you know, their ego outs them everytime. This is not a bunch of nice nerds. They are CIA/military tecno-Nazi thugs tied to the decision makers at the top who control all the wealth in reserve resources. This is what Corbett and Woods are telling us about and you have described it beautifully in a much funnier way.

            • gbw: I’ve run out of “reply” room. Just wanna say that your identifying the meaning of the word “OFFICER” is spot-on. Thank you! I like your description of these not-so-nice nerds, too.

              p.s. The editor in me shrinks in terror at a typo in my previous comment: “Seems like the high-tech capabilities of the technocrats HAVE become . . . .” I mean, what good is the five minutes of editing leeway that James gives us if I don’t use it, huh?

          • I have to borrow from H.J. Hatfield’s book ” Fortunate Son”. It illustrates technocracy’s virtue from what you may read from WinRock / WESTool’s own propaganda.
            ” It is easier to pretend to be what you are not than to hide what you really are; but he that can accomplish both has little to learn in hypocrisy.”
            Charles Caleb Colton, Lacon-1825.

            And from WinRock…
            ” WinRock foresees a wellspring of WESTools- A future where those who know development and those who know technology come together to help others find their way.”

            This is the good shepherding that leads the poor animals to slaughter.

            • Not familiar with C. C. Colton, gbw, but that sure is one apt aphorism! Are you saying Hatfield quoted Colton in “Fortunate Son”? I found it at under Colton’s name with this end note: (1823). “Remarks on the Talents of Lord Byron and the Tendencies of Don Juan,” p.150.

              Your remark about hypocritical WinRock/WESTool being a “good” shepherd, gbw, brings to mind not only the hireling parable but also this passage (by our mutual friend MBE) about false love: “The so-called affection pursuing its victim is a butcher fattening the lamb to slay it.”

              Elsewhere MBE refers to “a lamb that licked the hand just raised to shed its blood;….” Does that sad imagery not portray the intentions of the Rock & Roth benefactors? Does it not betray them as being, beneath their alluring disguises, devourers?

      • Come to think of it, gbw, the site doesn’t expose the underbelly, either, does it? I need a Douglas Valentine-type who has already done that slogging through the muck!

    • Tonight I found what feels like the best answer yet to my own question (above) about how China has been influenced for years behind the scenes by Western powers:

      It’s Patrick Wood’s 4.26.19 Technocracy News and Trends newsletter:

      Wood also has a 26-minute podcast on the same subject:

      These two links are what I’ll send to my friend who has been watching China make incursions on Burma/Myanmar, in particular on the resource-rich land owned for generations by the peoples of that country’s independent ethnic states.

      And, gbw, I’ll also send him the Winrock/WESTool info you gave me, for which I thank you.

  6. Hmmm, I edited and saved my comment before time expired, but for some reason the edits didn’t go into effect. What I added was a point about technocracy in China — that it’s not really recent, it’s just been hidden for a long time, as the Patrick Wood quote you cite makes clear, mbp.

    • April 3, 2019

      IBM artificial intelligence can predict with 95% accuracy which workers are about to quit their jobs

      IBM artificial intelligence can predict which employees will leave a job with 95 percent accuracy.
      IBM CEO Ginni Rometty says methods used in the traditional human resources model are failing American workers and need assistance from machine learning.
      AI, which has replaced 30 percent of IBM’s HR staff, can help employees identify new skills training, education, job promotions and raises.

      …During Rometty’s seven-year tenure as CEO, IBM IBM has been improving its AI work devoted to the retention of its employees.

      “The best time to get to an employee is before they go,” she said.

      IBM HR has a patent for its “predictive attrition program” which was developed with Watson to predict employee flight risk and prescribe actions for managers to engage employees. Rometty would not explain “the secret sauce” that allowed the AI to work so effectively in identifying workers about to jump (officially, IBM said the predictions are now in the 95 percent accuracy “range”). Rometty would only say that its success comes through analyzing many data points.

      “It took time to convince company management it was accurate,” Rometty said, but the AI has so far saved IBM nearly $300 million in retention costs, she claimed. At present, the retention tool is only offered internally…

      … “I expect AI will change 100 percent of jobs in the next five to 10 years ,” the IBM CEO said…

      …IBM’s bet is that the future of work is one in which a machine understands the individual better than the HR individual can alone…

      …”It is at the individual level. You have to know the individual. Skills are your renewable asset, and you need to treat them like that,” Rometty said.

      (That last paragraph hit my grin-smirk reflexes.)

      • 😉
        Ha!…I hear ya. Go figure on that one.
        The silliness of it all is becoming Biblical.
        Like you said, “The meek shall inherit the Earth Dollar?”

  7. Great interview, James. (Gott’a say–To me, Woods looks like a grown-up version of the kid from ‘The Christmas Story’–sweet face.)

    I was surprised that Woods confirmed the possibility of something I had thought years ago at a time when I was attempting to understand how Bitcoin, the blockchain and cryptocurrency operated. I intuited then that blockchain technology would be highjacked by the NWO controllers to be used as a centralized world currency–somehow. Exactly how I didn’t know. After doing some digging it appeared to me that the elites were hard at work formulating a sideways move that avoided major opposition in doing just that–usurping the current world currencies. (China discussion was interesting on this note.)

    At the time, I was simply trying to understand it all by feeling my way toward the typical and expected evil conclusion(s) of the elitists’ agendas. Interesting to hear Wood’s concepts on the possibility.

  8. What a brilliant line — and lie! It upends that beautiful (and true) Beatitude!

    Welcome to TRC comments, Qno, from another “Q” — CQ.

  9. Have come to the conclusion Technocracy is using Uranium as money because of its extremely high energy content. Follow the Uranium might be at least as good as follow the money to see what NWO doing.

  10. Important new report:

    “Geo-Economics and Geo-Politics Drive Successive Eras of Predatory Globalization and Social Engineering: Historical emergence of climate change, gender equity, and anti-racism as State doctrines.” by Denis Rancourt

    Also, the next two pieces of the investigation into Extinction Rebellion have now been released:

  11. What a study in contrasts. Both of these appeared yesterday in my inbox — the first (with two links) from Technocracy News, the second from Global Research:

    Podcast by Patrick Wood:

    . . . and accompanying article by Tyler Durden:


    Article by Andre Vltchek:

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