Authors: Paul and Phillip Collins. “This examination includes: (1.) The occult Origins of Darwinism. (2.) Nominalism and radical empiricism as instruments of epistemological manipulation. (3.) Eugenics and population control. (4.) Scientistic cults and religious engineering. (5.) Echelon, PROMIS software, and other technologies of the Panopticon Singularity. (6.) Neoconservativism as a continuation of Technocracy and Jacobinism. (7.) Transhumanism, Singularitarianism, and other futurist variants of the elite’s occult religion. (8.) The unfolding endgame between scientific dictatorships
Many of us are familiar with U.S. president Dwight D. Eisenhower’s farewell speech to the nation on January 17, 1961, in which he warned the American public to “guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence” of the “military-industrial complex.” A less known quote from the same speech sets the tone for the Collins brothers’ incredibly erudite tome: “… we must also be alert to the equal and opposite danger that public policy could itself become the captive of a scientific-technological elite.”
This book discloses exactly who these technological elite (technocrats) are; that they’ve been working behind the scenes for centuries, and public policy has indeed become its captive. Its aspiration has always been the implementation of a sociopolitical, technocratic utopian world order.
The breadth and scope of Philip and Paul Collins’ massive study is nothing short of dazzling. “The Ascendancy of the Scientific Dictatorship” is a meticulous examination of a shared ideological construct centuries in the making. This elite circle of technocrats hasn’t simply carried forth a unified grand master plan, however; the Collins brothers stress the fact that what we are dealing with is a “conspiracy of ideas,” whose adherents have developed into a powerful “epistemological cartel.”
Reading “The Ascendancy of the Scientific Dictatorship” is to embark on an intellectual journey of the highest order. The Collins brothers effortlessly discuss a wide range of philosophical concepts, all of which are integral to understanding the thinking and development of those behind the formation of a would-be technocracy. There simply isn’t any other book that is even in the same league. “The Ascendancy of the Scientific Dictatorship” penetrates the core concepts of Gnosticism, Rosicrucian mythos, Baconian utopianism, Freemasonry and the Royal Society of London; from Darwinism to scientism, population control, eugenics and Malthusian propaganda; Jung, Hegel, Wells and Huxley; Fabian socialism, world government, evolutionary pantheism, and the deification of man. The reader is privy to the fact that there is genuine continuity between Illuminism, Jacobinism, Socialism, and Marxism; that the dialectical manipulation of society is symptomatic of “the Hegelian nexus where Darwin, Marx, and Hitler intersect.” The Collins brothers are equally at ease with diverse concepts such as Bentham’s Panopticon, sociocracy, semiotic manipulation, “sci-fi predictive programming,” transhumanism and the techno-eugenic movement – and the implications thereof. Other books that have attempted only a fraction of what is discussed in this book seem haphazard in comparison.
I highly doubt it is even possible to convey the scope of the book in a simple review: with the range of topics discussed, along with judicious quotations from a dizzying array of sources – the breadth of “The Ascendancy of the Scientific Dictatorship” is simply mind-numbing. This book is the definitive statement identifying the significance behind the political concept of a New World Order. “Worth its weight in gold” really does apply in this case – and, of course, as is customary with such scholarly endeavors, the bibliography is worth the price alone.” —Worldview blog