The agenda of transhumanism has been developing for quite a few years. I have followed the topic and connected its dots for several years. Related dots are found in nearly every part of our culture. When it reared its ugly head again in the Chinese Coronavirus plandemic I figured it was time to write about it.
And, to be perfectly honest with you, it’s been pretty overwhelming for me. This topic cover some pretty esoteric and speculative science fiction ideas that are hard to comprehend for the average person.
Some might say, it will never happen… but I’m here to report to you it’s already happening.
What is Transhumanism?
Wikipedia tells us “transhumanism is a philosophical movement that advocates for the transformation of the human condition by developing and making widely available sophisticated technologies able to greatly modify or enhance human intellect and physiology.”
Transhumanism is more than a “philosophical movement”, it’s an international, intellectual and progressive belief that society must move towards a more Utopian society by way of reform and change. It intends to use genetics, robotics, artificial intelligence, and nanotechnology as tools that will radically redesign our minds, our memories, our physiology, our offspring, and even perhaps—as Joel Garreau in his best-selling book, Radical Evolution, claims—our very souls.
Transhumanism: Should We Merge With Machines?
Perhaps the main face of the movement is the American inventor Ray Kurzweil who has recently been on a massive PR campaign to promote what he calls “Singularity”. In February 2009, Kurzweil collaborated with Google and the NASA Ames Research Center, to create the Singularity University training center for corporate executives and government officials.
As I research transhumanism I am reminded of the Nazi eugenics program to create a “master race” and Friedrich Nietzsche’s philosophy of the Übermensch. There are some very dangerous ideas in the transhumanism movement that could affect us in the future: enforced population control, genetic control of the population, mind control, genetically selected elites, and the cultural Marxist goals of the destruction of the family, destruction of the social traditions, and dehumanization on an industrial scale.
The idea of the merging of humans and robots is nothing new. The public has been predicatively programmed for years to accept the technology and it is being abundantly promoted in music videos, movies and video games. Millions have embraced wearable and implantable technology as a life extension (pacemakers, continuous glucose monitors, Fitbits, etc.).
It’s not a conspiracy theory either… it’s displayed in granite on the Georgia Guidestones. It’s articulated and promoted in the writings of the globalist World Economic Forum and especially the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Speaking to an elite audience at Devos in 2020 the Israeli historian and author, Yuval Noah Harari, forecast a future of algorithms and technology that could see us transformed into “super-humans” with godlike qualities. “In the coming decades, AI and biotechnology will give us godlike abilities to reengineer life, and even to create completely new life-forms. After four billion years of organic life shaped by natural selection, we are about to enter a new era of inorganic life shaped by intelligent design. Our intelligent design is going to be the new driving force of the evolution of life and in using our new divine powers of creation we might make mistakes on a cosmic scale.”
Transhumanism and the Fourth Industrial Revolution is being sold to the public (that are even aware of it) as a life enhancement that will make life better. But, there is much the public is NOT told. It’s also a spiritual movement that denies God and places man at the center of a satanic inspired new world order. It assumes evolution and suggests “directed evolution” is superior to natural selection.
Just as the Industrial Revolution created the working class, AI and automation could create a “global useless class.”
“Whereas in the past human had to struggle against exploitation, in the twenty-first century the really big struggle will be against irrelevance,” Harari said. “Those who fail in the struggle against irrelevance would constitute a new “useless class” – people who are useless not from the viewpoint of their friends and family, but useless from the viewpoint of the economic and political system. And this useless class will be separated by an ever-growing gap from the ever more powerful elite.”
What do you suppose the elites would do with this emerging useless class?
Big Data Industrial Complex
Google recently teamed up with the Pentagon as part of the new, AI-driven “Predictive Health” program. Though only focused on “predictive cancer diagnoses” for now, Google and the military have apparent plans to expand the AI model for automating and predicting Covid-19 diagnoses.
Defense Innovation Unit chief medical officer, Niels Olsen, who created the Predictive Health program, recently stated that massive quantities of data planned to be obtained by the program and used for developing improved AI algorithms was a critical component of the project.
Surveillance technology that seemed science-fiction 10 years ago is today old news. From the 1946 comic book creation of Dick Tracy’s two-way wrist radio to today’s Apple Watch… what once was just an idea becomes reality.
Amazon introduced a wristband for health and fitness tracking called Halo, alongside a subscription service and smartphone app. The space is currently dominated by the Apple Watch and devices from Fitbit. Amazon’s Halo product builds on these older fitness tracking devices with features that have never been seen in a mainstream wearable device, including one that tracks a user’s emotional state by listening to the tone of their voice, and another that provides a three-dimensional rendering of their body with an estimated body fat percentage. [CNBC]
Consider the possibility that some day every citizen wears a bio-metric bracelet that monitors body temperature, blood pressure, and heart-rate 24 hours a day. The resulting data is continuously transmitted via 5G to be analyzed by corporate and government algorithms. The algorithms will know that you are sick even before you know it, and they will also know where you have been, and who you have met.
Combined with other surveillance technologies, what links you click on, what videos you watch, and what comments you post in social media can all be tracked. When this data is combined with monitoring your body temperature, blood pressure and heart-rate as you do these things, they can learn what makes you laugh, what makes you cry, and what makes you really, really angry. Using AI algorithms, the recipients of this data can learn about your political views, religious views, and even perhaps your personality.
Yuval Noah Harari told the audience at Davos, “This danger can be stated in the form of a simple equation, which I think might be the defining equation of life in the twenty-first century:
B x C x D = AHH!
“Which means? Biological knowledge multiplied by computing power multiplied by data equals the ability to hack humans, ahh.
“If you know enough biology and have enough computing power and data, you can hack my body and my brain and my life, and you can understand me better than I understand myself. You can know my personality type, my political views, my sexual preferences, my mental weaknesses, my deepest fears and hopes. You know more about me than I know about myself. And you can do that not just to me, but to everyone.
“A system that understands us better than we understand ourselves can predict our feelings and decisions, can manipulate our feelings and decisions, and can ultimately make decisions for us.
“We humans should get used to the idea that we are no longer mysterious souls – we are now hackable animals. That’s what we are.”
When corporations and governments start harvesting our biometric data en masse and I.T. processing is improved, they can get to know us far better than we know ourselves, and they can then not just predict our feelings but also manipulate our feelings and sell us anything they want — be it a product or a politician. Donald Trump used a primitive form of this technology provided by Cambridge Analytica in his 2016 Presidential bid.
Imagine the day when every citizen has to wear a biometric bracelet 24 hours a day.
In the coming years and decades we may face individual discrimination based on a good assessment on who you are. Predictive health models may deny you health care or even declare you should be euthanized. If you listen to a speech by the current leader/dictator and your tracking bracelet picks up the tell-tale signs of anger, you are done for. If algorithms employed by a company look up your Facebook profile or DNA, trawl through school and professional records, perhaps you can be denied employment. Perhaps your bracelet discloses you are not meeting your assigned health goal and you’re denied essential economic services until you comply. You won’t be able to do anything about it, and if you inquire as to the reason you’re being singled out, the answer you may receive is “because the computer says so.” And, who’s to argue with the science, right?
While I and many others will never voluntarily embrace these privacy invasive wearable technologies being sold as “improving health”, some will. For when people are given a choice between privacy and health, they will usually choose health. And, your children and grandchildren will likely accept this brave new world as “normal”, it’s the only world they know.
It’s not too difficult to see the day when the population all connected to the “cloud” via 6G will have their daily biometic lives tracked, scored, and traced with their planned predictive health programs. I’ve written elsewhere about health passports where your access to public facilities and ability to travel can be controlled by these technocrats. You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to see how this technology will also be used to determine your health insurance eligibility.
The environmental component of transhumanism.
Woven throughout the fabric of transhumanism is the environmental belief that humankind is nothing more than a virus destroying our planet that needs to be eradicated.