The definition of transhumanism is “the belief or theory that the human race can evolve beyond its current physical and mental limitations, especially by means of science and technology”. Today a major push is on to transform the human race into something that it is not meant to be. We will examine transhumanism and its goals.
A day does not go by that we don’t hear about how the human race must be changed for the better. It must be said however that the changes our zookeepers plan to implement will, if successful, eliminate plain old humans as a species, in preference to something else.
The idea of transhumanism dates back to the 1930’s, and not necessarily in Germany. Thus, it predates our modern technology. It’s just that the times have changed, and AI technology is a big part of the transhumanist agenda. (1)
One of the earliest transhumanists was a man few have ever heard of, Edward Bernays. He was an immigrant from Austria who is considered the father of public relations. In reality he was a propagandist. (2) Bernays was a big admirer of Dr. Sigmund Freud, who he called “Uncle Sigi”. He pushed for things like women smoking in public and the bacon and eggs breakfast being healthy. He believed in elitism and a ruling class to control the sheeple.
Author and transhumanist Aldous Huxley envisioned a world where the population was under total control and divided into groups. In his novel Brave New World, Huxley envisioned a system where people were designed from birth to fit into several groups, each of which had roles to play in society. The Alphas, for example, were there to rule over the others. The Epsilons were there strictly for menial labor. (3)
You might say that Huxley was a visionary as well. Some of the things that were predicted in his novel have certainly come true, from rampant sexuality to an elite ruling class. Author Yuval Noah Harari, who is a follower of the World Economic forum’s Klaus Schwab, warned that humans are now “hackable animals”. With the human genome having been resolved there certainly is reason to justify this point of view (4,5). Armed with CRISPR, a potent gene editing tool, it’s conceivable that humanity can be changed and edited, like a computer program. (6)
Belief in God and religion is one of the precepts of the transhumanist agenda. Indeed, the destruction of Christianity and Judeo-Christian beliefs is a necessary part of the transhumanist agenda. Dr. Miklos Lukacs de Pereny said at a recent summit on COVID-19 that the Great Reset has as an integral part of it, a redesigned other than human species. Like in Huxley’s novel, there will be a ruling class of elitists. He is on record as saying that the so-called pandemic “just another social engineering project deliberately planned and implemented by predatory meta capitalism to achieve the ultimate end: redefining and reconfiguring the human nature and condition”. (7) The experimentation on the human race became apparent with the lockdowns, face masks and such.
One revolting cornerstone of transhumanism is the deliberate efforts of the transhumanists to change children into something that they are not. The trans sexualization of children is a part of another agenda which I have contended for years is the alteration of the human race into an androgynous species. In schools today children are being encouraged by the transhumanists into “changing their sex”. (8) The transhumanists have even infiltrated local school boards! Perhaps at a future time we can look at the push for an androgynous species.
To look at transhumanism is also to look at the future. Yuval Noah Hariri, from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in Israel, has said that in the next 200 years, we will merge with our technology to the point we will no longer be humans, but rather cyborgs. (9) That is the point of transhumanism– changing us into something that we were never meant to be. Maybe Gene Roddenberry’s vision of the “Borg” is the future of the human race. (10) It’s obvious that our zookeepers are not content with our being a normal biological species. They want to change us. It’s about control and subservience. It’s about the rulers and the ruled.