Tagged ‘technology’

Save Us From Freedom!

-People want to create robots so they can be led by them-

Freedom once meant something significant for mankind. It meant ceasing to be suppressed and imprisoned by forces that endeavour to control one. The word ‘freedom’ conjured a sense of what it means, at least to some degree, to be master of one’s destiny.

No longer, For many, the new freedom has almost exactly the opposite meaning. Now freedom seems to be associated with having someone or something doing one’s thinking for one; making decisions that one ‘can’t be bothered ‘or doesn’t want to make – and ultimately completely relieving one from responsibility for taking any form of action other than that which enriches one’s pocket and/or one’s narcissist fantasies. (more…)

The Anatomy of Cyborg Man

‘Overcoming the Mechanistic Mind’

In ‘The Transhumanist Singularity – The Ultimate Escapism’, I attempted to address the supposedly imminent take-over of humanity by a computer controlled technology designed by people who have usurped their free will to that of a machine.
It became evident in researching the background to the Transhumanist agenda, that not only ‘eugenics’ but also ‘reductivism’ – the reducing of all human life to a gene – is a central component of the techno anti-life blueprint.
I am thankful for William Engdahl in pointing out that after World War Two and the horrors of Auschwitz , the term ‘eugenics’ acquired a bad reputation, so the name was changed to ‘genetics’: which, as in reductivism, is about the reducing of human life to a gene. This enables genetic engineers to manipulate the expression of that gene so that it becomes dominant and takes complete control over other life forms. (more…)

Transhumanist Bankers Plan Robotic Future

“In the Future – Nature and Technology Will Work as One”

International airports in Britain greet arrivals and departures with the letters ‘HSBC’ and the words “The World’s Bank” plastered boldly over plane docking bays and passenger corridors. For those not in the know HSBC is “A British multinational banking and financial services organisation headquartered in London, England.” It is “One of the largest banking and financial services institutions in the world, servicing around fifty eight million customers through four Global Businesses.”

Now the thing about HSBC is that it is interested in more than just banking (in common with most others) and it believes that it has ‘seen the future’. (more…)