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An allied question: do elites plan to supersede Nature with a technocratic, synthetic substitute?

I believe the answer to both questions is yes.

And at the core, this plan is based on the premise that humans are simply a group species, a mass, a biological eruption that occurred on Earth at some point in the past, like fleas or ants.

One human is of no importance to elites. The human race, as if animals in a lab destined for torture and experimentation, can be changed, added to, subtracted from, right down to their DNA, and all the way up to their brains.

The outcome would be “better humans.” The meaning of better is “controllable.” Not merely controllable here and there, now and then, but always and all the time. Exactly as machines are controllable.

Introduce genetic alteration into all species of life. Plants and animals. If GMO science is unpredictable and harmful, when it comes to food crops, oh well, try a different pattern of genetic insertion and see what that brings. It’s all an experiment, and eventually, something better will come of it.

If drilling down into the earth and injecting chemicals, to bring up fuel for civilization results in mass poisoning and unpredictable cracks in the planet, or if nuclear power plants leak and spew radiation all over the world, or if seeding the sky with chemicals and metals ends up debilitating populations, or if drugging the inhabitants of the planet with medicines kill millions of people every year…so be it. Just another glitch or two in The Experiment.

There is no such thing as “a human being” or “a tiger” or “a rose.” There are only mass species that roil and struggle to survive, and those species can be changed.

As a physicist at Livermore Labs blithely told PR chief Bill Perry, in the 1980s, when Perry asked him why he needed more research funding for hydrogen bombs, “You don’t understand, Bill, this is a physics and math problem.”

What’s called transhumanism is the overall effort to improve on Nature by trying out numerous recombinations and innovations.

“Let’s assume we can hook up a human brain to a giant artificial brain (computer) and thus create a superhuman. Then let’s do it, because, what difference does it make? We can keep trying it with different experimental parameters and see what comes of it. After all, we have lots of brains and they’re all disposable.”

As I’ve written before, and will continue to write: this Grand Experiment, in all its aspects, is the obvious outcome of Philosophic Materialism.

That philosophy, whether stated completely or merely implied, holds that all life is biological and chemical, there is nothing else, there is only the ocean of lifeless particles flowing through the universe.

There is no such thing as freedom, there is no such thing as consciousness, there is no such thing as imagination. These are ideas born from delusion fostered in the brain, and the brain must be reprogrammed to operate more effectively.

People perceive they have problems and troubles? That’s a brain defect. Try out a hundred, a thousand new (toxic) medicines, change DNA a thousand different ways, rewire the synapses, beam electromagnetic impulses into the brain. Sooner or later, humans will stop thinking they have problems, and therefore, they’ll be content, regardless of external circumstances.

This is the goal. Reprogram the human race to achieve overall mediocre contentment, regardless of what is happening in the world.

Great joy? Ecstasy? Freedom? Resistance? Surpassing love? The power to create truly majestic futures?

Wipe them all out. Those are the impediments to progress.

But…

There is a joker in the deck. The wild card.

And that wild card isn’t, to begin with, “the mass of humanity.”

It’s you.

What you can discover in yourself, what is always there, waiting, what you were born with and what you will be born with again. The imagination to create something different and the power to make it happen in the world.

All the propaganda on Earth can’t dissolve that—not even the propaganda you invent to limit and define yourself.

No, I’m not talking New Age rainbows here. I’m talking rock-bottom power, from which many flee, armed with an endless supply of excuses and rationalizations.

Power.

It never goes away, like it or not.

This is the real nightmare. Not goblins and monsters.

The real nightmare is that, underneath the nice and accommodating surface of social performance, that creative power is sitting and waiting for you to call it up, to enlist it, to use it, to throw off this planet-of-control and reinstate life-force to its prime position.

And in their own way, the elites are aware of that.

That’s why they spend trillions to install transhumanism. That’s why they’ve been working ceaselessly, since the dawn of time on this world, to make mind control pay off.

That’s why, at night, they dream of you. You, awake at last, seeing things as they are, beyond the material, beyond the slogans of the day, riding at them and beyond them with full power.

Jon Rappoport

The author of two explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED and EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free emails at www.nomorefakenews.com

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3 Responses to “Is indifference and hostility to life a leadership requirement?”

  1. nedlud says:

    The so-called ‘leaders’ of ‘certified (certifiable) organic’ are part of this. The Maria Rodales, the Michael Pollans, the George Siemons, are all of part of this. So too it is, with the sustainable ag crowd: the Wendell Berrys and Wes Jacksons and so on.

    In some cases, they are or represent what-we-call controlled opposition. Opposition, which exsists only in superficial voice and appearance, in order to fool others and even thmeselves. Do you think Wendell Berry believes he is supporting corporatism, even when he is? Do you think he believes he is hypocritical, even when he is? He is an expert sophist, an expert with nice sounding language.

    In some cases, these ‘organicists’ and sustainablists (professors and others) are not even that. They are totally blatant in their disregard for life and their willingness to lie unceasingly. They don’t care….

    I have even had problems with Jon Rappoport but he seems to have come around. I now support him again, for the most part.

    ned

  2. irene says:

    Would you take a chip if it extended your life 300+ years?
    Would you sell out every human on this planet just to be one of the few to live that extra 300 years? The chip sounds pretty good if it gives someone almost eternal life and free money.

  3. Barbara Talbert says:

    There is no doubt that the current scientific situation is out of control. The attitude of “anything for science, and the consequences be damned” pervades and influences anything and everything, even music and entertainment. That a human being has dignity, nobility and value is fast going by the wayside except with the ordinary man. There is a creator and no doubt he is not very happy with the human race right now but he is the one with the power. Pray.