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    "Ye shall be as God", or so the story goes. With Obama changing the Law, laboratories are now free to experiment without legal surveillance.

    Transhumanism was founded in the 1950s by top eugenicist Julian Huxley and the Rockefeller Foundation, as a new brand name for the pseudoscience of Eugenics. Its obsession for culling off the 'genetically inferior', while at the same time striving to promote dominance for the 'superior' had given Eugenics a bad name, particularly after the Nazi brand of Eugenics created the Holocaust, during WWII. Sadly, what most people didn't know at that time was that Nazi eugenics was merely the full-blown application of the principles that had been developed and were openly espoused by the British, French and American Eugenics Societies.

    So, Eugenics lived on, under many, heavily funded formats, one of them being Transhumanism. By and large, Transhumanism proposes to use applied science in the fields of genetics, robotics and others, to 'steer human evolution into the future'. A Transhumanist society will have, as its name implies, 'transcended humanity'. In such a society, human beings will have been replaced with hyper-efficient worker chimeras, bio-robotic warriors, and other purpose-made humanoid life forms.

    These stated goals must be tied in with the bigger picture into which Eugenics and Transhumanism fit into. These fields have never been limited to 'science' per se -- they've always been primarily political and economical, and they reflect a very particular view of the world.

    Under that view, the planet has limited resources, and technological advancement under free market systems cannot be trusted to overcome those limitations (one of the many Malthusian fallacies and myths) -- therefore, control must be exercised over the users of resources, to avoid any over-usage of those resources. To exercise that control, eugenicists believe they have to shut down development, and create an heavily regulated social and economic environment. In that controlled environment, those people who are alive must also be economically efficient -- i.e., produce more than they consume. So, on the one hand, the intelligentsia feels it needs to get rid of the 'wrong' sorts of people (the masses of 'unfit', 'unemployables', 'junk genes'), through techniques such as famine, abortion, sterilization, or euthanasia. On the other hand, the workers that will be allowed to go on into the future will have to be made into incrementally more 'efficient' humans -- which will eventually imply robotic add-ons and genetic-engineering.

    This is none other than the worldwide, dehumanized, hyper-efficient 'hive society', that was advocated by eugenicist Charles Galton Darwin in "The Next Million Years". Or, "Our Benevolent Feudalism", as eugenicist William J. Ghent put it, in his portrayal of the techno-fascist global society that, he said, would eventually be ushered in, using the combined power of finance and science. And, of course, it was also explained in romanticized form in the "Brave New World" of Aldous Huxley, who was none other than the brother of Transhumanism founder, Eugenics Society chairman, Julian Huxley.

    A neo-feudal, technocratic, new world order. That's what Eugenics and its offspring Transhumanism, strive for. A system under which you will not just lose your physical rights to independent living (and that is happening right now as this video plays), but you will also be engineered to lose your very soul. Since, as Charles Galton Darwin put it, you will be nothing more than a good worker, which includes being engineered to have the right beliefs, or no beliefs at all.

    That is the final and most serious note of mental and spiritual disease behind this incredibly selfish and hypocritical paradigm.

    And that is why it must be stopped.

    This interview was posted with the kind permission of talk show host and activist Alex Ansary. Visit and subscribe to his channel at http://www.youtube.com/alexansary/


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    A suggestion...maybe Bill Ryan should consider interviewing several people about his «discoveries» regarding this theme.

    The fact that Obama changed the legislation , allowing laboratories to investigate and manipulate genetics without legal supervision, should prove a good field of investigation.
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    Obama, Stem Cells, and the Rule of Law

    September 1, 2010

    During his inaugural address, President Obama pledged to "restore science to its rightful place."

    The comment was interpreted at the time as a not-so-subtle jab at his predecessor's policy approach to the issue of embryonic stem cell research (ESCR), and in March 2009 Mr. Obama confirmed this interpretation with an executive order overturning restrictions on federally-funded ESCR put in place by former-President Bush.

    But not everyone agrees with the President's vision of science's "rightful place," particularly when his pursuit of this vision involves undermining the rule of law and disregarding the sanctity of human life. Not surprisingly, therefore, the President's executive order was challenged in court, and this week, opponents of ESCR have a reason to celebrate.

    On August 23, 2010, federal Judge Royce Lamberth issued a temporary injunction against the President's order after concluding that it violates the plain language of the current federal law banning taxpayer funding of the destruction of human embryos for research purposes.

    In predictable hyperbolic fashion, critics of judge Lamberth's decision enjoining President Obama's executive order on ESCR are declaring that "the sky is falling."

    According to Sean Tipton at the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, the injunction "blocks important research on how to unlock the enormous potential of human embryonic stem cells," and "will be incredibly disruptive and once again drive the best scientific minds into work less likely to yield treatments for conditions from diabetes to spinal cord injury."

    Mr. Tipton ignores that fact that Mr. Obama's executive order flies in the face of a federal law known as the Dickey-Wicker Amendment, which has been in place since 1996 and which prohibits federal funding of research involving the creation or destruction of human embryos.

    This law went into effect because a majority of members of Congress rejected the "ends justifies the means" approach advocated by Mr. Tipton and others like him - people who are willing to throw off any ethical restraints in pursuit of so-called scientific endeavor.

    A proponent of the utilitarian "science without limits" approach to scientific investigation, the newly minted President tried to do an end run around the unambiguous law by redefining the word "research" to mean something other than its plain meaning and then authorizing this "research" by an executive order.

    The Obama administration, of course, wasted no time in announcing its plans to appeal the ruling.

    President Obama and his supporters in the scientific community argue that any impediment to ESCR is necessarily an impediment to the fight against terrible diseases and medical conditions.

    The potential of ESCR, they insist, is limitless and unprecedented.

    Failure to pursue this technology vigorously, then, would be to condemn countless individuals to needless suffering and death.

    Dig a little deeper, however, and it becomes immediately apparent that this position is not one based upon any kind of scientific evidence, but rather upon an ideological conviction that views the pursuit of scientific knowledge as a sacrosanct endeavor that should not be made subject to pedestrian ethical or moral constraints of any kind, period.

    Is this the philosophy of science that President Obama had in mind when he spoke of science's "proper place?"

    Is this why his executive order discontinued funding for alternatives to ESCR, alternatives that have proven more successful than the embryonic approach without any of the ethical controversy?

    Is this why he felt justified in manipulating the power of his office to override standing federal law? It's clear from the president's words and actions on this issue that the answer to all of the above is a resounding "yes."

    Unfortunately for Mr. Obama and his boutique constituency of scientific "experts," the American people have very strong views when it comes to issues dealing with the sanctity of human life, be it ESCR or abortion or euthanasia.

    And, thankfully, there are still some members of the Judiciary who have very strong views when it comes to abuse of executive authority.

    hese two factors, when combined, are likely to prove difficult to overcome, even for someone of Obama's notable political gifts.

    He just might have gotten away with it if it weren't for that pesky judge!

    Kudos to Judge Lamberth for exposing the President's executive order for what it really is: a thinly-veiled, ideologically motivated attempt at an end run around the Constitution.

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    Let us not forget that Nancy Reagan is a big fan of such research................

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    Default Re: TRANSHUMANISM Techno-eugenics Genetic Manipulation Man Animals

    Thanks, MariaDine for bringing up this topic, which I have never seen discussed on Avalon.

    To me, it is one of the most frightening aspects of the NWO... or what (future?) modern man will (is attempting!) attempt to do.

    Here is an article on military applications of transhumanism: Super Soldiers

    http://www.wired.com/dangerroom/2010...witch-included

    This article talks about chimeras (notice the date is 2004):

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn...2004Nov19.html

    I know that Tom Horn has a new book out called "Forbidden Gates" and you can read his blog with 26+ logs explaining transhumanism and what it means to the world:

    Quote Monday, August 2, 2010
    Forbidden Gates: How Genetics, Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, Synthetic Biology, Nanotechnology, & Human Enhancement Herald the Dawn of Techno-Dimensional Spiritual Warfare -- Part One
    http://defenderpublishing.blogspot.c...-robotics.html
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