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ALDOUS HUXLEY WITH MIKE WALLACE: A WARNING TO AMERICA (1958)

Social critic and Brave New World author Aldous Huxley is the guest in “The Mike Wallace Interview.” (Video below) Huxley discusses issues such as overpopulation, dysfunctional bureaucracy, propaganda, drugs, advertising, and television as threats to American freedom. Perhaps gloomy, but his forecasts have come true.

As of the year of this video’s production, 1958, Aldous Huxley would have been 64 years old. Mike Wallace of 60 Minutes fame conducts a fascinating interview. In their conversation, the two men provide a glimpse into the forethought that went into creating the world in which we now live.

It’s a world of kill shots everywhere in the United States and the West, with the goal of depopulating the planet and destroying what little is left of open and free societies.

It’s also an inflationary world, with prices likely to soar to new heights.

One expert predicts that already exorbitant food prices will double or triple over the next year.

Drought in the US/West and elsewhere, reduced crop production, food warehouse fires, and the potential disruption of Russian exports of agricultural products and fertilizer due to the sanctions war: all of these factors could compound to make an already dire situation even worse.

Please don’t get me wrong. US-based diabolical dark forces are to blame for the current worldwide food crisis.

The World Food Program had predicted it months earlier:

The world is facing a global hunger crisis of unprecedented proportions in 2022, and we are at a critical crossroads.”

“Either we rise to the challenge of meeting immediate needs at scale, while at the same time supporting programs that build long-term resilience, or the world will face even bigger problems down the line.”

“(U)p to 811 million people go to bed hungry every night.”

“The number of those facing acute food insecurity has more than doubled.”

“A total of 50 million people are facing emergency levels of hunger in 45 countries.”

“In just two years, the number of severely food insecure people has increased by more than 200 million from 135 million (in 53 countries) to 345 million in 82 countries.”

The Dangers of Technology

The destructive potential of technology in the wrong hands was a central theme in tens of thousands of 20th-century spy films. Putting technology in the hands of the government is the worst possible scenario. Technology is used to predetermine personality traits, lifestyle choices, and even outward appearance in Huxley’s Brave New World. Everything a person does is for the greater good of the state. Governments and the powerful often misuse technology, despite the fact that it is regulated for the common good. Something to think about when you read about the most relevant technology from Brave New World, like wiretapping, surveillance, or stem cell research.

The Dangers of Big Government

Any government that thinks it can guarantee its citizens’ happiness by imposing its will on every aspect of their lives is a government that will inevitably destroy personal freedoms. Should the government intervene in the private sector? History and Huxley would both say no. The government in Brave New World achieves its goal of becoming all-powerful with relative ease, while actual governments have messed up the process. Consider the low living standards that Communist and Socialist authoritarian regimes in Asia and Eastern Europe brought about in the 20th century.

Even a cursory examination of the United States government reveals its inability to solve problems it was never intended to address; this is why the people of the United States are forced to rely on the guarantees of the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence.

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The Degradation of Human Sexuality and its Implications

When one loses their unique identity, they also lose their sense of value. Lenina sees herself as a commodity that should be distributed equally. There is a hypnopaedic preconditioning that everyone belongs to everyone. One way in which modern society echoes Huxley’s dystopia is in the rise of pornography and marital infidelity.

The Disregard for Human Life

Human beings are treated as resources (phosphorus) even after they die. The deceased are institutionalized in order to die in peace. A form of “death conditioning,” the Bokanovsky twins swarm the hospital’s mortality ward. When looking for evidence of the widespread disregard for human life in the modern world, readers need look no further than acts of senseless violence and abortions performed late in the pregnancy.

The Dangers of Consumerism

Preconditioning and genetic tampering are founded on the idea that more consumption is necessary for economic stability. Readers of today don’t need to read Brave New World to see the results of our culture’s fixation on materialism.

The Mind-numbing Effects of Drugs

Dispensing soma to the populace serves to calm them down and make them forget their troubles. While there is certainly a connection between soma and the abuse of illegal narcotics and other illegal drugs in the modern world, a closer examination reveals an even stronger connection between soma and the abuse of painkillers and other legal prescription drugs. Take a look at the number of pharmacies in your community if you don’t think there’s an alarming rise in drug use. Let us also not forget about the pharmaceutical manufactured drug fentanyl  that is at epidemic proportions all across the country.

Do you think some of the novel’s warnings are applicable to our current world?

Brave New World is a dystopian novel
Brave New World is a dystopian novel by English author Aldous Huxley, written in 1931 and published in 1932

Why Should You Care About What Huxley Said?

He was born in Surrey, England in 1894, and he passed away in Los Angeles, California in 1963. Over the course of his long life, he witnessed and chronicled many shifts in both technology and culture. The works of Huxley are well-known for their satirical tone and dark humor. Moreover, his projections of a totalitarian world gestalt and the structure of future technological governance have been both visionary and relentlessly blunt, making for hellish visions of society. He penned the seminal science fiction novel Brave New World in 1932. This is the book that revolutionized literature.

Aldous Huxley, an English author, penned and published the dystopian novel Brave New World in 1932. The majority of the novel takes place in a dystopian World State populated by people who have undergone genetic modification and a social hierarchy based on their IQ. The novel predicts significant advances in reproductive technology, sleep-learning, psychological manipulation, and classical conditioning, all of which contribute to the novel’s dystopian society, which is challenged by one person: the protagonist.

Upon closer inspection, it becomes abundantly clear that Huxley’s family played a significant role in shaping the philosophical underpinnings of his work. The influence of his brother, Julian Huxley, was profound in his intellectual development. Julian combined his interests in evolutionary biology and the behavioral sciences in his work (developing propaganda programs for large organizations). Julian Huxley first used the term “transhumanism” to describe his ideas. He even penned, at one point:

“I believe in transhumanism: once there are enough people who can truly say that, the human species will be on the threshold of a new kind of existence, as different from ours as ours is from that of Peking man. It will at last be consciously fulfilling its real destiny.” Julian Huxley

But if you dig a little deeper into Julian Sorrel Huxley’s (1887-1975) life, you’ll find that he was also a lifelong member of the British Eugenics Society and worked alongside John Maynard Keynes as the society’s secretary and then its president.

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United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) was founded in 1946 by Julian Huxley, who also served as its first Director General from that year until 1948.

In Huxley’s UNESCO charter from 1946, the organization’s goals and objectives were laid out.

UNESCO: Its Purpose and Its Philosophy:

“The moral for UNESCO is clear. The task laid upon it of promoting peace and security can never be wholly realised through the means assigned to it- education, science and culture. It must envisage some form of world political unity, whether through a single world government or otherwise, as the only certain means of avoiding war… in its educational programme it can stress the ultimate need for a world political unity and familiarize all peoples with the implications of the transfer of full sovereignty from separate nations to a world organization.”

So, did you get that? The original UNESCO charter explicitly calls for a world government to establish permanent peace and safety. In the next section, the charter elaborates on why population control is so crucial.

In 1946, the United Nations’ own NGO, UNESCO, published a report on the new international system. Not only that, but Aldous Huxley’s sibling penned the organization’s founding documents!

In addition to being the grandson of renowned biologist Thomas Henry Huxley, Aldous Huxley had his own impressive credentials. Thomas Huxley, also known as “Darwin’s bulldog,” was a prominent member of the early English eugenics movement. Leonard Huxley, Aldous Huxley’s father, was a biographer who wrote extensively on topics like Darwin, Thomas Huxley, and eugenics. Fellow Nobel laureate and biophysicist Andrew Fielding Huxley is Aldous Huxley’s other sibling. He studied nerve fibers and neurology.

Also, George Orwell, the futurist behind the novel 1984, had Aldous Huxley as a mentor.

Therefore, Aldous Huxley’s dystopian science fiction novels and essays, as well as his interview with Mike Wallace, were not based on pure fantasy, pure science fiction, or pure wild guesswork. His works showed that he had a deep familiarity with the thinking of his ancestors and the scholars of his day. His writings serve as a cautionary tale, proving that he anticipated the future.

Many modern policies can trace their origins back to these historic scientific and political ideas. One world government, population control, inverted totalitarianism, propaganda, a command economy, and collectivism are all examples of such policies. Absolutely everything you need to know is available. The world is heading down the road that Aldous Huxley predicted would lead to disaster. Unless we make a drastic change, our dystopian future lies ahead along this road.

Unbelievably, so many of us still fail to recognize what has been staring us in the face for so long. At the end of his conversation with Mike Wallace, Aldous Huxley suggested that decentralization is one of the few ways we can fight this globalist agenda. It will become progressively more challenging to do this as more and more information is stored centrally and shared via computers. However, this is the challenge and responsibility we now face.

A year from now or sooner, the world is facing unprecedented danger due to rising prices for food, water, and other necessities, rising tyranny across the United States and Western Europe, and the possibility of war with Russia and/or China.

Let’s not kid ourselves: a new world order is on the horizon, and the only thing standing between their world order is us and its imposition is us. We have a tremendous opportunity to steer this in a direction that benefits humanity as a whole.

By Steafon

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