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The Single Most Crucial Fact About the “New World Order” Virtually No One Is Talking About

It is up for discussion whether or not transhumanism belongs to the larger category of “posthumanism,” and what that term means in relation to transhumanism. Conservatives, Christians, and progressives often characterize the latter as a subset or activist version of posthumanism.

However, roboticist Hans Moravec‘s proposal for the creation of intelligent artificial beings has influenced transhumanism. Some have contrasted the “cultural posthumanism” of the humanities and the arts with Moravec’s ideas and transhumanism, calling them “complacent” or “apocalyptic” forms of posthumanism. Transhumanism and similar posthumanisms, in this view, are not abandoning antiquated notions of the “autonomous liberal subject,” but rather are expanding its “prerogatives” into the realm of the posthuman. Consistent with this view, transhumanists see themselves as an extension of humanism and Enlightenment thought.

Even though the World Economic Forum, the Rockefeller Foundation, and many other global institutions have been publishing materials on their view of the future for decades, predicting things like a major reduction in the world’s population and a central worldwide government, before COVID-19, anyone who brought up the subject was labeled a “conspiracy theorist.”

Now fast-forward to the present day, and the concept is no longer so far-fetched, especially for those who are savvy enough to avoid censorship in corporate media and Big Tech.

Even in the so-called “alternative” media, there is a preponderance of one perspective on the impending New World Order, presented as though it were inevitable. Transhumanism, technocrats, mRNA, gene-altering, nanobots, and other terms that were barely part of our vocabulary a few months ago are now commonplace as more and more people look forward to what they see as a technologically advanced future.

Those of us who realize this is all a part of a larger global plan and that the “discovery” of a deadly new “virus” is just the latest tactic globalists are using to instill fear in the population and gain control over the human race need to pause and ask ourselves whether we are falling into their trap. Is there a counterargument that is not only possible but also more plausible than the story being told in the alternative media right now?

Transhumanism

Transhumanism

The term “transhumanism,” also written as “H+” or “h+,” refers to a global intellectual and cultural movement that promotes the possibility and desirability of drastically improving the human condition through the creation and widespread dissemination of technologies that would reverse the effects of aging and greatly increase human cognitive, physical, and emotional abilities. To this end, transhumanist thinkers investigate the ethical issues raised by the creation and use of futuristic technologies that have the potential to alleviate some of humanity’s most fundamental constraints. They foresee a future in which humans can evolve into “posthuman” beings with significantly augmented capabilities.

One of the first futurology professors, FM-2030, began to label as “transhuman” those who adopted technologies, lifestyles, and worldviews that were transitional to “posthumanity” in the 1960s while teaching “new concepts of the Human” at The New School. As a result of this hypothesis, British philosopher Max More was able to begin articulating the principles of transhumanism as a futurist philosophy in 1990, and he was able to organize in California an intelligentsia that has since grown into a worldwide transhumanist movement.

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The transhumanist vision of a transformed future humanity, influenced by classic works of science fiction, has garnered both supporters and detractors. However, Ronald Bailey argues that transhumanism is the “movement that epitomizes the most daring, courageous, imaginative, and idealistic aspirations of humanity,” in response to Francis Fukuyama’s characterization of transhumanism as one of the world’s most dangerous ideas.

Should We Be Afraid That Our DNA Will Be Modified to Make Us Transhumans?

Not at all! In recent years, the study of epigenetics has taught us that there are a plethora of environmental and lifestyle factors that can alter your DNA, but that this is nothing to be alarmed about and can be managed.

Since we first launched WebWorlds, we’ve devoted a great deal of coverage to this issue, and we’ve shown that these ideas are simply old “eugenics” teachings that have been updated for modern audiences.

I understand that this is a hard idea for some people to wrap their heads around; however, sending me an email to vent your frustrations or convince me to see things your way is pointless; I am not writing this for you.

The inability to grasp these concepts holds true regardless of whether or not one possesses the Holy Spirit’s Seal or is instead influenced by a spirit of delusion.

The elect, who are rapidly dwindling in number, will find nothing else like this on the internet right now, and that is why I wrote this article. To put your mind at ease, I am aware of how lonely you currently feel.

But I want you to know that better times are on the horizon, that everything is unfolding according to a meticulously mapped-out plan that has been in the works for a very long time; however, this is not the plan that you have likely been reading about, not even in the alternative media.

All that Satan and his minions have left to try to deceive everyone and take as many people with him to his final destination is fear, so fear is the “pandemic” that has gripped the world.

In particular, transhumanist “technology” is not something you should be worried about.

That whole thing is made up.

It’s time to stop taking advice from “experts,” whether they’re mainstream journalists, activists, or even well-intentioned medical professionals.

Furthermore, you should conduct your own investigation to confirm as much as possible. Learn the mainstream narrative, and then start digging into the other side.

Examine the claims being made for this “new,” but not so new, technology to determine if there is any basis for them. For example, is there evidence that super quantum computers, artificial intelligence that can outsmart humans, the merging of human biology and technology to “create” transhumans, etc., are possible?

Where is the proof that all of this is true? A lack of evidence, and the more likely truth that this is all a big hoax to control people by instilling fear of the technology, are what I think you will find.

I googled some generic stuff like “what is the current highest functioning computer?” in order to get a feel for the topic before I started writing.

You talk about “theories.”

The World’s Highest Performing Quantum Computer is Here

This is at Honeywell.com and was apparently published a year ago. Here is a quote from that page that stuck out to me:

When Honeywell set out to build a quantum computer, we prioritized creating the highest quality qubits, focusing on eliminating the errors present within the system on smaller numbers of qubits and then working to scale up the number of qubits. By having achieved such low errors on our quantum operations, with each new qubit we add to the machine, the quantum volume expands.

So the “world’s highest performing quantum computer” claims it makes mistakes but is constantly being improved to make fewer of them; and this is the technology that will eventually rule the world?

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Following that, I went to Google and typed, “Have computers solved chess?” I bring this up because it was a big deal a few years ago when it was revealed that top human chess players had been defeated by computers.

It’s safe to assume that computers can now beat human chess players.

Wikipedia was the source of the second result, and as of today’s writing, its entry read:

Solving chess means finding an optimal strategy for playing chess, i.e. one by which one of the players (White or Black) can always force a victory, or both can force a draw (see Solved game). It also means more generally solving chess-like games (i.e. combinatorial games of perfect information), such as grand chess and infinite chess. According to Zermelo’s theorem, a determinable optimal strategy does exist for chess and chess-like games.

In a weaker sense, solving chess may refer to proving which one of the three possible outcomes (White wins; Black wins; draw) is the result of two perfect players, without necessarily revealing the optimal strategy itself (see indirect proof).[1]

No complete solution for chess in either of the two senses is known, nor is it expected that chess will be solved in the near future. There is disagreement on whether the current exponential growth of computing power will continue long enough to someday allow for solving it by “brute force“, i.e. by checking all possibilities.

They’ll probably ask me to believe that we had 5G in 1969 when we sent men to the moon and broadcast their experience live to the world via television. What the heck….

Start thinking rationally about what a computer could actually do now that you have evidence to provide healthy skepticism for all the claims being made for transhumanism, AI, etc.

Can a machine explain why your preferred hue, flavor, etc., is your top pick? Do computers have the ability to comprehend the complexities of human emotion, such as why one person is loved and another is not?

Our minds are not like computers in any way. They have nothing in common with computers. The vast majority of the decisions we make as humans are highly nuanced and cannot be predicted by algorithms.

Have computers reached a point where they can make ethical judgments? No. They are limited in their moral judgment to the parameters set by their human creators, and their decisions will always reflect the values of their creators.

What, the world will soon be ruled by computers? Really?

To add insult to injury, we currently have a shortage of even the most fundamental semi-conductor computer chips needed to keep making cars and trucks, so who exactly is going to construct these super computers and transhuman robots?

If and when a quantum computer can master chess, only then will I give serious thought to what other “higher functions” it might be capable of.

By Steafon

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