I debated to put this into the Science thread, but chose this one instead. If anyone has been keeping a finger on the Transhumanist movement, it's
real and the people behind it are very ambitious. I've come across plenty of people who actually want to wake up in a computer one day, and evolve
past the current state of humanity. But for me I see it as another thread in the construction of a New World Order. Here are some quotes from the
conference held in Moscow in February. It's called the Global Future 2045 Congress
Here are the objectives as described by their own website:
“ - Presenting the newest developments in the fields of cognitive sciences, robotics, and modeling of living systems
- Evaluating the potential for transforming planetary civilization in light of the rapid pace of technological development
- Analyzing possible scenarios for the development of civilization in the context of new concepts regarding universal history, or “Big History”
- Discussing strategic problems arising in a dynamically changing world and the potential for the appearance of a global or cosmic mode of thinking.
Event speakers were comprised of world leading physicists, biologists, anthropologists, sociologists, psychologists, philosophers as well as
specialists in the fields of Big History, robotics, brain-computer interfaces, neurosciences and space technology from Russia, the United States,
Canada, the Netherlands and other countries.”
The reason why it's 2045 is because these scientists and technicians want to attain human immortality by the year 2045. How are they going to do
this? Let's check it out.
According to Anders Sandburg (Researcher, science debater, futurist, transhumanist, and author):
"At first, there may be implants, but in the longer run by transferring our consciousness to machines, if that is technically possible, and I do
think this is a very important developments that are going to affect our economy, our society and our view of the world over this century.”
But what do these thoughts have anything to do with the New World Order? Well check out some of these other quotes that discuss globalization etc. The
whole point is that the idea of a One World Government and all that entails it is no longer simply a political agenda, but it's part of the plan of
the most ambitious people in the field of science.
According to Nick Bostrom, PhD, Professor of Oxford University, co-founder (with David Pearce) of the World Transhumanist Association:
“Now, one concept that is useful I think in thinking about long-term futures for humanities the notion of the single tongue, which should be a
world order, where at the highest level of organization there is only one decision-making entity. Now, that decision-making entity could be any of
a wide range of certain structures: it could be the world democratic government, it could be a dictator, it could be a super-intelligent machine, it
could be some, perhaps, even a universal moral code that had provisions for its law-enforcement, but both good and bad structures could count as a
single tongue. But the unifying feature would be that they all have the ability to solve global coordination problems, for example, to avoid arms
races or to solve these global common problems, like, when we have different countries spearing out pollutants into the atmosphere or over-fishing the
oceans, – now all these kinds of coordination problems that arise from the lack of a single decision-making entity on the top.”
Now the premise is that these things will be for the name of world peace. But if anyone understands prophetic scriptures, most of the enslavement is
happening, and ultimately going to happen under the guise of peace. It's only when world peace is attained that the world is most vulnerable for
total enslavement and lock down.
Another speaker Alexander Panov, Astrophysicist, author of "Snooks-Panov curve" which describes the singularity said this:
“As a scientist, an astrophysicist, I am worried primarily about the future of science. This is what we can say about the future of science in the
post-singular stage. Firstly, we can make a few general philosophical propositions. Any progressive phenomenon in evolution cannot be progressive
forever, as leaders in evolution replace each other. In this sense, science is a typical progressive phenomenon, it arose in response to certain
crises, and served to overcome them. So science in this quality, as the basis of the formation of the vector of the development of human civilization,
cannot be a leader forever. From this, it follows that a change in leadership will take place, and another leader must come to replace science, a
leader about which we do not yet know anything about.”
It's interesting that they talk of a leader who they don't yet know anything about. Does this not echo the prophetic propositions of an antichrist?
If you're not a Christian or a believer of prophecies, this serves as just food for thought, but it's interesting nonetheless.
Barry Rodrigue, Professor at the University of Southern Maine, co-chairman of GF2045: “Manifesto for a New Millennium. A Working Agenda for the
There needs to be global mechanisms for review and regulation...We have had many brilliant ideas and innovations presented at the Moscow Congress of
Global Futures 2045. These innovations are very exciting and very important, but the BIG QUESTION is how do we link them, how do we promote them, how
do we popularize them – in such a fashion that we create a new world consciousness, a new world civilization – in what my friend, David Hookes,
calls “Global Enlightenment".
Again, if words have any meaning to them, then it should be alarming that the language used here echoes that of a New World Order. It's also
interesting that the language of "Global Enlightenment" is something that the new age movement holds as a very near future event.
I understand that these are snippets of the actual entirety of the conference, but they brought up huge red flags for me when I was looking through
all the things that happened at the conference.
I hope this serves as food for thought. What does ATS think?
P.S. I discuss these and a few more quotes on my podcast canarycryradio.com...