By Daniel Taylor
Humanity is under attack. Our men are are dying out. The future of mankind is uncertain.
The Global Future 2045 Congress held in Russia early this year discussed the future of humanity amidst a technological revolution. Transhumanist leader Ray Kurzweil was in attendance among other top technology leaders. Maksim Kalashnikov, a Soviet Union apologist, also attended the conference. He warned of the rise of “easily deceived” “barbarians” who’s “…video-game mentality means they could easily start to wreak havoc…” As Svetlana Smetanina reported from the conference, “If the proportion of people like this comes to encompass 50 percent of the Earth’s population, then a new “middle ages” are almost guaranteed.”
This is the discussion taking place among the elite and intelligentsia: What will we do with masses of obsolete people in the wake of the technological revolution? This article examines a few outstanding examples – recently given attention in the media– of what is being done presently, and offers a potential way out of the trap.
Look out over a cityscape and you will likely see a mass of humanity distracted, absorbed in the glowing screens of handheld devices, largely unaware of the approaching crossroads of history. If you are a person of a moral nature, your conscience will tell you to warn them; Empower them and give them information that will help them make the right choice. If you are an elitist with some degree of control over world affairs, you see them as an ugly mass of insects too stupid to possibly comprehend what you have in store for them. In fact, they’re an obstacle to your success. If they’re dumb enough to fall into your traps, they deserve what they get.
To manage these “barbarians” an artificial habitat has been created in which the reward system of our brain is constantly stimulated with artificial forms of satisfaction (television, video games, porn, artificial flavoring, Facebook, etc.) in place of seeking after real partners, real experiences, knowledge, and adventure. It is a real life matrix. We have an artificially induced sense of fulfillment, and deep down we know it is but a shadow of who we could be. This is the scientific attack that we are enduring, and if we become conscious of it we can make the first steps in conquering it.
The scientific dictatorship has studied human nature and biology only to craft psycho-social-biological weapons against the masses. They are designed to over-ride your thought processes with subliminal messages that target your weaknesses. Food and water have also been weaponized.
The elite has created this situation – using corrupt human nature to their advantage – and now points at the demoralized, dulled mass of humanity left in its wake and dares to say that we are a new class of barbarians threatening to destabilize the world. Looking at the fruits of the elites work, we can see exactly what their agenda is. This Business Insider article gives a few disturbing statistics:
-In 2011, young men’s SAT scores were the worst they had been in 40 years.
-Even Hollywood has caught on: films like Failure to Launch, Knocked Up and Jackass mock the ineptitude of this generation.
-Boys account for 70 percent of D’s and F’s given at school.
-Research shows guys aren’t interested in being husbands, fathers or the head of the household.
In 1958 Dr. R. Swinburne Clymer exposed the elite’s agenda in his book The Age of Treason, which was subtitled, “Food and Liquids Used as a Medium in Deliberately and Carefully Planned Methods Developed by the Vicious Element of Humanity, for the Mental Deterioration and Moral Debasement of the Mass, as a Means Toward Their Enslavement.”
Dr. Clymer wrote regarding the destruction of man,
“Every vigilant human being should be concerned with several important factors involved: The methods or means by which it is possible to change man’s characteristics as easily as the animal’s. Man is a warrior by nature, the protector of his family, and his own rights and privileges; an individual, a free man… A being who has wrought great things and who, if not interfered with, will do even greater things. This being is to be turned into a lesser female; unable, even unwilling, to defend himself, much less his family or country; becoming a slave…”
The “Animalization of Humankind”
A brave new world is rising, and with it the dehumanization of humanity is accelerating. One reader of Huxley’s timeless 1931 book Brave New World describes the society of Huxley’s future: “The pleasure-seeking society pursues no spiritual experiences or joys, preferring carnal ones. The lack of a religion that seeks a true transcendental understanding helps ensure that the masses of people, upper and lower classes, have no reason to rebel.”
Love and marriage are separated from reproduction in Huxley’s world. Babies are grown in labs while the sterilized masses are encouraged to embrace promiscuity.
In our present world, projections from Deutsche bank state that due to falling fertility rates, “…the human race will no longer be replacing itself by the early 2020s.” Sperm counts are also falling world-wide. Following these trends is what some call the “animalization” of humankind through the increasing prevalence of porn. Brave New World is no longer science fiction.
Roger Howard writes in the Futurist magazine,
“…the animalization of humankind will inevitably have consequences that stretch well beyond the screens upon which we view internet porn. Not only will those who participate in online action be labeled with such terms, but those labels will shape how we see each other. If each of us increasingly sees others more as “animal” than “human,” then it follows that our mutual respect is similarly eroded. Human well-being is traditionally protected by a framework of morals and manners that simply does not protect animals… and human life is sacred in a way that animal life is not.”
The Virtual Skinner Box
Video games are designed with basic human psychology in mind. They dispense virtual goodies for the reward system in your brain, which makes no distinction between the real and virtual worlds. Your mind is hooked in, driving you to press the button inside your own personal skinner box over and over again. Psychologist B. F. Skinner developed the Skinner box as a way to induce certain behaviors in rats through a simple reward system. Video games utilize the same idea of behavior based rewards.
This article summarizes the various ways that video games trap your mind:
“Why do so many of us have that void? Because according to everything expert Malcolm Gladwell, to be satisfied with your job you need three things, and I bet most of you don’t even have two of them:
Autonomy (that is, you have some say in what you do day to day);
Complexity (so it’s not mind-numbing repetition);
Connection Between Effort and Reward (i.e. you actually see the awesome results of your hard work).Most people, particularly in the young gamer demographics, don’t have this in their jobs or in any aspect of their everyday lives. But the most addictive video games are specifically geared to give us all three… or at least the illusion of all three.”
What will we do?
“We make men without chests and expect of them virtue and enterprise. We laugh at honour and are shocked to find traitors in our midst. We castrate and bid the geldings be fruitful.” – C.S. Lewis
What will we do about this? How can mankind defend against these tools of deception and domestication? There are a vast number of potential solutions to choose from. I will share with you what I personally believe to be effective.
First, realize that there is a raging battle being fought right now between freedom and tyranny. Too many people have been sold the idea that their lives are boring and the world dull. The hardcore reality of this battle – and the realization that there is breathtaking beauty everywhere – is enough to snap semi-conscious people out of their artificial habitat induced trance.
Noted scholar and writer C.S. Lewis eloquently stated,
“…war creates no absolutely new situation: it simply aggravates the permanent human situation so that we can no longer ignore it. Human life has always been lived on the edge of a precipice. Human culture has always has always had to exist under the shadow of something infinitely more important than itself. If men had postponed the search for knowledge and beauty until they were secure, the search would never have begun. We are mistaken when we compare war with “normal life.” Life has never been normal.
The artificial habitat that we live in has seduced us into a sate of complacency. We aren’t exercising the strength that we have as human beings. Our ancestors strove for knowledge and beauty amidst great hardship. Now we are convinced that we are at the end of the road; We don’t need to strive for anything else. We don’t have a reason to rebel. It’s time to break the chains.
We can reach for a higher standard and take the open hand that God is extending to us. Scientific control over humanity is not full proof. In fact, once individuals filled with the spirit of God overcome the spell of wickedness and deception, they are empowered beyond anything that they were before. I say to the New World Order; Keep doing what you’re doing. You are building the army of your own destruction. The weapons that you forge against us will fail.
I leave you with another quote from Mr. Lewis,
“To us [evil] a human is primarily food; our aim is the absorption of its will into ours, the increase of our own area of selfhood at its expense… One must face the fact that all the talk about His [God’s] love for men, and His service being perfect freedom, is not (as one would gladly believe) mere propaganda, but an appalling truth. He really does want to fill the universe with a lot of loathsome little replicas of Himself – creatures whose life, on its miniature scale, will be qualitatively like His own, not because He has absorbed them but because their wills freely conform to is… Our war aim is a world in which Our Father Below has drawn all other beings into himself: the Enemy [God] wants a world full of beings united in Him but still distinct.” – C.S. Lewis, The Screwtape Letters