In a series of videos shown by Clay Clark on the July 13 episode of the “Thrive Time Show,” Israeli public intellectual and historian Yuval Noah Harari talked about corporations and armies being given the technology to start messing with human DNA and people’s brains, and amplify certain human qualities that are needed in a fight, like discipline and intelligence.
However, they also plan to “delete” other qualities like compassion, artistic sensitivity or spirituality.
“Yes, discipline and intelligence are important. But the compassionate soldier – that’s problematic; or a worker who has spiritual goals in life – this is problematic,” said Harari, one of the lead advisors for World Economic Forum (WEF) founder Klaus Schwab.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has launched the Neural Evidence Aggregation Tool (NEAT) program under the premise of identifying people at risk of depression and suicide. The program is supposed to develop a new cognitive science tool that identifies people at risk of suicide by using preconscious brain signals.
Applications coming out of the NEAT program could have the real potential to give governments and corporations the ability to “hack” human beings.
Dr. Robert Malone, who has been credited as one of the inventors of the mRNA technology used in the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines, said that a joint report prepared by the U.K. and Germany talked about transhumanism, which is one of the known agendas of the WEF. (Related: Al Gore endorses the “great reset” while other media outlets continue to claim it’s a “conspiracy theory.”)
“It’s not a conspiracy – transhumanism – and they talk about the RNA vaccines as an entry point to kind of opening that space, ethically and otherwise. So that’s part of the reason why these particular products [are being pushed],” said Malone.
Transhumanism embraced by the most powerful in society
Transhumanism, according to Malone, is the technology suite that puts the idea of both mechanical and biological modification of humans for improved longevity and performance.
Joseph Stalin, during his time, worked mainly with social engineering. He may have wanted to reengineer human biology, but couldn’t. So he focused on creating a new breed of humans instead.
And then it starts all over again in the 21st century. This time, with U.S. styling, they might have the ability to really reengineer the body down to the level of DNA and create new human species – or even create completely inorganic life forms.
The significance of this is that it doesn’t change what governments have been doing in the first industrial revolution. It only changes you if you take genetic editing: It’s you who are changed, and this has a big impact on your identity.
“A lot of breakthroughs on the medical front, particularly around synthetic RNA, all that you can basically do anything with synthetic RNA. DNA is really like a computer program,” Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla Motors, said in a separate video. “I think with enough effort, that’s not too crazy.”
Transhumanist values are embraced by the most powerful in society, including Big Tech companies, universities and among the crowd of would-be globalist technocrats in Davos.
Harari himself believes that artificial intelligence and human hybrids are inevitably going to take over. Those who refuse to join their minds with these programs will then be considered a “useless class” or “useless people.”
These “useless people” would be the ones who refuse to be injected with artificial intelligence capabilities in the coming decades. He also described humans as “hackable animals,” adding that “masses” would not stand much of a chance against changes, even if they were to organize. (Related: Implantable chips for humans to be implemented globally.)
But contrary to Harari’s claims, resistance is not futile if people continue to remind themselves that no life is ever “meaningless” or “worthless.”
Watch the video below for more commentary about transhumanism, eugenics and the Great Reset.
“Thrive Time Show” with Clay Clark airs every weekday at 1-3 p.m. on Brighteon.TV.
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