"The narrative, language or the movement behind this idea of living forever, it's called transhumanism," he told Doug Billings during the Sept. 6 episode of "The Right Side" on Brighteon.TV. "That is the movement that seeks to gain eternal life through the help of technology and not God."
Billings agreed, pointing out that the World Economic Forum (WEF) and its founder Klaus Schwab are trying to convince people that transhumanism is a reality and a goal to achieve here on Earth. Thus, humanity ought to push back against the WEF and the Great Reset it espouses – a form of the New World Order.
To back up his argument, he played an audio clip of Jared Kushner, former senior advisor to former President Donald Trump. Kushner, incidentally Trump's son-in-law, remarked that he was keeping himself physically fit in the hopes of living forever.
"I think that there's a good probability that my generation is, hopefully with the advances in science, either the first generation to live forever or the last generation that's going to die," Kushner said.
The "Thrive Time Show" host also played an audio clip of Israeli historian and philosopher Yuval Noah Harari, who argued that humanity needs completely new ideologies and religions based on technology. Clark added that Harari, Schwab's right-hand man, is at the forefront of the transhumanist movement.
Billings agreed with his guest, commenting that Harari "seems to be the spiritual adviser" for transhumanism. (Related: WEF lead advisor Harari: Humans are now hackable animals; free will is over – Brighteon.TV.)
Ultimately, Clark mentioned that only God knows the number of days a person is going to have in their lifetime. He cited the Holy Bible, specifically the book of Job: "A person's days are determined; You have decreed the number of his months and have set limits he cannot exceed." (Job 14:5)
Clark also told Billings that while Trump believes that God has given a person a finite number of years and energy, Kushner is pushing transhumanism.
Trump's Operation Warp Speed that pushed the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines only served to fulfill the WEF's agenda. The mRNA nanotechnology shots were injected into the human body as planned: COVID-19 stood for Certificate of Vaccination ID.
Clark expressed belief that Trump was presented with information "that was less than good and accurate," leading him to promote the lethal COVID-19 shots.
Moreover, Kushner created a series of issues for himself and the rest of Trump's Make America Great Again Team. The former president's advisers Steve Bannon and Peter Navarro earlier said that Kushner has no place in the Trump administration and should not be given one.
Clark also mentioned that Trump went to the WEF's 2018 meeting and gave a speech there. He described the former president's remarks that time as "a sort of a middle finger" to the globalist organization.
However, while Trump was clearly against the WEF – his daughter Ivanka, Kushner's wife, is a member of it. This put the Trump family in a weird spot.
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