Truth Over Tyranny: Biblical wisdom for defeating the Technocrats.
These are my insights for defeating the Transhumanist Technocracy movement, based on the teachings of Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, of blessed memory, on the weekly Bible portion.
One of the most offensive traits of the Technocrats is their devotion to Transhumanism. It’s bad enough when people choose to follow a fake religion with fake gods; but the transhumanists take it a step further: they consider themselves gods.
One of the clearest examples of this perverse belief, is their attempt to commandeer the evolution of the human species. They actually want to create new human life through biotechnology, instead of normal human reproduction. Here are some examples of the progress they are making:
Are Artificial Womb Facilities With Gene-Edited Babies on the Horizon?
“Our goal is to provide you with an intelligent offspring that truly reflects your smart choices.
EctoLife allows your baby to develop in an infection-free environment. The pods are made of materials that prevent germs from sticking to their surfaces. Every growth pod features sensors that can monitor your baby’s vital signs, including heartbeat, temperature, blood pressure, breathing rate, and oxygen saturation. The artificial intelligence-based system also monitors the physical features of your baby and reports any genetic abnormalities.
And if you want your baby to stand out and have a brighter future, our elite package offers you the opportunity to genetically engineer the embryo before implanting it into the artificial womb.”
Indeed, thanks to the CRISPR Cas-9 gene editing tool (which is firmly planted in future mRNA-based therapies), prospective parents would be able to edit any trait of their baby through a wide range of over 300 genes. By genetically engineering a set of genes, EctoLife’s “elite package” would allow the customization of the baby’s eye color, hair color, skin tone, physical strength, height, and level of intelligence. Likewise, Al-Ghaili remarked that gene editing would allow parents to fix any inherited genetic diseases that are part of their family history so “[their] baby and [their] offspring will live a healthy, comfortable life, free of genetic diseases.”
Transhumanism Horror: Elites Want to Genetically Alter Children in the Womb, High-Bred Globalist Kids
In a “Welt” interview, virologist Prof. Dr. Hendrik Streeck from the University Hospital Bonn spoke about “body tuning” or “human upgrade”: more resilient babies or implanted chips in your hand that you can use to pay at the checkout or unlock your door.
He believes that everyone has dreamed of improving their cognitive abilities. “To be able to think faster or improve performance.” Dr. Streeck explains there are three types of body tuning to make this possible.
Like so many transhumanist horrific visions, the World Economic Forum (WEF) and its leader, “Great Reset,” lead architect Klaus Schwab have long fantasized about equipping children with brain chips. Just this past August, on the WEF website, they explained how brain chips would not only improve health by eradicating impairments like learning disabilities and depression but pave the way for children to attain superhuman capacities:
WEF advisor and transhumanism thought leader Yuval Noah Harari even goes one step further. He dreams of an “anti-virus program for the mind” to drive out negative – and probably also critical – thoughts from people. Then, in the future, Harari believes, “bioengineers will take the old Sapiens body, and intentionally rewrite its genetic code, rewire its brain circuits, alter its biochemical balance, and even grow entirely new limbs. They will thereby create new godlings, who might be as different from us Sapiens as we are different from Homo erectus.” So basically, in less than half a century, Cyborgs will replace humanity.
100% lab-grown babies in FIVE YEARS: Japanese researchers are on cusp of creating human eggs and sperm that can be grown in a fake womb
Growing human babies from scratch in a lab could be possible in just five years thanks to a new breakthrough.
Researchers in Japan are on the cusp of being able to create human eggs and sperm in the lab from scratch, which would then develop in an artificial womb.
Professor Katsuhiko Hayashi, a Japanese scientist at Kyushu University who has already figured out the process in mice, believes he is just five years away from replicating the results in humans.
As you can imagine, these practices defy the norms of a true God-based religion, in many ways. Perhaps the most deviant idea, is the one that says individual people should be mindless cogs in the collective societal wheel. The uniqueness that God assigns to each person at birth, according to His master plan, is to be replaced by a utilitarian function assigned by technocrats, according to their “scientific” mandates.
Rabbi Jonathan Sacks talks about this very issue in his commentary on Parashat Toldot called “Kinship and Difference.”
To introduce the problem. Rabbi Sacks mentions the similarity in appearance between Abraham and his son Isaac, and how that made it hard for each to retain an individual identity:
“The close physical resemblance between Abraham and Isaac created unexpected difficulties. Both father and son suffered a loss of individuality. Nor is this pure speculation. Examine Genesis carefully, and we see that Isaac is the least individuated of the patriarchs. His life reads like a replay of his father’s. He too is forced by famine to go to the land of the Philistines. He too encounters Abimelech. He too feels impelled to say that his wife is his sister (Gen. 26). He re-digs the wells his father dug. Isaac seems to do little that is distinctively his own.
“Sensitive to this, the rabbis told a profound psychological story. Parents are not their children. Children are not replicas of their parents. We are each unique and have a unique purpose. That is why Abraham prayed to God that there be some clear and recognizable difference between father and son.”
Rabbi Sacks them immediately shows us how this challenge is posed in modern times by medical reproductive technology, starting with one of the first: cloning:
“Does this have any contemporary relevance? I think it does: in relation to a new medical technology, eugenic or reproductive cloning. Cloning – the method of nuclear cell transfer pioneered by Dr Ian Wilmut in the experiment that created Dolly the sheep in 1997 – raises profound issues of medical ethics, especially in relation to humans.
“It is far from certain that it ever will be. Animal experiments have shown that it involves a high degree of risk, and may always do so. Cloning apparently disturbs the normal process of “genomic imprinting” by which the genes on the chromosomes from one of the parents are switched on or off. Many scientists are convinced that mammalian cloning is an intrinsically flawed process, too unsafe ever to be used in human reproduction.
“However, cloning is not just another technology. It raises issues not posed by other forms of assisted reproduction such as artificial insemination or in vitro fertilisation. Nuclear cell transfer is a form of asexual reproduction. We do not know why it is that large, long-living creatures reproduce sexually. From an evolutionary point of view, asexual reproduction would have been much simpler. Yet none of the higher mammals reproduce asexually. Is this because only by the unpredictable combination of genetic endowments of parents and grandparents can a species generate the variety it needs to survive? The history of the human presence on earth is marked by a destruction of bio-diversity on a massive scale. To take risks with our own genetic future would be irresponsible in the extreme.”
One of the core dangers of such technology, is the threat to individual identity:
“There is another objection to cloning, namely the threat to the integrity of children so conceived. To be sure, genetically identical persons already exist in the case of identical twins. It is one thing, though, for this to happen, quite another deliberately to bring it about. Identical twins do not come into being so that one may serve as a substitute or replacement for the other. Cloning represents an ethical danger in a way that naturally occurring phenomena do not. It treats persons as means rather than as ends in themselves. It risks the commoditisation of human life. It cannot but transform some of the most basic features of our humanity.
“Every child born of the genetic mix between two parents is unpredictable, like yet unlike those who have brought it into the world. That mix of kinship and difference is an essential feature of human relationships. It is the basis of a key belief of Judaism, that each individual is unique, non-substitutable, and irreplaceable. In a famous Mishnah the Sages taught: ‘When a human being makes many coins in a single mint, they all come out the same. God makes every human being in the same image, His image, yet they all emerge different.’
Eliminating the individuality of each created being, is in direct defiance of God’s design of Creation:
“The glory of creation is that unity in heaven creates diversity on earth. God wants every human life to be unique. As Harvard philosopher Hilary Putnam put it: ‘Every child has the right to be a complete surprise to its parents’ – which means the right to be no-one else’s clone. What would become of love if we knew that if we lost our beloved we could create a replica? What would happen to our sense of self if we discovered that we were manufactured to order?
“The Midrash about Abraham and Isaac does not bear directly on cloning. Even if it did, it would be problematic to infer halakhah from aggadah, legal conclusions from a non-legal source. Yet the story is not without its ethical undertones. At first Isaac looked like a clone of his father. Eventually Abraham had to pray for the deed to be undone.
“If there is a mystery at the heart of the human condition it is otherness: the otherness of man and woman, parent and child. It is the space we make for otherness that makes love something other than narcissism and parenthood something greater than self-replication. It is this that gives every human child the right to be themselves, to know they are not reproductions of someone else, constructed according to a pre-planned genetic template. Without this, would childhood be bearable? Would love survive? Would a world of clones still be a human world? We are each in God’s image but no one else’s.”
I would add this:
It is not true that “all religions are equal.” Religions that are based on a false impression of reality are false. Just because technocrats choose to believe that the actual God does not exist, and they should have the ability to “play god,” does not mean it will happen. Quite the opposite: the more you defy reality, the more it slaps you right in the face.