Sunday, August 21, 2011

The dawn of "transhumanism"

At the center of the debate is what is known as "transhumanism," a term often used synonymously with "human enhancement."

Basically, it's a sort of regenesis, altering human bodies – genetically, mechanically or both – to make them better than they've been for thousands of years, affording them Superman-style abilities in both brains and brawn.

It's sometimes described by futurists as being "posthuman," what they believe is the next step in the evolutionary process.
Why did Obama make this a priority as soon as he was elected?
"One of the first things that President Obama did at the executive level as soon as he became president," he says in "Trans-Humanism," "[is] he overturned restrictions that had been put in place by President [George W.] Bush which would have prohibited federal dollars, American taxpayer money, flowing in to pay for experiments to be done on human-animal chimeras (combinations) and other forms of science such as stem-cell sciences – which is also important to the transhumanist movement.

"But what most of the public doesn't realize is when we're talking about stem-cell sciences, we're almost always talking about the creation of a human-animal chimera from which those stem cells are being derived. But now, tax dollars in the United States from the federal level are flowing into thousands of laboratories."
How many of you have heard of DARPA?
Commissions advanced research for DoD. It was founded in response to the surprise Sputnik launch in 1958 and fathered the Internet somewhere along the way.
Find out how your tax dollars (thanks to Obama) are going towards creating a "super soldier" made up of human and animal that the government says will require a "kill switch" since it will be immortal...

Diabolical experiments fulfill Bible prophecy?

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