Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Rights for robots conference

WARNING: In the future non-humans will have more rights than humans.

Just in case you think the transhuman/eugenics agenda is a joke and LVB and I are just making this stuff up, take a look at this!

I came across this transhuman conference scheduled for Harvard in June 2010.
The H+ Summit is a two day event that explores how humanity will be radically changed by technology in the near future. Visionary speakers will explore the potential of technology to modify your body, mind, life, and world.

What will it mean to be a human in this next phase of technological development? How can we prepare now for coming changes?

We foresee the feasibility of redesigning the human condition and overcoming such constraints as the inevitability of aging, limitations on human and artificial intellects, unchosen psychology, lack of resources, and our confinement to the planet earth. The possibilities are broad and exciting. The H+ Summit will provide a venue to discuss these future scenarios and to hear exciting presentations by the leaders of the ongoing H+ (r)evolution.
They like to use the term H+ these days, but this is just another in a series of name changes for the eugenics movement like "social biology".

They keep changing the name, but the agenda remains the same. A better term for the transhuman movement is more like Eugenics 2.0, because the term "transhuman" was created by Julian Huxley who was a leader of the eugenics movement. Naturally they want to disassociate themselves from the term transhuman, which has such strong ties to eugenics. In this way they can cover up the true nature of their agenda from an unsuspecting public.

The program is sponsored by a group called "Humanity+". And here is one of their campaigns.
Campaign for the Rights of the Person

A campaign to modify national laws and international human rights conventions to establish
(a) that bodily autonomy, reproductive rights, and cognitive liberty should be explicitly recognized and protected,
(b) that universal access to enabling technologies is a right in itself, and a precondition for all other rights, and that
(c) personhood, sentience, and capacity for having morally relevant interests are the bases of rights-bearing, not humanness or the human genome.

Specific goals:
(a) Expanded access to reproductive health technologies (contraception, fertility, prenatal testing, abortion, and germinal choice).
(b) Liberalized psychoactive drug laws, and support for research into cognitive enhancement technologies, vaccines and treatments for substance dependence, and safer psychoactive substances.
(c) Extension of human-level rights protections to great apes.
Talk about double-speak. "Rights of the person" is really rights of the non-person. It's rights for robots and cyborgs. This is the right to become a cyborg, with no right to remain human.

And Christina Aguilera just happens to come out with a Bionic album around the same time. This is one hell of a PR campaign that they are engaged in.

I just wonder who ultimately is behind all this? Maybe this is a clue.

Notice that they advocate for the use of "psychoactive drugs". I guess nothing has changed since the 1950s and 60s. Back then transhumanist/eugenicist Aldous Huxley advocated the use of LSD. What does that have to do with transhumanism you say? It's a way to pacify the population just as Aldous predicted in his book "Brave New World" which came out in 1932.

This conference includes the usual cast of shady characters including Ray Kurzweil as the keynote speaker. When Kurzweil started off, his message was just the "technological singularity". His hidden agenda was transhumanism/eugenics all along. He was the one sent by the transhuman cult to convert the scientists and engineers.

They also have already begun organizing a group of "shock troops" to harass people like us that oppose their agenda.
Campaign for a Future Friendly Culture

A campaign to encourage balanced and constructive portrayals of longevity, human enhancement and emerging technologies in popular culture.

Specific goals:
(a) Solicit offensive and counterproductive portrayals of longevity, human enhancement and emerging technologies, and encourage our membership, chapters and allies to dialogue with the authors, producers and distributors.
(b) Increase the sensitivity of culture creators and consumers to the biopolitical messages and bioconservative tropes in popular culture.
(c) Arrange letter-writing, protests, and boycotts of especially offensive films, television programs and books.
(d) Encoruage [sic] and promote transhumanist artists, authors, film-makers, game designers and culture creators.
More double-speak. "Future friendly" means a future unfriendly to people that just want to remain human. Notice the use of a derogatory (and de-humanizing) code word for people that oppose them - "bioconservatives". While they want be referred to by the term H+ which puts a nice happy face on their agenda.

This "eugenics tree" from the early 1900s says "Eugenics is the self direction of human evolution". The transhuman movement talks about evolution too. And now they have added a few more roots to their tree - like robotics and artificial intelligence. But it's the same old tree, and it has the same old name - "Eugenics". And it has the same old goals that inspired Hitler and Nazi Germany - to create a super-race of god-like men. Only Elites need apply.


  1. Excellent article baba!

    It's so simple to see how it all ties together, once you realize who the people who started these things were, and what their beliefs and goals were.

  2. LVB - Thanks. The pieces of the puzzle are definitely coming together. And once you see that their beliefs and goals have not changed, it is a fairly basic exercise to visualize their true plans for the future. Not the plans that they promote in public, but the true plans that they discuss in private. You don't need to be a fortune teller, just read Aldous Huxley's Brave New World. It's all spelled out there in great dystopian detail

  3. Good job. Just one word for you: Gattaca.

  4. Anonymous - Good one. I'm thinking I saw Gattaca, but I wasn't aware of these issues then like I am now. Just taking a quick look at the description on Wikipedia, it sounds very much like Brave New World. I just added it to my list of movies to watch. Thanks!

  5. Yup, Baba and LVB, you've got to watch Gattaca.

    Interestingly, the name of one of the characters (who's the 'genetically superior' dude, but confined to a wheelchair after an accident), is: Jerome Eugene Morrow ... reminds me of 'genome ... eugenics ... tomorrow'.

    In Gattaca, the 'perfect gene' people are mostly portrayed as 'tall, blond, blue-eyed, flawless-skinned' Caucasians ...

    ... in fact, I don't remember seeing a single black, hispanic, chinese or other race being portrayed as one of the 'perfect people ... I'd have to watch it again to make sure.

    Also note that the non-perfect humans (those conceived without genetic selection) are referred to as 'God's child' ...
    See here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eP-aVYuVVBE&feature=related

    ... so those humans that were genetically selected & modified are what ...? Satan's spawns ... ?

    Hope you can review this film and comment on it.


  6. Wow Daniel! Consequently "Godschild" is my alias on every single blog, social network, etc. except for VC and PV. It never ceases to amaze me the extent to which this world discredits/hates the one, true, living God that only wants to love them. It’s going to be quite interesting to see Gattaca this weekend (renting it). Thanks for sharing!

    Again you’ve provided a great article. It disturbed me to see “Psychology” on that Eugenics tree. Religion, not so much (that was kind of expected). Having been told I have bipolar disorder and taking Lexapro for almost a year, I’m anxiously awaiting LVB’s article on SSRI’s. I got off them completely, thank God, and am a firm advocate against them.

  7. Valencia - Good for you. The medical industry (because I won't call them doctors) doesn't have time to work with their customers (the patients) because that costs them money. So they just write you a prescription. It doesn't matter what your symptoms are, they always end up handing you a prescription. That way the pharmaceutical companies make more sales, and it all comes out of your insurance anyway. It's a total scam. We don't have a "health system" anymore. It's just a big factory (industry) for dispensing drugs.

    Daniel - I'm going to see if I can pick up a copy of Gattaca today. Thanks for reminding me. You're absolutely right about the name - 'genome ... eugenics ... tomorrow'. I haven't read any reviews of the movie yet because I want to watch it first. It'll be interesting to see if others have picked up on that - especially the eugenics part.

    Just a warning that anything coming out of Hollywood is not being put out there with our best interests in mind. Even when it seems as if they are revealing some secrets, they are just telling us the parts they want us to hear. Sometimes its just pre-conditioning, so that when it starts to happen in real life we've already come to accept it from seeing it in the movies.

  8. Wow...just stumbled onto this site after I finished reading Brave New World. My friend advised that I go on this site and read some of the articles.
    It's amazing to me that all this is going on and almost everyone has no idea, especially when it's being rubbed in our faces (Imma Be music video being a good example).
    Thank you for posting this and I hope more people realize what's REALLY going on.

  9. @anonymous - Far out! I need to re-read Brave New World myself. I've come to the conclusion that this was NOT an attempt to warn us against a transhumanist future as most people assume. I think it was the only way that Aldous Huxley could get these ideas out into the public in the early 1930s. He could not very well come out in favor of them without appearing to be a lunatic. So he wrote an anti-thesis to what he actually believed in order to stir the debate. There's just no way he was against these ideas given the history of the Huxley family with regards to eugenics. And I can't repeat often enough that his brother Julian Huxley actually came up with the term "transhuman".

    It's true that "almost everyone has no idea". I hate to sound like a broken record and I'm not deliberately trying to promote the Catholic Church in this blog. But the Catholic Church has been fighting this agenda almost single-handedly.

    After the introduction of the birth control pill which was funded by the eugenics front group Planned Parenthood, the Church came out with Humanae Vitae in 1968. Then after new methods of genetic engineering began to emerge, the Church responded with Dignitas Personae in 2008.

    A large component of this struggle has been the fight against abortion. If we are not willing to fight for the rights of human beings at the moment of conception, then we will ultimately end up in a losing battle for our own "rights to life". The transhumanists/eugenicists want to be able to “abort” human life that they thing is undesirable at any age. They want to turn the conception of human life into a method of breeding humans.

    - Humanae Vitae (1968)

    “But the most remarkable development of all is to be seen in man’s stupendous progress in the domination and rational organization of the forces of nature to the point that he is endeavoring to extend this control over every aspect of his own life—over his body, over his mind and emotions, over his social life, and even over the laws that regulate the transmission of life.”

    “Human life is sacred—all men must recognize that fact,” Our predecessor Pope John XXIII recalled. “From its very inception it reveals the creating hand of God.”

    - Dignitas Personae (2008)

    “With regard to the possibility of using techniques of genetic engineering to introduce alterations with the presumed aim of improving and strengthening the gene pool, it must be observed that such interventions would promote a “eugenic mentality” and would introduce an “indirect social stigma with regard to people who lack certain qualities, while privileging qualities that happen to be appreciated by a certain culture or society; such qualities do not constitute what is specifically human.”

  10. hey thought you'd like this article

    Japanese Government and Industry Aim for Mind-Controlled Robots and Electronics in 10 Years


  11. Hi Victoria. You like to freak me out. LOL. They're talking just 10 years in the future. No wonder they're revving up the PR campaign now to make this type of technology acceptable to the public.

    I think they're being optimistic on the time-line. And what happens when your thoughts wander? I know I could never use a brain-computer-interface like that because I have way to active of an imagination.

    I also want to mention to Daniel, Lenci and others that I saw Gattaca a few nights ago. It's a very good movie. I highly recommend it. It does have elements of Brave New World which I'm going to begin re-reading (actually listening to on a audio book).

    The thing about this type of movie is that I believe that what Hollywood is doing is creating an anti-thesis. In other words it is a film (or book) advocating the thing that it appears to be criticizing. I don't trust Hollywood to warn us about the future transhuman society. I think this is similar to Terminator where we are "warned" of the transhuman future, but one of the "good guys" is a transhuman.

    In the case of Gattaca, I think it is much more subtle. First of all it is an exercise in pre-conditioning. But that's not the subtle part.

    The subtle part is that the crippled Elite guy symbolically uploads himself into the body of the godchild. The godchild is "transformed" into the Elite guy. As I said it is done symbolically and not literally. And in the end this Elite in his new body is launched into space to spread his DNA to other planets. This is also part of the transhuman dream.

    Still, as I said, this is a very wonderfully produced movie. I enjoyed the retro-future style. (A bit of cog-diss I suppose.) The acting is very good. It's one of a few movies these days that does not rely heavily on action to propel the plot.

    Overall the tone of the movie is, "Yes, there's going to be a transhuman future, but don't worry too much about it. It will turn out to be OK. Anyway, even if it makes you feel uncomfortable now. You'll get used to it and see that it's for the best. And if your very clever, you can still be a godchild and make it in this world with the help of some of us Elite good guys. And if not, then you really don't deserve to succeed anyway. Now do you?"

  12. P.S. The movie Gattaca does not really abandon the transhuman-eugenics-darwinian notion of "survival of the fittest". It just says that the technology is not always able to predetermine which are the fittest. It still affirms a rat-race, dog-eat-dog, meritocracy where Christian concepts such as charity, forgiveness and love are not part of society's values.

  13. Oh I'm sorry man. Don't freak out, that's why we're here. We can be your support group. haha
    I'm going to watch Gattaca when school's over. Looks really interesting.

    I'm also going to read the book "Do androids dream of electric sheep" by Philip K. Dick.
    the summary of the book is

    "By 2021, the World War had killed millions, driving entire species into extinction and sending mankind off-planet. Those who remained coveted any living creature, and for people who couldn't afford one, companies built incredibly realistic simulacrae: horses, birds, cats, sheep. . .
    They even built humans.
    Emigrees to Mars received androids so sophisticated it was impossible to tell them from true men or women. Fearful of the havoc these artificial humans could wreak, the government banned them from Earth. But when androids didn't want to be identified, they just blended in.
    Rick Deckard was an officially sanctioned bounty hunter whose job was to find rogue androids, and to retire them. But cornered, androids tended to fight back, with deadly results.

    Sounds like a good read :) just thought I'd share.

    Oh this is a little off topic for this post but I really think you (baba or lvb) should do an article about Justin Bieber. It seems like his music is really getting a hold of young girls, much like N'Sync and BSB did in the late 90's. But I'm concerned they're using stronger methods in his music to persuade younger minds. The stories and vids I;ve seen about girls going crazy for him (in such a short of time no doubt) is quite remarkable. Just an idea for a future article. I could be exaggerating, but I think it's worth looking into.

  14. Victoria

    If you like that sort of thing, read some William Gibson. His Neuromancer/Count Zero/Mona Lisa Overdrive trilogy is pure genius.

    It would be great if it were merely brilliant science fiction, but unfortunately, the Transhumanist cult wants that sort of world to actually exist in the future. It won't be the utopia they naively wish for. It be a dystopian world as Gibson and others describe - with a greater division between the haves and have nots, than ever before in history. Probably worse than any great fiction writer can imagine, if the H+ cult gets their way.

    Neal Preston is also another good cyberpunk author, just remember that Gibson invented the thing, so it's hard to beat the master at the game that he invented (that's a metaphor for a much larger "game" as well). :)

  15. Victoria - I think your on to something with Justin Bieber. I checked out his Wikipedia page to find out about him. He's being promoted to the max.

    I checked out his latest video - "Baby". They're obviously pushing him as the new teen idol. Right now it looks to me like he is just being positioned. He was on SNL, he performed at the White House for the Obama's. He's been on every possible talk show and kid show. His recordings and videos are very well produced.

    I imagine they'll try to do something big with him soon. Maybe this summer since that's a big time for boy idols, with all the girls being out of school and all that. You have to figure that he has a short expiration date because he's already 16 and will grow out of his role quickly. It will be interesting to see what songs they release in the summer and if any of the themes we're familiar with pop up in his music videos.

    It's funny because he looks a little like a young Ricky Martin, who we all know now is gay. And in the videos they deliberately have him doing Michael Jackson moves.

    Thanks for the heads up. We'll have to keep an eye on him.

  16. About that SNL episode, I actually watched it (just happened to be on the rare times I was watching cabel tv) And in one of the skits with Tina Fey the content was pushing pedophelia to the max, trying to make it funny. So they're already using him for their agenda, and I don't really want to know what they have in mind next.

  17. Victoria - That's disturbing. But that's SNL for you. It gives you some idea the price for fame that he's paying already. Why else would someone put up with that sort of humiliation? I guess they have found a willing puppet in him. The SNL thing is like an initiation through humiliation. If he does it and doesn't back out, then they know that he can be trusted to go to the next level. It's a test of his commitment. Sad.

  18. P.S. The casting couch isn't just for women. Read about James Dean.

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  20. What did you find particularly interesting about this interview? I only listened to the first 5 minutes and it seems like the same old stuff that he always says.

    I wouldn't put much importance on the website. He wasn't granting the interview to that site. They just found it somewhere else and posted it on their site. Dag Spicer (the interviewer) seems to be associated with the Computer History Museum in California.

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  22. It's not Ray's fault that they love his ideas, but the occult and Transhumanism are as one, that is the point. It simply is what it is.


  23. For More on Eugenics - watch a film called - Maafa21 ( preview here http://www.maafa21.com)

  24. Anonymous - You must be reading my mind because I just finished watching Maafa 21. It's very powerful. I'm going to post it to the blog later today. I was not quite sure if it was appropriate for this blog, but I think you have given me my answer.