Yuval Noah Harari, the WEF, and the insane notion of literally turning humans into machines. And JP Sears obliterates the narrative.
Ever hear of Yuval Noah Harari? Me neither until I watched the great JP Sears’ excellent video about the World Economic Forum (WEF).
More on JP’s video below.
But let’s focus on Yuval Noah Harari for the moment.
Or maybe not. Yikes.
I’ll begin by saying this; it’s very hard for me to research people like this inhuman scumbag of a monster, because well, I think you just read the reason why.
I can’t stand to listen to or read what these crazed so-called higher intellectuals have to say or what they plan because they are evil.
Just because someone has Dr. before their name or is a “noted expert” doesn’t make them correct in any way shape or form.
It’s time the general public stopped taking everything these people are selling at face value. You’d think after listening to the constantly changing narrative from another notable “Doctor” for the past two years we’d all start questioning things more…
Back to this insane madman.
Here’s an article he penned in The Guardian on September 14th, 2018:
He begins by cleverly trying to defuse any criticism of what he’s about to spring so that he can rebut any counter argument as him “being taken out of context” or “an attack on free speech”. This is hilarious given that his little organization is literally suppressing free speech across the world.
Let’s see what the “good doctor” has to say:
So should I speak my mind openly, risking that my words could be taken out of context and used by demagogues and autocrats to further attack the liberal order? Or should I censor myself? It is a mark of illiberal regimes that they make free speech more difficult even outside their borders. Due to the spread of such regimes, it is becoming increasingly dangerous to think critically about the future of our species.
This is a tactic that the left uses (and frankly has worn out badly) that should by now very familiar to us all. If you don’t agree with whatever they say you’re a “fill in the blank-aphobic” and you must be silenced. And they also accuse others of what they’re doing.
How noble of them.
What Harari then goes on to do is to try and tell the reader that any attempt to stop their movement is futile and lays out historical events as examples of what he calls “liberalism” that in his amazing mind should have been stopped dead in its tracks.
What this crackpot considers liberalism is a far cry from what I might think of what liberalism is. Most liberals aren’t violent extremists hell bent on destroying everyone and everything in their path and looks at everything in our past as dogma.
Quite the contrary, a classic liberal typically is an idealist who wants to convince others of their idealistic way of thinking which usually doesn’t include trying to bash your head in.
This is the difference between liberalism and leftism. But that’s a discussion for another time.
But back to Harari; he then frames his argument that, well, let’s use his own words so we don’t take anything out of context:
Liberalism is founded on the belief in human liberty. Unlike rats and monkeys, human beings are supposed to have “free will”. This is what makes human feelings and human choices the ultimate moral and political authority in the world. Liberalism tells us that the voter knows best, that the customer is always right, and that we should think for ourselves and follow our hearts.
Unfortunately, “free will” isn’t a scientific reality. It is a myth inherited from Christian theology.
So wait a minute. All of my life I was brought up to believe life is about choices that all of us are free to make and we are responsible for the choices we make and the consequences of those decisions.
And don’t rats and monkeys have the brain power to make decisions and decide where to go to find food and shelter? I don’t either species is that low on intelligence, are they?
According to Harari, this is a myth thrust upon humankind by theologians instead of what I’ve always thought were decisions like:
“Maybe I’ll take the highway home tonight” or “I’ll have the sirloin medium rare” or “I’ll wear a blue shirt today” and on and on.
Aren’t all those all simple examples of choices we make that all stem from free will?
Once we reach a certain age, virtually all of us make hundreds of decisions every day that are ours and ours alone.
Are we influenced? Of course we are, but again, the end result of any action is a conscious decision that we ourselves ultimately make on our own.
If we ask someone else, “What do you think, highway or backroads? Steak or chicken? Blue or green?” Are we still not weighing in and making a final decision ourselves?
To counter that assertion Harari posits the following:
This myth has little to do with what science now teaches us about Homo sapiens and other animals. Humans certainly have a will – but it isn’t free. You cannot decide what desires you have. You don’t decide to be introvert or extrovert, easy-going or anxious, gay or straight. Humans make choices – but they are never independent choices. Every choice depends on a lot of biological, social and personal conditions that you cannot determine for yourself. I can choose what to eat, whom to marry and whom to vote for, but these choices are determined in part by my genes, my biochemistry, my gender, my family background, my national culture, etc – and I didn’t choose which genes or family to have.
On one hand he says that you have a will (that isn’t free dontcha know) then states you can’t decide anything because it’s influenced by environment.
I’ll agree that our decisions are shaped by influences…but I totally disagree that “you cannot decide what desires you have”.
So my genes and surroundings etc. influence where I want to drive, what to eat, and what to wear, but then I can’t make any decisions for myself.
Read what he says there again:
You cannot decide what desires you have.
Apparently every single thing in our lives is a fait accompli according to Harari ala the Vikings belief that everything in life is predetermined by the gods they believed in.
I guess that it’s the same idea only Harari doesn’t believe in any divine intervention. But seemingly does believe in fatalism.
And that’s ok as I’ve often wondered as many others have as well, if our lives are already laid out in the sense that maybe whatever choice I made was what was “in the cards” but that’s exactly more what the Vikings believed rather than Harari’s assertion that you have no choice at all.
But to do that, you have to believe in some sort of fate which in turn, in my opinion, leads one to believe in some sort of deity or deities who decide our fates.
He’s not talking about predetermined circumstance, he’s saying those choices were already decided by genetics.
OK. Let’s follow that logic.
He offers this as “proof” (using another tactic, that which really can’t be unproven):
This is not abstract theory. You can witness this easily. Just observe the next thought that pops up in your mind. Where did it come from? Did you freely choose to think it? Obviously not. If you carefully observe your own mind, you come to realise that you have little control of what’s going on there, and you are not choosing freely what to think, what to feel, and what to want.
To which I counter, how the hell can you prove this as fact?
But because Harari’s an intellectual, his theory or rather his dogmatic affirmation in his big brain is gospel.
Ok, so where’s he going with all this dismantling of the notion that we have free will?
But now the belief in “free will” suddenly becomes dangerous. If governments and corporations succeed in hacking the human animal, the easiest people to manipulate will be those who believe in free will.
This is all been leading up to what his buddies at the WEF are trying to accomplish. Note the reference to “governments and corporations” there.
But the scariest part is he also mentions “hacking the human animal”.
He dehumanizes people by first referring to them as animals (remember the rats and monkeys?) and saying that there is a need for them to be manipulated and controlled.
In order to successfully hack humans, you need two things: a good understanding of biology, and a lot of computing power. The Inquisition and the KGB lacked this knowledge and power. But soon, corporations and governments might have both, and once they can hack you, they can not only predict your choices, but also reengineer your feelings. To do so, corporations and governments will not need to know you perfectly. That is impossible. They will just have to know you a little better than you know yourself. And that is not impossible, because most people don’t know themselves very well.
By referencing the Inquisition and the KGB, Harari drops any pretense of where he’s going here. In case you need that spelled out for you, it means:
He’s talking about predicting choices and also reengineering your feelings.
If this doesn’t scare the crap out of you (provided your genetics allow you to come to that conclusion) you need to read on:
Propaganda and manipulation are nothing new, of course. But whereas in the past they worked like carpet bombing, now they are becoming precision-guided munitions. When Hitler gave a speech on the radio, he aimed at the lowest common denominator, because he couldn’t tailor his message to the unique weaknesses of individual brains.
Yes, Hitler tailored his message to a certain type:
People who can be convinced that everything they were taught and knew and think they know is and was all wrong, and that with this new regime they they can be empowered and weaponized to be part of a better world.
Or as Gene Wilder’s character the Waco Kid in Blazing Saddles said:
It seems Harari learned a lot from Hitler (well they’re from the same “theology”):
In order to survive and prosper in the 21st century, we need to leave behind the naive (sp)view of humans as free individuals – a view inherited from Christian theology as much as from the modern Enlightenment – and come to terms with what humans really are: hackable animals. We need to know ourselves better.
Destroy religion, destroy tradition, trumpet the invisible promise of a future where you will have no choices and be better off for it.
In fact the WEF says:
The rest of Harari’s arguments go on to tear down all religions and teachings that we all have known throughout our lives and to embrace this new way of thinking because the old way is, well, selfish according to him.
Or you know “gaslighting” to put a finer point on it.
The point of his article is to say that humans are easily influenced and that you’re being influenced anyway and you can’t really and never have been able to think for yourself so why not let us take that burden away from you and do it for you.
That’s where they’re heading, or so they think.
The definition of transhumanism according to Brittanica is:
transhumanism, social and philosophical movement devoted to promoting the research and development of robust human-enhancement technologies. Such technologies would augment or increase human sensory reception, emotive ability, or cognitive capacity as well as radically improve human health and extend human life spans. Such modifications resulting from the addition of biological or physical technologies would be more or less permanent and integrated into the human body.
JP Sears: Is Klaus Schwab the Most Dangerous Man in the World?
Klaus Schwab, George Soros, Bill Gates, and the rest of the “fun bunch” lunatics at the WEF are no different than the fictional Dr. Frankenstein, Dr. Evil, or virtually every James Bond villain.
Except these bastards are real people and they’re intending to do what all those movie villains tried to do. The exception being Dr. Frankenstein supposedly really believed his experiments would result in the betterment of mankind whereas these guys aren’t going down that road by any stretch of the imagination. But, it’s still the same misguided notion to try and reengineer nature.
Under the guidance of my new preceptors, I entered with the greatest diligence into the search of the philosopher's stone and the elixir of life; but the latter soon obtained my undivided attention. Wealth was an inferior object, but what glory would attend the discovery, if I could banish disease from the human frame, and render man invulnerable to any but a violent death! -Dr. Victor von Frankenstein
Well we all know how that story worked out…
In JP Sears’ brilliant video above, he does an amazing job of detailing exactly what these insane power hungry ghouls have in store for the rest of us who aren’t in their little Crazy Billionaires Bastards Club™. (The CBBC?)
Some great quotes from JP:
Fear mongering about climate change and disease are big goals of theirs. “Welcome to Davos! Just park your private jet over there and then go inside and pretend to be concerned about climate change.”
Was the Dr. Evil character based on this reptile?
Which brings us to our old friend Yuval Noah Harari…
But my favorite economic forum speaker of all time forum is this reptile. Klaus Schwab’s top advisor Dr. Yuval Noah Harari. Let’s see what he has to say!
Go to the 3:25 mark of the video to follow along if you like.
Our “friend Dr. Harari” goes on to explain the benefits of re-engineering humans.
Now in the past, many tyrants and governments wanted to do it. But nobody understood biology well enough. And nobody had enough computing power and data to hack millions of people. Neither the Gestapo nor the KGB could do it.
I guess old Yuval figured the Inquisition was passé enough as a reference to be replaced by the Gestapo.
Fair enough then.
But soon, at least some corporations and governments will be able to systematically hack all the people.
And some call people like me crazy.
Here is a guy who represents the World Economic Forum openly and brazenly advocating for hacking human beings and mind control by corporations and governments.
But people like me are nuts because I believe that President Donald Trump was right about everything he’s warned us about since Day 1.
As JP says:
Didn’t anyone bother telling this guy not to say any of this out loud on camera? It’s, it’s a.. lot of evidence.
Is the big picture starting to come into focus now? Not what might be happening, but what is happening.
This modern day antithesis of the well intentioned Dr. Frankenstein goes on to trash the existence of God or a god and then blabbers on about his visions of an autonomous army of mindless humans.
Kind of like every other dictator like Hitler, Stalin, Mao, and all the others before and after them.
Oh wait, so those guys aren’t anomalies?
You mean there are still and endless supply of Bond villains who are out to destroy and control civilization?
Sure are. And we have to stop them.
More JP Quotes
I wonder why Google censors and shapes information to be in exact support of the World Economic Forum’s narrative.
Oh another fun fact, the Word Economic Forum is “predicting” a world wide cyber attack. I’m pretty much a wizard at predicting the things I’m gonna do too.
So it seems like the WEF are hell bent on accomplishing the end game of transhumanism and you owning nothing.
Let’s look at the tactics that were applied here so that they can be easily identifiable:
Start by stating that any contrary arguments or opinions are taking the initial statements out of context or repressing free speech
Destroy all traditional beliefs and philosophy
Mock any traditions and culture as out of date, no longer applicable and primitive
Present a utopian vision of what “life could be” if only everyone would just “comply and submit”
Accuse others of what you’re actually doing
Corporations and governments are the answer
Monolithic control is the only way forward
Humans are the enemy
You are disposable
You don’t matter
The state is your god
I’d like to add the song Free Will and the lyrics from the band Rush in closing.
There are those who think that life
Has nothing left to chance
With a host of holy horrors
To direct our aimless dance
A planet of playthings
We dance on the strings
Of powers we cannot perceive
“The stars aren’t aligned –
Or the gods are malign”
Blame is better to give than receive
You can choose a ready guide
In some celestial voice
If you choose not to decide
You still have made a choice
You can choose from phantom fears
And kindness that can kill
I will choose a path that’s clear
I will choose free will
There are those who think that
They were dealt a losing hand
The cards were stacked against them
They weren’t born in Lotus-Land
A prisoner in chains
A victim of venomous fate
Kicked in the face
You can’t pray for a place
In Heaven’s unearthly estate
Each of us
A cell of awareness
Imperfect and incomplete
With uncertain ends
On a fortune hunt
That’s far too fleet…
I think that sums up a nice counter to Dr. Strangequack’s sick little ideas.
On to the next battle.
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