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  • Lisette Verri

Google's Plan for Machine Hybrids & The Immortal Agenda


Sound like the fantastical plot of a Sci-Fi novel? Or does it sound completely insane? Both are probably correct. And, the slated goal for this plan is closer than you might think.

A Satanic rapper and industry puppet (Kid Buu) was interviewed on Vlad TV recently and announced that he is a clone created in a genetics lab in Canada named Clonaid. Obviously he’s making an absurd claim. And, I almost didn't cover this because it is absurd. But there’s something about this interview that caught my attention that everyone seemed to miss, so I"m jumping back in to share with you what I saw. Right off the bat, the line of questioning was curious, like it was worked out in advance, and posed the idea of the “norms” around death for which Kid Buu offers his response and the shout out to Clonaid.

Why are so many celebrities talking about and claiming to be human clones? And, also, attempting to resurrect old hippy UFO cults from the 70s. All attention and fame seeking behavior aside, there seems to be a concerted effort to insert these ideas into the stream of consciousness of their fans. Like a social engineering experiment.

So, what are the facts? Are we capable of making human clones?

The short answer is yes. But, as far as we are told, the technology required to clone a human being is not perfected yet. There’s a multitude of ethics and procedural problems. Fetal death, severe deformities, premature death, failure after failure. It’s not looking too good for the cloning business, animal or human.

Big tech futurist transuhumanists have blazed right past the idea of human clones anyway. They had to, because they realize that humans just do not evolve into super humans like their beloved grandfathers of transhumanism predicted. Their goal is to achieve the next level of human evolution by merging human biology with the machine.

They have grandiose ideas, rooted in Darwinism and adapted by the architects of the futurist transhumanism movement, Darwin, Nietzsche, Crowley, the Huxley brothers, and pretty much every science fiction writer from modern literature. Or should I say, futurist propagandist? Because this is how their works are used, and they all come from a very specific worldview. One that is radically antichrist, devoutly atheistic, and megalomaniacal in its desire to not only modify humanity but ultimately to wrench all of creation from the hands of it’s true Creator to do with it what thou wilt.

One thing you cannot do to a group of mind-numbingly wealthy and elitist atheist intellectuals is to show them they are wrong, that their godless theories are false. The philosophy and cultural position of the transhumanist is to achieve human advancement through technology. More specifically, transhumanism demands the use of artificial enhancements to push mankind toward something “more than” human.

At it’s core, it is a form of Utopianism, the belief that human beings can change themselves and create a heaven on earth. Ultimately, they desire to eliminate human biology altogether, because well, it just keeps getting in the way of their goals.

In an article from Forbes (which can be read here), professor and Science Fiction author, Vernor Vinge, and the first to apply the physics term “singularity” for this cause says, “Within thirty years, we will have the technological means to create superhuman intelligence. Shortly after, the human era will be ended.”

Ray Kurzweil, futurist, author and co-founder of Singularity University which you’ve seen discussed in several of my videos, builds his entire platform on this straw man: “Our technology, our machines, is part of our humanity. We created them to extend ourselves, and that is what is unique about human beings.”

Machines are part of our humanity? It seems they really want us to believe this is true.

The article goes on to say that:

In the past few years, there has been considerable discussion around the idea we are slowly merging with our technology, that we are becoming transhuman, with updated abilities, including enhanced intelligence, strength, and awareness. And that, the reality of transhumanism has not just caught on with the general public as a distinct possibility — it has become a living, breathing reality.

And, Google is a major player in the transhumanist movement. Stephen Levy, author of In the Plex, said in 2011 and I quote: “From the very start, its founders saw Google as a vehicle to realize the dream of artificial intelligence in augmenting humanity.”

Google hired Kurzweil to be its Director of Engineering in 2012. Kurzweil has been pushing his propaganda for years by authoring several books, titles like The Age of Spiritual Machines and The Singularity is Near: When Humans Transcend Biology.

Quoted from the latter book, Kurzweil asserts: “The Singularity will represent the culmination of the merger of our biological thinking and existence with our technology, resulting in a world that is still human but that transcends our biological roots.”

Of course Kurzweil and everyone from this camp have two things in common. They are very, very wealthy. And, they are all atheist, communist technocrats, who believe very strongly in the New World Order and have invested their time and effort to the cause. Their vision? To fast-track a technocratic fascist oligarchy and global system of control and package it as a plan for a man-made utopia.

For the rest of the story...

Join me as I explore the hidden agenda to push the world toward technocratic communism using a variety of psyops and cult-like propaganda. Witness the strategies of an operation that started more than a century ago, kicked into high-gear during the counter-culture era of the 60s, and evolved into a very dangerous movement that threatens to irreversibly change humanity forever.

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