Thursday, June 11, 2015

Reproductive Thoughts and Nightmares

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Brave New World
...In a June 2011 interview, Suleman purportedly told In Touch Weekly: "I hate babies, they disgust me... Obviously, I love them — but I absolutely wish I had not had them."[31] Suleman later stated she did not give an interview with the magazine,[32] but a recorded audio tape surfaced three weeks later....[33]

The second most powerful urge felt by humans is the urge to reproduce. The first is the urge to survive. From puberty onward....the relentless drumbeat of the biological clock is felt and heard by the young. Never before in history, has human reproduction been such a minefield. Technology and medical advances have overcome infertility (which has actually been increased by environmental degradation) and even human biology. Now homosexuals can enter into same sex relationships and have children through artificial insemination...which involves its own complexities.

There are some young women, believe it or not...who, although single and never in a relationship, will have children (sometimes several) through artificial insemination. Amazingly, they (and this is a relatively common practice) are also able to do this without paying the usual exorbitant medical costs for artificial insemination...if they belong to a certain culture/religion. Entities within the religion/culture will pick up the tab...part of a policy of increasing this particular birthrate, I guess. The women then bring their children up on welfare, paid for by the state. I know this is hard to believe but it's true.

I have some nagging doubts about the right of mothers to deny children knowledge of who their fathers are---and the right of men to procreate without any responsibility for their offspring. I know this has been going on since time immemorial...but that doesn't make it right. We all know of people who spend years of their lives trying to locate their roots and biological history. Whose interests are we considering when we ignore childrens' rights even prior to their conception?

Even more concerningly, nanotechnology and genetic modification are just on the horizon and will present so many more "options" for those born into future societies.  Recently, the transhuman guru Kurzweil said:

"...Within 15 years, humans will be implanted with nanobots that will connect their brains to the internet, allowing for vastly accelerated cognition. Ten years after that, most of our thinking “will be done online,” according to futurologist Ray Kurzweil.
“Our thinking then will be a hybrid of biological and non-biological thinking. We’ll be able to extend our limitations and think in the cloud. We’re going to put gateways to the cloud in our brains,” said Kurzweil, director of engineering at Google, during a keynote speech at the Exponential Finance conference in New York.“We’re going to gradually merge and enhance ourselves. In my view, that’s the nature of being human – we transcend our limitations.”


I believe nanotechnology is already here--in the form of geoengineering of the skies, as one example. I believe that chemtrails contain experimental substances--which may be affecting biology (genetics) all over the planet. But humanity has been kept out of the loop on this and other research that is being done to/on us. Elites, like the attendees at the Bilderberg conferences, deem themselves to be the only "deciders" in these matters. Doesn't humanity belong to all humans anymore? At what stage in human development will we be boring into human bodies to plant the nanobots or spliced chromosomes?

It all leads to the fundamental question..."What is a human?" When will the line between human and AI (artificial intelligence) be crossed in terms of reproductive technology? I think it's time that the United Nations earned its salt and held a global conference on reproductive technology. We need to put all the cards on the table, air all the secret technologies and then draw some bottom lines as to "Who is human" and what are fundamental human rights....(eg., the right to know one's biological history?)  Humanity needs to tackle these questions before the reproductive/technological horses are out of the barn. We need a whole new chapter of legislation re human medical and constitutional rights to protect the human species.

Recently on TV I saw a trailer for a movie that IMO, follows in the long history of Hollywood preparing us for historical fait accompli's. The children's movie, called "Inside Out", seems to be about the "little voices" in one's head.



It made me shudder to think that this is where human biology is going....to a place where even our secret innermost thoughts are on view. I don't believe we will still be human at that stage. What is going on is a relentless effort on behalf of the PTB to separate humans from our human biology. Human biology has historically been inextricably bonded to and guided by our emotions, ethics and cultural values. "They" want to get rid of all that...so we can all just be like bug specimens under a glass.  Just another resource they can plunder for fun and profit.

Canadian poet and musician Leonard Cohen wrote a dystopian song called "The Future"...where he describes a society without emotions, ethics and cultural values....I have posted this video before...because it haunts me on several levels:

Leonard Cohen singing "The Future"

The most significant line, IMO, ...and warning about the future is:
..."I've seen the nations rise and fall
I've heard their stories, heard them all
But love's the only engine of survival..."

When reproduction is completely devoid of love (Human empathy)...then I believe we will cease being humans.

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