ROBOT ALCHEMY: A look into the Transhumanist death trap, with Texe Marrs.
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All of Transhumanism is the work of charlatans.
It works like all earthly utopias: it promises you a palace, but what it will deliver will be an acre of mud and swamp. Yet, your mind [if you are ever to go on board with this, when it comes about] will be melded with the global, super-computerized Borg, so you won't really notice it.
Your body will be working in some copper mine yet your brain will be in some collective dream about global unity and paradise. That is, if you're lucky. Yet you probably won't be. Your mind will probably be put in a collective hell, because that is the natural tendency of all collective utopias, even the mental ones: they all descend into debasement and hellishness.
At a certain point, Alex and Texe touch on the point of "eternal life", the main promise of Transhumanism. And extended life WILL indeed come, yet people are in for a very BIG surprise there -- a very BIG one. The best plans of mice and men all come to some interesting ironies and, he who kills by the sword, shall die by the sword. The people who will access the beginnings of "eternal life" will be a minority; a very corrupt minority of mankind, the cream of the corrupt. They will be the ones who will have clawed their way up the ladder, by going up the corpses and the suffering of others. At the top of the ladder, they will meet their just, earthly reward -- merely a preview of what's to come for all eternity. Yet, this attempt at eternal life needs to happen, so Prophecy will be fulfilled, when it says that people will try to find death, but will NOT find it -- for a time.
Come out of her my People, while you have the time for it. Be in the world, yet don't participate in its evil. Repentance and righteousness in the eyes of God are the only things that matter in this life. And you want to be on His side, for the storm that's coming.
Texe Marrs was assistant professor of aerospace studies, teaching American Defense Policy, strategic weapons systems, and related subjects at the University of Texas at Austin from 1977 to 1982. He has also taught international affairs, political science, and psychology for two other universities. A graduate Summa Cum Laude from Park University, Kansas City, Missouri, he earned his Master's degree at North Carolina State University.