Alt-Market May 14 2013 (Thanks, A.L.)
For those who have studied the musings of the global elites, one primary “theology” rises to the surface, and it is this theology that appears to be the apex motivation in everything that they do. This “religion,” as it were, does not revolve around the worship of any single deity. Though the globalists fancy themselves academics of mythology and secret spiritualisms, in the end, they do not seek to worship a god; rather, they desire to be “worshiped” as “gods.”
This hubris is best exposed in the works of “Technocrats”, “Futurists” and “Transhumanists”; a community of eugenics obsessed elites dabbling mostly in scientific fields that claim to only be interested in identifying or predicting “future trends”. In reality, they believe in ENGINEERING future trends. They hold that technological advancement supersedes all other social concerns, and, that “old beliefs” and principles must be constantly discarded to make room for the “new”, the “modern”, the “streamlined”, or the “centralized”, which they arbitrarily deem superior.
For them, the concept of evolution is not limited to biology. They feel that the “survival of the fittest” dogma must also be applied to cultural structures, as well as cultural values.
What proponents of futurist ideals salivate over is a kind of full-spectrum control over their environment, over nature, over genetics, over matter, and over the human mind. Their rationale for this pursuit? They think that they can do it all better than the original design! This assumption is summed up well in the words of Sir Francis Galton, the official founder of the Eugenics movement:
“What nature does blindly, slowly and ruthlessly, man may do providently, quickly, and kindly. As it lies within his power, so it becomes his duty to work in that direction.”
Or the pontifications of early transhumanist R.C.W. Ettinger:
“Humanity itself is a disease, of which we must now proceed to cure ourselves…Surely it will be an advantage to be able to ‘turn off’ or ‘tune out’ one’s emotions at will, choosing fully to savor only those that are enjoyable…”
Or the creepy zealotry of futurist Barbara Max Hubbard: