Artificial Intelligence – The WEF’s Tool To Recreate Man Into A Cyborg, The Transhumanists Ultimate End Game In Their Drive For Global Control By Kathleen Gotto – All News PipeLine
It is not hard to see the academic trail that the World Economic Forum’s developers and adherents follow to arrive where they are today in their ongoing quest to reduce mankind’s intrinsic value as created by God. One can follow the philosophy behind Klaus Schwab’s WEF by scrutinizing its website. For instance, in one of their Artificial Intelligence sections the WEF clearly states that AI is a “key driver in the Fourth Industrial Revolution.” For a deeper look into WEF’s AI initiative, their Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution is informative.
In researching the contributors and supporters for the philosophy behind WEF, one such group listed is Clarivate academics from Bocconi University in Milan, Italy. Clarivate has a long history with The Zoological Record of 1870, (hereafter referred to as the “Record”) published by various publishers over the years. Clarivate Analytics is the most recent publisher and proclaims its story began with the foundation of the Record in 1864.
The Record is an astounding compilation of journals, papers and memoirs by early leaders of zoology. On pages 6 and 7 in a discussion on mammals, man is described as a Quadrumana (now an outdated taxonomic division within the primates) mammal, essentially the same as anthropoid apes based on a determination of the apes’ posterior hand being similar in muscle structure to man’s hands. Hence, man’s ape connection. However, if that is the case, why not put apes in the homininae subfamily primate group since their posterior hand muscle is similar to that of man’s? Perhaps because it might be considered indelicate to elevate the beast but perfectly acceptable to demote man. Man’s demotion obviously best fits the evolutionists’ agenda to reduce and equate man’s essence to that of apes. Indeed, Yuval Harari, advisor to Klaus Schwab, states in his book, Sapiens a Brief History of Humankind, “…Just 6 million years ago, a single female ape had two daughters. One became the ancestor of all chimpanzees, the other is our own grandmother…” For a supposed intelligent academic to make such a silly categorical statement shows his limitation to, and agreement with, early evolutionists. Little wonder then that he proclaims man to be a hackable animal. For a deeper glimpse into Harari during an interview of his book, Homo Deus, Harari makes truly blasphemous statements against Judeo-Christian dogma in a presumed effort to bolster and sell his peculiar belief system.
Harari is also an important mouthpiece on AI for WEF and is an intriguing character in a way. On the one hand, he warns against the dangers of dystopian AI to man if it is not globally regulated, yet at the end of his October 29, 2021 CBS interview, he praises AI as being utopian and able to create the best healthcare in history. So, he gives a dose of double-speak in that interview and it is up to the reader to ferret out the real meaning of his words.
Harari publicly states his belief that “history began when humans invented gods and will end when humans become gods.” Do the elites plan on using AI to attain godhood? Can’t help but wonder if Harari realizes the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints beat him to that anti-Christian stance a long time ago. Most notably, of course, was the mind seduction and disobedience of God’s first creations.
It could be noted that the Mormon belief that men can become gods is parsed in their doctrine in such a way as to obscure this tenet of their faith. It differs from Christian doctrine which proclaims One Trinitarian God, as Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Those who mock the concept of how one essence can be three may consider something very simple and common: H₂O, which can be in three forms: liquid, steam or solid, depending upon which stimuli is used to increase or decrease the movement of the atoms. That might admittedly be a weak attempt to explain how God can exist in three forms, but it nonetheless has some value for finite minds to ponder. And it trumps having a chimpanzee for a grandmother!