Although the unfolding third world war as a topic is now “all-consuming,” which means just about any world event can be tied back to what is unfolding in Ukraine, it is worth pondering sometimes that for the Davos world elite, world war is more of a technical tool to implement their “world-changing” plans.
The Israeli writer Yuval Harari, one of the main intellectual founders of the World Economic Forum (WEF), has stated in his works that the history of man as we know it will end in a few decades, and that something will begin that we have not yet been able to understand. Of course, the term transhumanism was probably first used by Julian Huxley, the brother of Aldous Huxley, author of the dystopian novel “Brave New World.” But since then, there have been many advocates of transhumanism, with the WEF perhaps the most prominent as of late.
This pattern is not new, since the Jacobins and the Bolsheviks, building on the ideas of the Enlightenment, already followed the same concept and the “production technology” based on this concept, the consequences of which we know — even if we have not learned much from it.
Both systems of ideas put forward the belief system, as Harari does now, that humanity had been wandering in an age of myths, and that modern science was now opening the way to the logic of the “rational mind,” that the age of science was coming, and that this was the “end of history.” After all, what could come after the Age of the Mind, which will bring about eternal peace and prosperity? In reality, however, all that has happened is that a new mythological system called “science” has arisen, a religion or rather a substitute for religion, which has become the spiritual determinant that defines human existence.
During the eras where religion dominated, the deepest foundation of human existence, in the spiritual sense, was a transcendent essence beyond man, a dignified life, a harmony of being, which the famous Hungarian poet Attila József described as “eat, drink, embrace, sleep, measure yourself against the universe.”
Instead, the Jacobin, Bolshevik and now Harari’s “globalist” view of Western modernity has put life in far “simpler” terms. Harari has cut off József’s formula exactly at the most important part: “Measure thyself against the universe.” While József refers to a world of mythology beyond our understanding, Harari replaces it with the “spiritual” essence of an eternal hedonism of eating, drinking, sex, and sleeping without value or measure. In other words, Harari presents an uninterrupted increase of material mass for the permanent satisfaction of physical pleasures, which becomes the only end goal. At the same time, this new humanity-defining goal brings the greatest possible profit to those who satisfy those needs.
Meanwhile, it seems to be becoming increasingly striking that “profit” and the essence of life on Earth have become increasingly incompatible. All that is listed as profit in the accounting ledgers is built on the “unrecorded multiplication” of the “existential wounds” we inflict within our internal and external nature. The transhumanist “brave new world” we are being sold does not intend to change this development, but will only deepen it more brutally than ever before, more than ever imaginable. To quote Attila József once again: “The ancient rat spreads a disease among us, the unthought thought.”
All the tragedies of history have been caused by the unthought thought, when man, imagining himself to be God, has imagined and realized “things” that did not exist before, without any concern for the possibility of these “things” fitting into existence. It will be no different this time around.