This summer I read an article about vaccine trials in South Africa, using chimpanzee DNA -
The content on this site varies widely in quality, but some is quite good, and this is worth reading. I wondered if the reason for vaccinating the whole world might be to engineer a subspecies of part-human, part-chimp hybrids. Later I participated in a conference organized by the Institute of Physics in Wales, and I put the question to the scientists, "If evolution is a law, is it within the remit of science to go against it and engineer a subspecies of part-ape hybrids?" There was no shock, no revulsion, only someone said "evolution isn't a law, it's an explanation," and a law professor said "well those people would have different rights, legally speaking." I got the strong feeling that they didn't see anything wrong with the idea. Then, a little later, I read this in Yuval Noah Harari's 21 Lessons for the 21st Century (2018):
"...instead of globalization resulting in global unity, it might actually result in 'speciation': the divergence of mankind into different species... as the upper caste congregates inside a self-proclaimed 'civilization' and builds walls and moats to separate it from the hordes of 'barbarians' outside ... Not just entire classes, but entire countries and continents might become irrelevant. Fortifications guarded by drones and robots might separate the self-proclaimed civilized zone, where cyborgs fight one another with logic bombs, from the barbarian lands where feral humans fight one another with machetes and Kalashnikovs."
Who on earth would say such a thing? That entire continents could become irrelevant? And just how would that happen?
666=2/3, mind and body without heart. The only other place the number occurs in the Bible is with Solomon, who received 666 gold talents every year. Solomon was the one who let the Phoenicians in.
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I never read any Marcuse, but apparently he's (according to famous 9/11 truth hater Matt Taibbi):
Often called the “Father of the New Left,” and the inspiration for a generation of furious thought-policing nitwits of the Robin DiAngelo school, Marcuse was a great intellectual. Most Americans have never heard of him — he died in 1979 — but his ideas today are ubiquitous as Edison’s lightbulbs. He gave us everything from “Silence Equals Violence” to “Too Much Democracy” to the “Crisis of Misinformation” to In Defense of Looting to the 1619 Project and Antiracist Baby, and from the grave has cheered countless recent news stories, from the firing of Mandalorian actress Gina Corano to the erasure of raw footage of the Capitol riot from YouTube.
Marcuse is so influential that subscribers thought it would be a good idea to review his books, rather than go one-by-one through the seemingly interminable list of homage texts dominating bestseller lists in recent years. When I told a friend, he warned with a chuckle about the author’s “spectacularly bad synthesis,” mimicking the old Reese’s Peanut Butter cup jingle: “You got your Marx in my Freud!” I read One-Dimensional Man, and a painful collection essays that included the famed Bible of post-liberal thinking, Repressive Tolerance. Conclusion number one: a person more hostile to the sensual possibilities of literature would be difficult to imagine. Reading Marcuse is like eating a bowl of thumbtacks. The style is nothing, however, next to the ideas. My God, the ideas!
Wikipedia tells us that Marcuse was a "German-American" philosopher. Then it tells us he was from a Jewish family. He studied under Edmund Husserl, who, according to Wiki, was a German philosopher who was born into a Jewish family. They were followers of Marx, ditto. It must be said again and again, Jews cannot be American or German or French, they can only be Israelites unless they abjure that religion and adopt Christianity.
18 February 2021 - Whoops.
I've never had a regularly-updated blog, and I realized if I keep adding to a single page it might get to be too big to process editing, so future blog posts will be here. I might merge the two in the future.