Joe Allen is a regular contributor on Steve Bannon’s War Room.
He is highly knowledgable on transhumanism and what it is and how it’s affecting humanity.
Transhumanism is a philosophical and intellectual movement that explores the use of technology to enhance human capabilities and transcend the limitations of the human condition. It envisions a future where advancements in science, medicine and technology can be harnessed to enhance physical, cognitive and emotional abilities, as well as to extend human lifespan.
Transhumanists believe in using these enhancements to improve the overall well-being and quality of life for individuals and society as a whole. This can include areas such as genetic engineering, nanotechnology, artificial intelligence and cybernetics.
The ultimate goal of transhumanism, we are told, is to push the boundaries of human potential, opening up new possibilities for personal growth, human evolution, and even the exploration of post-human states of existence. It is a forward-thinking movement that raises ethical, social, and philosophical questions about the implications of these advancements.
Except that the concept quickly becomes very dark.
Joe joined me for a conversation about
- the definition of transhumanism;
- how transhumanism is interwoven into the fabric of modernity;
- why transhumanism matters;
- and what we can do to push back against transhumanism.
Regarding the last point, the truth is that we can’t really push back against transhumanism because it is a natural progression of humanity.
For example, short of taking off all my clothes and going to live in a treehouse in the middle of some remote island, I have to accept that being a luddite is not conducive to modern living.
Pushing back against centralisation is more achievable and realistic.
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