The Artificial Habitat for Mankind: This Isn’t the End of the Road
2012-06-11 0:00

By Daniel Taylor | OldThinkerNews.com

Humanity is under attack. Our men are are dying out. The future of mankind is uncertain.

The Global Future 2045 Congress held in Russia early this year discussed the future of humanity amidst a technological revolution. Transhumanist leader Ray Kurzweil was in attendance among other top technology leaders. Maksim Kalashnikov, a Soviet Union apologist, also attended the conference. He warned of the rise of “easily deceived” “barbarians” who’s “…video-game mentality means they could easily start to wreak havoc…” As Svetlana Smetanina reported from the conference, “If the proportion of people like this comes to encompass 50 percent of the Earth’s population, then a new “middle ages” are almost guaranteed.”

This is the discussion taking place among the elite and intelligentsia: What will we do with masses of obsolete people in the wake of the technological revolution? This article examines a few outstanding examples – recently given attention in the media- of what is being done presently, and offers a potential way out of the trap.

Look out over a cityscape and you will likely see a mass of humanity distracted, absorbed in the glowing screens of handheld devices, largely unaware of the approaching crossroads of history.

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The elite has created this situation – using corrupt human nature to their advantage – and now points at the demoralized, dulled mass of humanity left in its wake and dares to say that we are a new class of barbarians threatening to destabilize the world.



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