by David Livingstone — Transhumanism: From MK-Ultra to Google (Abridged by henrymakow.com) May 13, 2014
Despite Google’s dictum of “Don’t Be Evil,” the company has aligned itself with the grand designs of American imperialism, which is a sock puppet for the Masonic Jewish NWO. Its executive chairman Eric Schmidt attended the infamous Bilderberg conference in 2008, 2010, 2011 and 2013. Schmidt also has a listed membership with the Trilateral Commission.
Far more disturbing, however, is Google’s totalitarian plan to create a New World Order under a superconscious computer likened to God. While it may sound like science fiction, Google execs have been advancing the cause of “technological singularity,” and the advent of superhuman intelligence, known as “transhumanism.”
These delusional ambitions have their origin in the CIA-sponsored Cybernetics Group, inspired by the Macy Conferences of the 1940’s and 50’s. They were inheritors of the mad scientists of the Frankfurt School, a group of neo-Freudians who manufactured the foundations of American popular culture. Beginning with the 60s counterculture, it fostered the rise of the “personal computer,” which grew out of the CIA”s MK-Ultra program for the proliferation of LSD.
It would be through the aid of powerful psychedelics that the transhumanists would be aided in developing a delusional wonderment with this completely implausible scenario of a conscious computer.
Henry Makow provides a revealing account from his meeting with the aging MK-Ultra evangelist, Timothy Leary, left, in 1990. Makow reports:
Unfortunately, Leary was fixated on the benefits of what was then called the ‘information superhighway.’ Pioneer of LSD, his pantry table was crammed with bottles of alcohol.
He told me his “vision of God” was depicted in the last scene in William Gibson’s book “Neuromancer.”
At the end of the world, all the information stored in all the computers will rise up into Cyberspace and mingle together.” he said. “That’s God.”
These aspirations are outgrowths of the Kabbalah, according to which man is evolving to become God without actually improving morally. From its origins with Isaac Luria in the sixteenth century, the idea has now evolved so that humans will become gods by creating intelligent life in the form of a supercomputer.