Which is More Moral, War or Mind Control Slavery?

U.S. Marine Corps Staff Sgt. Keith J. Losordo shows a high-school student how to remotely operate the Mk2 Talon robot.
U.S. Marine Corps Staff Sgt. Keith J. Losordo, an explosive ordnance disposal technician with the 8th Engineer Support Battalion, shows high school freshman Conor McGuire how to remotely operate the Mk2 Talon robot. The demonstration, held in 2015, was geared to inspire students in their own robotic design pursuits. Strong family and a reverence for God is needed to spark creativity that isn’t tyrannical or evil. Credit: U.S. Marine Corps image by Lance Cpl. Michelle Reif.


It is essential that Christians follow the transhumanism conversation. It’s a nightmare, and if we don’t face it, it will overcome us. “The Pentagon’s Brain, An uncensored history of DARPA, America’s top secret military research agency,” by Annie Jacobsen is mandatory reading. Or, if you prefer, you can listen to her sensual voice via audiobook. I know, I’m a Christian, but fact is fact, the woman has an alluring voice. She also, apparently, has access to insiders, or former insiders who are putting her on the trail to some shocking declassified government documents. Her other works include “Area 51, An uncensored history of America’s top secret military base,” “Operation Paperclip, The secret intelligence program that brought Nazi Scientists to America,” “Phenomena, The secret history of the U.S. government’s investigations into extrasensory perception and psychokinesis,” “Surprise, Kill, Vanish, The secret history of CIA paramilitary armies, operations, and assassins,” and “First Platoon, A story of modern war in the age of identity dominance.”

DARPA stands for Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. It is responsible for ensuring that America never experiences another Sputnik Moment, another moment when we are taken by surprise and outdone by our enemies. Officially, the agency is responsible for “creating breakthrough technologies and capabilities for national security.” Its predecessor was ARPA, which did the same thing, but now the defense focus is crystal clear. Or as clear as any boringly named agency can be. What does that mean, exactly? Agent orange? Yup. Dropping sensors along the Ho Chi Minh Trail to detect movement? Yup, though not successful at the time. Use of x-ray like technology to penetrate jungle foliage along the trail? Yup, but not successful, or so they claim. You have to hand it to ARPA/DARPA; it actually allows scientists to think creatively, and to do that, some ideas will not be workable. Of course, they’ll let you know when something doesn’t work; they’ll neglect to let you know when they figure it out and it’s working like a charm. There’s a reason, though, why scientists are stereotypically caricatured as wild-hair madmen. They are driven to discover solutions, to answer questions, to potentially push an idea beyond moral boundaries. Frankenstein’s monster is a bad idea. The problem at the time was how can we figure out what’s going on along the Ho Chi Minh Trail. Now we have through-wall surveillance.

Something to keep in the back of your mind: The first civilian head of the Central Intelligence Agency was Allen Welsh Dulles, who had a son that he named for his father, the boy’s grandfather. Allen Macy Dulles Jr. served as a young officer in the U.S. Marine Corps during the Korean War. He suffered a traumatic brain injury that left him with no short-term memory. Think 10-second Tom in the movie “50 First Dates.” Seriously, this is a horrifying condition that would leave any father with an all-consuming ambition to help heal his son. Only this father was in a position to influence the research conducted by ARPA/DARPA. Dulles Jr. received the best of care and lived a long life, but he was never cured of his condition. He passed in 2020.

So, if during the Vietnam War in the 1960s we were able to drop and plant sensors, and if during Afghanistan in the 2010s we were able to watch targeted individuals take a dump, is it unreasonable to assume that we could have clearly watched via satellite, drone, or some other means, IEDs (improvised explosive device) being planted in Iraq? Am I being too jaded? EOD (explosive ordnance disposal) technicians were overworked, even with the help of robotic EOD assistants. When they cleared a location, hours later they needed to return and do it again. Does anyone else think this is an incongruous path of technological military weapons advancement? Are you telling us that IEDs caught the U.S. and her allies by surprise? Why am I not buying it? Sure named robots saved lives, and FNG robots would be brought in to replace them, but it didn’t save enough human lives, it didn’t prevent enough traumatic brain injuries. Injuries that would have killed a man in Vietnam, were now instantly treated with cooling on the battlefield so the brain would not swell and some hope for healing could be salvaged. Yes, avoid urban warfare at all costs, even Sun Tzu says so, but DARPA had nearly 30 years to see what was happening on the ground. Did they let it happen for the sake of brain research?

Jacobsen would never, ever, aline things this way in her work. War is complicated, and sometimes the best intentions fail in heartbreaking ways. But stick with me. Aside from dust-ups all over the globe, America was not involved in any large-scale wars from Vietnam to September 11, 2001 and the launch of the 20-year GWOT, Global War On Terrorism. That’s 26 years of relative peace. Nearly three decades of simply dealing with issues in short, targeted operations, by high-speed, low-drag studs who wanted in on the game. I’m not making light of Operation Urgent Fury, Operation Just Cause, or Mogadishu or Nigeria, or any other action that caused the loss of even a single American life, but there were no large-scale wars that required massive troop mobilization. That could not have made the military industrial complex happy…or the depopulation technofreaks…or the scientists at DARPA. War makes the research go ’round.

The saying goes that World War I was the chemists’ war, World War II belonged to the physicists, and that GWOT, the cultural-centric battle for hearts and minds,  is where the sociologists and anthropologists shine. In the beginning of ARPA/DARPA only hard scientists conducted research on forward-looking defense projects. Now biologists, psychologists, and neurologists are driving the show. Here’s the deal though, the D in DARPA is for defense, national security, war. It’s not for the betterment of mankind. DARPA uses veteran amputees to test prosthetic limbs that can be activated by thought alone, but veteran amputees don’t get to live with those prosthetics. They return home with their hook hands, which have remained essentially the same since World War I. DARPA isn’t trying to improve the lives of veterans; it’s trying to improve the motion of robotic limbs.

Here’s an example of the type of questions DARPA is currently working on: Why do salamanders regenerate limbs but humans only produce scar tissue? Even if you remove the scar tissue, humans only produce more scar tissue. Why not a new limb to replace the one lost in war? Now Jacobsen would never say this, but I will. Heck, why not new junk to replace the junk lost in the IED explosion? But remember, it’s nice to assume that DARPA scientists are working to better the lives of wounded veterans. That’s not their mission.

Another thing to keep in the back of your mind: It’s estimated that within 30 years the majority of young Americans will be sterile because endocrine system disruptors, which are found in processed foods, personal hygiene products, laundry detergent, furniture, flooring, carpets, and a billion other items, most notably plastics and radiation from cell phones and towers, keep us addicted, overweight, and diseased. The reproductive system, however, is the most likely to succumb to the constant barrage of chemicals and radiation. Companies don’t care, because they make money on the back end, too, when they sell you the “cures” or “treatments.” There’s a big industry around helping young couples get pregnant nowadays.

If DARPA’s sole concern is the betterment of warfighters on the battlefield, and we already have biological interface with technological weaponry… (fill in the blank.) When Cindy Sheehan was protesting the war, her anti-war followers were surveilled by dragonflies in aerial formation. Only dragonflies fly solo. OK, so the highly accurate bomb-detecting bees were a no-go for military leaders, but the rats that they implanted with a chip and remote-controlled through a maze, now that could be useful if applied to warfighters. “Your other left!” Don’t laugh. It’s science fact that no chip is required; they can do it remotely and have been testing and perfecting it on U.S. civilians without their consent ever since President Barack Obama made it legal to do so. Human warfighters also suffer decline in a sensory-deprivation situation, which is what happens when you put a soldier in a protective suit that makes him better on the battlefield and saves his life—not that they care about saving lives, but they care greatly about super-soldiers and battlefield dominance. Enter the climate-controlled exoskeleton. Fanciful, right? Nope, fact.

Ever read “Roberts Ridge, A story of courage and sacrifice on Takur Ghar Mountain, Afghanistan” by Malcolm MacPherson? There were a couple of take-always from that tragic day. One, GPS-dependence made it challenging for Army Ranger leaders to recalculate landing zones and distances when plans changed mid-helicopter-ride. Granted, getting thrown from side to side while trying to do math, isn’t easy, but every time we give over a skill to technology, we humans get slower at performing the task. In turn, that leaves military leaders wanting warfighters to have Terminator-like information feeds in their peripheral vision. And how about monitors to optimize oxygen, calm fears, pour on super-human strength and endurance when needed, eliminate the need for sleep? Wait, why don’t we just turn it all over to the robots? Your phone can’t even recognize you you half the time and we want a robot sniping? But it’s coming. It’s definitely coming.

The other take-away from “Roberts Ridge” is that when commanders witnessed the heat signatures of the enemy killing one of our men, the emotional impact was palpable. Robots don’t have emotions; they also don’t think, and so the mind has become the begin-all and end-all of everything from marketing to how future wars will be fought. In the meantime, there are more protections and concern over laboratory rats by animal-rights activists than there are over American citizens being used as guinea pigs. Mind control, like the rat being remotely controlled through a maze, can now be performed on humans remotely. Electric shock on the go, as it were, removal of dreams and daydreams, the invoking emotions, and zero privacy no matter where you are or what you’re doing, can all be done remotely.

Listen, if we don’t pull God into this conversation immediately, transhumanim will be a short ride to post-humanism. British Christian John C. Lennox’s book, “2084, Artificial intelligence and the future of humanity,” is as good a place to start as any. You can also catch some of his talks on YouTube. Because synthetic cognition, the attempt to build an artificial brain, is ongoing in a laboratory in the Santa Fe National Forest. DARPA scientists want to build machines that are as intelligent, as aware of their individuality and connections, and as creatively adaptive as humans. Folks, 300,000 veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan have traumatic brain injuries. DARPA is working on implanted chips and electrodes that help brain-injured warriors overcome memory and PTSD symptoms. Or so it says, but wouldn’t all this research of the brain aid in the development of the artificial brain?

Back to regeneration of limbs and genitalia, and the possible sterilization of the human race. Where does this interface of man and machine, or woman and machine, go? Why did God-fearing, patriotic alpha males need to be drummed out of the services? You know, the ones who didn’t trust robots on the battlefield or who, God bless them, simply wanted to remain fully and solely human? Jacobsen makes clear in her book that the military targeted that type of thinking for eradication. Why did the VA issue a report admitting that all types of surveillance and neuropsychological efforts would be utilized to target veterans at risk of suicide? Again, they can currently do this remotely without the use of invasive chip implants. Why are there no informed consent laws covering the use of unaware humans, and especially veterans, as test subjects? If they can get a human to make like a salamander and regenerate reproductive organs, can the artificial brain do the same? Has this reached the Frankenstein level yet? Oh, and DARPA is now essentially controlled by the military industrial complex. Moral men and women need to start asking some serious questions. Our personal freedom and societal liberty depends upon it.

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3 thoughts on “Which is More Moral, War or Mind Control Slavery?”

  1. Drawing a line to halt technology is problematic.
    Technology is Human – Humans are because of technology – it’s what we are.
    Given the ability to speak, people then became Human and the rest is.
    The Bible is technology – the word of GOD is because of technology – not the book or the writings, but the mere ability to understand words is technology working. And, that is how people are controlled, conditioned, create, kill, love and the rest.

    Technology will keep going where people make it go, and people will draw their lines as to where they say STOP, but others will say GO. As long as people continue making more people, we will be HUMAN.

    • Agreed. Technology for good–to eradicate disease, improve and speed healing, help us learn–is fine. Technology to pull the wool over our eyes, to control our brains, to torture and enslave us, well, that isn’t just bad, it’s against the so-called law and is inherently evil. At some point transhumanism takes over. You can bet, DARPA is attempting to produce human-transhuman spawn. You can’t be human if your subconscious is highjacked by harmonics, neuro-linguistic programing, electromagnetic energy, microwaves, radar, and every other weaponry system these mad scientists (or psyopers) are experimenting on. You can’t be human without your soul.

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