Brave New World Economic Forum

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by Martina Moyski  •  •  January 11, 2023   

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DETROIT ( - The World Economic Forum has some terrifying new ideas in store for the 21st century, based on the views of one of its chief advisors.

Yuval Noah Harari and Klaus Schwab

Yuval Noah Harari, a professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, is declaring an end to free will in the 21st century.

Serving as the right-hand man to WEF founder Klaus Schwab, Harari pushes an agenda to annihilate humanity, as it has been hitherto understood, and even God from history. 

At a recent speaking engagement, Harari laid out his gospel of transhumanism: "Humans are now hackable animals. The idea that humans have this soul or spirit, [that] they have free will and nobody knows what's happening inside me — so whatever I choose, whether in the election or in the supermarket, that's my free will? That's over."

And with a tone of enthusiasm, Harari announced at a recent WEF meeting, "We humans should get used to the idea that we are no longer mysterious souls."

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It seems surprising that, except for Texas Bp. Joseph Strickland, the U.S. bishops have not spoken against or alerted Catholics to the dangers of Harari's post-human, post-Christian agenda.

On Twitter this week, Strickland called out Harari's promotion of hacking humans: "This is truly diabolical, literally of the devil. The arrogance is devastating & will only lead to dictators who use their free will to dominate others. We are created in God's image & likeness, we are NOT hackable animals."

Harari's preoccupation with hacking humans gained momentum during the COVID pandemic, a crisis that, Harari said, should not go to waste in pushing the WEF agenda.

"The coronavirus is a kind of watershed event for surveillance," he wrote in 2020. 

Furthering his notion of human "hacking," the futuristic biologist explained that the disease is changing the nature of surveillance from "over the skin" to "under the skin."

According to the transhumanist, "over the skin" hacking — already in full swing by corporations and governments — keeps track of what "we do, where we go, who we meet, what we watch on television." 

But "under the skin" hacking — now picking up speed in a post-COVID world — gives the ability to monitor "not just what we do, but how we feel."

Harari is enamored with the quickly materializing possibilities of "under the skin" technology. He explains: 

A system that understands us better than we understand ourselves can predict [and] manipulate our feelings and decisions, and can ultimately [decide] for us. By hacking organisms, elites may gain the power to re-engineer the future of life itself. Because once you can hack something, you can usually also engineer it. 

The scientist pays more than lip service to the globalist agenda. Harari and his homosexual so-called husband, Itzik Yahhav, gave $1 million in 2020 to the World Health Organization.

In a statement, the pair encouraged others around the world to donate to the WHO and took the opportunity to slam President Trump for withholding U.S. taxpayer funds from the globalist institution. 

"The World Health Organization (WHO) is leading the global effort to stop the pandemic and protect humanity. Unfortunately, the U.S. president has chosen to halt funding to WHO. Luckily, there are over 700 billion other humans on this earth, and we can do better," they stated.

They gave $1 million dollars in 2020 to the World Health Organization.

Harari is the author of several bestselling books that spread the WEF's post-human vision, including Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind and Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow.

But the Israeli intellectual is influencing more than the adult world. He's authored a series of preteen books called Unstoppable Us, released in 2022 by Sapienship, a company founded by both Harari and Yahhav.

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Their promotional site describes the series as an "immersive and mind-blowing adventure."

Laying bare the atheistic propaganda girding the series, the site states, "[The volumes reveal] that humans have a superpower, and that we've used it to create strange and mysterious things — from ghosts and spirits to governments and corporations. We are all-conquering and insatiable, most creative and most destructive. Or in a word, unstoppable!"

He celebrates the 21st century's advancements in biology and computer science, allowing for wholesale human hacking:

In the past, many tyrants and governments wanted to do it. But nobody understood biology well enough, and nobody had enough computing power and data to hack millions of people. Neither the Gestapo nor the KGB could do it. But soon, at least some corporations and governments will be able to systematically hack all the people.

While many are sleeping or just plain silent, a diabolical agenda that turns human beings — made in the image and likeness of God — against themselves is brewing inside the World Economic Forum.

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