Kurginyan: Western elites are implementing a plan on changing the human genome

22.08.2020, Moscow.

The writer and the creator of the dystopian novel Brave New World, Aldous Huxley voiced the ideas of enslaving humanity by editing the human genome, which were seriously discussed in his environment. This question was raised in the discussion by political scientist and the leader of the Essence of Time movement Sergey Kurginyan on August 21 in his original broadcast “The Meaning of the Game: Coronavirus – its goal, authors, and masters”, published on the movement’s YouTube channel.

The political scientist draws attention to the fact that Aldous Huxley came from an outstanding English family of intellectuals, which included biologists, Nobel laureates, and geneticists. One of the representatives of this family was Julian Huxley — an English evolutionary biologist, humanist and politician. In addition, Julian Huxley was one of the main architects of the modern evolutionary synthesis, which was supposed to resolve the gap between Darwin’s Theory of Evolution and genetics, and the first Director-General of UNESCO, who played a major role in the creation of this organization and World Wildlife Fund.

Next, the author of the program “The Meaning of the Game” emphasizes, Julian Huxley was closely associated with Rice University, which, in turn, is focused on the modern gene-editing research and has strong links with elite Nazi groups in the United States.

“My purely subjective opinion is that the writer Aldous Huxley was the most humane and the less extreme in this company. And that this writer, in his novel Brave New World, raised issues, which were seriously discussed by members of his Darwinian-genetic family. While the scientists who were part of this family were not engaged in dystopias, like their relative Aldous, <…>, but aggressively carried out what their artistic relative chattered about. The spirit of the Huxley family is a very important component when it comes to enslaving humanity by editing the human genome,” Kurginyan says.

Recall that the novel Brave New World by Aldous Huxley was published in 1932. This famous dystopian work describes a future in which people are raised in hatcheries, divided into castes, they breed low-leveled Epsilon people, and program them to perform a certain type of work. People solve most psychological problems with the help of a drug — soma, which does not cause a withdrawal syndrome, but kills those who consume it by the age of about 60 years. The novel is being actively promoted. In July 2020, another film adaptation of it was released on the streaming service Peacock.

Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency

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