Jimmy Fallon’s ‘Wired’ Transhuman Illuminati Agenda


I read through January 2013’s issue of Wired (which features a small article on Bioshock Infinite also-looks cool) and they had a whole article on the eventual phasing out of the human being and why we should welcome the robots. It tells us that by the end of the century, approximately 70% of the workforce will be robotic, and that this is a good thing. They even have the classic marketing strategy of a celebrity endorsement through Jimmy Fallon and his humor on why he’s welcoming this change.

The music will be performed by robots, such as the Trons and Shimon, which passed the Alan Turing test which means that humans couldn’t tell they were robots:


Police will be done through robotic cops like Baxter:

Therapy will be electronically through websites such as www.mindmentor.com (which they tell us is on a temp sabbatical).

Art through the Vangobot:

Also there will be gymbots for personal trainers:


The humans’ only option for a job is figuring what jobs they can have a robot do. This is all part of the transhuman agenda where evolution will make way for the next phase of life; the man-made robot. The consequences of robotic controls in our lives is evident in films, where they show us the potential issues (e.g. Terminator’s Skynet becoming self-aware, the Animatrix robotic rebellion, etc). Wired covers technology, but they seem to be a part of the push for incorporating as much technology in our lives as they can. The co-founders, Kevin Kelly and Stewart Brand, have a history of pursuing these topics. Kevin Kelly is the author of a book called Out of Control: The New Biology of Machines, Social Systems, and the Economic World that covers techno-utopoianism, which was mandatory reading for the key players of the Matrix films. Stewart Brand started a group called the Whole Earth Discipline that supports genetically modified organisms. I haven’t seen much online elsewhere regarding this type of thing, but it’s a good thing to keep in the back of your mind as you read through it.




Author: Isaac Weishaupt

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