On January 29th it was reported that Elon Musk’s biotech startup Neuralink had been successful in implanting the first brain chip inside of a human being. With Must stating on X (formerly Twitter) “Initial results show promising neuron spike detection,”
A technological feat which, though still in its infancy, serves as a not so subtle milestone in the advancement of biodigital convergence. That is, for those unfamiliar, a concept which seeks to seamlessly integrate biological humans with digital technology, turning cyborgs from a thing of science fiction into being as normalized into the mainstream of society as having a smartphone is now.
According to a statement from Neuralink the capabilities of the current implant would serve to establish a brain-computer interface (BCI) which would initially enable the patient to transmit signals via their thoughts to control a computer cursor and keyboard. With the goal to eventually expand to greater forms of thought controlled technology, a concept known as synthetic telepathy.
Though this may seem outlandish for those outside of the loop, to those keeping track of emerging technology trends and concepts this idea is all too familiar. The concept of the Internet Of Bodies, akin to the “Internet of Things”, has been one discussed at high levels among technologists and futurists regarding the advancement of biotechnology integration in the near future. As explained by Rand corporation researcher Mary Lee in a 2023 presentation at TEDx.
For astute observers within the independent media these concepts seem familiar in another regard. They are one in the same with the agendas frequently touted by globalist technocrats; that of transhumanism. A convergence of man with machines which predator class elitists such as the World Economic Forum refer to as “evolution in hyperdrive”. The proponents of transhumanism promote it has a means of augmenting humanity with technologies that would serve for the betterment and advancement of the human race, however as esteemed researcher James Corbett elaborates in the September 2008 edition of The Corbett Report titled Transhumanism and You, underneath the mask of altruism the origin of the philosophy behind transhumanism is rooted in that of eugenics and techno-tyranny.
In layman’s terms, despite being framed as an ideology intent on helping advance the prosperity of the human race those behind the philosophy of the agenda seem intent on using it as a means of population control and authoritarianism.
Moreover, the convergence of man with machines seems to serve a deeper ideological agenda of the predator class of separating the human species from our humanity: disconnecting us from ourselves, destroying what it means to be human on a spiritual level, by first doing so on a biological level.
Yet before that can be done on a mass scale another step must be implemented to facilitate the willingness to participate in the loss of one’s own humanity; eliminating the very identity of what it means to be human on a psychological level. Enter postgenderism.
In their 2008 paper for the Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies titled Postgenderism: Beyond the Gender Binary, authors George Dvorsky and James Hughes, PhD state in the abstract that;
“Postgenderism is an extrapolation of ways that technology is eroding the biological, psychological and
social role of gender, and an argument for why the erosion of binary gender will be liberatory.
Postgenderists argue that gender is an arbitrary and unnecessary limitation on human potential, and
foresee the elimination of involuntary biological and psychological gendering in the human species
through the application of neurotechnology, biotechnology and reproductive technologies. Postgenderists contend that dyadic gender roles and sexual dimorphisms are generally to the detriment of individuals and society. Assisted reproduction will make it possible for individuals of any sex to reproduce in any combinations they choose, with or without “mothers” and “fathers,” and artificial wombs will make biological wombs unnecessary for reproduction. Greater biological fluidity and psychological androgyny will allow future persons to explore both masculine and feminine aspects of personality. Postgenderists do not call for the end of all gender traits, or universal androgyny, but rather that those traits become a matter of choice. Bodies and personalities in our postgender future will no longer be constrained and circumscribed by gendered traits, but enriched by their use in the palette of diverse self-expression.”
While the authors argue that such a radical shift would not be universal and only take place on a voluntary basis, overall postgenderists argue for a utopian worldview in which gender identity as a whole is abolished.
They liken the abolition of gender binary with the concept of individual ideological freedom. Yet unlike ideological concepts such as political orientation or philosophical worldview, contrary to narratives heavily promoted over the last decade, ones biology is not merely an artificial construct which can be disregarded as not being fundamental to ones state of existence.
Certainly the overlap of “gender theory” with numerous other aspects of society including politics and culture is one with its own complexities and broader nuance, particularly regarding the fair treatment of marginalized individuals within the LGBTQ+ community, deserve to be recognized and addressed as the valid issues they are. Of course when it comes to the philosophy of individual liberty from a voluntaryist standpoint, personal sovereignty and the ability to exercise dominion over oneself is an inherent human right which should not be obstructed.
With regard to the driving philosophy behind postgenderism however it becomes clear that there are indeed far deeper implications which link it directly with the transhumanist philosophy, as noted by Hughes and Dvorsky themselves who state;
“A post-biological species would by definition – although perhaps not completely in the male transhumanist imaginary – be a post-gendered entity”
At which point in part three of their aforementioned paper, subtitled Technologies Enabling PostGender Society, they go on to elaborate in detail several notable aspects of the transhumanist agenda which would also help to facilitate an erosion of the gender binary.
Thus, postgenderism is not merely an ideology all its own striving to free men and women from the “oppression” of their biological orientations. But rather one facet working congruently with other elitist agendas aiming towards a post-human future, whether or not most average postgenderists, typically found in the circles of feminist and queer sociopolitical theorists and solely focused on surface level gender identity politics realize it.
In essence, it seems more so that the push to abolish gender identity is more in line with an intention to distort and eliminate a fundamental aspect of human identity in and of itself, paving the way for a lost species disconnected from who they are and fully willing to accept the transhumanist, postgender, posthuman technocratic vision of the future presented as the convenient salvation by the globalist predator class.