Biden ran for president in a crisis diary : Covid, the economy, racism and climate change. Along the way, he’s promised to cure cancer, tasked every government agency to find more ways to support gender identity over biological sex, and now, for a new action plan, he intends to wield the power of the federal government to remake society through genetic engineering. and other biotechnology programs, as well as massive data collection. In other words, he is going to spend federal funds on a transhumanist agenda for social recreation.
transhumanism it is the intentional evolution of human beings integrating them with technology. Biden’s latest executive order on the “advancement of biotechnology and biomanufacturing” is designed to “achieve our social goals” through “genetic engineering” that will reprogram human cells to “program biology” much as is done today with computers, and employ artificial intelligence to do so, while reducing trade regulations. Biden has issued about 100 executive orders during his time in office.
The stated goal of the Biden administration is to achieve “social goals” through biotechnology, which essentially means that anything and everything is possible for permutation.
Additionally, the order commits to creating biotech databanks, which, after digital medical record provisions through Obamacare, or the ACA, were enacted, would be a much simpler task since medical records are already available digitally. for doctors, providers and insurance companies.
Plans for how to accomplish this total transformation of society and the expansion of the federal medical industrial complex will be a whole-of-government focus, with the administration laying out an 11-point plan. These include boosting federal funding in biotechnology and biomanufacturing for “additional social goals.” The plan is to create a “biological data system,” which is a term that should make any American stand up and say “no.” The administration will create a “diverse” workforce to achieve these goals, create regulations for the use of these technologies that are aligned with its values, and create, of course, climate incentives for the use of biotechnology and biomanufacturing.
This executive order goes far beyond the purview of Biden as president or the authority of the federal government. It is an attempt to completely remake humanity into a race of beings that are integrally linked with technology to the point where it is impossible to tell man from machine.
Biden’s new plan, as laid out in this executive order, is to get all federal agencies to use their departments to use biotechnology to solve health, climate change, energy, food security, agriculture, supply chain resiliency supply and national and economic security. . What that means is that biotech, in the administration’s words, “will harness the power of biology to create new services and products.”
The breadth and scope of these new services and products, the EO states, were inspired by the Covid-19 pandemic. That pandemic, the administration claims, showed what biotechnology and biomanufacturing can do when widely employed throughout society on a large scale. The pandemic brought technological advances in a number of areas, from pharmaceuticals and testing to tracking and surveillance. Biden also used Covid to advance a “ mental health Agenda, which called for more investment in children’s behavioral health specialists, many of whom are already over prescribed .
This new EO commits to using biotechnology and biomanufacturing to develop “and produce life-saving diagnostics, therapeutics, and vaccines.” In addition, they intend to use biotechnology and biomanufacturing in their efforts to curb the effects of climate change, including the switch from fossil fuels to wind and solar power. They want to bring these types of medical technologies to food manufacturing and production, as well as supply chain management.
However, in addressing how EO will be implemented, the administration discusses ways in which biotech advances will be “developed and implemented in a manner that aligns with United States principles and values and international best practices, and not in leading to accidental or deliberate harm to people, animals or the environment”.
At first glance, this reads as if safeguards are in place to protect people from the potential harms of merging humans with technology. But no assumptions can be made on this front. The administration has shown time and time again that its values do not align with those of the American people.
The Biden administration has called racism and climate change a public health crisis, and has used that designation to make radical changes in society, bypassing Congress, directly from the Oval Office. Shortly after taking office in January 2021, Biden issued an executive order “placing the climate crisis at the center of America’s foreign policy and national security.”
What this means in practice is that the administration join world leaders to crush fossil fuel production and make the global economy dependent on wind, solar and renewable energy, whether nations and individuals want that forced on them or not. The plan here is to “carry out green recovery efforts, initiatives to advance the clean energy transition, sectoral decarbonization and the alignment of financial flows with the goals of the Paris Agreement, including with respect to carbon financing, solutions based in nature and solutions for other climate-related challenges.”
When the Biden administration says it seeks to protect the environment, it means it intends to do so by transforming the global energy infrastructure to fit a green agenda, even at the risk of industrialized and developing nations that rely on fossil fuels. fossils and the prosperity that this brings. enable.
When the Biden administration asserts that advances in biotechnology will be made ethically and in accordance with American values, it means that they are aligned with its own values that prioritize opportunity for some racial groups over others and allocate resources based on characteristics. of identity such as gender. identity.
The administration has tasked all federal agencies with responding with plans to advance these initiatives within 180 days, meaning that by May 2023, each and every federal agency will have submitted plans on how best to implement these initiatives. far-reaching plans to use biotechnology more. the social goals of the Biden administration.
Biden set similar expectations for the federal agency’s compliance with its gender initiatives. In response, the Department of Education issued a proposal to end women’s sport and have athletic divisions based solely on gender identity, the Department of Agriculture rules issued saying that if a school didn’t allow boys and girls to meet in the same bathrooms, that school would be denied federal school lunch aid, and the Department of Health and Human Services ruled that insurance companies must fund breast augmentation for men or face charges of discrimination.