If you’ve never heard of the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC), now is the time to roll up your sleeves and do your homework.
Established in 2005, the UNAOC describes itself as “a High-Level Group of experts formed to explore the roots of polarization between societies and cultures today, and to recommend a practical programme of action to address this issue.”
Sounds lovely, no?
On closer inspection, it’s a technocratic nightmare.
Among the UNAOC’s “practical programmes of action” – ostensibly aimed at “helping to reduce cross-cultural tensions and to build bridges between communities” – is the One Humanity project.
Though the UNAOC is more than a decade-and-a-half old, technology, it seems, has finally caught up with its New World Order aspirations.
Part and parcel of One Humanity is the development of a One Humanity Digital ID. That, however, is just one small part of the broader effort, namely, transhumanism, the interface of humans and technology, which includes replacing organs and implanting hardware with artificial intelligent code into human brains.
We will introduce readers to some of the major players in this space, and have more to say on this topic, soon.
For now, we wish to call your attention to the UNAOC’s “Manifesto in favor of One Humanity,” a chilling document that paints a vivid image in plain, unambiguous language of its masterminds’ God complex.
Some noteworthy excerpts include the following:
That the development of artificial intelligence will also have a great impact on the human brain, having the potential to alter personalities, perceptions and cognitive abilities. In this regard it is essential to advance in the protection of human rights linked to the area of neuroscience.
Did you get that? The AI under discussion will be used on the human brain to alter personalities, perceptions and cognitive abilities.
If you think that this will be done according to the individual’s wishes alone, think again.
That the development of artificial intelligence instruments is bringing humanity into this new era at great speed, and it is essential to strengthen its proper use by public authorities, to improve service to citizens and advance in a solid public-private partnership, which overcome the obstacles that any innovative process entails and facilitate good coordination between inventors, developers, entrepreneurs, unions, citizens and regulators.
NB: The proper use of this brain altering AI will be carried out by public authorities and regulators in a public-private partnership.