In a riveting discourse that left the audience on the edge of their seats, Laura Aboli addressed the 2023 Better Way Conference, diving into the heart of a topic she believes is paramount in our current era. With a speech titled “Transhumanism: The End Game,” Aboli passionately conveyed her perspective on a subject that goes beyond the technicalities, exploring the philosophical and ethical implications that transhumanism holds for humanity.
Setting the Tone:
Aboli acknowledged the multifaceted nature of transhumanism, spanning genetic engineering, implant technology, artificial intelligence, nanotechnology, and cybernetic prosthetics. However, she drew a crucial distinction between technologies aiming to assist people with disabilities and those seeking to fundamentally transform human existence.
The Singularity and Beyond:
The crux of Aboli’s talk centered around the ultimate transhumanist goal—the singularity. Quoting Ray Cartwell, a prominent figure in the transhumanist movement, she underscored the vision where distinctions between human and machine, physical and virtual reality, would vanish post-singularity. Aboli framed transhumanism as a transitional stage, leading to posthumanism, emphasizing that the final goal is a radical departure from humanity as we currently understand it. “Make no mistake the final goal is to eradicate humanity as we know it.”
The Road to Acceptance:
With unwavering conviction, Aboli delved into the psychological conditioning, biological tampering, cultural grooming, and educational prepping that has primed society to accept a posthuman future. She contended that a considerable amount of physical and psychological abuse has been orchestrated to guide an intelligent species toward its own acceptance of extinction.
Aboli painted a vivid picture of a hyper-controlled matrix where the perception of reality is meticulously managed to steer society toward a posthuman world. This, she argued, involves destabilizing, dehumanizing, and demoralizing humanity through various means, from the destruction of the nuclear family to the eradication of spirituality from education.
The Gender Ideology Agenda:
One of Aboli’s most impassioned segments focused on the gender ideology agenda. She posited that the transgender movement, rather than a grassroots expression, is a top-down design with a clear agenda to pave the way for transhumanism. Aboli contended that questioning fundamental notions of human identity through gender ideology serves as a precursor to convincing individuals to embrace a posthuman future.
The Call to Action:
As Aboli neared the conclusion of her speech, she issued a resounding call to action. She implored the audience to understand the philosophy and ideology behind the transhumanist movement, emphasizing that it stands on the denial of God, spirituality, and the existence of a soul. Aboli rejected the reductionist notion that technological enhancements are necessary for human survival, asserting that technology should serve humanity, not replace it.
In her final moments on stage, Laura Aboli struck a chord with the audience, urging them to embrace the chance for redemption. Rather than transforming into something different, she implored individuals to strive to become the best versions of themselves. In a poignant conclusion, Aboli affirmed that humanity is not here to become gods but to allow God to experience life through each individual.
The echoes of Aboli’s impassioned speech lingered in the conference hall, challenging attendees to contemplate the future they wish to shape in the face of the evolving landscape of transhumanism.