Bidens biotech order a blank check for transhumanism

Bjork Lesnar

On September 12, the Biden White House issued an unusual and deeply concerning executive order, titled “Executive Order Advancing Biotechnology and Biomanufacturing Innovation for a Sustainable, Safe, and Secure American Bioeconomy.”

Section 1 of the executive order calls for numerous federal agencies – including the DHS and DOD – to expand funding for research on novel applications of biotechnology. From the outset, the order exploits the COVID-19 pandemic to claim the importance of new government spending on biotech research and development.

“The COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated the vital role of biotechnology and biomanufacturing in developing and producing life-saving diagnostics, therapeutics, and vaccines that protect Americans and the world.”

This is a bad start. The unconstitutional incursions of medical police states around the world (in Australia, the UK, Canada, and here in America) – enabled by gross exploitation of biodata, such as vaccination databases used to grant, or deny, digital health passes – suggest an ominous trajectory for the future of biotech.

The executive order goes on to claim that biotechnology will “help us achieve our societal goals” – a grim foreshadowing, perhaps, of an immanent scaling-up of the biotech-powered social engineering we have witnessed in the wake of the pandemic.

“For biotechnology and biomanufacturing to help us achieve our societal goals, the United States needs to invest in foundational scientific capabilities.  We need to develop genetic engineering technologies and techniques to be able to write circuitry for cells and predictably program biology in the same way in which we write software and program computers; unlock the power of biological data, including through computing tools and artificial intelligence; and advance the science of scale‑up production while reducing the obstacles for commercialization so that innovative technologies and products can reach markets faster.”

Here is further reason for pause. The executive order stakes as broad a mandate as possible... An incredibly sweeping program to “predictably program biology” with genetic engineering (of which the experimental, ineffective, and often deadly mRNA COVID-19 vaccines are touted as shining examples).

A few questions present themselves... Whose biology? Are we talking about the genetics of tomatoes, mice, and pigs? Or of human beings? The language of the executive order suggests the latter. More importantly, who is the aforementioned “we,” so privileged to spearhead opening the Pandora's Box of genetic engineering on humans? The answer, we find, is none other than the unelected officials of the deep state.

In vague phrasing, “biotech,” “biomanufacturing,” “bioeconomy,” and “biodata” are repeatedly connected to a paramount but ill-defined “biosecurity.” The executive order states, with little explanation, the priority of “elevat[ing] biological risk management as a cornerstone of the life cycle of biotechnology and biomanufacturing R&D.”

The official White House Fact Sheet for this executive order contains another concerning piece of jargon: we must, it asserts, “Build a Thriving, Secure Global Bioeconomy with Partners and Allies.” What, precisely, does a “Secure Global Bioeconomy” mean? And why does the executive order link advances in biotechnology so closely to globalism?

We need only reflect on recent presentations at the 2022 World Economic Forum to grasp the dystopian implications of such a paradigm. This year, Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla presented a devilish pipedream of microchip-enforced pharmaceutical compliance to an enthusiastic Davos elite at the 2022 conference... For the past half a decade, at least, the same WEF shills have been shamelessly promoting the transhumanist arm of the Great Reset. The WEF hails, for example, the emergence of a so-called “internet of bodies” comprised of wearable and implanted digital devices – ingestible microchips to diagnose (read, “surveil”) medical conditions, brain implants to "cure" depression, and an economic transition to implanted microchips as a medium of digital identification. You can connect the dots.

Is Biden's new executive order a covert implementation of the WEF's transhumanist agenda? All indications would point to this. But the lofty pretenses of transhumanism may in fact be setting in place the technological infrastructure for a police state. In the two decades following 9/11, Americans have entirely ceded their private electronic communications, and thereby the minutiae of their private lives, to the government and big tech. All that remains to make this surveillance dystopia absolute is the establishment of a biotech regime. The autonomy of the body, and the privacy of the mind, are the very bases for human liberty. Both are under threat from state and corporate weaponization of biotech as a tool of economic exploitation and social control. The time for vigilance has never been greater.