Author: Julian Huxley
Prometheus Books, 1992
Originally published as Essays of a Humanist by Harper & Row, 1964
Commentary (updated Dec. 13, 2013)
This is a series of essays by Julian Huxley, brother of Aldous. I think this book is of great value in understanding the establishment’s agenda. The belief system perpetrated by the establishment on the world, as expressed by propagandist Julian Huxley – and others like him – has “successfully” shaped the attitudes of generations and the world we live in today.
Please read especially the last essay “Eugenics in Evolutionary Perspective” which sums up a large part of the elite agenda of population reduction and eugenics. He writes about directed human evolution, for perfecting or improving human beings – genetically as well as psycho-socially. He uses the word “policy” and talks about the need for “public education” to counter opposing opinions. At no time does he question his idea that our lives and our future should be planned and directed. All of this is still continuing today.
If you read the essay in which Huxley praises mystic Teilhard de Chardin–a promoter and popularizer of the theory of evolution like Huxley and his grandfather–you might start to see the problem. Is it all about convincing people through public relations? Is it all about making us BELIEVERS?
Is the IDEA of evolution just for the purpose of promoting a new type of human society, a new religious belief in “progress”, and a new type of human being, free of supposed imperfections? When he discusses biological evolution, is it just empty jargon? That’s how it comes across to me. Is it just a belief that allows us to justify the directed changes we see in society as inevitable and natural?
If we look closely and read the actual writings of people like Julian Huxley, we can see the corporate elite’s agenda of societal change: genetic manipulation, global “family planning” and mass sterilization policies, as well as ecological propaganda (trying to push us off the resources they want for themselves) –policies that are introduced as the old religions are dismantled along with free will and the sanctity of the individual human life.
Whether or not we are Christians or “believe” in evolution (again, is it just about “belief”?), In the Minds of Men: Darwin and the New World Order by Christian Ian Taylor is a book that both covers some important criticism of evolution and also exposes the “mistakes” and philosophy of those who have promoted biological and societal evolution such as Julian Huxley (World Wildlife Fund, UNESCO).