Wednesday, January 06, 2010

Aldous Huxley's 1962 Berkeley speech - The Ultimate Revolution.

Aldous Huxley wrote BRAVE NEW WORLD. It was science fiction, right? Wrong. Aldous Huxley was a Futurist in the sense that he saw how The Corporation could ultimately control the human animal, the useless eater. He spelled out, in that book, a future where human sperm count/motility was eradicated, internet porn was rife and the elites just fucking kill whoever doesn't play their tune on the organ of their lives. You think different, you're toast.

In this recording of his infamous 1962 speech at Berkeley, Huxley speaks of a bizarre future which we now live in. It is interesting to note that his grandfather was T.H. Huxley, the famed zoologist. His brother, Sir Julian Huxley, a biologist, was the first Director of UNESCO (United Nations Education, Science, and Cultural Organization). Knowledge of suppressed technology? [source NeoArchaicRevue]

Interestingly, Aldous Huxley died in 1963, on the same day as JFK.


Jon Hoff said...

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cense said...

Aldous Huxley: The Ultimate Revolution, March 20, 1962
(Scientific Dictatorship Speech at Berkeley University)

- The Speech (MP3 - Listen / Download)
- Question and Answer Session (MP3 - Listen / Download)

Find it here ...

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trishden said...

I hope this monster is burning in hell and a demon is sitting on him!