In the present age, humanity – through means of pharmacological alteration – is heading towards a similar dystopia to the one that is found in Huxley’s novel, Ethan Nash details.
Aldous Huxley was born into a well-established family, with a rich history of distinguished intellectuals on both sides – highly esteemed among the English aristocracy of the time.
During the era that Huxley published Brave New World, there was heightened rhetoric surrounding eugenics and population control, even though the theory was still relatively new.
At the height of its popularity, specifically the years leading up to World War II, eugenics had a big influence on both popular and scientific discussions, which helped the rise of the movement.
As it turns out, we can find direct links between Huxley family members and the eugenics revolution.
The patriarch of the family was Thomas Henry Huxley, a famous zoologist and comparative anatomist, who is kn+own as “Darwin’s Bulldog” for his advocacy of Darwin’s Theory of Evolution.
In the late 1800s, Thomas largely instigated an intellectual war between religion and science, campaigning pugnaciously against the authority of the clergy in education and aiming to overturn the dominance of religion in favour of a new generation of professional scientists.
In his book, Huxley: From Devil’s Disciple to Evolution’s High Priest (1999), Adrian Desmond describes how Thomas:
“…devasted angst-ridden Victorian society with his talk of ape ancestors, and tantalized and tormented thousands – from laborers to ladies of society – with his scintillating lectures.”
Many authors, including Oksana Yakushko, have detailed connections between the questionable rise of the ‘natural selection’ theory and the foundation of eugenics principles and concepts.
Eugenics, in relation to Darwinism, focuses on extending Darwin’s theories of plant and animal evolution to the social lives of human beings, especially regarding societal processes.
Thomas himself believed, because of these discoveries, that it should not be beyond the power of human thought to work against the ‘cosmic process’ of evolution, and to apply the “necessary correctives” – including the restriction of population growth – for humans to survive.
Six decades later, Julian Huxley – Aldous’ brother – would not only add considerable contributions to evolutionary synthesis theory, but would also pioneer reinvented eugenics-based social planning.
One of the most influential eugenicists of all time, Huxley was secretary of the Zoological Society of London, the first Director of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), a founding member of the World Wildlife Fund, and more.
Following a backlash towards Hitler and eugenics after World War II, Julian’s significant contributions to the movement would ensure the underlying notions associated with the theory would transform and continue into new social movements for decades to come.
During the 1950s, Julian would redefine eugenics as ‘socially progressive’, with linkages to the newly formed and comprehensive welfare states offering ‘solutions’ to poverty and disease.
He would later adeptly associate modern eugenics with a range of reformist movements before his death, such as the popularisation of birth control and continued widespread abortion law reform — coining the term “eugenics modernisation” in the process.
In 1947, Julian would write as part of his book, Man in the Modern World:
“The lowest strata, allegedly less well-endowed genetically, are reproducing relatively too fast. That is to say, much of our eugenic programme will be curative and remedial merely, instead of preventive and constructive.” (Page 66)
Julian, in several lectures and essays, stressed the urgent need of using eugenics to ‘raise the genetic level’ of man’s intellectual and practical abilities.
Indeed, it seems as if Aldous’ vision of a highly controlled health state might not have been so ‘original’ after all, given the role his family has played in shaping similar real-life systems.
In 1962, Aldous delivered a speech at U.C. Berkeley on ‘the ultimate revolution’, stating:
“There will be, in the next generation or so, a pharmacological method of making people love their servitude, and producing dictatorship without tears, so to speak. Producing a kind of painless concentration camp for entire societies … and this seems to be the final revolution.”
Parallels between Huxley’s tale and the modern world, combined with the motives of his eugenics-minded siblings (and the role they had in the movement), begins to raise red flags.
Could it be that Brave New World was more than a tale of dystopic fiction?
Before writing Brave New World, Huxley asked himself: “What characteristics of a society are essential to convince citizens that it is a utopia?”.
He concluded that it should contain some form of fixed societal structure to convey the message.
Upon travelling to India, he first encountered a caste system in practice, observing how divided the population of India was into a strict and rigid societal hierarchy, derived out of heredity and race.
In the novel, a similar caste system exists, with the lower castes being genetically mass produced. The common characteristics of these castes are a lack of individuality and a lack of intelligence.
“Epsilons” are the lowest caste of this system, and cannot read or write. Epsilons are deprived of 80 per cent of their oxygen and have the most alcohol in their blood “to keep the embryo below par”.
To ensure the Epsilon will be satisfied with the monotonous labour, “an Epsilon embryo must have an Epsilon environment as well as an Epsilon heredity.”
The birthing practice known as ‘Bokanovsky’s Process’ involves splitting a single embryo into anywhere from eight to 96 identical embryos, each of which will grow into an identical human being.
To put simply, all humans found in Huxley’s control system are engineered on conveyor-belt-like production lines from birth, allowing the society to pre-ordain what life people will be born into.
Every citizen is ‘adjusted’ to the ‘perfect civilization’, and thus every citizen is ‘content and happy’.
Epsilons are intentionally altered to be dumb, sick, and obedient slaves for the upper classes.
Similarly, in the modern world, human beings have become sicker and more dependent on medical assistance than ever before, but they have no desire to question just why this could be the case.
This is a not a coincidence.
Like Epsilons, humans are being morphed to become more dumbed-down, sick, medically dependent and infertile, as a means to incorporate them as part of a eugenics slave class.
This is happening from the very earliest stages of human life, and has been for decades now.
Brave New World was not a tale, it was a blueprint.
Just how is this plan being carried out on a collective stage?
What could the eugenicists ever hope to achieve with sicker populations?
This feature piece continues to cover:
Morphing a Species:
Chronic Disease Increase
Mass Pharmacological Somatisation
In Utero Attack:
The Dangers of Ultrasounds
Fertility Decline and
The IVF Revolution
Brave New World Fulfilled
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