Scott Masson: The Convenient Untruth of Al Gore’s Posthumanism
Al Gore’s latest film An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power is a form of agitprop.
The posthumanist worldview it presents just so happens to be highly convenient for advancing the wealth, power, and sexual ethics of a globalist elite of tech billionaires.
With the right combination of a call for heroic sacrifice and the threat of an imminent global armageddon, the masses are made to feel good about sacrificing their wealth, personal rights, and the future of their families to embrace “green technology” and the grand cause of saving the world.
And they will zealously attack any resistance. After all, they will think that their world depends on it.
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