08 April 2009, 12:58
Antichristian world elite is intent on getting power over people by turning them into cyborgs
Moscow, April 8, Interfax - The world elite is seeking to force people into the "electronic death camp", and the only challenge that can stop them is the Christian worldview, Valery Filimonov, biocybernetics and management systems expert, and a member of Petrovsky Academy of Arts and Sciences, said.
"It is an open secret that the main driving force behind the global Internet community unites antichristian and cosmopolitan members of the world's elite, rather than science experts," Filimonov said to Intrefax-Religion.
According to him, they foster the society "where each person will stay under the vigilant eye of the Big Brother who keeps guard of the interests of today's masters, the kings of profiteering and the pawnbrokers of the global scale."
"It is becoming only evident that the current recession is part of the world's elite scheme to enslave humanity," Filimonov believes.
He states that "not only are they establishing the system of continuous surveillance, but also they are building the system of absolute power over people."
He gave a particular example referring to Opinion 20 of the European Group on Ethics in Science and New Technologies which states the need of "the transformation of the human race" through "the multiplication of body-friendly technologies" which can "herald the coming of cyborgs".
It proposes to modify individuals "via various electronic devices, under skin chips and smart tags," Filimonov said.
He believes that the system is being introduced with the aim "to suppress the Divine freedom of each human individual and completely change all behavioral patterns."
"Humans will live under the strict rules of system behavior patterns, that is, become just a controllable attachment to the automatically operated system+ It is evident that people are not able to follow their religious beliefs within such global network community, and it is no secret that those in charge of "a new world order" have made the Orthodoxy their enemy number one," Filimonov said.