Lord Sumption versus BBC/HMG on Lockdown

BBC reporter put in her place. (8 mins)


Despite his refreshing words in that interview (at one point, I almost considered splashing out on a TV license!), it’s important to take issue with Lord Sumption’s apparent faith in vaccinations.

To add to the many well-publicised concerns about vaccinations, here is one of several quotes from Rudolph Steiner on the matter, taken from his book The Fall of the Spirits of Darkness:

The time will come – and it may not be far off – when quite different tendencies will come up at a congress like the one held in 1912 and people will say: It is pathological for people to even think in terms of spirit and soul. ‘Sound’ people will speak of nothing but the body. It will be considered a sign of illness for anyone to arrive at the idea of any such thing as a spirit or a soul. People who think like that will be considered to be sick and – you can be quite sure of it – a medicine will be found for this. …The soul will be made non-existent with the aid of a drug. Taking a ‘sound point of view,’ people will invent a vaccine to influence the organism as early as possible, preferably as soon as it is born, so that this human body never even gets the idea that there is a soul and spirit.

…the heirs of modern materialism will look for the vaccine to make the body ‘healthy,’ that is, make its constitution such that this body no longer talks of such rubbish as soul and spirit, but takes a ‘sound’ view of the forces which live in engines and in chemistry and let planets and suns arise from nebulae in the cosmos. Materialistic physicians will be asked to drive the souls out of humanity.

Rudolph Steiner, 1917

Steiner seemed to be somewhat ahead of the game as, according to Wikipedia, the fundamental ideas of transhumanism (effectively attempting to dilute the human soul to the point of extinction) were not advanced until six years later.

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