Infect Teh Interwebs

Written By: Rachel Haywire & Jason Schoenecker
Date Published: December 9, 2010

We are a new species. We are not superior. We are a different step in the evolution of thought.

Our Human ancestors relied on collectivism and a conscious submission to conformity as was necessary for survival. Culturally and pragmatically they were each other.

We are transhuman, and we are not like our Human ancestors. We have no proclivity to rely on a conscious submission to conformity, and we do not need it for survival. Where freedom of mind was a weakness to our ancestor, it is our strength. Evolution follows the ebb and flow of time. The Human mind was the framework, the foundation of the transhuman one, as the transhuman mind will be for the next when evolution decides it.

It is natural then for us to emerge now. Like all evolved resistance, we will be hated — at first. We will be ignored — at first. We will be ridiculed — at first. In the end, we will merely exist as a new direction in the evolution of thought. We are the one’s who can stand together unified through freedom of thought. Freedom — true freedom of thought — is not the ability to resist all infiltrators of the mind, but the ability to perceive and forsake all those one can manage. We are the one’s who can rely on one another without conscious submission. For that, conscious submission, is choking us, has choked us, and has provoked an acknowledged necessity for disassociation from Human society. Conscious submission, or collectivism, is what a transhuman actively rejects in pursuit of freedom of thought. In the face of conscious submission, we will reject, we will dispute, we will resist.

In the wake of conscious submission lies the Holocaust perpetrated by the Third Reich of Germany during the 1930’s and 40’s, a broad spectrum of witch trials, assassinations, cultural genocides such as that of the Native Americans, cultural stagnation, harassment, bullying, isolationist tendencies, notions of ethnic superiority, hatred, identity confusion — the list goes on.

A Transhuman Separatist’s mind is their sanctuary. Conscious submission seeks to turn our sanctuaries into prisons. We say that those who would silence us and turn our sanctuaries to prisons are the real prisoners. Those who wish us to remain hidden are our oppressors. We say we are suffocating in the weeds of conscious submission. We are leaving the garden of conscious submission in pursuit of our endeavors, for the health of the mind’s of all Transhuman Separatists who can bare living amongst this mentality no more.

Transhumanism is not about intellectual elitism. While transhumans may fit in the Human category: “intellectual,” our existence is due to certain traits intrinsic and acquired through experience. Not all intellectuals are transhuman. From birth, transhumans experience an innate alienation from the Human race. This feeling of unbelonging triggers severe depression, anxiety, confusion, self-loathing, etc, which can often be misunderstood and mislabeled by Human society. For a transhuman, human society is an excruciating place to exist, full of other beings afraid to question not merely the world around them, but existence itself. A transhuman is not afraid and is in fact driven to question existence, to open doors, to accept that there is no black and white, and most importantly to engage in introspection. A transhuman accepts nothing at face value, except for the consistency with which the universe changes without being bound to baseless, fabricated laws of Human conscious submission. Most importantly, transhumanism is concerned with combating all forms of oppression against gender, race, ethnicity, thought, age, and disability.

Transhuman society is a collection of individuals. These individuals may at times come together to form a consensus, one that is not derivative of human collectivism, in-as-much-as transhumans use no binary operating system.

We want a nation. We want sovereignty. transhuman sovereignty. Time has revealed we cannot co-exist within a society based on conscious submission — we must move on. We must rise above the weeds and take back our breaths, so we suffocate no more. The interests of conscious submission are not our interests. The interests of conscious submission lie in Humanity. We are not Humanity. We are not Human.

Top 5 Reasons for a Transhumanist Militia

1. Witch trials
2. School shootings
3. Public executions
4. Forced surgery that removes evolutionary mutations
5. The cancellation of the Magneto movie

Rachel Haywire is a writer, electronic music producer, model, director, and full-time entrepreneur residing in Santa Cruz, CA. Her writings about transhumanism and chaos magick can be found in the Disinformation anthology Generation Hex. She is the woman behind the industrial music project Experiment Haywire and recently released a 3 CD musical compilation entitled Sanity is Slavery to fight against psychiatric abuse and a consensual definition of reality.

Rachel was also the founder of the cult website 42012.com which featured a 6 fingered fist and a DNA strand along with writings from young transhumanists all over the globe. You can find her online at Experiment Haywire or MachineKUNT Records, where she sells her own live of alternative clothing for the cyborg in all of us.

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  1. We are the children of our anscestors, and those biological ancestors of ours, both the still living and the well remembered even if no longer biologically alive, are the heritage without which we would not exist, so rather than regard them as a now-no-longer-needed, pre-transhumanist, and more-convenient-to-ignore-and-let-go species, it is ethically and compassionately an opportunity as well as a duty of ours to protect what little is left of them, as we go beyond them, inviting those who are receptive among them to join us, and protecting those that do not do so, as if they were groves of Sequoia trees, from whom we sprang.

    Not all will agree with this point of view, but those who do are entitled to distrust those who do not, and treat them with extreme caution. Some will adopt a “every being for itself and a solar flare take the hindmost” attitude, and are entitled to pursue this as a form of destiny they choose for themselves, recognizing that actions have consequences and the clock cannot be unwound to change choices made that have led to dead ends, as if they could back out by pleading with upturned hands to be forgiven. The person who hurls himself or herself off a very high cliff with no safety rope, imagining that he or she can fly by an act of will alone, has almost certainly purchased a destiny of oblivion and cannot expect to take it back to some store and receive a refund.

    All of the observations of the past ills of humanity, as stated in the basic posting above, are very much on target, and need to be integrated into one’s choices as to what alliances are likely to be trustworthy and worthwhile, and which might be poisonous and lead to a fate worse than a nazi regime or a communist totalitarian dictatorship from which there may be no escape other than identity-meltdown. The pure anarchist who imagines that it would be best to live in a distant, lifeless galaxy to avoid oppression by others would almost surely be disappointed in such a state of affairs, and the purely altruistic, self-sacrificing shmoo who gives no thought to surrendering to the dogma of a soon-to-be-tyrannical regime might be even more dismayed with the outcome.

    Navigating the road ahead will require a great deal of care…