“So, that’s Number One but then the other is a Human Culture vs an Inhuman Culture. Now, some people call it ‘transhumanism’. I just call it ‘inhuman’. Now, a human culture is one in which we are individually sovereign, divine individuals with inalienable rights, by Divine Authority. An inhuman culture is one where we’re a natural resource to be exploited like an oil deposit or a herd of livestock.
“Those are our choices. As you know, I truly believe that death is not the worst thing that can happen. I would much rather die than end up living in an inhuman culture…It’s our choice. The Government can kill our body – I can’t stop the Government from killing my body but I have the power to stay within the umbrella of my inalienable rights.
“This is going to come down to how many people understand that and act accordingly…Here’s the thing: How are we going to take the brilliance and the genius of the Scottish Enlightenment, that became the Constitution and became the experiment of the United States and reinvent it – reinvent a vision of how we live under the Constitution…
“I think each one of us has to decide that we’re part of an incredible covenant and we have the power to preserve that covenant, whether it’s the cultural covenant of Western Civilization or the legal and political covenant of the Constitution, which for me, first and foremost is the spiritual covenant that we have with each other.
“So, there’s no doubt we’re living in highly uncertain times and highly dangerous times and my advice to everybody is we come here for a purpose. What’s your purpose? So, now’s the time to put into the psychic storm a vision of the kind of human civilization we want t be a part of."