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Jeffrey Epstein Believed Impregnating Women With His Sperm Would Improve Humanity

Filed under: Uncategorized — Dana @ 2:37 pm

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There seems to be no end to the perverse madness that is Jeffrey Epstein:

Jeffrey Epstein dreamed of improving humanity by using his sperm to impregnate scores of women at his New Mexico ranch — and also wanted his penis and head frozen after death so they could eventually be reanimated, according to a report Wednesday.

Two award-winning scientists and an adviser to large companies and wealthy individuals told the New York Times that the since-disgraced multimillionaire financier shared his plan for a baby-making factory in the desert on multiple occasions starting in the early 2000s.

Computer scientist and writer Jaron Lanier also told the Times that he once spoke to a scientist who related how Epstein’s goal was to have 20 women at a time impregnated at his 33,000-square-foot Zorro Ranch outside Santa Fe.


Mr. Epstein’s vision reflected his longstanding fascination with what has become known as transhumanism: the science of improving the human population through technologies like genetic engineering and artificial intelligence. Critics have likened transhumanism to a modern-day version of eugenics, the discredited field of improving the human race through controlled breeding.

Here’s how Epstein became interested in the idea:

Lanier…spoke to the scientist, who told him she worked at NASA, during a dinner party at Epstein’s Upper East Side townhouse. He said the scientist told him that Epstein was inspired by the Repository for Germinal Choice, a controversial sperm bank stocked by high-achieving white males – reportedly including as many as five Nobel Prize winners – that operated in California from 1979 to 1999.

Lanier told the Times he suspected that Epstein…used his dinner parties to screen attractive women with impressive academic credentials as potential mothers for his children.

The Times report didn’t make clear whether Epstein planned to have sex with the women or rely on artificial insemination, but said there’s no evidence he made good on the ego-driven scheme.

And in case you wondered if any of the scientists that were involved in Epstein’s explorations had any concerns, think back to the air traffic controllers on St. Thomas confessing that they looked the other way when Epstein arrived with a new batch of young girls because he made it worth their while:

The lure for some of the scientists was Mr. Epstein’s money. He dangled financing for their pet projects. Some of the scientists said that the prospect of financing blinded them to the seriousness of his sexual transgressions, and even led them to give credence to some of Mr. Epstein’s half-baked scientific musings.

Epstein had other interests as well:

Epstein, 66, was also fascinated with the unproven science of cryogenics, in which people’s bodies or body parts are frozen at very low temperatures so they can be brought back to life in the future, the Times said.

A source described as an adherent of “transhumanism” – the belief that human evolution can be furthered through science and technology – told the paper that Epstein described wanting to have his penis and head cryogenically preserved.

Also, it appears that Epstein’s bid for bail just got tougher because of a new appeals court decision:

The long-shot effort by Jeffrey Epstein, an accused sex trafficker, to win release from jail on bail by promising to personally pay for security to monitor him got even tougher Thursday with a new federal appeals court decision, which blasted such cushy arrangements in most cases.

The ruling in the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals “expressly” bars a “two-tier bail system” in which “wealthy defendants are released to self-funded private jails” while “defendants of lesser means are detained pending trial.”

“Such a two‐tiered system would ‘foster inequity and unequal treatment in favor of a very small cohort of criminal defendants who are extremely wealthy,’ ” the ruling by a three-judge appeals panel said.

The decision upholding a bail denial came in a criminal case in Brooklyn, New York, federal court that is unrelated to the case of Epstein, a former friend of Presidents Donald Trump and Bill Clinton.

The appeals panel in the other case said that “if a similarly situated defendant of lesser means would be detained, a wealthy defendant cannot avoid detention by relying on his personal funds to pay for private detention.”

So no “house arrest” at his Manhattan mansion, with private security guards and round the clock monitoring. You can read about the unrelated case here and here.


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