According to Chris Hedges, neoliberalism touts the impossible utopian ideology that goes with oligarchic corporate capitalism, likewise a form of inhumanism.
“Inhumanism” is the dogma, established by SCOTUS, that literally soulless nonpersons such as Corporations, have the same (or greater) rights, as persons, within the jurisdiction of the United States of America.
The justification for establishing legal fictions as bonafide humans stems from the post Civil War Reconstruction Era amendments, the fourteenth in particular.
If formerly nonhuman or part-human slaves could now enjoy the rights of humans, then so could the formerly “artificial persons” of lawyer-capitalism, went the reasoning. The judges bought it, seemed only fair.
The inhumanists’ hub, the District of Columbia, is meant to extend its jurisdiction, by Manifest Destiny, to encompass the whole world. Inhuman corporations will soon own all the intellectual property such that humans are helpless against them. No Singularity is necessary to make this happen.
The Philippines of Mark Twain’s day was a first test case, in being filled with “Indians” (non-Euros), much as Arabia is today.
Lets take over from Spain, then from France in Vietnam. Lets be an empire. Inhumanism will triumph.
But don’t call Manifest Destiny a form of globalism, as its guise is faux nationalism. You’re meant to be flag wavy and war prone, even as the donors operate anywhere and everywhere, from various tax havens.
Inhumanism should not be confused with Transhumanism, which in turn has nothing to do with the cis-trans gender debates.
A Transhumanist has more in common with the Inhumanist in that both see human beings as second class and overdue for replacement.
An immortal Corporation, operating around the world, is hugely more powerful than any human individual.
Likewise, AI is on the brink of supplanting human intelligence with something phony.
Inhumanism embraces phony intelligence as another tool against real humanity.