The United Kingdom's Transhumanist Party's policies are equally as vague; these are just a bunch of feel-good talking points that give no real indication of the actual politics that drive their adherents. I've read elsewhere that there was a burgeoning transhumanist party in Germany but I don't think it has received as much traction as its american or british counterparts. As a burger, Zoltan Istvan has been the head of the TPUSA since he "founded" it in 2014; he did a recent AMA on reddit last week that can be viewed here: https://archive.fo/hPeRc
We can conclude that he's a staunch libertarian that openly endorsed Gary Johnson for president the closer we got to Election Day; Zoltan's book, "The Transhumanist Wager" is often referred to as an apt summation of his political philosophy. It's basically Ayn Rand's "Atlas Shrugged" but with seasteads and übermenschen; an utter self-insert fantasy novel where he advocates the genocide of anything that doesn't believe in what he believes in. In his AMA he's opted to taking the revisionist route so much to the point where it seems like he regrets even publishing it in the first place; the guy comes off as an accelerationist, but I'm still finding that hard to believe.>Afaik, they're very similar to the philosophical movement.
So apolitical and culturally illiterate? Got it.>>2675>And what's wrong with globalization?
Globalization is the reason for much of the West's contemporary ills; the neoliberal economic policies enacted by the Reagan and Thatcher administrations during the 80s had deregulated ALL the things and gave corporations a dose of extraterritoriality. Before Occupy Wall Street and #BlackLivesMatter there was Anti-Globalization in the 90s as many saw that the post-Cold War economic boom they were experiencing wasn't going to last the decade.
And it didn't.
ANARCHO-TRANSHUMANIST INSURRECTION WHEN?