Aldous Huxley interview-1958 (FULL)


A rare 1958 interview from the author of “Brave New World” Thank you for watching.

25 thoughts on “Aldous Huxley interview-1958 (FULL)

  1. bart252

    @TruthTube1111 He was a very dodgy guy in the eugenics movement. His brother Julian was even leading member and president of the Britisch Eugenics Society in the 50’s (yes…. they still exist after WWII). In ’89 they changed their name to the Galton Institute (after Charles Galton Darwin, leading Eugenics scientist and writher of The Next Million Years in which he favours abortion, eugenics, forcing infertility,… He even was a major force in Manhattan Project…. nice people

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  2. hushups

    @MrSalimMilas How disappointing, I was hoping you would levy a nice slanderous, bigoted tirade towards me as well!

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  3. MrSalimMilas

    @hushups … and you have a lot of thinking and learning to do, although I don’t imagine that’s of much interest to you, given your response.

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  4. hushups

    @MrSalimMilas You’ve got a lot of reading to do, although given your response I don’t imagine that’s much interest to you to begin with. Enjoy your freedom when oil hits $200 a barrel.

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  5. jackinla8

    Notice how that corporate-stooge, Mike Wallace was subtly promoting the communist agenda even back then!

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  6. Rikhartpt

    Amazing 30 minutes, thank you sincerely for this. Cant avoid but noticing that all he speaks of, is now pretty much in place :)

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  7. Beowulfsonur

    @alycephoto…How true. One of the best things an individual can do is turn off the tv & read a good book. 7 companies own ‘ALL’ the so called news/news networks so going there for truth is like going to a bar to remain sober.

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  8. microsoftbighard

    Notice how Mike Wallace did not drag the cigarette, he put the smoke to his lips for 0.5 of a second as it went over to Huxley.

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  9. powergirl901

    Huxley sounds kind of muddled here. Maybe he’d been taking to many mushrooms, but overpopulation is hardly a problem, and the communists failed spectacularly 30 years after this broadcast. – he underestimates the effect of propaganda, which we’re suffused with right now. Nearly every statement from television is a total lie, especially from government. The French at this very year, had a philosophy, (situationism), that fully explains our current condition in work and media. Huxley= genius tho

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  10. ouztsie123

    @Firstclass…that “reporter” is the very, very famous Mike Wallace of 60 Minutes fame. It cracks me up seeing him lighting up one cigarette after another. Wallace is a major lib. How ’bout when he suggested to the amazingly brilliant Aldous Huxley ( who’s quite hoy, IMHO) that maybe the US should have their worker drones, etc.? Sheeesh!

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  11. hfc619

    Huxley was a prophet in the truest sense of the word. A bit of a dodgy guy with too many links to the eugenics movement – granted – but still an insightful son of a bitch.

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  12. alycephoto

    We gobble anti depressants so we can keep slaving away at our jobs which our paycheck buys less and less each day, so we can come home and watch sports or dancing with stars….too exhausted to notice the elites have much more money and freedom than we could imagine.

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  13. 1stclassrecordings

    that reporter was RETARDED! “sir, do you think that freedom is necessary?” worst question in the world.

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  14. Vengeance4Me79

    @harrymook That’s great!! But I didn’t order the bombing of Libya…The front man, Obama, did that! The US/UK/ISRAEL have used the military industrial complex to bring about death and destruction!! There needs to be mass hangings of the US LEGISLATIVE and EXECUTIVE BRANCH!! Government members should have equal status with the people. THEY ARE THEIRE TO SERVE THE PEOPLE!!!

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  15. harrymook

    @Vengeance4Me79 Quadaffi was in the process of irrigating 448 million acres to produce 25,000 lbs of food per acre year using water that sank into the desert from the Nile floods every year. Since humans eat no more than 2,250 lbs of food per year – this is enough to feed 4.98 billion people. Expanding this into Egypt and Tunisia expands food production for 8 billion easily. We should be helping him out, not bombing him.

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  16. harrymook

    @Vengeance4Me79 I was using numbers that weren’t fudged by the UN. Yes, the UN reports 900 million in 1800, even though there is no real data to support it – they’re estimates. According to the UN figures you quote it took 110 years for numbers to double from 1800 to 1910 – to 1.8 billion – then another 50 years to double again from 1910 to 1960 – then another 50 years to double again from 1960 to 2010 to 7.2 billion. It doesn’t change the fact that we’re creating artificial scarcity.

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