Wow. Haven't had time to read the whole article; I copied and pasted it into word and it was 21 pages long in 11 font! But I have read the first few pages.
"Through all of human history, tyrants have used coercive force and terror to control populations. With the Technological Revolution, elites increasingly have the ability to control the very biology and psychology of the individual to a point where it may not be necessary to impose a system of terror, but rather where the control is implemented on a much deeper, psychological, subliminal and individual biological manner. While terror can prevent people from opposing power for a while, the scientific dictatorship can create a personal psycho-social condition in which the individual comes to love his or her own slavery; in which, like a mentally inferior pet, they are made to love their leaders and accept their servitude."
This sums up perfectly what I can see in pretty much everybody today going through the school systems, and older people too. The bit about "mentally inferior pet", unfortunately is very, very true, and I see it in virtually everyone.
"education in general, and higher education in particular, must aim to provide, beyond the physical, food for the intellect and soul. That education which ignores man's intrinsic nature, and neglects his intellect and reasoning power can not be considered true education."
HIM Haile Selassie I
Haile Selassie was clearly all for education, but as he says above, modern "education" systems cannot really be called "education", but perhaps learning conformance to authority, and learning to not question the slave master.
But, I realize this is straying a bit far from the topic. So, relating to organ donation, yes I agree with Hemphill that more effort should go into living clean and rejecting the Babylon lifestyle than effort spent developing the ever more complex technologies of opening a person up, and transplanting something from someone else.
All the best,