Insider Reveals 21st Century Illuminati Agenda

henrymakow.com — April 5, 2014

In a book Henry Kissinger called “brilliant and provocative..difficult to dismiss,” Jacques Attali confirms that the Illuminati bankers are imposing a hideous “Brave New World” on mankind, one divorced from goodness, truth or reality.
When he recently learned that Illuminati Jewish fixer George Soros was funding marijuana legalization, David Richards reminded me that drug legalization was one of the 2006 predictions of Jacques Atali, another Illuminati Jewish go-fer.
“Drugs will be legalized to numb us to the growing insanity around us,” Atali wrote in his book A Brief History of the Future. “‘Alcohol, cannabis, opium, morphine, heroin, cocaine, synthetic products (amphetamines, methamphetamines, Ecstasy). Chemical, biological, or electronic drugs, distributed by “self-repairers,” will become consumer products in a world without law of police, whose chief victims will be the infranomads.’  (Infranomads= world’s poor)
In light of this prescience, I revisited Richard’s 2010 book review and was astonished to read that Atali also foresaw a surveillance state where “our i-phones send data to the NSA.”

by David Richards — (from Dec 22, 2010 for henrymakow.com)

A Brief History of The Future by Jacques Attali (2006) outlines the elite’s agenda for the 21st Century.

A French Jew (he recently told the European Jewish Congress the world’s Jewish population needs to rise to 200 million),  Attali is a high-level technocrat working to fulfill the New World Order.

Jacques Attali has a varied CV.  For ten years he worked as an adviser to former French President Francois Mitterrand. In 1980, he started the European program Eurêka (a major European program on new technologies that invented, among other things, the MP3).
In 1991, he co-founded the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.  He is also at the origin of the higher education reform, known as LMD, designed to bring all European degrees into line.
He has published over 50 books, selling over 6 million copies worldwide. They include an adoring biography of banker Siegmand Warburg.
He has also written a glowing account of Karl Marx, arguing that Marx was a free-marketeer who favored capitalism as a stepping-stone to his Communist ideal and predicted globalization as we know it today (i.e. the New World Order).
In ‘A Brief History of The Future’ Attali predicts that this century will unfold in three distinct phrases.
1.   Super-empire = an era of privatization where corporations rule the day.  He writes, “money will finally rid itself of everything that threatens it- including nation states, which it will progressively dismantle.” The market will become the world’s only recognized law. A system of power whose ‘structures remain elusive but whose goal is global.’

Jacques Attali has a varied CV.  For ten years he worked as an adviser to former French President Francois Mitterrand. In 1980, he started the European program Eurêka (a major European program on new technologies that invented, among other things, the MP3).

In 1991, he co-founded the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.  He is also at the origin of the higher education reform, known as LMD, designed to bring all European degrees into line.

He has published over 50 books, selling over 6 million copies worldwide. They include an adoring biography of banker Siegmand Warburg.

He has also written a glowing account of Karl Marx, arguing that Marx was a free-marketeer who favored capitalism as a stepping-stone to his Communist ideal and predicted globalization as we know it today (i.e. the New World Order).

In ‘A Brief History of The Future’ Attali predicts that this century will unfold in three distinct phrases.

1.   Super-empire = an era of privatization where corporations rule the day.  He writes, “money will finally rid itself of everything that threatens it- including nation states, which it will progressively dismantle.” The market will become the world’s only recognized law. A system of power whose ‘structures remain elusive but whose goal is global.’

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