The World’s Master Diabolitician Calls the Shots on the Extermination of Human Populations
Una Piccolo Pandemia Permettera
Di Instaurare Il Governo Mondiale
“A Small Pandemic Will Allow
The Establishment Of
A World Government”
Few people know the name of the world’s master diabolitician who has called the shots over the past 40 years for the globalist/socialist agenda that is now unfolding.
The revelation that in 1981 a French economist, socialist and political advisor, Jacques Attali, said that the burden of providing for the burgeoning population retirees in western nations would force an economic crisis that would bring on the planned extermination of older people via a “pandemic targeting certain people… a virus affecting the old or the fat… the weak will succumb to it, and the fearful and stupid will believe in it and seek treatment,” is now encircling the globe electronically via social networks.
This is what Attali envisaged decades ago
Attali denounces his quotable text as “totally invented,” that he advocated euthanasia for people over 60-65 years of age, saying his statement was made up from “truncated sentences” cherry picked from comments he made during an interview and later published in the book by the title L’Avenir de la Vie (the Future of Life) by Michel Salomon.
Regardless of Attali’s denials over what he stated in 1981, in 2009 he is quoted to have suggested a pandemic be used to control human populations that also included global taxation and a global police force.
Practice makes perfect
Fast forward to 2017 when the U.S. participated in a covert SPARS pandemic exercise, a scenario that has been scripted word-for-word into the current COVID-19 pandemic. Government began pandemic drills Attali foretold, that coincided with realities the Medicare and Social Security Trust Funds would run out of money by the end of the decade.
Are world leaders following the beat of this man’s drum? If so, the Devil is using the master diabolitician of our time.
Attali’s entire 1981 statement is presented below.
Attali: “The future will be about finding a way to reduce the population. We start with the old, because as soon as they exceed 60-65 years, people live longer than they produce and that costs society dearly. Then the weak, then the useless that do not help society because there will always be more of them, and above all, ultimately, the stupid. Euthanasia targeting these groups; Euthanasia will have to be an essential tool in our future societies, in all cases. Of course, we will not be able to execute people or build camps. We get rid of them by making them believe that it is for their own good.
Overpopulation, and mostly useless (sic), is something that is too costly economically. Socially, too, it is much better when the human machine comes to an abrupt standstill than when it gradually deteriorates. Neither will we be able to test millions upon millions of people for their intelligence, you bet that!
We will find or cause something a pandemic targeting certain people, a real economic crisis or not, a virus affecting the old or the fat, it doesn’t matter, the weak will succumb to it, the fearful and stupid will believe in it and seek treatment.
We will have made sure that treatment is in place, treatment that will be the solution. The selection of idiots then takes care of itself: You go to the slaughter by yourself. ”
[The future of life – Jacques Attali, 1981] Interviews with Michel Salomon, Les Visages de l’avenir collection, éditions Seghers. “…
Attali denies he advocated mass euthanasia 40 years ago, but he spelled out a diabolical idea in some detail to exterminate retirees because of their economic burden on society and later advocated such a future calamity in that same year, 1981. Attali did advocate extermination of human populations of old people.
To this day, at age 77, Attali continues to make dire predictions about the future of the world.
Attali is more than a commentator and a political advisor. He was also a founder and President of the European Bank of Reconstruction & Development and advisor to the Socialist Party.
Advisor to the Bilderbergers
More foreboding is that Attali attended the annual Bilderberger meeting where the wealthiest families in the world are backgrounded about world events and attempt to shape the future to ensure their elite financial status is not threatened. The Bilderbergers may have followed his lead instead of forging their own.
Attali said a lot more in 1981
Attali also said a lot more in 1981. He relegated humans to the status of machines that would need “prostheses” to live longer, but also “to end life,” suggestive of a surgically implanted “kill switch.” Or maybe a vaccine instilled “kill switch” in the form of an RNA vaccine?
In Attali’s mind, suicide is the freedom to choose to die on time, but it is also Attali’s only “choice.”
Salomon. – Is it possible and desirable to live 120 years?
Attali. – Medically, I don’t know. I’ve always been told that it was possible. Is it desirable? I would answer in several stages. First of all, I believe that in the logic of the industrial system in which we find ourselves, the extension of life expectancy is no longer an objective desired by the logic of power. Because as long as it was a question of extending life expectancy in order to reach the maximum profitability threshold of the human machine, in terms of work, it was perfect.
But as soon as you go beyond 60/65, people live longer than they produce and they cost society dearly.
Hence, I believe that in the very logic of industrial society, the objective will no longer be to extend life expectancy, but to ensure that within a given life span, people live as well as possible, but in such a way that health expenditures will be as low as possible in terms of costs for the community.
A new criterion of life expectancy then appears: that of the value of a health care system, which is not a function of the increase in life expectancy but of the number of years without illness and particularly without hospitalization. Indeed, from the point of view of society, it is much better for the human machine to come to an abrupt halt than for it to deteriorate gradually.
This is perfectly clear if we remember that two thirds of health expenditure is concentrated on the last words of life. Similarly, cynicism aside, health expenditure would not reach a third of the current level (175 billion francs in 1979) if people all died suddenly in car accidents. Thus, we must recognize that the logic no longer lies in increasing life expectancy but in increasing the duration of life without illness.
However, I think that increasing life expectancy remains a fantasy that corresponds to two objectives: the first is that of the men of power. The increasingly totalitarian and directive societies in which we find ourselves tend to be led by “old” men, to become gerontocracies.
The second reason is the possibility for capitalist society to make old age economically profitable simply by making old people solvent. It is currently a “market”, but it is not solvent….(guarantee them an income)
I am objectively opposed to extending life
because it is an illusion, a false problem.
As a socialist, I am objectively opposed to extending life
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