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Books Written By Elites That Tell You The Future They Are Planning

They are telling you what your future is. It is not a conspiracy theory.

1. A Brief History of the Future by Jacques Attali

Jacques Attali is a French economist and scholar. From 1981 to 1991, he was an advisor to President François Mitterrand. He subsequently cast doubt on Mitterrand's past as a mid-level Vichy government functionary in his retrospective of Mitterrand's career, C'était François Mitterrand, published in 2005.

In April 1991 he became the first President of the London-based European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the financial institution established by western governments to assist the countries of eastern and central Europe and the former Soviet Union in their transition to democratic market economies. He worked at the bank until 1993.

In 1998 Attali founded the French non-profit organization PlaNet Finance which focuses on microfinance.

Attali is perhaps best known in America as the author of Noise: The Political Economy of Music.

2. Soldiers Of Reason: The RAND Corporation And The Rise Of The American Empire

The first-ever popular history of the RAND Corporation, written with full access to its archives, Soldiers of Reason is a page-turning chronicle of the rise of the secretive think tank that has been the driving force behind American government for sixty years.

Born in the wake of World War II as an idea factory to advise the air force on how to wage and win wars, RAND quickly became the creator of America’s anti-Soviet nuclear strategy. A magnet for the best and the brightest, its ranks included Cold War luminaries such as Albert Wohlstetter, Bernard Brodie, and Herman Kahn, who arguably saved us from nuclear annihilation and unquestionably created Eisenhower’s “military-industrial complex.”

In the Kennedy era, RAND analysts became McNamara’s Whiz Kids and their theories of rational warfare steered our conduct in Vietnam. Those same theories drove our invasion of Iraq forty-five years later, championed by RAND affiliated actors such as Paul Wolfowitz, Donald Rumsfeld, and Zalmay Khalilzad. But RAND’s greatest contribution might be its least known: rational choice theory, a model explaining all human behavior through self-interest. Through it RAND sparked the Reagan-led transformation of our social and economic system but also unleashed a resurgence of precisely the forces whose existence it denied— religion, patriotism, tribalism.

With Soldiers of Reason, Alex Abella has rewritten the history of America’s last half century and cast a new light on our problematic present.

3. The Rockefellers: An American Dynasty - Peter Collier and David Horowitz

Founder of Encounter Books in California, Collier was publisher from 1998-2005. He co-founded the Center for the Study of Popular Culture with David Horowitz. Collier wrote many books and articles with Horowitz. Collier worked on the website FrontpageMag. He was an organizer of Second Thoughts conferences for leftists who have moved right.

4. Tragedy and Hope: A History of the World in Our Time - Carroll Quigley

TRAGEDY AND HOPE shows the years 1895-1950 as a period of transition from the world dominated by Europe in the nineteenth century to the world of three blocs in the twentieth century. With clarity, perspective, and cumulative impact, Professor Quigley examines the nature of that transition through two world wars and a worldwide economic depression. As an interpretative historian, he tries to show each event in the full complexity of its historical context. The result is a unique work, notable in several ways. It gives a picture of the world in terms of the influence of different cultures and outlooks upon each other; it shows, more completely than in any similar work, the influence of science and technology on human life; and it explains, with unprecedented clarity, how the intricate financial and commercial patterns of the West prior to 1914 influenced the development of today's world.

5. The Anglo-American Establishment - Carroll Quigley

Quigley exposes the secret society's established in London in 1891, by Cecil Rhodes. Quigley explains how these men worked in union to begin their society to control the world. He explains how all the wars from that time were deliberately created to control the economies of all the nations.

6. Between Two Ages - Zbigniew Brzeziński

Zbigniew Kazimierz Brzezinski was a Polish-American political scientist, geostrategist, and statesman who served as United States National Security Advisor to President Jimmy Carter from 1977 to 1981. Known for his hawkish foreign policy at a time when the Democratic Party was increasingly dovish, he is a foreign policy realist and considered by some to be the Democrats' response to Republican realist Henry Kissinger.

Major foreign policy events during his term of office included the normalization of relations with the People's Republic of China (and the severing of ties with the Republic of China), the signing of the second Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty (SALT II), the brokering of the Camp David Accords, the transition of Iran to an anti-Western Islamic state, encouraging reform in Eastern Europe, emphasizing human rights in U.S. foreign policy, the arming of the mujaheddin in Afghanistan to fight against the Soviet-friendly Afghan government, increase the probability of Soviet invasion and later entanglement in a Vietnam-style war, and later to counter the Soviet invasion, and the signing of the Torrijos-Carter Treaties relinquishing U.S. control of the Panama Canal after 1999.

He was a professor of American foreign policy at Johns Hopkins University's School of Advanced International Studies, a scholar at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, and a member of various boards and councils. He appeared frequently as an expert on the PBS program The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer.

7. Shaping the Fourth Industrial Revolution - Klaus Schwab

The Fourth Industrial Revolution is changing everything – from the way we relate to each other, to the way our economies work, to what it means to be human. We cannot let the brave new world that technology is creating simply emerge. We must shape the future we want to live in.

World Economic Forum Founder and Executive Chairman Klaus Schwab's best-selling 2016 book, The Fourth Industrial Revolution, revealed the extent of change tearing through our world. We live at a momentous time in history, and we have to bear the responsibility to make sure our technologically-enriched future is one that is also safe, ethical, inclusive and sustainable.

We can't just wait to find out what happens. Emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, distributed ledger systems and cryptocurrencies, advanced materials and biotechnologies are permeating and starting to transform society. The actions we take today – and those we don't – will quickly become embedded in powerful technologies that surround us and will, very soon, become an integral part of us. How do we get ahead of this curve?

Shaping the Fourth Industrial Revolution draws on contributions by more than 200 of the world's leading technological, economic and sociological experts to present a practical guide for citizens, business leaders, social influencers and policy-makers. It outlines the most important dynamics of today's technological revolution, highlights important stakeholders that are often overlooked in our discussion of the latest scientific breakthroughs, and explores 12 different technology areas key to the future of humanity.

By connecting the dots across the most important technologies changing the world today, and exploring the practical steps that individuals, businesses and governments can take, this book aim to help everyone interested in technology to actively shape an inclusive and sustainable future.

8. UNESCO: Its Purpose and Philosophy - Julian Huxley

UNESCO was created "to contribute to peace and security by promoting collaboration among the nations through education, science, and culture." No one spoke with greater authority about the plan for UNESCO than Julian Huxley. As Executive Secretary of its Preparatory Commission and first Director General, he was a major influence the organization's original vision. This facsimile edition provides both the English and French editions of Huxley's visionary policy document, first published in 1946 during preparatory negotiations.

In 1887, Julian Huxley, the brother of novelist Aldous Huxley and the grandson of agnostic biologist Thomas Henry Huxley, was born in Great Britain. Educated as a biologist at Oxford, he taught at Rice Institute, Houston (1912-1916), Oxford (1919-25) and Kings College (1925-1935). An ant specialist (he wrote a book called Ants in 1930), Huxley became Secretary of the Zoological Society of London (1935-1942), and UNESCO's first general director (1946-1948). A strong secular humanist, Huxley called himself "not merely agnostic . . . I disbelieve in a personal God in any sense in which that phrase is ordinarily used. . . I disbelieve in the existence of Heaven or Hell in any conventional Christian sense." (Religion Without Revelation, 1927, revised 1956.) Huxley was an early evolutionary theorist, with versatile academic interests. Some of his many other books include: Essays of a Biologist (1923), Animal Biology (with J.B.S. Haldane, 1927), The Science of Life (with H.G. Wells, 1931), Thomas Huxley's Diary of the Voyage of the HMS Rattlesnake (editor, 1935), The Living Thoughts of Darwin (1939), Heredity, East & West (1949), Biological Aspects of Cancer (1957), Towards a New Humanism (1957), and Memories, a two-volume autobiography in the early 1970s. Huxley was knighted in 1958 and was also a founder of the World Wildlife Fund.

Huxley was well known for his presentation of science in books and articles, and on radio and television. He directed an Oscar-winning wildlife film. He was awarded UNESCO's Kalinga Prize for the popularisation of science in 1953, the Darwin Medal of the Royal Society in 1956, and the DarwinWallace Medal of the Linnaean Society in 1958. He was also knighted in that same year, 1958, a hundred years after Charles Darwin and Alfred Russel Wallace announced the theory of evolution by natural selection. In 1959 he received a Special Award of the Lasker Foundation in the category Planned Parenthood – World Population.

Huxley came from the distinguished Huxley family. His brother was the writer Aldous Huxley, and his half-brother a fellow biologist and Nobel laureate, Andrew Huxley; his father was writer and editor Leonard Huxley; and his paternal grandfather was Thomas Henry Huxley, a friend and supporter of Charles Darwin and proponent of evolution. His maternal grandfather was the academic Tom Arnold, his great-uncle was poet Matthew Arnold and his great-grandfather was Thomas Arnold of Rugby School.

9. The New World - H.G. Wells

This volume contains H. G. Wells's fascinating exposition of the 'New World Order', being a discussion of whether it is attainable, how it can be attained, and what sort of world a world at peace will have to be. This wonderful masterpiece of speculative theory will appeal to fans of Wells's seminal works and those with an interest in speculation as to the future of humanity. A wonderful addition to any personal library, this antiquarian text is not to be missed by discerning collectors of such literature. The chapters of this volume include: 'The End of an Age', 'Open Conference', 'Disruptive Forces', 'Class-War', 'Unsated Youth', 'Socialism Unavoidable', 'The New type of Revolution', 'Politics for the Sane Man', 'Declaration of the Rights of Man', 'International Politics', etcetera. Herbert George "H. G." Wells (1866 - 1946) was a prolific English writer in many genres; including the novel, history, politics, social commentary, as well as textbooks and rules for war games. We are republishing this vintage book now in an affordable, modern edition complete with a new prefatory biography of the author.

10. The Open Conspiracy: H.G. Wells

H.G. Wells was acclaimed during his lifetime as one of the most original and creative thinkers of the 20th century, and retains to this day a position of considerable importance in the history of ideas. In 1928 when he wrote this cry for a new age of worldwide knowledge networking, there was no Internet. Yet Wells was already convinced that if only thinking people across the planet could somehow pull together and pool their expertise, energy, and insights into sort of cerebrum for humanity, then the world would be a saner, safer, better, fairer place. Anyone aware of how the Internet already reflects both the vices and the virtues of society and wonders how a world-renowned visionary like H.G. Wells envisaged knowledge networking as working in practice will enjoy this book. It is a hymn to the practical possibilities of world group action.

11. Why the Future Doesn't Need Us - Bill Joy - Essay


The Grand Chessboard -Zbigniew Brzezinski

Scientific Outlook -Bertrand Russell

Impact of Science on Society -Bertrand Russell

Game of Nations -Miles Copeland

Anglo-American Establishment -Carroll Quigley

Man Unfolding – Dr. Jonas Salk

Survival of the Wisest – Dr. Jonas Salk

The Pentagon’s Brain -Annie Jacobsen

How the CIA Weaponizes Anthropology -David Price

Memoirs – David Rockefeller

The Next Million Years – Charles Galton Darwin

Programming and Metaprogramming in the Human Biocomputer – Dr. John C. Lilly

Theory and Praxis – Jurgen Habermas

The Aquarian Conspiracy – Marilyn Ferguson

Keys of This Blood – Malachi Martin

On Living in a Revolution – Julian Huxley

Philosophy of the United Nations – Julian Huxley

Brave New World – Aldous Huxley

The Perennial Philosophy – Aldous Huxley

Weaponizing Anthropology – David Price

The Turning Point -Frjitof Capra

Millennium -Tim Leary, Others

Autobiography of John C. Lilly -John C. Lilly

Devil’s Game – Robert Dreyfuss

Secret Affairs -Mark Curtis

New World Order: A Strategy for Imperialism -Sean Stone

Wall Street & The Russian Revolution -Dr. Richard Spence

Shadow Masters -Daniel Estulin

America’s Secret Establishment: Introduction to Skull & Bones -Dr. Antony Sutton

Full Spectrum Dominance -F. William Engdahl

Lost Hegemon -F. William Engdahl

Invisible History: Afghanistan’s Untold Story -Gould & Fitzgerald

Bilderberg Group -Daniel Estulin

Hybrid Wars: The Indirect Adaptive Approach to Regime Change -Andrew Korybko

Decline of the West – Oswald Spengler

John Courtney Murray, Time/Life & The American Proposition: The CIA Doctrinal Warfare Program Changed the Catholic Church -David Wemhoff

Reflections of a Russian Statesman -Petrovich Pobyedonostsev

Postmodern Imperialism -Eric Walberg

All thanks to Jay Dyer who has read and summarised all these books for us.


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