The Islamic terrorist attacks on France will radically change the face of Europe forever, as citizens now demand protection and security over any semblance of freedom and liberty. This vacuum will be filled with irreversible technocratic governance.
The great Christian philosopher of the 20th century, Francis Schaeffer, concluded in 1978 that the world would ultimately be faced with three outcomes as a result of shifting world views:
- Hedonism – People would see pleasure and sensual self-indulgence as the highest good and principle aim of human life.
- Tyranny of the 51% – As decisions are demanded based on popular opinion, society would suffer from a mob rule mentality.
- Technocratic dictatorship – People would demand regulations and scientifically-enforced security to restore order to an otherwise increasingly chaotic world.
In fact, all three of these are clearly in play today.
As to hedonism, it was reported in Egypt that ISIS takes credit for Paris attacks in ‘capital of adultery and vice’. The attack on the Bataclan concert hall where an American rock bank was playing was that “hundreds of apostates were attending an adulterous party.” It is lost on the jihadists that murder ranks higher than adultery on the scale of human atrocities.
As to the tyranny of the 51%, massive anti-Islam protests are breaking out all over Europe, demanding the closing of borders to further Islamic migration and the expulsion of currently present migrants. Their concerns and demands are certainly heart-felt, but neither option is likely to be taken up by the technocrats currently in charge of the European Union.
Which leads to the third point. People demanding security and order will not care how it gets done. They won’t care what they have to give up to get it. Nor will they care who does it. For all this, the technocratic elite are waiting in the wings to pounce on the opportunity to push their agenda of global domination toward the final endgame.
This requires a little background. My book, Technocracy Rising: The Trojan Horse of Global Transformation, documents the connections and progressions between historic Technocracy from the 1930s and the Trilateral Commission working to achieve its original goal of establishing a “New International Economic Order”. Today, we see this as Sustainable Development, “Green Economy”, Climate Change, Agenda 21, 2030 Agenda and other such programs being proffered by the United Nations at the instance of Trilateral Commission members.
Thus, enter Mr. Peter Sutherland, the honorary Chairman of the Trilateral Commission’s European group. Sutherland has served as CEO of BP, Chairman of Goldman Sachs International and was Director-General of the World Trade Organization (WTO) from 1993-1995. Currently he serves at President of the International Catholic Migration Commission and most importantly, as the United Nations Special Representative of the Secretary-General for International Migration since 2006.
If there is one person we can point to who originally architected and then enforced Europe’s migration policy, it is Peter Sutherland. The UN’s own website quotes him as stating,”No other force—not trade, not capital flows—has the potential to transform lives in sustainable, positive ways and on the scale that migration does.” He is on public record many times stating that only through migration can a multicultural society in Europe be established. Moreover, he claims that multiculturalism is the only viable path to implementing the UN’s economic system of Sustainable Development.
In 2012, Sutherland stated that migration was a “crucial dynamic for economic growth… however difficult it may be to explain this to the citizens of those states”. Those same states today should have a few questions for Sutherland.
All this is to say, if Trilateral Commission member Peter Sutherland has been the driving force behind the rampant migration from the Mideast in the first place, would the same Trilateral Commission have plans on solving the current crisis that is ripping Europe apart?
Consider that when Greece was melting down in 2011, the European Union summarily dispatched Trilateral Lucas Papademos to take the role of Prime Minister. At the same time Italy was headed for economic chaos, which prompted the EU to unilaterally send in Trilateral Mario Monte to assume the position of Prime Minister. No elections. The European press called these men “technocrats” as they were installed as quasi-dictators in two of the world’s most historic bastions of elected representation.
I fully expect a “Rise of the Technocrats” in Europe as a result of the Paris attacks. They will assert themselves as the only ones who have a solution and they will make blathering pledges for security and safety while converting the region into a full-blown technocratic dictatorship.
Let it not be lost on the reader that the same Trilateral Commission-inspired migration policy is and has been in full play in the United States, and that this is the exact reason why the southern border with Mexico is wide-open and will never be closed. And, with increased waves of migration to the U.S., it is certain that Paris-like chaotic events will eventually occur here, leading to similar results as in Europe.
Trilateral Commission member Richard Gardner wrote The Hard Road to World Order in 1974, just one year after the Commission’s creation. He stated,
“In short, the ‘house of world order’ would have to be built from the bottom up rather than from the top down. It will look like a great ‘booming, buzzing confusion,’ to use William James’ famous description of reality, but an end run around national sovereignty, eroding it piece by piece, will accomplish much more than the old-fashioned frontal assault.”
“Booming, buzzing confusion”, indeed.