by Ruby Eden at Rair Foundation USA
Like his globalist counterpart, World Economic Forum leader Klaus Schwab, Jacques Attali is the lesser-known architect shaping the future.
If you have never heard of Jacques Attali, that might be intentional. Among the globalist architects, he is a shadowy figure who not only influences the course of French politics but also shapes our future – globally. Is Jacques Attali merely a spokesman presenting the plans for powerful globalist networks, or could he be the real mastermind behind moving us all toward a Great Reset?
Who is Jacques Attali
Jacques Attali was born November 1, 1943, in French Algeria. His father, Simon Attali, achieved success in perfumery with his shop “Bib et Bab” in Algiers. But, as the story goes, two years after the beginning of the Algerian Independence War (1954-1962), Simon Attali decided to move to Paris with his family.
Political Advisor, Author & Prophet
Jacques Attali studied at the Ivy League of French universities, receiving his Ph.D. in economics from the University Paris Dauphine in 1972. His political career started during his tenure as a Professor of Economics at the same university. He is best known for being a special advisor & counselor to left-wing French President François Mitterrand from 1981-1991, but Attali also directed Mitterrand’s political campaign for the presidential election in 1974.
For over 45 years, Jacques Attali has been present in the political landscape in France. He has written over 40 books, some of which could be described as visions of colorful utopias and others as prophetic. Attali also co-founded EUREKA, a European inter-governmental program for new technologies, which developed, among other things, the MP3.
He is currently the Founder, Chairman, and President of Positive Planet, a globalist organization that contributes to the United Nations’ 2030 globalist agenda. As reported previously at RIAR Foundation USA, “their Agenda is nothing less than global government tyranny that enslaves all humanity while calling the scheme ‘sustainable development’ and ‘equality.’” As the World Economic Forum states, by 2030, “You’ll own nothing, and you’ll be happy.”
In the following video translated by RAIR, French writer Paul-Étienne Pierrecourt examines some of Jacques Attali’s writings and his stunning predictions that apply to world events of the last few years…