Yuval Noah Harari spills the beans: ‘We just don’t need the vast majority of the population’

Technology will ‘make it possible to replace the people’

Top World Economic Forum adviser Yuval Noah Harari has declared in a recent interview that the “vast majority” of the world’s 7.5 billion people are simply no longer needed due to technological advances in artificial intelligence, machine learning and bioengineering.

In one sentence, Harari validated what we “conspiracy theorists” have been saying for years, that globalist power elites want to rid the world of people deemed “useless” in their eyes. That’s why we call them global predators.

“We just don’t need the vast majority of the population,” said Harari, who is a historian, futurist, popular author and, most importantly, the chief adviser to Klaus Schwab, founder and director of the extremely influential WEF.

The WEF entertains thousands of devoted followers at its annual meetings in Davos, Switzerland. These devotees include heads of state, congressmen, governors, top corporate CEOs, even Hollywood entertainers and stars from the sports and music world. They are being fed a full diet of propaganda cooked up by Luciferian-influenced intellectuals like Harari and Schwab.

I highly recommend listening to Harari’s interview with Chris Anderson (posted August 9), who is head of the TED media group. Let me know in the comments what you think of his statements and his worldview.

Harari repeats his previous predictions of a “useless class” of “unemployable” humans. In past statements Harari has said these useless people will need to be kept pacified by drugs and entertainment, otherwise we’ve got a problem on our hands. How do we get rid of billions of useless eaters, or at least contain their anger and resentment at being cast to the societal curb?

Harari says the 20th century was marked by three big “stories” that human beings told themselves in order to explain the world: Fascism, Communism and Liberalism.

All three of these movements placed an emphasis on the “common man” in their propaganda messaging to the people, as opposed to earlier periods in history when kings and queens ruled by divine right and noblemen held ownership of the land, using the rest of the people as serfs.

Now, in the 21st century, people “are no longer part of the story of the future,” Harari says. They simply have no role. Humanity 1.0 is being phased out, and only those humans willing to make the TRANSition to Humanity 2.0 and join the all-new species of transhumans, will be welcomed in the emerging technocratic society.

“It’s much worse, psychologically, to feel you are useless than to feel you are exploited,” Harari says in the above interview.

That’s why Schwab said at the WEF annual meeting in May, 2022, that “we must prepare for an angrier world.”

They are getting ready to phase out humanity 1.0 and they fully anticipate there will be riots, rising violence and chaos as many people wake up and realize they’re no longer needed, not by their employer, not by the military, not by anyone other than their family which they still must provide for.

It’s true that having no purpose in life is the ultimate downer.

But, as always, Harari is telling a half-truth while withholding the ultimate truth.

Regardless of where technology is leading the world, a believer in Jesus Christ always feels they have a purpose because they don’t derive their meaning in life from their jobs, their reputations or their acceptance by any person or group. We strive to please God and Him alone.

We get our meaning from the fact that we are made in God’s image, born with a free will to decide whether we will follow Him or follow the rest of the sheep who are following vain leaders, blind guides like Harari and Schwab, mere mortals who think they are smarter than everyone else when in fact they are pitiful human beings devoid of the discernment of God’s Holy Spirit. They are vacant souls, uttering silly human “hypotheses,” because they have no rudder to keep them on the path that leads to life, eternal life. All Harari can offer is hopelessness. Oh but he sounds so smart in delivering his dismal message.

While the three movements he speaks of – fascism, communism and liberalism – did indeed dominate the political and cultural landscape from the period roughly between 1800 and 2000, there is a fourth story, an eternal story with no beginning and no end, that trumps all of them. That story is the biblical story of an Almighty Creator God and His Christ, who created mankind in His image and gave them a set of rules to live by. He raises up and brings down all human kingdoms, whether they be based on royal lineage, fascism, communism, the current “liberal world order” or the emerging technocratic beast system that is overtaking the nations.

The book of Daniel explains in detail how a series of earthly kingdoms will rise and fall, with only one left standing in the end, that being the Kingdom of God and of His Christ.

Harari, being an atheist, overlooks the biggest “story” of all. He’s so caught up in the story of humanity, so self-absorbed, that he can’t see the overarching story of God in his explanation of where we’ve come from as human beings and where we are heading as things spiral further and further off the rails. Technology is not going to be our savior. Artificial intelligence cannot save us. In fact many who give themselves over to the AI-controlled beast system will lose their souls.

Harari can say that humans have been replaced by AI, machine learning, blockchain and bioengineering, and it’s true that these technologies are now driving the economies of the world as technocracy and globalism leads to a global end-times dystopian slave-state.

But technocracy is heading for the same fate as the other “stories” Harari mentions. And, I would posit, the technocratic beast system won’t even last as long as communism or liberalism before it’s relegated to the dust bin of history.

Harari hypothesizes that anxiety about being displaced by AI and a highly educated “tech” class is at the root of the world’s “disillusionment and backlash against the liberal order.”

“Part of what might be going [on] is people realize — and they’re correct in thinking that, ‘The future doesn’t need me. … Maybe if they are nice, they will throw some crumbs my way, like universal basic income.’

“Now, fast forward to the early 21st century when we just don’t need the vast majority of the population,” Harari continued, “because the future is about developing more and more sophisticated technology, like artificial intelligence and bioengineering.”

Harari added that “these technologies increasingly will make redundant” …“whatever people are still doing which is useful,” and will thus “make it possible to replace the people.”

While he conceded that technologies such as AI will open up new and “more interesting jobs,” Harari argued that “it’s not clear that many humans will be able to do them, because they will require high skills and a lot of education.”

This is where modern technocracy starts to resemble the old gnostic paganism where a certain elitist class of people have access to secret knowledge that the common folks just aren’t able to tap into.

It’s all just hopeless if you listen to Harari.

Harari is full of clever lies and half-truths. He is book smart but lacks the kind of true wisdom and discernment that comes from above. Thus, he can’t see that he is on a path to destruction. Or maybe he does see it but wants to believe that it’s only the common folk who will be destroyed.

Either way, he’s as lost as lost can be, and seems determined to take with him as many fellow humans as possible down the dark path to destruction.

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82 thoughts on “Yuval Noah Harari spills the beans: ‘We just don’t need the vast majority of the population’”

  1. Hariri has ZERO intention of providing basic universal income, or to keep Useless Eaters pacified by drugs and entertainment. Their agenda is to kill anyone who doesn’t fit into their plan by either becoming slaves or by being participants in their schemes. Harari usually says the quiet parts out loud and I’ve listened to enough of his rants to know that’s what he means.

    Harari is an avowed vegan and believes modern (animal) farming is the greatest evil ever committed on the planet. The Bible tells us cannibalism will become ‘a thing’ in the Tribulation and you’ve got to supply that meat from somewhere. I’m going to make a giant assumption here and say Harari would have no moral problem using human beings to replace animal protein.

    The only meaningful difference between Harari, Fauci, Gates, and Schwab and Bundy, Ridgeway, Ramirez and Gacy is that the aforementioned are rich, famous and very powerful. And as a result, they are exponentially more dangerous.

    The devil is God’s devil and the globalists who are bringing about God’s End Times Plan are so blinded by pride and hatred for God that they are stupid enough to think they can pull this off, and God has no part in this. Just like Satan.

    God has told us what will happen and we know their time is short, very short. Harari is the most blasphemous, vile, soulless person I have yet seen in this world, and considering the competition that is really saying something. It wouldn’t surprise me in the least if he transforms into the False Prophet, especially since his sycophants and acolytes are now calling him The Prophet.

    I am weary today. My heart is hurting and I’m crying lots of tears for what is happening to the world and how clueless those I love are to what is blindingly clear to those of us who have eyes to see.

    May the unredeemed who are written in the Lamb’s Book of Life quickly come to Christ and be saved, before the 70th Week of Daniel comes to test the whole world.

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    1. “I am weary today. My heart is hurting and I’m crying lots of tears for what is happening to the world and how clueless those I love are to what is blindingly clear to those of us who have eyes to see”…. Ditto!!


    2. God will look after his own people, these Satanists think they know more than God well let’s see who knows everything I’m betting on God.

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    3. Peace which passes all understanding, from our Father which art in Heaven, and the all suficient grace of the LORD be multiplied unto you forever as we rejoice into eternity thru the faith of Jesus. Declaring the glorious good news of salvation. Amen


  2. So true. The ones he thinks needs to be eliminated are so very precious in His eyes. I wonder if this is not one reason for dumbing down the schools and expanding the welfare state. And now Canada is all in on euthenasia–start with costly patients, expand to elderly and retarded, then do prenatal testing for eugenics – low IQ, sterilized at puberty. God will not allow this to continue, His wrath will be awesome and terrible. Choose wisely, it’s for eternity.

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    1. This is a silly question… are you my Canadian cousin Trudy? If so, this is George’s daughter in the states!! GB!


  3. Well…God the Creator Works all the time but physically no one is coming to save you..this is the last battle between good and evil..train in your life like you will fight for your life..what’s your plan


  4. On the other hand, trump loaded the gun….

    “They’re not out to get me, they’re out to get you. I’m just pointing the way.” (Djt quote adjusted to the truth)


    1. DJT warned you and all, that those who percecute him are not greater than he; Yet, rather they who would destroy all but 1 in 15,000 + or – of mankind are able to pursue their intent unless he is helped by us.


  5. This is so typical elitist feudalist thinking!

    False assumptions abound.
    1. He assumes that humanity is just here to serve the elites and when that purpose is served another way, it is time to dispose of these ‘cattle’ in the eyes of the globalists as a pile of useless refuse. Like slaves.
    2. He assumes the mass of humanity is owned by the globalist elites and they can do with humanity as they will, dispose of them since the serfs are no longer needed by them.
    3. He assumes that there is no higher purpose and looks at life and the world only through his limited, atheistic worldview and assumes that everyone is subject to it.
    4. He assumes that all this being so, that they are the ones who decide who lives or dies and that they own the whole of humanity, and of course their people will live and the rest of the people will die. Hence the jab agendas.

    As many have said on here, let him be the first one to volunteer for elimination.
    He is wrong on all accounts of his false assumptions of course. Just to encourage people, we do not derive our value from our job and functions in life. God created us to have fellowship with Him, and when we do, we are completely fulfilled. That is our purpose in life, and no one can forfeit it or nullify it. That whole supernatural world exists outside of Harari’s limited human brain and he is oblivious to it. But it is not subject to him, he is subject to it. God will only allow to happen what is in His will. God decides our purpose and value, not a mere mortal man with such limited insight as Harari. The rest of the details of your life are beside the point, all that matters is if you have received Jesus as your personal Lord and Savior! We are here to serve Him and His purposes, not those of the evil globalists!

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      1. Thank you! The sheer arrogance of types like him can really get your goat, like they think they are god or something!


  6. You could have titled your post “Against the Hararisies.” He is just promoting another form of idol worship and as with most so called atheists their hatred reveals their god Satan.


  7. What a great article that says like it really is!
    Talk about putting that lil sh*t back in his box…..
    and exposing Dr Evil and Egor for what they really are.
    keep up the good work.
    God bless you.

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  8. “There are many devices in a man’s heart; Nevertheless the counsel of the LORD, that shall stand.”
    ‭‭Proverbs‬ ‭19:21‬ ‭KJV‬‬


  9. Non-believers in Jesus Christ will ALWAYS speak contradictory things. Yuval fell prey to his own ignorance when he stated, “While he conceded that technologies such as AI will open up new and “more interesting jobs,” Harari argued that “it’s not clear that many humans will be able to do them, because they will require high skills and a lot of education.” Oh, you mean the humans who will have access to AI to assist them in the most challenging jobs coming in the future? Harari boasts of AI but then seems to miss the contradiction that since AI is so brilliant, wont it be able to assist the most ignorant person in doing the most sophisticated of jobs? Harari is simply a pawn of Satan just as all the “atheist” leaders are. They will walk right into the Great Tribulation, devoid of what God has already revealed about what and how He will respond. They will proudly organize the great army that Jesus, with one word, will destroy. Let’s pray for all of them so that just maybe, some will open their eyes and see and repent and put their wholehearted faith in the One and Only Savior of the World.


  10. The ‘Hohmann File’ in my email and your articles in my Word documents gets thicker every time you write! No one else gives me the unbelievable and diabolical works of the elites, especially Harari, since you introduced him to me. Today’s words fill our hearts and souls that Father and Son are always in control, preparing for His people to COME HOME. So incredibly sad that millions of Jews will never see their Messiah until they must stand before His ultimate judgment.

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  11. Dear Leo,

    You teach me. I love that. I didn’t know that Yuval is Klaus Schwab’s sidekick. So I have saved this. Thank you.

    God bless,




    1. Yes Sir! Right on all counts. The Sad fact is NoahY.Harari (from Isreal) is the Prophet to Elites in Science, Politics, Hollywood, and Social media Moguls. Search to see Who is Endorsing him! Vast numbers of Rich and Powerful influencers of today, give him audience, and promote his thinking.
      If you don’t already know that, then you are one of the masses Thier plan means to cull. Wake up to know the Real Plan set for Us by GOD. The True path to Life, ready and Available Freely, to ALL. No IQ or monetary requirements to qualify as Elite in the Lord of Lord’s Kingdom. HIS arms are Open with Great mercy for You.


  12. RE: the podcast of Harari. Actually he describes the situation today pretty accurately. As a culture, we truly have no narrative to guide us (let’s be honest, the Biblical narrative in our culture was abandoned years ago, practically speaking). We are indeed a very thoroughly secular culture which has been moving towards total secularism since the Protestant Reformation desacralized culture and the French Revolution radicalized secularism into utopia. So the narratives of the recent past that he mentions, fascism, communism, liberalism were facets of a broad secularist movement, but these now are slipping into the past, at least as a propaganda narrative, while practical elements of each continue to function in tandem with each other as needed.

    Underneath all this, was the Industrial Revolution which was hugely disruptive of old hand trades and traditions around them, much of which was religiously tinged. Over the centuries, many were rendered unemployed by technology, and the lack of education to keep up with the industrials advances makes many unemployable, especially today. I saw this in the several industries I worked in and saw how the constant advances in technology put people out of work. My last ten years before retirement was a real challenge to stay employed because of the relentless advances. We can readily see this trend, for instance, at Walmart which is replacing its check out people with self-check out stations. More jobs lost there and that’s the trend nearly everywhere in some way. High tech is actually rendering people increasing “useless”. I can understand how this is happening, how the next step would be to physically eliminate the useless because what government will want billions of the unemployable on their welfare rolls? Is he advocating that? No–he didn’t go there (in this podcast), but that is something that is being advocated in some elitist sections. As a Jew living in Israel, surely he has some sensitivity to the meaning of the Holocaust. I would want to know what he thinks of what happened there.

    A New Industrial Revolution to replace the old narratives and economies? It seems like he thinks that humanity might economically survive by bartering its DNA code or other monitored bodily responses under the system of “Surveillance capitalism”. He does expect there may be abuses in this new sort of capitalism, but he moves quickly on from there and speculates on the advantages of mining information from humanity through implanted algorithms. “Who defines the goals?” (behind these algorithms) he asks, but says today these questions are not answered by philosophy or religion but engineering. A very reductionist way of looking at life, but then that is the epitome of the scientific/technology way of thinking. It’s almost the only narrative anyone is living out on a daily practical basis. It’s a problem that’s been here a long while.

    It’s interesting that he discusses meditation, but here again he uses as a consumerist technique. In this, he is typical of so many today. He says we need to “know ourselves” better in order to properly use the new technology culture, yet he doesn’t want the invasiveness of this monitoring of his thoughts and feelings in his own life. So, at least, he’s aware there’s problems with this.

    Mostly, he is interested in constructing a new narrative to provide an overarching mechanism to provide solutions. The construction of the New Narrative is all important to him. He said it doesn’t matter if the narrative is true “or even nonsense”, only if it’s effective in producing cooperation in producing technological/scientific solutions. That’s rather unethical. But the interviewer pointed out that some critics say that Harari is vague as to where all this technology is going and that his solution is to “know ourselves” in some vague way is inadequate to construct the new narrative. I felt that, too. What does “know yourself” mean in his world? His description of it seemed to be about self-centering.

    I have encountered this cavalier attitude to “narrative” before in college, where some professors don’t expect cultural and especially religious narratives to be anything more than a “story” or “myth” that we decide to live by, but not necessarily true. It can be interchangeable with any other “myth” of seemingly equal value. Psychologists today will treat their clients religious views as their accessing a “higher source” god narrative that is somewhat psychologically useful to live a balanced life. All this reflects a utilitarian view of life, which is so common today, right down to the least educated person. That’s our culture.

    Bottom line, Harari is a complete secularist, who is actually not at the head of this trend, certainly not its inventor, but just another partaker in it, looking to sell a new story about it, if he ever figures it out. While we can throw darts at his total secularism, be aware that each of us is very infected with it as well. More than we know.


    1. The Protestant Reformation didn’t do anything of the sort, other than free people from the tyranny of the dark ages and bring in the platform for democracy in that time in Europe. Oh, and it gave us the Bible. In our hands. In our own language so we can also understand the Word of God. And now, at least some of us do!


      1. 1blandiba—thanks for your response. Now my reply. Protestantism was a huge secularizing factor in Western history. It ended the common sacramental understanding and approach to life and reduced the practice of Christianity to theological individualism and intellectualism, minimized the importance of the Church and eliminated its unity by its constant fragmentation. Protestantism generally eliminated prayer led liturgical worship, reduced the Eucharist to a mere symbol, reduced the experience of “church” to sermonic lectures bracketed by songs, (usually of a popular sentimental nature). It observes no liturgical calendar or cycles whereby Time is sacralized, it recognizes no sacred space. No thing is consecrated for liturgical use. It produces no sacred art and imagery of any note because it labels all sacred art as idolatry, leaving a void for secular art to fill. Because of this and more, it is largely dis-Incarnational in its cultural effects which is why it is secularizing.

        You say that Protestantism freed Europe from the Dark Ages but I must remind you that Luther began his revolution in the era of the Renaissance, hardly the Dark Ages. And it was the German Princes that used his revolution to break from Rome’s authority. It was Luther who encouraged the German Princes to brutally suppress the Peasants Revolt, so Central Europe, France and Italy didn’t see democratic government until the 19th-20th centuries, led mostly by Freemasons.

        The 4th century Church gave Christianity the Bible because that’s when the Church established its canon. At the time, the Bible was in Latin, Greek, Aramaic, Coptic, G’eez and other languages of the east. In medieval times, it appeared in the languages of Scandinavia and Russia. In medieval Western Europe it became locked in Latin due to the rigidity of Catholicism trying to preserve its Roman imperial character, and it is to the credit of Protestantism that its translations of the Bible to the vernacular was again made available. But in Protestantism, Biblical interpretation is left up to the individual reader and not decided by the councils of the Church, leading to severe theological fragmentation and even heresies. That is why there are thousands of Protestant denominations, many of which cannot agree with each other on even the Christian basics. Which is why the non-Christians believe the Bible to be utterly contradictory and doubt Christianity is coherent.

        The Roman Catholic Church had many faults which led to the Protestant revolt and its subsequent secularizing influence. The Catholic Church was captured by papal supremacy, promoted and greatly exaggerated a theological pessimism taken from St Augustine (that continues in Protestant theology as well, for instance, in the Calvinist doctrine of total depravity). Reactions to its theological pessimism led to the secularism of the Renaissance, which looked back to the Greek and Roman pagan past as a way out of the theological impasse to re-affirm the value of man (as opposed to his total depravity).

        Secularism has a long evolution in Western culture. About a 1000 years. Roman Catholicism played a big part in that trend with its errors but Protestantism took it many times further.


      2. Hello Kayjae
        YOU SAY :
        ” Protestantism was a huge secularizing factor in Western history. It ended the common sacramental understanding and approach to life and reduced the practice of Christianity to theological individualism and intellectualism, minimized the importance of the Church and eliminated its unity by its constant fragmentation. Protestantism generally eliminated prayer led liturgical worship, reduced the Eucharist to a mere symbol, reduced the experience of “church” to sermonic lectures bracketed by songs, (usually of a popular sentimental nature). It observes no liturgical calendar or cycles whereby Time is sacralized, it recognizes no sacred space. No thing is consecrated for liturgical use. It produces no sacred art and imagery of any note because it labels all sacred art as idolatry, leaving a void for secular art to fill. Because of this and more, it is largely dis-Incarnational in its cultural effects which is why it is secularizing.”

        Hello Kayjae I can’t let your trivialisation of the early protestant church go unanswered. You criticize the fact that at protestant meetings they actually had sermons. A sermon serves to expound on the word of God so that the common man could gain understanding.
        The traditional hymns in the protestant church were very instructive and served to affirm the teaching of Christ and his apostles and to uphold the gospel message. They were centred on God and his truth.

        Whereas, in the Catholic church the hymns that I remember were mostly celebrating saints such as Patrick and Mary .

        The Catholic rosary celebrates Mary more than God. Each decade of the rosary has ten prayers to Mary which glorify her and recognise her as the mediator for sinners. . The rosary usually ends with the ‘hail holy queen’ prayer which also glorifies Mary.

        Jesus said that the holy spirit would glorify Him. But the predominant prayer in the catholic church actually glorifies Mary.

        The catholic church constantly puts various mediators between god and men other than Jesus Christ despite the bible saying that there is ONE mediator between god and men, the man Christ Jesus.

        1st Timothy 2:5
        For there is one God, and one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus;
        In the bible the Christians called on Christ, not Mary.

        The traditional protestant church recognised the last supper correctly where Jesus figuratively said that the bread was his body and the wine was his blood, but the catholic church has misinterpreted this because they do not accept Christ’s teaching in john 6 .

        In John 6 Jesus speaks figuratively about eating His flesh and drinking His blood.

        His disciples found this saying difficult because to eat human flesh was an abomination to them.

        But Jesus goes on to qualify this statement by saying :

        63 It is the Spirit who gives life; .the flesh profits nothing. The words that I speak unto you, they are spirit, and they are life.

        The catholic church doesn’t accept this teaching. Instead, they endorse cannibalism every time they celebrate the eucharist

        The catholic church makes images of saints and they pray to those images. They also have special relics which they claim are related to a particular saint .

        Here’s a definition of a catholic relic
        “Relics are physical objects directly connected to a saint, such as implements used to execute them, one of their belongings, or… a piece of them. Catholics believe that God acts through relics, and so they form an important part of their faith.”

        When I was a child everybody in school was given a miraculous medal which we were told would keep us safe. Of course the images on both sides of the medal were glorifying Mary.

        The point I am making is that the images in the catholic church have served for idolatry and have exchanged god’s honour and glory in favour of the various catholic saints.
        I was named after saint Anthony. He is the supposed to be the patron saint of lost and stolen articles.

        So when you seek to condemn the early protestant tradition you might first look at the history and traditions of the Roman Catholic church.

        You mentioned Martin Luther so please allow me to offer some more info as to what prompted him to write his 95 theses.

        ” In 1517, Pope Leo X offered indulgences for those who gave alms to rebuild St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome. The aggressive marketing practices of Johann Tetzel in promoting this cause provoked Martin Luther to write his Ninety-five Theses, condemning what he saw as the purchase and sale of salvation. In Thesis 28 Luther objected to a saying attributed to Tetzel: “As soon as a coin in the coffer rings, a soul from purgatory springs”. The Ninety-five Theses not only denounced such transactions as worldly but denied the pope’s right to grant pardons on God’s behalf in the first place: the only thing indulgences guaranteed, Luther said, was an increase in profit and greed, because the pardon of the church was in God’s power alone. ”

        Tyndale who was an active Protestant printed the first English translation of the New Testament which was distributed to the people. This was necessary because the Catholic church were preaching false doctrine and they were preventing people from checking the scriptures to see if these teachings were true. They behaved just like the Pharisees who opposed the teaching of Jesus Christ who exposed them for the hypocrites they were.

        Tyndale denounced the practice of prayer to saints. He also rejected the then-orthodox view that the scriptures could be interpreted only by approved clergy.

        Tyndale believed in a symbolical interpretation of the Lord’s Supper in opposition to the teaching espoused by the catholic church which claims that Christ is bodily present in the Eucharist.

        Tyndale was burnt at the stake. His last prayer at the stake was “Lord open the king of England’s eyes.”

        James says :
        “The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much.”

        And so it was that two years later , King Henry ordered that the bible was to be used in every parish in the land.

        Moving on to the Catholic and Protestant churches of today, I would say that many of the so called ‘Protestant’ churches do not hold to the teaching of Christ and his apostles. They are in a deep state of apostasy and Christians should stay well away from them. The Roman Catholic church is also an apostate church for the reasons which I’ve described and more.

        In conclusion I am saying that most churches today including Catholic and Protestant, do not represent true Christians whose faith is based on the bible and the teachings of Christ and his apostles.

        I believe that the rampant apostasy in the churches today is a precursor to the apostasy which will accompany the man of sin as mentioned by Paul in 2nd Thessalonians 2.

        So for the true Christian his main source of information is the Bible along with the few other Christians who have a true testimony for God’s truth.

        Many are called but few are chosen.


    1. Jay, where did you hear that God controls anyone’s free will? If God controlled my free will. I would be sinless in every sense of the word. Excel that I was born in ain and shaped in iniquity. If God controlled my will. I would be doing everything right and nothing wrong. I guarantee you.


      1. If anyone controls your freewill, it is not a freewill anymore. Yes, we have freewill and no one can take it away until we die.


      2. A very thought – provoking response Anne to Jay’s comment.

        I am 30 yrs in following the Lord Jesus Christ (formerly a Mormon), and currently working through the issue of free will vs predestination and the doctrines of grace in a much deeper manner.

        It’s a mine field – one that makes me very uncomfortable, but so necessary as what we believe about God directly effects how we relate to Him and others.

        Thank you for your comment and God bless you.


      3. Thank you Kaye. I think it was in Phillipians 2:13 where Paul wrote: For it is God that worketh in you both to will and to do of His good pleasure. I totally get that. Working in me or controlling me are two different subjects.


      4. Hello Anne

        You say:
        ” If God controlled my will. I would be doing everything right and nothing wrong. I guarantee you.”

        I say:
        Not neccessarily.

        Take Pharaoh for example. We are told that God hardened Pharaoh’s heart so that he would not hearken unto Moses.

        Exodus 7
        3 “And I will harden Pharaoh’s heart, and multiply my signs and my wonders in the land of Egypt.”
        4But Pharaoh shall not hearken unto you, that I may lay my hand upon Egypt, and bring forth mine armies, and my people the children of Israel, out of the land of Egypt by great judgments.”

        So we can see that Pharaoh was a vessel of destruction. He was made for that very purpose.

        Romans 9
        “15For he saith to Moses, I will have mercy on whom I will have mercy, and I will have compassion on whom I will have compassion.
        16So then it is not of him that willeth, nor of him that runneth, but of God that sheweth mercy.
        17For the scripture saith unto Pharaoh, Even for this same purpose have I raised thee up, that I might shew my power in thee, and that my name might be declared throughout all the earth.
        18Therefore hath he mercy on whom he will have mercy, and whom he will he hardeneth.
        19Thou wilt say then unto me, Why doth he yet find fault? For who hath resisted his will?
        20Nay but, O man, who art thou that repliest against God? Shall the thing formed say to him that formed it, Why hast thou made me thus?
        21Hath not the potter power over the clay, of the same lump to make one vessel unto honour, and another unto dishonour?
        22What if God, willing to shew his wrath, and to make his power known, endured with much longsuffering the vessels of wrath fitted to destruction:
        23And that he might make known the riches of his glory on the vessels of mercy, which he had afore prepared unto glory,”
        24Even us, whom he hath called, not of the Jews only, but also of the Gentiles?”

        So the globalist’s plans will ultimately serve God’s purpose.
        People like Schwab and Harari are catalysts of evil and are raised that God might use them to test us so that opposing their plans we can show our loyalty to God for the glory of Jesus Christ.
        That is why it is not for us to judge anybody. We of course must recognise these globalists for what they are.

        Having done that, we must leave judgement to God so that we are not defiled by having hate in our souls.
        As Christians we can rejoice, knowing that our salvation is secure in Christ according to the will of God who has chosen us in Christ from before the foundation of the world.

        That’s the big picture though. It doesn’t mean that we are incapable of making our own decisions on a personal level. But ultimately we will end up where God wants us.

        Proverbs 16:9
        9 “A man’s heart deviseth his way: but the LORD directeth his steps.”

        So that’s my understanding of ‘free will’. I believe that our will is subject to the will of God and is therefore contained within the overall plan of God for lives.

        However, we do have a free will. We know this because Jesus made a choice to subject His human will to the will of God the Father

        42Saying, Father, if thou be willing, remove this cup from me: nevertheless not my will, but thine, be done.

        It was inevitable that Jesus would be crucified and be raised from the dead according to the foreknowledge and predetermined will of God. But subject to the overall will of God, there was the individual will of Christ as a human being which He had to submit to the will of His heavenly Father.

        If we had no free at all, then we would be like robots and our souls would not be exercised in making choices and subjecting ourselves to the will of God.

        So to conclude.
        My understanding is that we do have a free will but it is subject to the overall will of God and how He chooses to direct us.

        I hope that you find this comment helpful.


      5. You made some good points Anthony. I was responding to Jay who stated that you don’t have free will. God controls everything including your will. If God controlled my will. I see no way that I would have made all of the blunders and mistakes I made in life. That was my point.


      6. So did you have a choice as to whether you would be born a saint or a sinner? Have we finally found something that is out of Gods control? Are you better than the next poor sinner because you chose God and they did not?


      7. I did have the choice in whether I would receive or reject Christ as we all do. Whether to remain lost or accept God’s salvation through Jesus Christ. That decision wasn’t forced on me. I had the choice to remain dead in sin and trespasses. Or to accept Jesus as my Lord and savior, accept the atoning sacrifice of Jesus’ shed blood on the cross, have my sins forgiven by God, receive the power of the Holy Spirit to be empowered to begin walking in the newness of life.


      8. “He who began a good work in you will be faithful to complete it.” Are you saying that you began that good work in yourself instead of God doing it?

        “There is none righteous, no not one. There is none that seeks after God.”

        “Jesus said, you have not chosen me, but I have chosen you.”

        He also said, “You shall know the Truth and the Truth shall make you free.” Until Jesus saves you, there is nothing free about you. And no, you can’t save yourself any more than a drowning person can save themself as they lay unconscious in the water.


      9. I didn’t state that I began a good work in myself or that I saved myself. Neither did I state that I believed I was better or smarter than those who reject God till their dying breath. I was wondering where you heard or read that God controlled anyone’s will? Or that no one has free will AKA the freedom to choose or to act upon decisions?

        Adam and Eve had the freedom to choose in the garden of Eden according to the Book Of Genesis. They were commanded not to eat from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. They both acted according to their desire. And so has the rest of humanity to this day. I will not continue to go back and forth with this topic with anyone. Truly sorry I bothered to ask the question about God supposedly being in control of anyone’s will.


      10. Hi Anne,

        Please do not fall into the heretical trap of Calvinism. They have some very clever albeit twisted arguments and it contradicts the Bible and the true gospel. God gave us freewill to choose Him and He does not force anyone to choose Him or to go to hell. It is “whomsoever will” ! John 3; 16 and many more. Aside from the Bible there are some good resources that untangle the arguments, on youtube videos and a book on The Berean Call by Dave Hunt called “What Love Is This?”

        Blessings on your quest for truth and journey with this.


    2. Of course we have a freewill! That is how we got the fall of man. That is also how we come to salvation. God tells us to choose, something we could not do if we did not have a free will. Joshua 24;15.


      1. Hello Iblandina
        I don’t know much about Calvin but I believe that we have a free will as I’ve already pointed out.

        But for the purpose of being born again, nothing is left to chance. We are chosen in Christ from before the foundation of the world. IT IS GOD’S CHOICE.

        A man cannot come to Christ unless he is born again. The regeneration comes first when God intervenes and causes us to come to Jesus.

        Man by his nature is an enemy of God and is dead in his sin. He is spiritually dead until God causes him to be born again to a new hope in Jesus Christ through the washing and regeneration and renewal of the Holy Spirit.

        The desire that causes us to come to Christ is a result of the saving work of the Holy Spirit. Motivation from any other source would be impure. This includes the will of man. The will of man would be impure. That’s why we are told that a true Christian is born again NOT of the will of the flesh NOR of the will of man but of God.

        John 1:12-13
        “12But as many as received him, to them gave he power to become the sons of God, even to them that believe on his name:
        13Which were born, not of blood, nor of the will of the flesh, nor of the will of man, but of God.”

        So, our coming to Christ is the result of a new born again nature which is the working of the Holy Spirit. It is a pure desire coming from a new life within us which is the very life of God. It is this new life which causes us to earnestly believe in Christ and which subjects the will of a man to the will of God.
        A man who is not born again cannot have a true and genuine desire for God because he is spiritually dead.
        That is why we see so many fake Christians in the apostate church who claim to know Christ but their actions show that Christ never knew Him and that He never knew them.

        A faith without regeneration is academic and is not of God. Christ will say to them “I never knew you: depart from me, ye that work iniquity.”

        A genuine coming to Christ and calling on Him is evidence of the regeneration of the Holy Spirit.
        In the early church this coming to Christ was facilitated by water baptism which was an outward display of the saving work of the Holy Spirit, where the regenerated person would be witnessed calling on the Lord Jesus Christ, showing Him to be their God. They would then be declared to be saved based on their obedient response to the gospel message and would be accepted into fellowship with the saints.

        It is the spiritual baptism that saves us of which water baptism is an outward sign.
        We are told by Peter :
        “baptism doth also now save us (not the putting away of the filth of the flesh, but the answer of a good conscience toward God,) by the resurrection of Jesus Christ:” (1 Peter 3:21)

        This is the answer of a conscience which has been made good by the regeneration work of the Holy Spirit.

        Salvation is the work of God lest any man should boast in his own fallen nature.

        Ephesians 2:8
        “For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God: 9Not of works, lest any man should boast. 10For we are his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus unto good works, which God hath before ordained that we should walk in them.”

        So we can see that God intervenes while a man is still dead in his sins according to His pre-ordained plan and purpose.

        “But God, being rich in mercy, because of the great love with which he loved us, even when we were dead in our trespasses, made us alive together with Christ—by grace you have been saved—”

        We can see in Ephesians that salvation is the work of God and that it is not of ourselves.

        Jesus said
        “And this is life eternal, that they might know thee the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom thou hast sent.” (John 17:3)

        No one knows God except the Spirit of God and those to whom He chooses to reveal God.
        Coming to know God cannot happen by the will of man who by his nature is an enemy of God and can never know God except for the intervention of the Holy Spirit.

        Having said all that we do have a free and as we work out our salvation we are constantly subjecting our will to the will of God as prompted by the Holy Spirit.

        We have two natures in us. The carnal nature and the spiritual nature. But the spiritual nature will ultimately displace the carnal nature and will inherit the promises of God that accompany salvation.

        We would not be constantly getting ourselves into trouble if we didn’t have a free will. Or as Anne put it ” If God controlled my will. I see no way that I would have made all of the blunders and mistakes I made in life.”

        We have a free will which we use in our day to day dealings with God and man but ultimately our free will is contained within the overall will of God.


        All people have been given an individual free will. But man’s free will is limited to the boundaries and determinations which are set by God, who determines a mans future as He sees fit.

        Proverbs 16:9
        9 “A man’s heart deviseth his way: but the LORD directeth his steps.”

        So there it is. That’s my understanding based on the scriptures and upon my own experience. I hope you find this comment helpful.


      2. Correction this paragraph should read …

        That is why we see so many fake Christians in the apostate church who claim to know Christ but their actions show that *they never knew Christ and that He never knew them.*


      1. I hope more European people are waking up to this WEF psychopath and understand he is directing EU country’s leaders, for ex: Netherlands- a percentage of farmers forced to give up farms like dairy, protesting blocking roads, some protesting in Italy. (some info on Reuters news) and social media.


  13. They have an agenda but God actually has a plan. Their depopulation goals will not be achieved as they envision them but God’s plan will unfold as He says in Scriptures which certainly do not align with their goals. Christians need to be prepared for perilous times but should also know that these things will come to pass as God says. Keep the “oil” burning the Bridegroom is surely going to return for His bride.

    Thank you Leo for keeping your followers informed. Your posts and the commentators are such a blessing.

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    1. Thank you ivorygull! That knowledge keeps me filled with hope. As is recorded in one of the Psalms. Weeping may endure for a night; but joy cometh in the morning.


    2. Depopulation is coming. God said so. Just read the book of Revelations.
      God often uses evil men to carry out His Sovereign decrees.


      1. That is so true Jay. But the numbers may be different than what the Elites seem to hope for. Revelation is clear concerning the number 1/4 then 1/3. Like I said God has already laid our His plans and based on past history they are fulfilled precisely. You are so correct; perhaps I should have added more detail. Thanks for clarifying.


  14. If Harari wants to reduce the world population of useless people, he can set the example by starting with himself, as many of us thinks he is totally useless to the well-being of humanity.


  15. If Harari is so concerned about getting rid of ‘useless’ people, why doesn’t he set the example by getting rid of himself, because many of us consider him totally useless to humanity.


  16. Bioengineering will be the end of mankind and God’s move to intervene, lest that happen. No one, and I repeat, no one knows the effects that changing the DNA genetric programming causes, because humanity (and ALL the AI programming and computers in the world) do NOT know the full effect of such changes into biosphere. We software engineers learned early on that making changes in the computer code (procedural languages) caused effects that were NOT predictable. Most were deleterious. Experimenting to get it right will cause the death of billions of humans. This whole cruel experiment shows an appalling lack of respect and appreciation for life.

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    1. Thank you …. well understood. Yual himself even said we don’t know what will become of it. Then why is he trying to force everyone to subscribe to his narrative? Isn’t that another story?


  17. Exactly what did Harari do to give him dominion over other humans ?. Nothing ; therefor his pronouncements ; unless backed up by Terror….are meaningless.


    1. Yes, that’s the whole point, they will be back up by the terror of state power. It is the top authorities in the world, in government and business, who listen to people like Harari. He’s a thought leader. Most politicians are not thought leaders. They simply ride with the most dominant intellectual forces of the day. This man is one of those whose thoughts and ideas end up being ensconced in legislation from the federal level right down to your local city council.

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  18. Demon possessed Yuval and the rest of his kind have no authority to decide how many people live on planet earth. Yuval and many others would do the world a favor if they exited planet earth. Never to return.


  19. In Harari’s view, relationships don’t matter. The only thing that makes a human being important is his or her usefulness to the rulers. Utilitarianism run amok.

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    1. Exactly. Don’t people who contribute through arts useless? Some people take longer to be great … only when all things come together just right, just like cooking. So, useless (per his view) now could be the one who invents great things for humanity at a later time. I am sure he was useless at one point by most opinion when he was younger.


  20. As usual Leo, you are spot on! I love reading your articles and indeed look forward to the next instalment knowing it will be full of insight and wisdom.
    Thanks indeed Leo and may God continue to go before you in all you do.
    Kind Regards

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