Yuval Noah Harari is an advisor to the World Economic Forum (WEC), has spoken on the Davos main stage several times since 2018, and is a close friend of numerous globalist elites. He is a historian, philosopher, frequent lecturer, TedTalks guest, and author of Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind.

He’s been a guest at the Obama White House and is seen frequently in the company of the wealthy and powerful. He is also a Nazi-sympathizer who believes Hitler – his words – "didn’t have time to do enough…"

Harari, who is by birth a Jew, and currently lives in Israel, has some very surprising views about God. He concedes that God may be the supreme being of the universe but that God is not the being we believe He is.

Harari writes, “So, monotheism explains order, but is mystified by evil. Dualism explains evil, but is puzzled by order. There is one logical way of solving the riddle: to argue that there is a single omnipotent God who created the entire universe – and He’s evil. But nobody in history has had the stomach for such a belief.”

Harari suggests that God is evil. That kind of thinking – that God is evil – would give you permission to do anything. Can you hear the hiss in his words? “Has God ssssssaid…?”

You can see how someone who views life from that perspective could rationalize springing a plague on the planet, killing babies and the aged, forcing medical procedures on the population, and reconstructing the world economy into a global poverty system controlled by one group or person.

How does Harari’s god compare to the Bible? Jesus said that only God is good (Luke 18:19). When He asked, “Why do you call Me good?” He was not suggesting they should not call Him good. Jesus confirmed that only God is good, but clearly claimed that He was God because the implied answer to His question is that we should call God good because He is. Jesus is good, thus, Jesus is God.

Goodness is a divine attribute. Paul calls it a fruit of the Spirit. “But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, longsuffering, kindness, goodness, faithfulness…” (Galatians 5:22). Goodness is not a human trait; it is divine.

Paul says it again to the Ephesian church “For this light within you produces only what is good and right and true” (Ephesians 5:9). It’s not us; it’s the Light within us. This verse is essential to understanding God’s goodness, and there is a reason Paul wrote it specifically to the Ephesians.

Ephesus was the home to the goddess Diana (Greek: Artemis). She was supposed to represent fertility and new life, but her true nature was displayed in her outbursts of anger, evil, and retribution. She was darkness masquerading as light. Paul used the light illustration to differentiate between that pagan deity and the One True God.

Evil beings act. God is. Artemis could be evil but get credit for good deeds, rain, a bountiful harvest, or a new baby. However, her followers lived in fear because they believed she always defaulted to her true nature, which was wicked. They offered sacrifices to keep her happy so she would not destroy their crops or children. Read the book of Ephesians with her in mind.

God, by comparison, IS good. He cannot do good and be evil. A literal interpretation of Psalm 5:4 reads, “For You [are] not a God desiring wickedness; evil does not inhabit You.”

James confirms this same principle. “Every good and perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of heavenly lights, with Whom there is no variation or shifting shadow or change” (James 1:17). God doesn’t shift between His secret evil nature and His occasional good deeds.

To say God is evil denies both Scripture and logic. An evil being cannot create good. God is good, and His creation reflects His nature (Genesis 1:31). God does good because He IS good.

Paul and James used the same light illustration because light operates by certain and constant laws – light has a physical nature. Light always displays itself as light. It cannot be simultaneously light and dark. Light dispels darkness just as good disperses evil. They cannot peacefully coexist.

Goodness is part of God’s eternal nature. He could no more stop being good than He could stop being righteous or loving or stop being just or merciful. Jesus connected Himself directly to that divine attribute when He said, “I am the good shepherd” (John 10:11).

The Psalms declare God’s goodness throughout. They repeatedly link God’s goodness to His other eternally existing attributes: love, faithfulness, devotion, and mercy. “For the Lord is good, and His loving devotion endures forever; His faithfulness continues to all generations” (Psalm 100:5). Psalm 106:1 confirms, “O give thanks to the Lord; for He is good; for His loving devotion endures forever.”

It is not merely God’s deeds that are good; they are, but it doesn’t end there. God does good because it reflects His divine nature. Good is who He is; it’s not an act. David writes, “You are good, and what You do is good; teach me Your decrees” (Psalm 119:68).

Further, everything God created was created good (1 Timothy 4:4). It was corrupted by sin, but all of it was created “very good.”


In his book Sapiens, Harari states, “As far as we can tell from a purely scientific viewpoint, human life has absolutely no meaning. Humans are the outcome of blind evolutionary processes that operate without goal or purpose. Our actions are not part of some divine cosmic plan, and if planet earth were to blow up tomorrow morning, the universe would probably keep going about its business as usual. As far as we can tell at this point, human subjectivity would not be missed. Hence any meaning that people inscribe to their lives is just a delusion.”

It’s no surprise then, that someone who sees life as meaningless and devoid of purpose has no problem imposing his values on your meaningless and worthless life.

Like so many of the globalists, elitists, Leftists, and New Agers, Harari knows more than you, so he – by his logic – should have the right to dictate what you do and how you should think. By default, he should have the final say whether or not you deserve to be kept around or if we should simply extinguish your uselessness and put the rest of us out of your misery.

Why should you care who Yuval Noah Harari is?

Harari is praised by the Zuck, Bill Gates, Barack Obama, Klaus Schwab (founder of the WEC), and others. He suggests that after the Great Reset, we will enter what he describes as the "next industrial revolution," in which we will produce, not machines, products, or services as we do now. Harari suggests we will produce "human bodies and minds."

Churning out working people as we now do automobiles, there will not be sufficient development and skills acquired for these people to fully function in society and be contributing, self-aware, thinking, self-sufficient people. In Harari’s world, humans—sapiens become mere embodied machines; nothing more than worker bees inside a human flesh suit.

Harari poses the question, "What will we do with all these [substandard] people?"

As if asking such a question is not telling enough, he answers it, so there is no way you can miss his point.

"The problem [with lower classes of people] will be boredom and what to do with them. How will they find some sense of meaning in life when they are basically meaningless, worthless?"

If his questions were not chilling enough, Harari offers his opinion on what will likely be done to harvest the work of these worthless people and keep them functioning to bring about his new world order. How would he occupy all these meaningless, worthless beings?

"My best guess, at present, is a combination of drugs and computer games."

One could conclude that you would test that theory before later employing it across civilization. Is it a coincidence we have movements to legalize drugs and the barrage of video games addicting a generation? But that’s just a guess, of course. I’m sure it’s not a test; it’s merely a coincidence that it’s already happening.


The best way to expose a Leftist elitist is to hand them a mic and let them talk. They inevitably say what they think because they believe either you are too stupid to understand or won’t find out. Many reveal their true nature simply because they truly believe this is how everyone thinks.

When they say what they believe, and you get to hear it, there is no denying they have a plan for you and your family. It is evil, nefarious, vile, and make no mistake—active.

Their end times plan has been catapulted forward in the last two years as they successfully forced you and your children to mask up, shut up, and shoot up.

You’ve been trained to comply, conform, and believe that more government (by people like Harari and those who adore him), more drugs, more fear, and more socialist handouts to keep you addicted are always the answer. Harari and those like him are counting on you to blithely trundle along into whatever they tell you next. Their plans depend on a society full of people unable or unwilling to think for themselves.

Harari’s plan for you and me is very simple: Don’t believe in God because that leads you to believe you have purpose. Don’t believe in capitalism because it encourages risk and reaps the rewards. Don’t believe in individual human rights because that elevates you above the animals and the planet, and we all know humans are toxic. We are why all the plants, animals, and earth need to be saved.

Expect to see Harari more frequently. At the very least, expect his philosophy to control more of your life. Never forget what he stands for and what he believes – he doesn’t believe in human beings, only sapiens.

Anyone who ascribes to his religion, would and should have absolute power to do anything he feels justified to anyone he pleases. I expect he already is, and we just don’t know it.

Is Harari the Antichrist? Not likely, but in my opinion, he’d be a good candidate for False Prophet.



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