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The Babylonians of the Club of Rome

Fabrice Bect
Hi Jim and Shane,

I agree. In 1974, the Club of Rome published a report entitled Mankind at the
Turning Point, in which they state that the world was divided into 10 regions
this Wikipedia page, and here). In its 2009 report entitled The Millennium
Development Goals, the UN also divided the world into ten "regional groupings"
(see page 55). The same thing could be seen on the Website of the European
Commission (they have deleted it, but someone took a few screenshots that can
be seen here). Some interesting excerpts that show that these things are not new,
and that there is obviously a long-standing plan they want to implement gradually:

Excerpt from The World Set Free
(see page 244) by H. G. Wells (book published

The world set free: a story of mankind : Wells, H. G. (Herbert George), ...

Chapter The Fourth

Section 9

The council decided to give them everything they wanted, but in a form that suited
ill with their aspirations. It became at one stroke a representative body. It became.
Indeed, magnificently representative. It became so representative that the
politicians were drowned in a deluge of votes.. Every adult of either sex from pole
to pole was given a vote, and the world was divided into ten constituencies...

Excerpt from a Wikipedia article on the book Brave New World (which is far from
being a novel):

Mustapha Mond – Resident World Controller of Western Europe, "His Fordship"
Mustapha Mond presides over one of the ten zones of the World State
(see page


Mankind at the Turning Point

Mémoire du XXe - Stratégie pour demain : deuxième rapport au Club de Rome

Club of Rome
The Club of Rome describes itself as "an organisation of individuals who share a
common concern for the future o...

Google Traduction

And actually, the second shortest skip of Club of Rome (מועדון רומא)

%D7%9E%D7%95%D7%A2%D7%93%D7%95%D7%9F %D7%A8%D7%95%
D7%9E%D7%90 - Google S...

in a wrapped Tanach has the extension (the) Babylonians (of the) Club of Rome
(בבליים מועדון רומא). An obviously quite appropriate extension indeed...

See attached screenshots.