Leo Lyon Zagami, ex-member of the Comitato Esecutivo Massonico - Masonic Executive Committee (MEC) of Monte Carlo. He was, until recently, a high level member of the Italian Illuminati, a 33rd degree freemason, a true insider and a high-member of the infamous Freemasonic P2 Lodge. He was the "prince", prepared to take over after the older Illuminati "king", Licio Gelli. He is of Illuminati aristocrat bloodline and therefore involved in the Illuminati Order since childhood.
However, Leo decided he'd had enough of all the evil he was exposed to, and a part of, and the horrifying Satanic, black magic rituals, mind control and torture that was going on inside the lodges, behind closed doors. So he left everything and fled to Norway, where he is currently residing. Since he left, he's been harassed and tortured and had his life threatened. He realized that the only way to hopefully stay alive is to expose to the world what he knows and make himself known. History shows that this is one of the best ways to survive, although nothing is for certain. Leo quickly started this website, Illuminati Confessions, where he reveals the secrets to the world, one by one. I strongly advise you to check it out and download it to your computer, in case they decide to silence him for good, and this website will be shut down.
One of the best lectures I have heard from an "insider" is the Aldous Huxley
lectures at Berkeley from the 1960's. If you want to hear "the plan" then by
jove, he tells it. Its the guy I always say has such an upper class voice he
sounds like he is doing an exaggerated impression of a guy with an upper
class voice, but Huxley really talks like that. Damn man, he was talking
about fear of terrorism as a tactic 40 years ago! Same with George Orwell,
he would be 102 if he were still alive now, imagine the explaining he would
have to do, namely, how did he know the plan since what he talked of is all
true now, things like "double speak" and so on?
I think this is the one from 1962:
Dunno how to download it though, it just streams.
"It has been possible to surpress individual freedom, through the application of physical
cohersion, through the appeal of ideology, through the manipulation of mans physical
and social environment, to more recently through the techniques including techniques
of psychological conditioning."
Huxley gave these lectures as an old man, maybe he was also riddled with guilt, but this is
how these elite scumbags view the general public, they hate us - they actually hate us, which
is what people never seem to quite grasp, maybe because they themselves are incapable of
imagining such hatred and so just think it doesn't exist. These elites didn't get where they are
by being nice to people, they are killing us... they ARE killing us! No one believes it,
even when guys like Huxley just lay it all out for you.
Huxley wrote the book, "Brave New World", which is a complementary tome to Orwell's "1984". He also wrote "The Doors of Perception". Huxley and Orwell were contemporaries of one another, and part of a set of insightfull authors that included Phillip K. Dick. Dick wrote "Do Androids Dream of Electic Sheep", the novel inspiring the movie "Blade Runner", and "Minority Report", to name two. This group of vital authors wrote amazing works based on their observations of society and governments during the pre and post world war two era. They also were among the first to try, and to gain inexplicable insights from, their "recreational" or "experiential" use of LSD.