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Concept.png Agenda 2030 
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Sustainable Development Goals.svg
Start25 September 2015
Founder(s)United Nations
Interest of• Glenn Beck
• Sofia Borges
• Herman Daly
• Călin Georgescu
• Rosa Koire
• Gurcharan Singh
• Francesco Starace
• World Resources Institute

Agenda 2030 or the Sustainable Development Goals, is a United Nations plan to achieve what they term "sustainable development". It is collection of 17 interlinked global goals designed to be a: "blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all" and are intended to be achieved by the year 2030.[1][2] It is part of Agenda 21.

Official narrative

Better living conditions for every human on the planet ...

Sustainable Development Goals

The 2015 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are designed to be a "blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all", part of UN Resolution 70/1, the 2030 Agenda is to be achieved by 2030:[3]

  1. No Poverty
  2. Zero Hunger
  3. Good Health and Well-being
  4. Quality Education
  5. Gender Equality
  6. Clean Water and Sanitation
  7. Affordable and Clean Energy
  8. Decent Work and Economic Growth
  9. Industry, Innovation, and Infrastructure
  10. Reducing Inequality
  11. Sustainable Cities and Communities
  12. Responsible Consumption and Production
  13. Climate Action
  14. Life Below Water
  15. Life On Land
  16. Peace, Justice, and Strong Institutions
  17. Partnerships for the Goals

Criticism

An alternative rendering of Klaus Schwab's Agenda 2030

“Their agenda outlines sound harmless enough, as most propaganda and social programs do, always ignoring the actual short and long term harms while depending on corrupt science and rigged systems that always serve the wealthy.

The Agenda 21 of 1992 was rebranded in 2015 to become Agenda 2030, aka Sustainable Development Goals, intending to strip humanity of all our freedoms and herd us all into crowded cities trapped there dependent on universal basic income and a rigged social credit system in disposable consumerist rental lifestyles, leaving the rest of the planets resources and wealth to the control and whims of the ruling class technocracy.

Rather than reforming this authoritarian agenda, billionaires pay millionaires to tell the middle class the poor are the problem and their corporate media claim humanity, our population numbers, and our pollution are problematic yet the hypocritical corporatocracy is never criticized for their pollution, corruption, deception, manipulation, exploitation, perpetual wars, or how they steer us into their debt-slave consumerist lifestyles.

It may initially sound like a sustainable green techno-utopia but it will undoubtedly evolve into a capitalist-communist-totalitarian slumlord's inescapable ghetto.”
JasonCarswell (18 January 2021‎)  [4]


 

Related Quotations

PageQuoteAuthorDate
Andrei Fursov“Attali analyzes history and present-day events in the light of the change of Merchant orders. The contemporary one — the ninth — is going through an extremely acute crisis, which will end with the demise of Pax Americana. Then a furcation will occur. In Attali’s view, either world government will be established at once or it will emerge as a result of a three-move process of the 2020-2060s: hyperempire (market without democracy), hyperconflict and hyperdemocracy with a supranational government at its head.

The analysis of Attali’s works shows that he expresses the interests of the top of the world capitalist class that adheres to ultra-globalist positions and works for the subversion of the sovereignty of nation-states. The terminology used by Attali, particularly “sustainable development” / “sustainable growth” (in reality, it is the combination of deindustrialization, depopulation and ecologism), indicates his neo-Malthusian and neo-colonialist preferences. “Sustainable development” is a metaphor of the new world order (à la Orwell’s Newspeak), which is nothing more than control over resources (including information ones) and human behaviour (psychosphere). The main thing in this order is the preservation of power, property and privileges of the world’s elite whose ideological representative Attali is.

Andrei Fursov2014
Xi Jinping“No matter what difficulties may come our way, we must adhere to a people-centered philosophy of development, place development and livelihoods front and center in global macro-policies, realize the UN's 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, and build greater synergy among existing mechanisms of development cooperation to promote balanced development worldwide. We need to uphold the principle of common but differentiated responsibilities, promote international cooperation on climate change in the context of development, and implement the outcomes of COP26 to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.”Xi Jinping17 January 2022
Christine Lagarde“I think the world that we will live in, will bear the stigmas of COVID. By that, I mean, we will not travel in the same way, as opportunistically and as randomly as we did. We probably will not socialize in the same way, as close to each other. And we will probably shift to better protection of biodiversity and better protection of the climate than otherwise we would have had.”Christine Lagarde1 September 2021
The TerraMar Project“[the The TerraMar Project] collaborates with stakeholders to make the oceans part of the 2015 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals”2014

 

Related Document

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Document:Our Spartan Future: Neo-feudalismBook excerpt2011Rosa KoireRosa Koire's assessment why policies lead to undesirable outcomes.


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