Activists must now convince the world. Samantha Powers, U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. and important advocate of the LGBT agenda, said in a press conference on C-SPAN:
“Again, we’re getting this issue into the DNA of the United Nations, but until today the Security Council had never broached this topic, and so today also represents a small but historic step.” http://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/susan-jones/samantha-power-us-injecting-lgbt-rights-dna-united-nations
But third world nations are not exactly buying it. Senegal rep, speaking for the 54-nation African Group, U.N.’s largest regional bloc, said that “Sexual and reproductive health and reproductive rights cannot be considered to create or imply a right to abortion.” They also rejected “any interpretation of any terms that runs counter to domestic law.”
The Holy See promotes the defense of life in the womb, “protecting the right to life of the person from conception until natural death.” However, the Center for Family and Human Rights (C-Fam) noted that “Possibly for the first time since its founding 70 years ago, a major U.N. agreement involving social policy does not mention the family.”
The United Nations Sustainable Development Summit will be held September 25-27 in New York and will address Sustainable Development as defined in the 1992 Agenda 21 document after injecting it with steroids and repackaging it into Agenda 2030. It will not address just global warming turned climate change talking points; it will embrace every facet of human life through its 17 goals, a “new universal agenda for humanity” and a blueprint for global governance.
Tom DeWeese, President and founder of the American Policy Center, said, “Basically they are rebooting Agenda and they are calling on the world’s most visible religious leader to promote the agenda.”
At the World Commission on the Environment in 1983, Gro Harlem Brundtland, Vice Chair of the World Socialist Party, introduced the term and the definition of Sustainable Development. "Development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs." Who decides what the needs of each person are and the ability? Sounds like collectivism to me.
Sustainable Development (SD) is not what the actual words imply. SD is a euphemistic tool to create the new international economic order based on socialism after the overthrow of capitalism and the elimination of national identity and borders. SD is a vehicle to construct a one world government, the New World Order as printed on our dollar bill, Novus Ordo Seclorum.
The stated goals of Agenda 2030, although innocuous sounding, are the blueprint of the New World Order controlled by large corporations and an elitist group of very wealthy individuals:
1. End poverty in all its forms everywhere
I have heard this promise before under communism. We were all on government subsidies and subsistence level standard of living, no proper healthcare, no cars, no homes, drab concrete cubicle housing, few personal possessions, no private property, dependency on mass transportation only, no mobility outside of the city except to commute to work.
Poverty will not end, citizens of all races and creeds will be dependent on welfare, food stamps, housing, and poor medical care and drugs. Schools will teach global citizens how to remain perennial victims on the dole because government is the only entity that protects them.
Trillions of dollars later, the war on poverty in the U.S. has created generational welfare dependency. Developed world money spent on poor nations increased the wealth of the elites in power.
2. End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture
Under the premise of “increased output” and feeding the world’s hungry, the mega-farms have gobbled up mom and pop farms. Engineering genetically modified plants and seeds, quite different from hybridization, with the extensive use of herbicides and pesticides, companies have no idea what the long-term effects will be.
Food security in case of a large-scale calamity is not guaranteed. The world supply of grain would only last for two days. Grocery stores that supply the majority of the urban population only have enough food for three days.
Christiana Figueres, Executive Secretary of the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change, proposed that Mega-Cities inhabitants grow their own food on terraces and rooftops with rain water. How is that feasible and sustainable? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WX8h5VIisKc
3. Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages
Forced vaccination for kids, medical subcutaneous I.D. tags, sterilization, prescribed medication for hyper-activity, meds for real or imagined depression, mass medication for health prevention programs, forced nutrition by government standards like school lunches, reduced soda drinks, reduced salt intake, walkability are just some of the issues that will rob global citizens of their freedom of choice under the guise of government-mandated healthy lives.
4. Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all
This is an interesting goal for third world and Muslim nations where girls are not encouraged or allowed to go to school past eighth grade and are forced to marry very early in their teens. In the developed world, the globalists are dumbing down education with Common Core standards that prepare students to be collective workers, not independent thinkers, and global citizens busy-bees in large corporations. Common Core also replaces history with revisionist history, non-facts, impossible math, collectivist indoctrination, and proselytizes for Islam to the detriment of Christianity.
Since it’s impossible to make all humans equal in education outcome, by forcing them to fit one mold of education standards and testing, Common Core education ensures a generation of compliant drones who are all equally ignorant on the same textbook page.
5. Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls
Gender equality is just another code word for feminizing or “chickifying” society, lowering standards to include women in the military, police, and firemen, even though women are physiologically different than men, particularly in muscle mass and body fat content.
Marginalize and shame men for the “brutes” that they are. Make parents, particularly dads, into babbling idiots in every sitcom on television or in books. Encourage and “nudge” (push) citizens into obedience, relinquishing private property and accepting communal property where everything is shared because we are all “equal.” It will be an equally miserable existence.
“Criminalize Christianity, marginalize homosexuality, demonize males and promote the LGBT agenda everywhere.” (Mike Adams)
6. Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all
“Allow powerful corporations to seize control of the world’s water supplies and charge monopoly prices to ‘build new water delivery infrastructure’ that ‘ensures availability.’” (Mike Adams)
Have government control irrigation like the St. Joaquin Valley in California where it was decided that the delta smelt was more important to protect than thousands of acres of farms and orchards that were the backbone of California agricultural industry. Instead of irrigating said farms, fresh water was diverted and dumped into the ocean every day, while crops and trees died. And the delta smelt may disappear on its own anyway.
Through various executive orders and the EPA, waters of the United States are controlled by the government and will be overseen by the United Nations once the onerous Law of the Sea Treaty (LOST) is ratified.
7. Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all
Pushing solar and wind power which may make sense for a few remote locations, the demonizing of coal has left millions of Africans without electricity and without the ability to provide clean water to their villages. Furthermore, the middle class and the poorer citizens of the developed world have had to pay higher electricity rates than necessary due to the war on coal waged relentlessly by the environmental lobby, this administration, and the EPA’s ever more stringent rules and regulations for coal-fired power plants.
The media glosses over or ignores the high cost of renewables, the providers’ rate of bankruptcy, the insufficient energy generated vis-à-vis the world’s electric needs, the huge plots of land taken out of agriculture production in order to accommodate solar panels and wind turbines, the kill-rate of millions of birds, the burning of crops as fuel, pushing corn prices higher, and the human health costs from wind turbines.
8. Promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all
Government-mandated living minimum wage of $15 has been a disaster so far, replacing humans with technology, causing more unemployment in the service sectors, and reducing work hours due to the requirements of the (un) Affordable Care Act.
Forcing quotas for various minority workers lacking qualification, destroying a free market system based on supply and demand, the government has socially-engineered the economy to steady decline by denying permits and licenses to companies they don’t like, or to companies that do not abide by their rules. “You did not build that” has become a glaring example of abuse of power over small businesses.
9. Build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and foster innovation
Borrowing money from the World Bank and then hiring corporations to build infrastructure, the practice of bribery in third world nations, and the misuse of funds by those in power have resulted in a spiraling debt that poor countries cannot extricate themselves from unless there is a massive debt forgiveness which different lobbying groups have endorsed.
The U.N. has demanded that technology be transferred to the entire globe without any remuneration to inventors and innovators for research and development.
10. Reduce inequality within and among countries
To do so, one would have to confiscate the wealth of all entrepreneurs, inventors, and innovators who took a risk and worked hard developing an idea, the so-called rich, and re-distribute the fruits of their labor and any associated gains, to those who chose not to work, be dependent on government welfare, and reproduce in high numbers.
Successful people have been sharing their wealth through generous donations to the tune of billions of dollars each year and they have made no dent whatsoever lifting the poor out of poverty.
No matter what we do, there will always be inequality. We cannot regulate it away by United Nations fiat or by government decree.
11. Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient, and sustainable
Socially engineering humans from suburban and rural areas into Mega-cities is a recipe for disaster, crime, pollution, crowding, disease, and riots. There is no sustainable anything in the city. If there is even a remote interruption of fuel and water to a large urban area, chaos will ensue quickly. Forcing humans to live in such crowded, high rise, mixed, multi-purpose dwellings will allow government to control them better, particularly if gun ownership is banned around the world.
12. Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns
Being told how much electricity, food, and water to consume is like living in a third world nation. I’ve been down that road under a communist regime and I still remember the long lines, the struggle to find food, and the scarcity of everything that a central government planned economy did not and could not provide.
If the government fails to provide, the population will experience shortages of basic goods like food, water, electricity, hot water, light bulbs, toilet paper, medicines, and other stuff we take for granted. Look at oil-rich Venezuela destroyed by decades of Hugo Chavez’s socialist policies, a benevolent dictator who made sure he stole billions for himself and his family before he threw the poor a few crumbs in the form of free medical care from Fidel Castro’s Cuban doctors who treated sniffles. Venezuela must now employ the military to distribute food to its citizens.
13. Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts
The climate change industry is getting rich beyond belief by taxing people to death for the non-existent carbon pollution from CO2, forcing them into standard of living changes, going back to pre-industrial times, penalize car ownership, shaming people into driving unsafe tin cans, forcing the public into mass transit, walking, and biking everywhere.
14. Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas, and marine resources for sustainable development
Banning ocean fishing would reduce the food supply and increase food prices for a lot of poor humans whose survival depends on seafood. The Law of the Sea Treaty (LOST) would place all the oceanic and marine passage and ownership in the hands of the United Nation’s the Agency who would give passage approval, fishing, and marine exploration, giving itself the lion’s share for exploration of fossil fuels and other minerals on the bottom of ocean.
15. Protect, restore and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems, sustainably manage forests, combat desertification, and halt and reverse land degradation and halt biodiversity loss
To fulfill this Agenda 2030 goal, all humans must be herded into cities according to the Biodiversity Treaty, the Wildlands Project Map, by controlling passage on land via human corridors, forbidding private land ownership, banning wood stoves, banning rain water and snowmelt collection, criminalize home-gardening the way HOAs do in most areas, in order to make humans dependent on government-run and controlled agriculture. http://nwri.org/the-wildlands-project/un-biodiversity-treaty-and-the-wildlands-project/
16. Promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all and build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels
To achieve this goal, a massive invasion of illegal aliens has been planned and is currently underway. Legal immunity and special status and privileges are granted to said illegal aliens, special groups, and minorities to the detriment of the general population who is required to follow the law.
IRS punished and harassed conservative groups and individuals. Crony capitalists received special favors, funds, and status and were allowed to bring in less qualified and experienced legal and illegal aliens to replace American professional workers who had to train their replacements.
17. Strengthen the means of implementation and revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development
Globalism will finally be enacted as a mandate for every signatory country (178), superseding national laws and borders, making parliaments and our Congress irrelevant, allowing the largest companies in the world to become trans-national monopolies over drugs, seeds, chemicals, weapons, technology, medicine, energy, education, and transportation.
Mike Adams encapsulated this goal very well, “Nullify national laws and demand total global obedience to trade agreements authored by powerful corporations and rubber-stamped by the U.N.” http://naturalnews.com/051058_2030_Agenda_United_Nations_global_enslavement.html#ixzz311ei6zGh
Progressivism will finally succeed in installing global socialism under the umbrella of U.N.’s Agenda 2030, dressed as Sustainable Development and Equality. His Holiness Pope Francis will come to the U.S. on September 22, 2015 to convince Congress that climate change is the biggest threat to our existence. His visit is a heavenly-sent gift, 3 days before the meeting in New York, which is retooling Agenda 21 into Agenda 2030.