This publication is a series of critical commentary regarding the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, which includes specific goals. These goals are part the draft resolution which was referred to the United Nations General Assembly in September 2015, titled, Transforming our world: the 20310 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Author and commentator Patrick Wood, author of Technocracy Rising, comments regarding “soft” or “reflexive law” to explain how sustainable development is being implemented. Tom DeWeese of the American Policy Center, and Mary Baker of Citizen Ninga activist training fame, offer a compelling critiques of “Agenda 2030” and its goals.
U.N. Agenda 2030 is an international wealth redistribution scheme to transfer wealth from “rich” nations to poor nations. Unlike U.N. Agenda 21, which was installed worldwide at the local level, this new scheme seeks to transform the economic structure of the world from a priced-based system or capitalism, to a socialist carbon-based currency system, using strict conservation rationing system, or technocracy.
Sustainable Development seeks control through these goals:
- End all poverty through wealth redistribution schemes
- End hunger through control of all food production
- Ensure healthy living by reducing vehicle use: ride bikes & walk
- Control of education; Common Core and debt financing
- Achieve gender equality: empower all women and girls
- Sustainable management and control of all water
- Sustainable energy: control of all energy. Allow subsidized renewables; kill fossil fuels.
- Promote sustained economic growth through control of the economy: social engineering.
- Promote sustainable industrialization through socialization of the economy: replace the free market with with a carbon-based credit economy
- Reduction of inequality through redistribution of wealth schemes
- Development of human settlements: social utopias through high-density living
- Insure sustainable consumption patterns through behavior modification
- Take urgent action to control climate change through regulation and taxes
- Control of the oceans to stop oil exploration
- Control of all land and forests
- Promote peaceful and inclusive societies through social engineering
- Revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development through crony capitalism