Friday, September 30, 2016 by JD Heyes
Britain’s “brexit” from the European Union, the populist rise of political neophyte Donald J. Trump – now the Republican Party’s Presidential nominee – and growing distrust and disbelief in the global elite has prompted them not to pull back on the reins but rather to gallop forward, at an even faster pace, in their bid for world domination.
A recent document, titled, “Transforming our World: The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development,” adopted by the UN General Assembly essentially lays out that goal in what appears to be a brazen push for control by a gaggle of unelected bureaucratic “members” appointed by their governments who are, by definition, unaccountable to the people of those countries.
As reported by Freedom Fighter Times, the document is an official adoption of an ideology calling for a new global human order, essentially justifying all previous “conspiracy theories” claiming that it was the primary goal of the world body, as voiced by global leaders and select government officials for years.
Listed as part of the UN’s Global Sustainable Development goals, or “Global Goals,” they are essentially a declaration of war against the common citizen. Originally conceived on Nov. 29, 2000 and adopted by the General Assembly at the 74th the goals state “The role of the United Nations in promoting a new global order.” And just this past month this resolution has been placed back into the UN’s global agenda.
The UN on its own is hapless and powerless. But the world’s elite work throughout the organization to accomplish their goals of domination. The result is Global Goals and if you’ve not heard of them yet, you soon will, notes Zero Hedge.
In recent days a global confab to discuss and adopt the goals was held in New York City, home to the UN – an event that was kicked off by none other than Pope Francis. Accompanying the confab was this star-studded video outlining all of the objectives contained in the 17-point Global Goals. The far-left New York Daily News provided no details of the goals, save for these: “[T]o eradicate extreme poverty by 2030, raise awareness about climate change, and advance educational resources for women.”
The Associated Press filled in some more blanks, however. Global Goals is a 15-year plan “expected to cost $3.5 trillion to $5 trillion every year until 2030.” And where do you suppose the money is going to come from? Well, let’s just say it won’t be poor nations.
As for the goals themselves, many sound very good and noble, like “ending poverty” and “ending hunger.” But how much more can the “rich nations” give and do that they’re not already doing – short of stealing (or controlling) every dollar in existence?
Indeed that may be part of this movement’s real objectives. As noted by Truthstream Media, for every stated goal one should translate it into the globalist agenda based on what we already know.
And so on. Read the full list of translations here.