Sunday, September 27, 2015

Global Citizen Festival: 'We've Got To Be A Light For The World', Agenda 2030

Joe Biden joins Beyonce and Ed Sheeran at Global Citizen festival

Vice President Joe Biden has joined celebrities such as Beyonce, Ed Sheeran and Leonardo Di Caprio in New York tonight for a festival aimed at raising awareness of global inequality.
Biden was just one of a host of speakers invited on to the stage of Global Citizen Festival which is currently taking place in Central Park.
The concert was designed to raise awareness of the UN's global goals program which aims to eradicate global poverty, fight injustice, and combat climate change, among other things.

Beyonce told people to 'get close and dance like children' before performing a medley of hits, such as Single Ladies and Miss Independent

Joe Biden took to the stage of Global Citizen festival in New York tonight to join a call to end extreme poverty and promote equality across the world

Beyonce was just one of the performers and guest speakers that took to the stage in Central Park this evening to promote awareness of the UN's global goals agenda

It comes on the heels of the UN General Assembly summit which took place last week in New York, which was addressed by Pope Francis.
Biden, who is still thought to be mulling a late-stage run for the Democratic presidential nomination, used his appearance to call for all people to be treated with dignity and respect.

He said: 'We have to move beyond, reach beyond, ourselves. We have to be a light to the world not just in the world. That is what you are all here for tonight.
'I look out and I see lots of global citizens, optimistic determined, absolutely determined, rejecting the false premise that our challenges are mere fate, with no solutions, and that protecting universal rights is equally universal, because it is.
'This is all about possibilities, and it is within our reach, we can change the world, we really can, you can. That is also true. I know I'm known as the White House optimist, but I'm optimistic because I know the history of the journey of this country.'  

Beyonce was just one of the performers and guest speakers that took to the stage in Central Park this evening to promote awareness of the UN's global goals agenda

After her powerhouse performance Beyonce introduced Michelle Obama to the stage, and their pair shared a hug as they passed

While the President couldn't be there in person, he did send a video message from the White House which was broadcast from the stage
Malala used her speech to call for less money to be spent on the military and diverted to education instead, saying 'it is a book and a pen that can change the life of a child, it is not a gun'

Kaite Holmes (left), Selma Hayek (right image, left) and Queen Rania of Jordan (far right) were also speakers at the Global Citizen festival

Also delivering speeches were Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, Queen Rania of Jordan, Delaware Senator Chris Coons and Jim Yong Kim, head of the World Bank.
They were joined by the likes of Coldplay, who debuted their new single Amazing Day, and rapper Commons, who brought Sting on stage during his performance. 
Also among the speakers was Leonardo DiCaprio who renewed his calls for the world to stop using fossil fuels as a source of energy.
DiCaprio's stance on the issue has been criticized as hypocritical in the past, as he often spends his summers sailing across the globe on a yacht rented from an oil billionaire.

In keeping with the event's aim of spreading awareness, tickets were free, but in order to get one attendees had to tweet about issues such as poverty or gender inequality, or write to members of congress. 


At its General Assembly summit in New York this week, the UN set out a list of 17 sustainable goals that it hopes to achieve by 2030 which replaces the Millennium goals which were drawn up in 2000 and expired this year.
They are designed to cover almost every aspect of human life on this planet, and to improve it for all the world's citizens - though critics have denounced the list as overly ambitious and, in places, too vague.
The Global Citizen Festival, held tonight in Central Park, was designed to raise awareness of that list, and during the concert more than 1billion people messaged about the targets via social media. 
The concept was that, in order for leaders to be held accountable to the goals, people must first be aware of them and what they are. Here is the list in full: 
1. End poverty in all its forms everywhere
Including a target of having no one living in extreme poverty - defined as less than $1.25 a day - anywhere in the world by the year 2030.
2. End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture
Part of this goal calls for the doubling of agricultural production by small-scale farmers.
3. Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages
For example, leaders have set out to reduce maternal mortality (the number of women who die each year during childbirth) from the current rate of 200 per 100,000 live births to 70.
4. Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all
Including that students everywhere should have free access to education through high school.
5. Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls
This goal aims to end discrimination and violence toward women and girls. It also calls for the elimination of child marriage and female genital mutilation.
6. Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all
This goal calls for universal access to toilets and clean drinking water, as well as protecting and restoring natural water resources over five years.
7. Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all
This goal calls for universal access to electricity and more renewable energy.
8. Promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all
This item sets an ambitious annual economic growth target of 7 percent per year for the poorest nations.
9. Build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and foster innovation
This goal calls for increased technological assistance from developed countries to poorer nations to modernize roads, dams, electrical grids and other infrastructure.
10. Reduce inequality within and among countries
This target tries to address the growing gap that's emerged globally between the "haves" and the "have-nots."
11. Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable
Say goodbye to slums. This goal envisions sustainable, livable urban centers with universal access to green spaces.
12. Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns
This section sets bold targets for cutting in half food waste by the year 2030 and over the next five years overhauling industrial waste streams.
13. Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts
This goal acknowledges climate change and then notes that the real work on this issue will come at the U.N. Conference on Climate Change later this year in Paris.
14. Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development
This goal calls for sustainable management of marine fisheries by 2020 and elimination of marine pollution by 2025.
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
This goal calls for the same protection of land that No. 14 demands for the sea.
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
In other words: We should all live in harmony. The goal also calls for an end to violence and corruption.
17. Strengthen the means of implementation and revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development
This final goal calls for rich nations to give more assistance to poorer countries and to help less developed nations progress.

September 25, 2015: The UN Launches A ‘New Universal Agenda’ For Humanity

One of the biggest steps toward a one world government that we have ever seen is happening this week, and yet barely anyone is even talking about it.  In fact, it is even being called a “new universal Agenda” for humanity.  Those are not my words – those are the words that the United Nations is using.  If you don’t believe this, just go look at the official document for this new UN agenda.  You won’t have to read very far.  The phrase “new universal Agenda” is right near the end of the preamble.  Officially, the name of this ambitious new program is “the 2030 Agenda“, and it is being hyped as a way to get the whole world to work together to make life better for all of us.  And a lot of the goals of this new agenda are very admirable.  For example, who wouldn’t want to end global poverty?  But as you look deeper into what the UN is trying to do, you find some very disturbing things.
If you didn’t like Agenda 21, then you really are not going to like the 2030 Agenda, because the 2030 Agenda takes things to an entirely new level.  Agenda 21 was primarily focused on climate change and the environment, but the 2030 Agenda goes far beyond that.  As I have noted previously, the 2030 Agenda addresses economics, agriculture, education, gender equality, healthcare and a whole host of other issues.  It has been argued that there are very few forms of human activity that do not fall under the goals of the 2030 Agenda in one way or another.
The UN says that this new Agenda is “voluntary”, and yet virtually every single nation on the entire planet is willingly signing up for it.  In the official document that all of these nations are agreeing to, there are 17 sustainable development goals and 169 very specific sustainable development targets.  You can read them for yourself right here.

As you read what they are planning, ask yourself what level of “global governance” will be required in order to accomplish all of that.

Transforming our world: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development .:. Sustainable Development Knowledge Platform

U.N. Agenda 21 hiding behind Agenda 2030

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:

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.

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?

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.

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 the 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.

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-√†-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.

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.

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.

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.

 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.

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.

 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.

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.

Agenda 2030 - does the public have any idea what's coming?

It’s one of the most  under-reported stories of the year, but it is also one of the biggest stories of the year.

If you’ve heard of Agenda 21, think bigger. Agenda 21 has already been put in place by most local councils in the western world, including New Zealand. If your local officials talk in terms of “smart communities”, “smart growth” or “sustainability” they are using Agenda 21 phrases. Many large corporations across the world have also adopted Agenda 21 principles.

“The United Nations General Assembly today approved a resolution sending the draft ‘2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development’ to Member States for adoption later this month, bringing the international community “to the cusp of decisions that can help realize the… dream of a world of peace and dignity for all,” according to Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. “Today is the start of a new era. We have travelled a long way together to reach this turning point,” declared Mr. Ban.”

The above is in the public arena, although largely unreported. What even fewer people know is the bizarre, spine-tingling backstory to all this that’s been 70 years in the making.
That backstory is published in the book “Totalitaria”, which draws on official UN document libraries and decades-old news reports to reveal the origins of what the book describes as “a plan to rule the world”.
The 17 Agenda 2030 goals can only be implemented, you see, through the legal framework of a global governance system, which is why the symbolism of gathered political and church leaders at the UN paying homage this month is so important.
Most members of the public and the news media see the UN as a secular organisation, but UN documents reveal the organisation believes it has a “spiritual” mission to usher in a new world leader who has yet to reveal themselves. That’s one of the reasons the Pope’s involvement with the UN is significant.

“No human force will ever be able to destroy the United Nations,” wrote Assistant UN Secretary General Robert Muller in 1994, “for the United Nations is not a mere building or a mere idea; it is not a man-made creation.”
If you think that’s a strange statement for one of the UN’s topmost officials to make, what followed was a doozy:
“The United Nations is the vision-light of the Absolute Supreme, which is slowly, steadily and unerringly illuminating the ignorance, the night
of our human life.
“The divine success and supreme progress of the United Nations is bound to become a reality. At his choice hour, the Absolute Supreme will
ring His own victory-bell here on Earth through the loving and serving heart of the United Nations.”
The full story of what the United Nations really believes its mission is, and what its plans are for the public once global governance is finally in place, is revealed in the book Totalitaria. Also available on Amazon.

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