The author Pia Hellertz has written a couple of articles regarding Agenda 2030.  Agenda 2030 sounds like a nice idea but if you look more careful you can see that that is a part of the globalists to make a world government.

Pia Hellerts:

The United nations Agenda 2030 sounds like an wonderful idea. To read these climate goals is like reading poetry. But is it an agenda to better things or is it as the critiques says: an Agenda with darker intentions? Is it really about to create a new world order or a world government?

The 25 to 27 September 2015 193 leaders for United nations member-countries gathered to celebrate the 70 year anniversary of UN. They signed a treaty called Transforming our world: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. This document envision great plans for the planet. It contains issues like erase the poverty of earth, improve health and education, make the cities more sustainable, to reduce climate change, protect the oceans and forests och to develop economic plans so this can be done. But this is not a new plan.

It all started 1972 with a UN-conference regarding the environment in Stockholm where 69 nations participated. 1987 the Bruntland report: report of the World Commission on Environment and Development: Our Common Future was published.
 Here the phrase “sustainable development” was coined. On Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro 1992 there were 179 UN-countries that signed a treaty called Agenda 21. Agenda 21 included  eight millennia-goals:

1) To eradicate extreme poverty and hunger
2) To achieve universal primary education
3) To promote gender equality and empower woman
4) To reduce child mortality
5) To improve maternal health
6) Combat HIV/AIDS, malaria and other diseases
7) To ensure environmental sustainability
8) To develop a global partnership for development

Host for the Earth summit was Maurice Strong. He is an canadian oil-billionaire which has for a long time been a front-man for the Rothschild- and Rockefellers families. Maurice Strong has been the leader of the fabricated climate threat that has successfully been implanted around the world. Al Gore with his  movie “an inconvenient truth” is part of Maurice’s team.
Maurice Strong was member of the Club of Rome, Bilderberg group, Trilateral commission and Council of Foreign Relations. These groups is the most powerful groups regarding the implementation of a world economy and a world government.

When the treaty of Agenda 2030 was signed in 25th September 2015 the intentions and goals of the agenda expanded from 8 to 17 goals and 169 sub goals. There isn’t any definition of the word “sustainable”. Maurice Strong gave an explanation what “sustainable” does NOT mean:

“Current lifestyles and consumption patterns of the rich middle class. This includes a high consumption of meat, the use of fossil fuels, appliances, air conditioning and suburban housing”.
At the same event he said:

“Isn’t the only hope for the this planet that industrialized civilizations collapse? Isn’t it our responsibility to make this happen?”

US state secretary John Kerry said in  2016 that

“air conditioning and refrigerators are as big threat as the ISIS”

ICLEI – International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives was created 1990 to implement Agenda 21 locally. Communities was encouraged to become members. CONCORD Sweden has five groups. One of them has the goal “to make sure Agenda 2030 is being implemented in Sweden and EU and on a global base”.



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