The U.N. is the solo driver for planetary Sustainable Development, aka Technocracy. As a totally managed economic system run by science and engineering, it will be a Scientific Dictatorship and that will be the governance. Government as we know it will not be necessary.
Electric bicycle and scooter rentals are the latest craze to give urban dwellers ‘alternative transportation’ to eliminate carbon. Scooters in particular have cause a pandemic of injured riders. Residents in San Francisco detest these sidewalk intruders, and are moving to have them banned.
This is one of the shortest press releases ever seen from the UN, but Secretary-General Guterres has nothing but praise for Xi Jinping for his part in pushing Sustainable Development and the 2030 Agenda. This is not surprising in that both of them are Technocrats and China is the leading example of Technocracy in the world.
The five ‘multi-stakeholder’ water partnerships include a rich assortment of public-private partnerships that will give global corporations direct access to this precious resource of life. The UN predicts a 40% shortfall of water availability by 2030, even though the same amount of water has existed sine the creation of the earth. In order to insure Technocracy, shortages must be created to drive the investment.
Imagine an International Court of Justice for Water, where ‘water justice’ rulings are made to control and allocate water to sustain life. The United Nations has fully set its sights on controlling all the water of the world. Further, it has tightly integrated water policy into the Sustainable Development Goals.
Sustainable Development, aka Technocracy, is a resource-based economic system driven by science and controlled by energy. Even in the 1930s, when Technocracy was originally codified, energy was considered the only possible accounting system that could be used.
In keeping with Public-Private Partnerships, Secretary Zinke has ordered an inventory of all mineral resources on public and private land in the U.S. When he states “Other nations are far ahead of us with mapping of their mineral resources, leading to private sector investment overseas rather than right here at home”, note that his eye is on private sector investment.
In 2016, the UN convened the Third International Conference on Financing for Development and stated “both public and private investment have key roles to play in infrastructure financing, including through public private partnerships”. It is now clear that Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke is playing directly into the hands of the United Nations.
Cities are jockeying for more autonomous control within the nation-state, claiming that all societies will be multicultural, multi-ethnic and multi-lingual. Peter Sutherland, United Nations Special Representative of the Secretary-General for International Migration and Development, once stated that multiculturalism is the only path to implement Sustainable Development.
The UN’s agenda for America rolls on without respect to which party is elected to office, whether conservative or liberal, Democrat or Republican. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, appointed by President Trump is no exception as he implements PPP throughout the nation’s land holdings.