The United Nations Technocrats says that educated people consume a disproportionate amount of resources, and are therefore unsustainable by definition. Long live stupidity and ignorance.
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I am sure there are many Americans who have no idea nor care what “The Draft International Covenant on Environment and Development” (DICED) is. They should. The Draft Covenant is the “Environmental Constitution of Global Governance.”
‘Slow start’ means anything but stillborn; The 2030 Agenda is like a huge cruise ship that take a very long time to change direction. The weight of global commerce is slowly, but surely, getting behind the SDGs in order to secure their own fortunes in future global trade.
IBM’s Watson is coming out in 2017 to dominate AI in several fields at once, and it founded Science for Social Good to promote the UN’s 2030 Agenda. This puts IBM squarely in the camp of Technocrats who are intent on establishing Technocracy
You must pay attention to Fintech because it is the core of the Green Economy or Sustainable Development (aka Technocracy). There are 409,000 search results for ‘fintech+2030+Agenda’. Many are saying that Fintech will enable Smart Cities and the New Urban Agenda.
Islamic nations intend to be the top global leaders on Sustainable Development and Green Economy, which lines up with strict Islamic finance requirements. With this embedded influence, Islam will have greatly increased leverage with non-Islamic nations.
The UN’s 2030 Agenda and Sustainable Development are modern expressions of 1930s Technocracy, which requires the death of capitalism and free enterprise. The UN’s trade policies will not deliver the world into peace and prosperity, but rather Scientific Dictatorship.
The latest technological revolution will make existing technology look like the stone age, yet few people outside of academia and industry are even aware of it. Many, if not most, of the people who are driving these technologies are Technocrats who intend to connect the world into a single global entity. Think, ‘hive mind’, ‘global city’ and 2030 Agenda.
CityLab is at the heart of Technocracy and Smart Cities, but even they seemingly realize that many cities are being thrown under the bus by their data-crazed leadership.