The new UN-Habitat leader “will be guided by the principles of the new urban agenda and the UN’s universal Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in tackling urbanization challenges.” The UN intends to set urban policy for the entire planet.
New Urban Agenda
Technology-driven Smart City dogma invaded World Urban Forum 9 in Kuala Lampur and delivered mostly empty rhetoric. Technology is rightly likened to a Ponzi scheme that will ultimately result in the collapse of cities and societies.
The main outcome of Habitat III held in October 2016, was “the adoption of the final New Urban Agenda (NUA) document as the new mandate for the development of cities and human settlements during the next 20 years.” The U.N. is now meddling with Latin America to impose its Technocratic tyranny on unsuspecting city-dwellers.
Technocrat Smart City architects are turning to AI and systems-theory to automate property zoning. Dr. Parag Khanna was right when he said the ‘globalization is the system’.
UN technocrats are obsessed with control and micro-management of people in cities, and the implementation of the seventeen so-called ‘Sustainable Development Goals’. Other global institutions like the World Bank, are intimately involved as well.
Maimunah Mohd Sharif was formerly a city planner, but now she is the premier city planner for UN-Habitat, which curates the United Nations New Urban Agenda. A devout Muslim, the fact that Sharif would accept such a position demonstrates that Sustainable Development (aka Technocracy) is compatible with Islam.
The United Nations promotes Technocracy through its programs of Sustainable Development, New Urban Agenda and Agenda 2030. It has also sworn to overthrow capitalism and Free Enterprise altogether, and a key part of their strategy is to transform cities throughout the world.
With a Muslim woman now in charge of UN-Habitat and the New Urban Agenda, Islam has a direct path to potentially influence every city on earth. With many Islamic nations already committed to ‘green finance’, or Fintech, and Sustainable Development, it is little wonder that they would try to dominate at every turn.
The New Urban Agenda and leaders at the World Urban Forum say that the future of city living is micro housing where 250-400 square feet and a place at the communal table. This is what is meant by the buzz-word ‘densification’.
Maimunah Mohd Sharif, a Muslim Technocrat, is now the head of UN-Habitat and is chairwoman of the World Urban Forum in Kuala Lumpur. As such, she is now in charge of the UN’s New Urban Agenda that was produced at Habitat-III.