They say 2030 Agenda is “voluntary” but then the set up means and ways to intensely monitor all progress made toward achieving it. This is Technocrat doublespeak straight out of Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty Four.
New Urban Agenda
New Urban Agenda is a “non-binding agreement”, and yet there will be a monitoring task force to insure that it gets implemented. Make sense? It’s not designed to make sense.
The latest global mantra is that cities will soon replace the nation-state as the principal drivers and planners of society. Thus, you will see more articles of this type encouraging Mayors to usurp national sovereignty status and take control of the climate change mitigation ‘problem.’
Mix the World Economic Forum with New Urban Agenda, and you get a massive spawning-ground for public-private partnerships. P3 is a blending of public and private financing, most comparable to fascism.
Technocrat-minded globalists intend for global cities to replace the nation-state as the principal driver of the future world. Furthermore, they will be connected together in order to produce a global mind.
The global elite are counting on global cities replacing the nation state, and becoming the principal building blocks of global society. It was the UN’s New Urban Agenda that enshrined the concept of “Right to the City.”
The UN’s New Urban Agenda is not just for cities, but for rural populations as well, all of whom will be ‘assigned’ to their nearest city-region. Sustainable Development and city planning if part and parcel of Technocracy.
The New Urban Agenda and 2030 Agenda are coordinated UN initiatives to transform the entire planet into its economic system of Sustainable Development, which is Technocracy.
The UN’s New Urban Agenda and state will bypass national government and go directly to the cities of the world; A borderless world where cities are viewed as being the building blocks of the new order of Technocracy.
The UN’s New Urban Agenda is already pressing in from all sides, and is guaranteed to trickle down into U.S. cities and states. The battle line is being drawn between big cities and rural communities. The authors believe that Trump’s election was “propelled by white rural voters” which is “widely seen as a rejection of big-city multiculturalism.”