When the SDGs collapse, do not pass Go and go straight to Sustainable Development, aka Technocracy. The long-term UN goal to “decouple development and growth” spawns calls for “green bonds, sustainability bonds and impact investing .”
The Secretary-General of the UN lays out two possibilities to get through the pandemic: either accept UN leadership today or go through a five-year global depression and then accept their leadership as the “new normal”. Either way, it’s the same outcome.
Every global elite group that you can imagine has thrown their full weight behind Sustainable Development, aka Technocracy. All central banks, all global corporations, all elite families, all major political structures, etc. As Alfred E. Neuman proclaimed, “What, me worry?”
Every nation wants a seat on the UN’s powerful Security Council and will go to any lengths to get it. Campaigning is lavish, extravagant, expensive and at times more ludicrous than a prime-time reality show.
BlackBerry pioneered mobile communication security but has since been converted into a champion of the United Nations and Sustainable Development, aka Technocracy. It says its plan “clearly demonstrates their forward-thinking leadership for sustainable growth.”
As time goes on, Pope Francis it becoming more and more radicalized towards Sustainable Development and worship of ‘Mother Earth’. Today’s language is perhaps the strongest yet, going back to his encyclical on the environment, Laudato Si.
The World Economic Forum promotes its action plan as bringing “multistakeholder leadership to the COVID-19 pandemic” but has the overarching goal of converting to a low-carbon, resource-based economic system such as Sustainable Development, aka Technocracy.
The UN says, “governments must seize the opportunity to ‘build back better’ after the pandemic by creating more sustainable and resilient societies. No matter what the problem, Sustainable Development is always the answer.
Waves of bankruptcies are about to sweep America as restaurants, farms, small manufacturers, service companies, malls and more throw in the towel for good. These people’s lives and livelihoods are being eagerly sacrificed on the altar of science while fighting COVID-19.
The United Nations’ #1 goal to “End poverty in all its forms everywhere” is on the rocks as COVID-19 has shut down the global economy. As many as 500 million more people will sink into abject poverty and the UN can thank its own agency, the WHO, for the setback.