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.
The politically green left of the political left is predictably blaming Capitalism and Free Enterprise for COVID-19 and wishing them both good riddance. The only alternative offered is Sustainable Development, aka Technocracy.
Requirement #6 of the original 1934 Technocracy Study Course stated, “Provide specific registration of the consumption of each individual, plus a record and description of the individual.” Thanks to the Great Panic of 2020, this is being railroaded through.
In a flashback to a 2004 speech, Tom DeWeese exposed sustainable development, aka Technocracy, as the real enemy of America and the world. It has since deepened its roots and spread everywhere.
Talk of blockchain tech and crypto-currency at the UN is indicative of its efforts to transform the world into Sustainable Development, aka Technocracy. Fintech is the model for future financing of the green economy.
The World Economic Forum is totally supporting all of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), aka Technocracy. Here is an A to Z analysis of each SDG and what they really mean.
This is ‘sustainability’? First, tell everyone to dump cars and ride bicycles. Second, build bike lanes everywhere so they can. Third, watch the death toll go up. Did planners ever consider this obvious consequence?
Evil dairy cows give milk that is made into heavy cream that becomes whipped cream in your favorite coffee drink. Starbucks will now help you modify your behavior to give it up in order to save the planet.
The United Nations’ propaganda war against Capitalism and Free Enterprise is paying off as a new global survey shows 56% agreeing that Capitalism does more harm than good. Sustainable Development, aka Technocracy, is the only alternative offered.
Since President Trump has put the brakes on climate change policies, it is incongruous that the administration will now approve massive alternative energy projects on public lands, all of which will involve Public-Private-Partnerships.