2030 Agenda
2030 Agenda refers to a UN resolution adopted by the General Assembly on Sept. 25, 2015 called “Transforming our world: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.” There are specific 17 goals and a number of points relating to implementation of the goals. The 2030 Agenda incorporates all of the original content of Agenda 21 that was created in 1992 at the first Earth Summit in Rio.  
Green Economy
The UN defines Green Economy  as “one that results in improved human well-being and social equity, while significantly reducing environmental risks and ecological scarcities. In its simplest expression, a green economy can be thought of as one which is low carbon, resource efficient and socially inclusive.”  It decouples resource use from economic growth, which replaces the market regulators of supply and demand with technocratic decisions based on predefined rules and regulations.

“What is this peculiar phenomenon we call scientism? It is not science, any more than the shadow is anything identical with the substance of a thing. Nor is science ever evidence of scientism. At most, science merely serves to heat up the imagination of certain minds – and they are not few – who are too prone to sweeping and unqualified generalizations in the first place. Scientism is pseudoscience or misinterpreted science. Its conclusions are sweeping and large, and therefore sometimes pretend to be philosophical. But it is not a part of philosophy, if by philosophy we mean the effort to think soberly within the restrictions that human reflection must impose for itself. No, scientism is a malady – an ideology. And as such, along with other ideologies that beset us, it has become a permanent part of our modern culture.” – William Barrett, Death of the Soul.

Sustainable Development
The official UN definition is [economic] “development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.” It is a replacement economic system for Capitalism and Free Enterprise that usurps control over all means of production and consumption. The practices and theory of Sustainable Development are substantially equivalent to historic Technocracy that was designed in the 1930s.

Technocracy is a replacement economic system for Capitalism and Free Enterprise, and is represented by the United Nations’ program for Sustainable Development and “Green Economy.” It proposes that all means of production and consumption would be controlled by an elite group of scientists and engineers (technocrats) for the good of mankind. Technocracy was originally architected in the 1930s but regained favor when adopted by the Trilateral Commission in 1973, under their “New International Economic Order” program.


“The belief or theory that the human race can evolve beyond its current physical and mental limitations, especially by means of science and technology.” (Oxford Dictionary) Until science and technology became a factor in the search for immortality, Transhumanism was a metaphysical philosophy with little substance. Today, universities, corporations and government research centers are working feverishly to apply technology to human longevity, with the ultimate goal of conquering death altogether.