Technocracy is epitomized in the UN’s New Urban Agenda, which intends to transform the world’s cities into micro-managed hive populations of humans. It is the prime directive for “Smart Cities” that utilize advanced technology and planning.
The United Nations is implementing Technocracy, which is 100% data-driven. The stampede to aggregation your personal data is feeding the beast that will control you.
Technocrats are already heavily embedded in the fabric of American economic life, and the push for infrastructure buildout is relentless.
Local Agenda 21 ‘limited success’ was devastating to local U.S. communities, but ill direct Local Agenda 2030 to be the supercharged implementation of Agenda 2030.
People do not realize that Technocracy, aka Sustainable Development and 2030 Agenda, calls for usurping earth’s resources from private and state ownership. This is the biggest land grab in the history of the world and it has no intention of saving these resources for future generations not even born yet (i.e., your children and/or grandchildren).
UNEP will enable ACP (African, Caribbean, and Pacific Group of States) to force-feed the SDGs to African and other rim nations, causing deep transformation to green economy.
Don’t let the author’s beauty distract you: This article posits Technocracy to the letter. She envisions being a part of the ‘collective’ where nothing is owned and everything is shared. Is this the future you want?
Warning: By their own pointed admission, the UN is targeting local governments in order to implement 2030 Agenda, New Urban Agenda and Sustainable Development. Thus, national and regional governments can be safely bypassed, avoiding any risk of oversight or accountability.
There is nothing to say except that you must read this document for yourself. After all, it will be the new ‘controlling’ document for life in cities, towns and hamlets for decades to come. The UN is dead serious about this, and they have the weight of the world behind them.
In light of global resistance, the UN is pulling out all the stops on implementing its 2030 Agenda and 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).