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.
New Urban Agenda
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.”
Technocracy has long declared that data is the holy grail of comprehensive implementation, and that there is never enough data. Thus, monitoring systems set up by national intelligence agencies are all geared to provide data to Technocrats in order to operate Technocracy.
Yes, the City-State complex intends to ultimately exist in a borderless world where there are no Nation-States. Of course, these will all be ‘Smart Cities’ that use technology to monitor, control and modify all society. In other words, Technocracy and Scientific Dictatorship!
Technocrats envision a new world where the city-state replaces the nation-state, and cities are multicultural melting pots of humanity. Thus, planning, monitoring and directing is everything.
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.
The UN’s New Urban Agenda wants cities and towns to convert to bicycles and public transit. India is leading the way.
The author of this story, Gino Van Begin, is secretary-general of ICLEI, or Local Governments for Sustainability. ICLEI expects to play a major conduit to take New Urban Agenda to the world’s cities and towns.
The phrase ‘no one left behind’ is a doctrine grounded in historic Technocracy from the 1930s. They reasoned that if society is to be properly ‘engineered’, that everyone had to be included. This is the same reason that ‘inclusion’ and ‘no one left behind’ is seen in virtually all United Nations documents.