With the Pontifical Academy of Sciences gathering, Technocracy seems to be fully embedded at the Vatican, with the Pope as chief proponent. Religion (including the Interfaith movement) and Sustainable Development are merging at a breakneck speed. Will this become the new world religion around which everyone will congregate?
UN officials are in a panic over the populist movement throwing up barriers to global warming other UN agendas. They urgently seek more urgent action to drive the Paris Agreement home.
The UN wants to control all oceans and everything in them and UNCLOS is the nefarious treaty that will accomplish it. This is part of Technocracy’s pursuit of all resources on the planet: land, water and air.
Pope Francis’ 2015 Encyclical on Global Warmins, Laudato Si’, has influenced Catholic sisters in Africa to promote Sustainable Development. The ultimate result will be worse than the Marxist Liberation Theology that was promoted in the 1960s and 1970s.
Technocrats can program robo-advisor systems to pick only from a list of pre-approved ‘green’ investments. In this case, the ‘science’ really is settled.
China is emerging as the poster-child for Technocracy, and the U.N. wastes no opportunity to praise it for ‘working for global public goods’. Not that we want it, the U.S. gets no such praise from the U.N.
“Steering the course of global change to a just and sustainable future requires a concerted effort across all sectors.” – ‘Just’ refers to Social Justice and ‘sustainable’ means Sustainable Development. Together, they call for total redistribution of wealth and the destruction of capitalism and free enterprise.
Technocracy requires monitoring in order to control, and as in any good project, progress must be clearly represented to everyone knows how the technocrat processed are working. The UN is no exception, since Sustainable Development is nothing more than warmed over Technocracy from the 1930s.
The purpose of the 2030 Agenda meeting held at the UN in September 2015 was to replace the expiring Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) with the enhanced 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Thus, it was indeed a fresh start at implementing global Sustainable Development.
The World Bank is a key global player in the implementation of Sustainable Development, or Technocracy. It seeks a “holistic framework where housing is orchestrated with national and urban development in a way that benefits all people.”