Global leaders gathered at the United Nations for the 2023 SDG Summit with the aim of fully implementing the 2030 Agenda and the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) over the next 7 years. These goals cover various areas of human activity and serve as a blueprint for the globalists’ vision of how the world should be run. The summit, held in New York City, was seen as a crucial turning point towards achieving these goals.
The official UN webpage described the summit as marking the halfway point towards the 2030 deadline and emphasized the need for transformative and accelerated actions to address the impact of multiple crises and reignite hope for the 2030 Agenda. The globalists are determined to implement the SDGs by September 2030, which means there is a limited time frame of 7 years to achieve these goals.
During the summit, global leaders adopted a Political Declaration committing themselves to achieving the SDGs within the next 7 years. The 10-page document reaffirms their shared commitment to end poverty and hunger, combat inequalities, and build peaceful societies. The declaration acknowledges the threats posed by armed conflict, adverse climate impacts, and the COVID-19 pandemic, which could hinder the achievement of the SDGs.
However, accelerating progress towards these goals may require extreme measures. For instance, in Wales, a 20 mph speed limit is being imposed on every residential road, as reported by Paul Joseph Watson. This is likely to be a precursor to similar measures being implemented worldwide in order to meet climate goals. While the globalists intend to achieve their vision, the rest of the world may have to bear the consequences.
Furthermore, the declaration references the “Summit of the Future in 2024,” scheduled just two months before the next presidential election in the United States. At this summit, UN member states are expected to adopt a “Pact for the Future,” aimed at strengthening international response capabilities for complex global shocks, utilizing the Secretary-General’s convening power through an Emergency Platform. This platform would grant the UN authority to ensure a unified global response to any major crisis, including pandemics, events in outer space, or unforeseen risks. Once activated, these emergency powers can be extended indefinitely.
While the proposal of an Emergency Platform poses significant concerns, the Biden administration supports it. In September, the U.S. is set to adopt the Pact for the Future. This rush to implement the plan is due to the favorable circumstances presented by the current administration. The globalists understand that it will be much harder to advance their agenda once Biden leaves office.
Unfortunately, the mainstream media barely addresses these issues, leaving many Americans unaware of the globalists’ plans. In these perilous times, it is crucial to recognize and resist any erosion of freedoms that may result from the implementation of these global agendas.