United Nations launches global data collection arm of Agenda 2030
(TRUNEWS) The United Nations Statistical Commission has released a document called “draft global indicators framework”, which adds an enormous global data collection program to their Agenda 2030 initiative.
The UN’s Agenda 2030 outlines 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) and 169 targets to “free the human race from the tyranny of poverty,” “heal and secure our planet” and place humans on a “sustainable and resilient path” by the year 2030. Agenda 2030 replaced Agenda 21 in Sep. 2015 as a blueprint for nothing less than the global enslavement of humanity under the guise of promoting sustainable development.
Mike Adam’s, the founder and chief editor of NaturalNews.com, pointedly summarized the main goals of Agenda 2030, along with translations of what they actually mean in their action plans:
Goal 1) End poverty in all its forms everywhere
Translation: Put everyone on government welfare, food stamps, housing subsidies and handouts that make them obedient slaves to global government. Never allow people upward mobility to help themselves. Instead, teach mass victimization and obedience to a government that provides monthly “allowance” money for basic essentials like food and medicine. Label it “ending poverty.”
Goal 2) End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture
Translation: Invade the entire planet with GMOs and Monsanto’s patented seeds while increasing the use of deadly herbicides under the false claim of “increased output” of food crops. Engineer genetically modified plants to boost specific vitamin chemicals while having no idea of the long-term consequences of genetic pollution or cross-species genetic experiments carried out openly in a fragile ecosystem.
Goal 3) Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages
Translation: Mandate 100+ vaccines for all children and adults at gunpoint, threatening parents with arrest and imprisonment if they refuse to cooperate. Push heavy medication use on children and teens while rolling out “screening” programs. Call mass medication “prevention” programs and claim they improve the health of citizens.
Goal 4) Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all
Translation: Push a false history and a dumbed-down education under “Common Core” education standards that produce obedient workers rather than independent thinkers. Never let people learn real history, or else they might realize they don’t want to repeat it.
Goal 5) Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls
Translation: Criminalize Christianity, marginalize heterosexuality, demonize males and promote the LGBT agenda everywhere. The real goal is never “equality” but rather the marginalization and shaming of anyone who expresses any male characteristics whatsoever. The ultimate goal is to feminize society, creating widespread acceptance of “gentle obedience” along with the self-weakening ideas of communal property and “sharing” everything. Because only male energy has the strength to rise up against oppression and fight for human rights, the suppression of male energy is key to keeping the population in a state of eternal acquiescence.
Goal 6) Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all
Translation: Allow powerful corporations to seize control of the world’s water supplies and charge monopoly prices to “build new water delivery infrastructure” that “ensures availability.”
Goal 7) Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all
Translation: Penalize coal, gas and oil while pushing doomed-to-fail “green” energy subsidies to brain-dead startups headed by friends of the White House who all go bankrupt in five years or less. The green startups make for impressive speeches and media coverage, but because these companies are led by corrupt idiots rather than capable entrepreneurs, they always go broke. (And the media hopes you don’t remember all the fanfare surrounding their original launch.)
Goal 8) Promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all
Translation: Regulate small business out of existence with government-mandated minimum wages that bankrupt entire sectors of the economy. Force employers to meet hiring quotas of LGBT workers while mandating wage tiers under a centrally planned work economy dictated by the government. Destroy free market economics and deny permits and licenses to those companies that don’t obey government dictates.
Goal 9) Build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and foster innovation
Translation: Put nations into extreme debt with the World Bank, spending debt money to hire corrupt American corporations to build large-scale infrastructure projects that trap developing nations in an endless spiral of debt. See the book Confessions of an Economic Hit Man by John Perkins to understand the details of how this scheme has been repeated countless times over the last several decades.
Goal 10) Reduce inequality within and among countries
Translation: Punish the rich, the entrepreneurs and the innovators, confiscating nearly all gains by those who choose to work and excel. Redistribute the confiscated wealth to the masses of non-working human parasites that feed off a productive economy while contributing nothing to it… all while screaming about “equality!”
Goal 11) Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable
Translation: Ban all gun ownership by private citizens, concentrating guns into the hands of obedient government enforcers who rule over an unarmed, enslaved class of impoverished workers. Criminalize living in most rural areas by instituting Hunger Games-style “protected areas” which the government will claim are owned by “the People” even though no people are allowed to live there. Force all humans into densely packed, tightly controlled cities where they are under 24/7 surveillance and subject to easy manipulation by government.
Goal 12) Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns
Translation: Begin levying punitive taxes on the consumption of fossil fuels and electricity, forcing people to live under conditions of worsening standards of living that increasingly resemble Third World conditions. Use social influence campaigns in TV, movies and social media to shame people who use gasoline, water or electricity, establishing a social construct of ninnies and tattlers who rat out their neighbors in exchange for food credit rewards.
Goal 13) Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts
Translation: Set energy consumption quotas on each human being and start punishing or even criminalizing “lifestyle decisions” that exceed energy usage limits set by governments. Institute total surveillance of individuals in order to track and calculate their energy consumption. Penalize private vehicle ownership and force the masses onto public transit, where TSA grunts and facial recognition cameras can monitor and record the movement of every person in society, like a scene ripped right out of Minority Report.
Goal 14) Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development
Translation: Ban most ocean fishing, plunging the food supply into an extreme shortage and causing runaway food price inflation that puts even more people into economic desperation. Criminalize the operation of private fishing vessels and place all ocean fishing operations under the control of government central planning. Only allow favored corporations to conduct ocean fishing operations (and make this decision based entirely on which corporations give the most campaign contributions to corrupt lawmakers).
Goal 15) Protect, restore and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems, sustainably manage forests, combat desertification, and halt and reverse land degradation and halt biodiversity loss
Translation: Roll out Agenda 21 and force humans off the land and into controlled cities. Criminalize private land ownership, including ranches and agricultural tracts. Tightly control all agriculture through a corporate-corrupted government bureaucracy whose policies are determined almost entirely by Monsanto while being rubber-stamped by the USDA. Ban woodstoves, rainwater collection and home gardening in order to criminalize self-reliance and force total dependence on government.
Goal 16) Promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all and build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels
Translation: Grant legal immunity to illegal aliens and “protected” minority groups, which will be free to engage in any illegal activity — including openly calling for the mass murder of police officers — because they are the new protected class in society. “Inclusive institutions” means granting favorable tax structures and government grants to corporations that hire LGBT workers or whatever groups are currently in favor with the central planners in government. Use the IRS and other federal agencies to selectively punish unfavorable groups with punitive audits and regulatory harassment, all while ignoring the criminal activities of favored corporations that are friends of the political elite.
Goal 17) Strengthen the means of implementation and revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development
Translation: Enact global trade mandates that override national laws while granting unrestricted imperialism powers to companies like Monsanto, Dow Chemical, RJ Reynolds, Coca-Cola and Merck. Pass global trade pacts that bypass a nation’s lawmakers and override intellectual property laws to make sure the world’s most powerful corporations maintain total monopolies over drugs, seeds, chemicals and technology. Nullify national laws and demand total global obedience to trade agreements authored by powerful corporations and rubber-stamped by the UN.
DRAFT GLOBAL INDICTATORS FRAMEWORK
Now, in addition to the robust requirements of Agenda 2030, the draft global indicators framework outlines 230 statistical indicators to measure progress toward SDG’s including familiar ones such as per-capital Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and the proportion of populations living below national and international poverty lines.
In the U.N. General Assembly resolution that called for the creation of the draft global indicators framework, the new SDG indicators are intended to be “simple but robust.”
George Russell, the Editor-at-Large of Fox News, noted a few “novel” measurements that the draft framework proposed:
- The “proportion of government recurrent and capital spending going to sectors that disproportionately benefit women, poor and vulnerable groups”
- The “extent to which global citizenship education and education for sustainable development . . . are mainstreamed at all levels in national education politics, curricula, teacher education and student assessment”
- The “number of countries that have implemented well-managed migration policies”
- The “average income of small-scale food producers, by sex and indigenous status”
- The “proportion of persons victim of physical or sexual harassment, by sex, age, disability status and place of occurrence, in the previous 12 months”
- The “mortality rate attributed to unintentional poisoning”
- The “proportion of national Exclusive Economic Zones [200-mile ocean limits] managed using ecosystem-based approaches”
- The “number of plant and animal genetic resources for food and agriculture secured in either medium or long-term conservation facilities”
- “Progress by countries in the degree of implementation of international instruments aiming to combat illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing”
John Pullinger, the National Statistician of Britain and immediate past chair of an expert group of national statistical agencies that pulled together the indicators for the UN Statistical Commission, said the indicators endorsed in the framework were “unprecedent[ed] in their scale and nuance.”
Though assumed to adhere to the data collection of the 230 decided statistical indicators, the U.S. was not an expert group member, but did however participate in a grouping known as the Friends of the Chair of the Statistical Commission, that provided guidance for the draft framework.
Pullinger mentioned in the report that a “really strong push” had been made to ensure “disaggregation,” which has been defined by the U.N. as a breakdown of statistics by “income, sex, age, race, ethnicity, migratory status, disability and geographical location, or other characteristics.”
Pullinger also said that there is currently no plan as to how the gigantic volume of information will be collected or analyzed, conceding that the process to refine and obtain the data is likely going to take participants up to 2030.
Brett Schaefer, a U.N. expert at the Heritage Foundation commented on the new UN draft framework, saying that though some of the huge array of indicators are “useful and practical,” many “are seriously flawed.”
Schaefer said that many are focused on “inputs like the level of government spending or the volume of development assistance devoted to a particular issue, rather than the results from those expenditures.”
Another alarming aspect Schaefer pointed out was the fact that many of the SDG’s were “transparently political objectives,” including those based on ratification of U.N.-generated treaties, like the Law of the Sea and an international biodiversity convention, both of which have been signed by American officials, but not ratified through the U.S. Senate, making them legally unenforceable on our nation.
Schaefer also said that other parameters “use imprecise or subjective terms that invite bias or data manipulation” noted that concerned that the immense data collection effort involved on a global scale — much of it unprecedented — “will consume significant resources and will likely outstrip the capacity of less developed countries.
“We have got what we have got,” Pullinger told Fox News — meaning, among other things, that the “technical task is to find a set of indicators that speak to the targets. We have to understand that there are a lot more things going on than just statistics.”
Pullinger agreed that “the data needs are vast” for the indicators, but added that “this is just the current case of a fact of life in the world of measurement. As scientists, we are working to understand the world better.”
Some targets “are more measurable than others,” Pullinger said, inferring that his team needed to continually refine the data-gathering process, choosing to specifically divide the indicators into three “tiers.”
The tiers were defined by whether the data required was “already widely available;” whether a method of determining the data existed but the data “are not easily available;” and where “an internationally agreed methodology has not yet been developed.”
Pulling said development on the first two tiers of data is planned for throughout the next full year, while 12 months from now the experts group is expected to “provide a work plan for further development of Tier III indicators” — and to fill in other “data gaps” as they arise.
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