Let’s continue here in the on-going series of posts discussing the United Nations Agenda 2030. The following has been taken from the McAlvany Intelligence Advisor October 2015 issue. The stated goals and the hidden reality of Agenda 2030.
STATED GOAL #4: Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all.
HIDDEN REALITY: 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.
STATED GOAL #5: Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls.
HIDDEN REALITY: 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.
STATED GOAL #6: Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all.
HIDDEN REALITY: Allow powerful corporations to seize control of the world’s water supplies and charge monopoly prices to “build a new water delivery infrastructure” that “ensures availability.”
STATED GOAL #7: Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable, and modern energy for all.
HIDDEN REALITY: 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.)
To be continued…