This article by George Russell describes the amount of money the United Nations spends to promote their global agenda.
In another article he explains the UN's agenda to use corporatism to infuse it's objectives into the world, and how the UN is unable to monitor its current waste of money.
"The campaign is also a major step forward in a burgeoning U.N. strategy of becoming a global social-services middleman--harnessing its bureaucratic and inefficient blue-and-white brand to grass-roots networks of local businesses, governments, charities and other non-governmental organizations around the globe, and embedding the world organization, its goals and objectives more deeply into the international social and economic fabric."
"...the new Partnership Facility “ is designed to enhance the capacity of the United Nations to engage in partnerships to help the Organization deliver on its goals and mandates.”
"The SDGs are likely to aim at even more dramatic measures of global income distribution to eradicate “extreme” poverty, provide energy access, water and food to the world’s poorest people, and meet other U.N.-defined social development goals." ..."and social restructuring over the next decades."
"...it is a method to harness the global private sector—and its money-- to the U.N.’s vision and goals."
“...to forge more just, peaceful, tolerant and inclusive societies;”
The United States needs to leave the United Nations. These are the hallmark's of Agenda 21.