Eh, So What - Part 5
Goal 10 - Reduce inequality within and among countries.
Agenda 21 Chapter 39 discusses the need for all countries to be equal and the responsibility of wealthy countries, referred to as North, to share their wealth with poor countries, referred to as South. Chapter 23 extends the class warfare to individuals by mandating that all "social groups" be involved in Sustainable Development (SD) implementation. Indigenous humans are given their own special recognition in Chapter 26, again extending the class warfare. But that is noteworthy as they are being used as a pawn to advance Agenda 21, just as women, children, and other groups. Case in point is Wyoming, abolishing property rights of Americans. In the eyes of the United Nations (UN) it is time United States wealth and power is leveled with other countries and is obligated to share with the rest of the world.
Goal 10 reinforces Chapter 39. Methods to reduce inequality, in the United Nations (UN) eyes, include "international legal instruments" such as treaties, laws, and other agreements. In the law link there are numerous references to the UN in each year.
The other ominous goal is to "facilitate orderly, safe, regular, and responsible migration and mobility of people...through planned...migration policies". You will never see any effort by the United States to stop, slow, ban or otherwise interfere with foreigners coming into America and your tax dollar paying for them. There are two videos to watch that show the direction we are being taken. The first has General David Petraeus on a panel discussing the need for a North America, and the second with Carlos Gutierrez, former U.S. Secretary of Commerce, on migration for human capital.
Migration is a very determined goal of the UN, no borders, people free to move about, live, attend school, and work where ever they want, especially in the United States. For the UN, this eliminates inequality.
Goal 11 - Make cities and human settlements, inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable.
Chapters 7 and 10 in Agenda 21 cover human settlements, or cities. Human settlements are designed to eliminate car use, utilize high rise small apartments to accommodate dense populations, distribute resources (water, electricity, etc) equally and fair, prohibit growth with open space boundaries, provide all employment, represent diversity, and eliminate any semblance of inequality. Chapter 10 is specific to land use and management planning. It also covers developing regional polices. Under the Human Settlement category there is a 5/2/15 post titled Emmett Idaho under siege same as Kootenai County. This post details how comprehensive planning is being used to abolish property rights as outlined in Chapter 10.
Goal 11 just continues to validate Chapter 7. There is also continued focus on preparedness for climate change disasters to come, strengthening regional development, increasing the number of human settlements, and giving money to poor countries to do the same. This goal has been executed for some time. Remember, with all of these infrastructure changes they will also have the ability to control resource allotment to each human. HUD is using your tax dollar to get cities to comply through their "Sustainable Communities" grants. There's that regional word again.
There was recent uproar about the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) forcing "fair housing" onto cities. This has actually been in the works for years. Your local Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) has been surveying poor and minority distribution in your city and reporting to HUD, which in turn reports to the UN. This is necessary for human settlement development and meeting UN mandates.
There is no better way in which to explain this goal than to read Welcome to the United Nations of Idaho Cities post in the June 2015 archives, dated 6/14.
But now we also have the integration of U.S. cities with foreign cities through the Strong Cities Network to "prevent violent extremism across cities on an international basis, through both regional workshops and international conferences." What better way to meet repeated Agenda 21 and 2030 goals, making us one world by "facilitating information sharing, mutual learning and creation of new and innovative local practices". Isn't it interesting the U.S. Attorney General announced this to the UN, but the UN supposedly isn't moving efforts forward to make us one world?
Goal 12 - Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns.
Chapter 4 in Agenda 21 covers changing consumption patterns, again pointing out how "richer" countries consume more than "poorer". So that means rich countries should consume less, and poor countries should be given more which will somehow help save the planet. Renewable energy, minimizing waste, and guiding your purchase decisions are addressed.
Goal 12 adds encouragement for humans to develop "lifestyles in harmony with nature" and "restructuring taxation...to reflect ...environmental impacts". Take special and cautionary note on that last one. This relates to transitioning the world economy by decoupling it from a monetary to a resource based economy, which is technocracy. The Future We Want according to the UN. One very serious note about this should be considered. A resource based economy is fixed, there is no ability to advance, and the decision on what is allocated can change at any moment requiring the recipient to adjust. The freedom of choice is forever taken.
Very simply put, decoupling means that instead of earning money to spend, a human will be given an allotted amount of credits that can be used for purchasing goods and services. Each product or service will be assigned a specific number of credits determined by its environmental impact. The higher the impact, the higher number of credits it is assigned. The more credits you use to purchase the higher credit items, the sooner you run out of credits. This sounds totally insane, doesn't it? Starting on page 1 of this UN document, decoupling is explained. This decoupling is a form of technocracy and the basis for a technocratic society. The tiresome verbiage we hear all the time with "best practice" and "evidence based" standards are clues that technocracy is occurring.
Patrick Wood has conducted exhaustive research on technocracy. He has several videos that are well worth watching and will help in understanding how the UN is using technocracy to take control of the world.
Now, if you don't believe the U.S. would ever move to this idea listen to this video of John Kerry talking about it (lower right side). He uses the terminology of carbon economy but it is the same as resource based, the economy based on carbon use. For the United Nations Environmental Programme (sic) it is called the Green Economy.
Eh, so what? It is right to lower standards in America and work hard for other countries. It is also very reasonable to live in a 900 square foot high rise apartment with 10 million other people with no choice about who resides next door. Whatever resources are used should be distributed fairly and equally by a non-representative organization rather than by the United States known as a Republic.
Goals 13-15 will be covered in the next post.