Eh, So What - Part 3
Goal 4 - Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all.
Although Chapter 36 of Agenda 21 is specific to education for all Chapter 25 covers educating youth on Sustainable Development (SD) and the same is dispersed throughout the remaining chapters. The primary focus of educating the populace on SD, drawing on technocratic "scientific evidence", is indoctrinating humans to believe human caused climate change demands a change in human behavior to save the earth. If not, we are doomed to earth's destruction and death. Other methods spreading SD indoctrination includes public awareness and training, including training programs for teachers.
Goal 4 strives to ensure every child, man, and woman has an education including a vocational and university education. In addition, early childhood development should be available to prepare children for primary education readiness. The focus of this education is to learn knowledge and skills of SD, sustainable lifestyles, gender equality, human rights, global citizenship, and cultural diversity, plus increasing the supply of qualified teachers.
The United Nations (UN) has been committed to education from the beginning. In fact the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) was created first. In his 1946 paper UNESCO: Its Purpose and its Philosophy, Julian Huxley wrote about his vision of utopia. Since then the UN has worked diligently to bring this to fruition. The reader is encouraged to read this document and think about just how much of his writings are currently in practice.
The UN created an initiative in 1990 called Education for All (EFA) with 6 goals to be met by 2015, basically education would be available to everyone with the UN monitoring it globally over the years.
The UN vision for Education for the 21st Century includes education playing a role in human, social and economic development, from pre-school to higher education, ensuring education on the knowledge and skills in SD, human rights, and gender equality. Working with governments and a wide range of partners UNESCO strives to make education systems more effective through policy change and fostering global citizenship. One of the first partners to join was Microsoft, with the goal of bringing in computer technology, and connecting teachers to the same information and knowledge.
UNESCO calls for more education in science, technology, and engineering which the U.S. Department of Education (DOE) promotes through STEM, but Common Core fails at this task. DOE even has a Mission to UNESCO agency. Beginning on page 32 of this UNESCO document, the intent is to reorient all education towards SD which the U.S. supports. SD is now taught in all curriculum, aka UN ideology. This indoctrination goal is supported by the DOE. Under the June, 2015 archives is the 6/20 post, Welcome to the United Nations of Idaho Education, which explains how SD has already been integrated into higher education.
Although the DOE claims their role in education is limited, by enticing states to adopt Common Core through funding, Common Core is the catalyst for implementing UN ideology as its creators and financiers all work with the UN. Multiple examples of Common Core lessons that indoctrinate on UN ideology are available on the internet.
The UN has now created a separate program for Education 2030 and the UNESCO Institute for Statistics will be monitoring the progress of implementation. Their Technical Advisory Group (TAG) came up with 43 "thematic" indicators to use for monitoring. Page 9 of their proposal shows one indicator for monitoring: Extent to which (i) global citizenship education;
and (ii) education for sustainable development (and student understanding of both) are mainstreamed in (a)national education policies; (b) curricula; (c) teacher education; and (d) student assessment (testing). On the bottom of page 12, 4.7 sums up the indoctrination on UN ideology. In the U.S. this goal has been essentially met, especially when we now have the U.S. Mission to UNESCO already integrating SD into our education system. Through Race to the Top (RTT) the U.S. is assisting with data gathering, with the goal of tracking children "...from preschool to high school and from high school to college and college to career.", creating assessments for the data gathering, and reforming teachers.
An example of the UN method of controlling education is explained in this booklet, pg 16. "The incorporation of human rights education in national legislation regulating education in schools" and "The revision of curricula and textbooks". As a UN business partner Pearson, one of the largest textbook publishers in the world, is Common Core aligned.
If there is any doubt children have been indoctrinated on SD, students in Washington sued the local government for not taking enough action on climate change. One of the more covert parts of Agenda 21 is promoting youth and elevating their involvement in "decision making" as outlined in Chapter 25. The intent is to diminish the parental role and elevate the state as their authority.
Education, the media, entertainment, and advertising have been powerful indoctrination tools for the UN. It has been made easier by partnering with the likes of CNN, Discovery, National Geographic, NBC (parent company GE),
Readers Digest, Yale, University of Chicago, MTV, and Disney just to name a few.
Education is a complex area as there are a multitude of details that cannot be explained given the length of this post. However, with indoctrinating children, viewing them as human capital while putting them on a pre-determined path for a career to meet the workforce needs of corporations, and desensitizing them to believe what type of world they should live in...well, that is the ultimate goal as outlined in Agenda 21 36.18. "Countries should strengthen or establish practical training programmes for graduates from vocational schools, high schools and universities, in all countries, to enable them to meet labour market requirements...". The National Governors Association, who brought you Common Core, explains it here.
Goal 5 - Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls.
Women and children have their own special Chapters in Agenda 21, 24 and 25, but advancing the role of women and children is spread throughout all chapters.
Goal 5 endeavors to end discrimination against women and children, value unpaid domestic work through public services, ensure access to reproductive health services, and promote gender equality. Where have you heard all of this before?
Rhetoric about equality for women is rampant in today's society, there is little doubt this originates from the UN which has its own UN Women website. Advocating "equality" for women, this includes such things as policy changes that support women and enable their participation in the economy, global trade and financial agreements which are conducive to the promotion of gender equality, support of women-owned businesses, ensuring minimum wage and equal pay for women, and of course tracking data on member state implementation. This is just more UN class warfare, separating out groups for special treatment. One must think about why the UN is making this effort so huge, why are they elevating women and children to a higher status?
The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) ensures that all women will have the right to birth control (mandated by Obamacare), sex education (provided by Common Core), and maternal care including for adolescents. This is why you are paying for women's contraception and other services, the federal government has inserted this goal into Obamacare, and why you will never see Planned Parenthood de-funded or shut down, as they are also a partner with the UN. More of your money supporting Agenda 2030.
The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child started the agenda to put children above the adult and commit their loyalty to the "state". In Goal 5 articles 13, 17, and 18 help explain this. The "state" will ensure the child's right to everything and will provide it.
Goal 6 - Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all.
Agenda 21 Chapter 18 is exclusively devoted to water, 19 to toxic chemicals, 20 to hazardous waste, 21 to sewage and waste, and 22 is on radioactive waste. The issue of water and sanitation is a complex mix of oceans, lakes, rivers, urban, agricultural and other water uses to name just a few. Toxic chemicals, hazardous waste, and radioactive waste are too broad for the purposes of this post so focus will be on water and sanitation. The bottom line is that the United Nations (UN) needs full control of all water sources.
Included in Goal 6 is equitable world access to water and sanitation, increasing the reuse of water, integrating water resource management, and expanding international cooperation. This section will focus on just the urban aspects of water management.
No human can survive without water, and the UN knows it. The EPA is tightly embedded with the UN as well as the US Army Corp of Engineers (USACE) and both are attempting to achieve the goal of water control for the UN through the revised Clean Water Act. Heck, even Hillary Clinton told the UN the world should cooperate on shared waters. The World Bank has their hands in it, "implementing integrated water resources management at all levels, including through transboundary cooperation as appropriate".
This USACE document, Sustainable Solutions, outlines their plan for Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) and water resources infrastructure on pages 18-20.
On page 3 of this USACE document, the USACE is implementing "sustainability plans". "We are making sustainability a part of all the decisions we make in designing, constructing and managing water
infrastructure." Here is the full report.
The EPA has developed its own water infrastructure sustainability policy. Also, as part of the UN program, International Water Quality Guidelines for Ecosystems (IWQGES), the EPA is offering your tax dollar to other countries to fix their water problems.
Right now there is an assault on Idaho irrigation water. The Idaho Department of Water Resources (IDWR) is attempting to charge Treasure Valley Water Users (TVWU) for discharged water even though not used. This is a direct violation of water rights for Idahoans who need water for irrigation. It would devastate Idaho agriculture, but, that is part of the UN plan. If small, private farmers and ranchers are denied access to water they will be put out of business, agri-business will take over, and the farmers will be forced to move to the city. More on this issue can be found at TVWU.
USACE has an Integrated Solid Waste Management (ISWM) program to reduce the waste stream, identify reuse or recycling opportunities, obtain solid waste services from municipal utility systems and the private sector, and reducing, reusing, and recycling solid waste among other activities. Now these goals just happen to align with the UN ISWM goals outlined under 2.1.
The EPA has a multitude of different aspects to waste management which can be found here. Their ISWM program includes waste prevention, recycling and composting, and combustion and disposal in properly designed, constructed, and managed landfills. These are the same as the UN goals.
The United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP) covers other types of municipal wastewater under their "Environmentally Sound Technologies" for "Guidance on Municipal Wastewater".
Because this is a complex issue that goes beyond what this post discusses, the easiest way to explain it is that UN guidelines on water and waste management are being implemented by the federal government. There is so much emphasis on infrastructure right now because the infrastructure needs to accommodate future human settlements for water control. More on that in Goal 9, 11, and 12. One more resource for UN control, and allocation. Think about that.
Eh, so what? A child should be educated on UN ideology via SD, a women deserves free reproductive services and elevation in status just based on her sex, and as long as water is provided all is good.
Goals 7-9 will be covered in the next post.