Agenda 2030 is a very ambitious plan created by the United Nations to end poverty, among other things, by the year 2030. This plan is a continuation and expansion of the mostly unsuccessful UN Millennium Development Goals that began in 2000. You may have heard it called the Sustainable Development Goals, or SDGs.
In 2015, President Obama eagerly agreed to participate in the 2030 goals. He had already been actively leading America into a global development plan since 2010, which included billions of dollars for global healthcare and Dr. Fauci’s Ebola and Aids programs. Thanks to Obama’s help, Mapp, Regeneron and Merck made a lot of money off Ebola vaccines and antibodies, despite the very low risk of Ebola in the U.S.
According to the UN’s website, ALL nations have agreed to the plan. Just recently a collaboration with the World Economic Forum was announced.
The world is not on track to meet the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). But digital technology can help.
In fact, 70% of the 169 Global Goal targets can be directly supported by advanced technologies.
2030Vision is an alliance of businesses, governments, organizations, and experts dedicated to maximizing the impact of digital technology on the UN Sustainable Development Goals.https://initiatives.weforum.org/2030vision-network/about
They have actually been collaborated since 2019. In this speech, the secretary general of the UN pleads for cooperation from the world.
How much do you know about this plan? Have you heard the President or the Congress mention that we are all involved in a global plan that is being managed and monitored by the United Nations? Do you think the U.S. should participate in this plan? Have your children been learning about this plan in school? Is 2030 just an arbitrary date?