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UN Sustainable Development Goals – Determined to Stamp Out Free Will

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Want to live under one World Government? The United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals are a bold attempt at just that. They aim at achieving equality on a global level. They are noble goals: Zero hunger. Zero poverty. But they would also mean zero freedom too.

These goals are impossible to achieve in absolute terms. Why? Well, simply put, because of the unplannable variable of free will. Humans are what humans are. They are as different as they are many. The U.N. seems to know this. It is, therefore, determined to stamp out free will and capitalist tendencies wherever it can. For globalists, the answer is, “Well, if free will is the problem, let’s get rid of free will.”

Sustainable Development Goal # 4 calls for “inclusive and quality education for all.” There are those tell-tale words: “for all.” The U.N.’s Incheon Declaration is propels the global education “for all” paradigm. The document makes UNESCO and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OEDC) as the education czars of the world. It states “free and compulsory” education is a “right for all.”

The idea is people at all stages of life have the “right” to be compelled to receive globally directed education, even if they don’t want it, even if they fundamentally disagree with what is being taught. This includes the youngest among us. The U.N. has implemented the “Global Education Monitoring Report.” It promotes at least one year of “free and compulsory” non-parental education for all young children before they enter kindergarten. Starting state indoctrination early is most effective.

The report also supports implementing “compliance monitoring mechanisms.” They would apply for all preschools to ensure “equity” in what young children are taught. The Open Society Foundations are key funders of the Global Education Monitoring Report. They are the spawn of billionaire financier George Soros. The Open Society Foundations apparently have an intense interest in what the toddlers of the world are learning, when and from whom.

What is it the United Nations, the OEDC and the Open Society Foundations want all toddlers to be taught? The answer is: the goal is to provide them with a steady diet of “equality for all” rhetoric.

A 2018 document from the OEDC, “Future of Education and Skills: Education 2030” says: “Children entering school in 2018 … will need to value common prosperity, sustainability and well-being” above other concerns. Curricula should continue to evolve, perhaps in radical ways” to get children to value commonality more than individuality or individual rights.

The OEDC further says: “The skills, attitudes and values that shape human behavior should be re-thought, to counter the discriminatory behaviors picked up at school and in the family.” The aim is to undo parents’ teaching within the family and reeducate children into ideal “global citizens” who will prize equality for all.

The organization also cites transitioning the world to a “new economic model” as a top priority. The new economic model being sold to children as being better than stinky, old, inequitable capitalism is global collectivism or socialism, dressed in the holy language of “equality for all.”

Massive machinery is in place. It is pushing this capitalist-loathing education on the children. The intent is to convince the coming generation to reject the very system enabling the prosperity they witness in the world around them. Covid is providing the perfect opportunity to push global socialist objectives forward.

Biden and Harris seem eager to jump on the bandwagon. Here’s the situation: They want to tear down free-market capitalism. The intention is to be rid of all the prosperity and wealth. When that is done gone too are the staggering innovations, boundless hope, and endless possibilities that go with it.

Accepting that one was to do that, and let’s be clear, I for one do not accept that. Then it is impossible to “build back better.” In fact it is improbable building back could, let alone would happen, irrespective of the adjective “better”.  That’s true because nothing works better than freedom. That is what history teaches. Look at the results not the rhetoric.

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