The Untold Story
COMPARING THE UN GOALS TO COMMUNISM
UN Agenda 2030 has been called a “Marxist-Leninist recipe for total global tyranny.” The UN’s new Agenda is suffused with communist ideas and parlance, starting with redistribution. This is the hallmark of communism and you will find it in Goal 10: “Reduce inequality within and among countries.” The thinking behind this is on display in the Zero draft which talks of “shared prosperity”, as well as in the final draft which reads: “We will seek to build strong economic foundations for all our countries. Sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth is essential for prosperity. This will only be possible if wealth is shared through progressive policies aimed at redistribution.” This is communism staring you in the face. Karl Marx put communism in a nutshell when he said, “From each according to his ability, to each according to his needs.”
They could have said ‘let’s work together to make the world a more prosperous place,’ but they didn’t. They deliberately chose redistribution, which will have consequences. For starters, redistribution by its very terms means making some people poorer and bringing the power of government down on people’s heads to make it happen.
Goal 3 is “Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages.” This includes achieving universal health coverage through government programs, bringing UN Agenda 2030 squarely in line with communist goals.
Goal 4 is “Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all. “ The intention is to “ensure that all girls and boys complete free, equitable and quality primary and secondary education leading to relevant and effective learning outcomes.” This mirrors plank 10 of the Communist Manifesto which calls for, among other things, free education for all children in public schools and combining education with industrial production.
UN Agenda 2030 thus reads like the Soviet constitution which ‘guaranteed’ the right to a job, free healthcare, universal compulsory elementary education, free higher education, and other utopian dreams. The Soviet constitution also ‘guaranteed’ free speech rights and freedom of the press. The whole exercise and all these guarantees collapsed in a short 75 years when the Soviet Union ceased to exist in 1991. Such goals were not ‘sustainable’ then, nor are they now.
In addition to the Goals themselves, there is corroborating evidence supporting the conclusion that the UN’s new sustainable development agenda is essentially communist in its aims and methods. Communist China, which has operatives at the top of several UN agencies, played a crucial role in the formation of UN Agenda 2030. For years, the Chinese dictatorship has been pushing global wealth redistribution, a global currency, and a New World Order led by – you guessed it – the Chinese. UN Agenda 2030 includes important proposals by China, which was a key player in whipping UN members to vote for the agenda. Finally, note that Bulgarian Communist Party operative and current UNESCO boss Irina Bokova is the putative “frontrunner” to become the next secretary-general of the UN. With drafters and boosters like these, it’s no wonder that UN Agenda 2030 bears such a strong resemblance to communist strategy documents.
Another booster has lauded the Agenda on the grounds that we are all “global citizens”. This booster alludes to “supranational courts” to address violations of the agenda and the UN holding national governments to account for progress towards the goals. Javier Solana wrote: “With a sustained commitment from all countries, developed and developing alike, the world can ensure that it celebrates another great leap forward in 2030.” Mao Zedong, call your office. We have seen how the Agenda is saturated with communist ideas and talking points. Thus, it’s no accident that a notorious episode in Chinese communist rule – the Great Leap Forward which killed 30-45 million people through engineered famine – should show up in the rhetoric of UN Agenda 2030’s boosters.
In conclusion, The Truth notes the disparity between the lofty rhetoric of UN Agenda 2030 and the ugly track record of the UN in the real world. The UN hides its true aims, just like communists. We see this in Agenda 21, where covert efforts are made to supplant elected local governments with unelected regional boards accountable to the UN, not local citizens. We also see it in the secretive refugee resettlement program in the U.S., whereby the national, state, and local governments are basically taking their instructions from the UN on, among other things, how many Muslims to ‘seed’ U.S. communities with. The UN is exhibiting signs of fascism (state coercion), just like communism. This is the UN that wants the power to tax ordinary people worldwide on top of what they are already paying to their own governments. This is the UN that wants to impose speech codes making the criticism of a particular religion a crime. It’s also the same UN that wouldn’t withdraw its troops from Burundi even after that nation’s government demanded it. But perhaps the disparity between the UN’s lofty rhetoric and the ugly reality the UN leaves in its wake is clearest in the ongoing child sex abuse scandal arising from the rape and other sexual offenses committed against children by UN ‘peacekeeping’ troops in Africa. Given the UN’s communist-like deviousness, budding fascism, and complete disregard for innocent life, the slogans of UN Agenda 2030 – the “People’s Agenda” that will ‘leave nobody behind’ – take on a completely different and chilling new meaning: ‘We are taking over. You will be controlled. You will learn to love the UN. Or else.’ Please, spare us a worldwide ‘People’s Republic’ when the track record of such ‘republics’ is the mass murder of anyone who refuses to get with the program.
- Sources: United Nations, Zero draft of the outcome document, Final draft of the outcome document, for the Post-2015 Development Agenda), Bucknell, Lepanto Institute, The New American, Project Syndicate, Bear Witness.