Agenda 21 / 2030 - UN (World Government) Stealth

The UN manifesto, entitled Transforming Our World:

the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

17 “Post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals” (SDGs) with 169 specific “targets”

(Agenda 2030, introduced in 2015 as the counterpart of Agenda 21)

In so many words, the United Nations seeks to co-opt, via individual governments, and eventually, a “one-world government,” privately held land under the auspices of ensuring its “sustainability.” Worse still, the UN’s Agenda 21 has even laid out plans for “depopulation” or rather, “population control.” If it sounds like something out of George Orwell’s 1984, that is because Agenda 21’s tenets are eerily in line with the demented alternate reality Orwell himself had imagined while scribing the pages of his famed novel.

Agenda 21 - local level : Agenda 2030 - nation state level

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Exposė Article and Video

Article from 'Canada Free Press

"Sustainable Development"--The New Code-Word for Stealth Marxism  by Kelly O'Connell

Video from You Tube

Agenda 21 Explained - full version.  John Anthony, December, 2011.

A Breakdown of All 17 Points of Agenda 2030 [including Agenda 21]                            



1968 Sweden first suggested to ECOSOC  the idea of having a UN conference to focus on human interactions with the environment. ECOSOC passed resolution 1346 supporting the idea. General Assembly Resolution 2398 in 1969 decided to convene a conference in 1972 and mandated a set of reports from the UN secretary-general suggesting that the conference focus on "stimulating and providing guidelines for action by national government and international organizations" facing environmental issues.[3]


1971  According to the site for ANPED, the Northern Alliance for Sustainability, there were a number of International Environmental Agreements (IEA’s) which came before Agenda 21. Of the 1131 listed Agreements and Modifications, ANPED singles out a handful as significant before Agenda 21, starting with the 1971 Ramsar Convention on Wetlands (Convention on Wetlands of International Importance, especially as Waterfowl Habitat). Another site, Texans Against Agenda 21, also states that the seed agreement for Agenda 21 was Ramsar:


1972: United Nations Conference on the Human Environment in Stockholm/Sweden with 113 participating countries. The resulting declaration  ("Action Plan  for the Human Environment B.5. Development and Environment") became the basis of the Rio Declaration on Environment and Development twenty years on.


1976. The Vancouver Declaration on Human Settlements (Habitat I)  Alarmed by rapid and uncontrolled urban growth, particularly in the developing world, the UN General Assembly called for the First United Nations Conference on Human Settlements (Habitat I) addressing the challenges and future of human settlements.


1987: Release of the so-called Brundtland Report ("Report of the World Commission on Environment and Development: Our Common Future"), stating in essence that the development of the world economy must keep within the ecological constraints of our planet. People must change their behaviour and way of life, if unacceptable suffering and ecological damage are to be avoided in the future, enabling us to meet "the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs." (Brundtland Report 1987)

1989 Preparations of a future UN Conference on Environment and Development to decide on the ways and means of a sustainable development. Experts from all over the world negotiated the road to Rio. Several thousand people from non-governmental organizations (NGOs), the private sector, educationalists, feminist groups, indigenous people etc contributed greatly to the result of the  Earth Summit in Rio in 1992.


Video from You Tube

Agenda 21 Explained - full version.  John Anthony, December, 2011.


Leading Proponents for Global Socialism - 

Gro Harlem Brundtland and Maurice Frederick Strong

Our Common Future, also known as the Brundtland Report, from the United Nations World Commission on Environment and Development (WCED) was published in 1987.

Gro Harlem Brundtland - 

Deputy chair of The Elders and a former Vice-President of the Socialist International etc.


Maurice Frederick Strong - 

In the early 1970s he was Secretary General of the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment and then became the first executive director of the United Nations Environment Programme etc.



Agenda 21
UNCED, 1992

 In conjunction with Agenda 2030 - September 2015


Comprehensive Manifesto



The 17 Goals of Agenda 2030


1.   Poverty

Exposé Articles


2.   Hunger and Food Security

Exposé Articles

Monsanto further unveils its true evil nature by signing on to UN Agenda 21 'sustainability' scam.


3 .  Health

Exposé Articles

NCF Dr Rima Laibow Codex Alimentarius and the Nazi Agenda 21 depopulation plan.

Monsanto Atrocities ― Videos    Dr. Mercola website


 4.   Education

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5.   Gender Equality and Womens' Empowerment

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6.  Water and Sanitation

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7.  Energy

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Dr. Michael Coffman, The Birth of World Government 1/2, Energy, etc                     


8.  Economic Growth

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9.  Infrastructure, Industrialization

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 10.  Inequality  

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11.  Cities

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Agenda 21, The Movie: The Mega Cities are Coming 

Agenda 21: Modern Day Death Camps. Rosa Koire on InfoWars



12.  Sustainable Consumption and Production

Exposé Articles   John Perkins 



13.  Climate Change

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14.  Oceans

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15.  Biodiversity, Forests, Desertification

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16.  Peace, Justice, and Strong Institutions

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UN Watch - article with video


17.  Partnerships

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