Agenda 2030 about advancing the New World Order

Depopulation is an important part of the agenda.

Agenda 2030 about advancing the New World Order

Agenda 2030? Be careful what you ask for!

Glenn Miles says our government has committed to the United Nations’ Agenda 2030 of which the first goal was to “end poverty in all its forms everywhere” and asks “Where are the accountable, bold and comprehensive strategies that will get us there?” But is “there” really where we want to “get?”

Agenda 2030 is the blueprint for herding the “sheeple” in this last leg of the journey towards the “New World Order.” But don’t worry, because the UN document says, “We commit ourselves to working tirelessly for the full implementation of this Agenda by 2030.”

Once again, the “Hegelian Dialectic” is being used. If our psychopathic controllers told us they were preparing a world where we will be slaves with no possessions or freedoms and even reproduction will be controlled by the state, would we accept that? Of course not! So they use sugarcoated “doublespeak” to make us believe that Agenda 2030 is for our benefit instead of theirs.

Right now, it might appear that nothing is happening but that is all part of the dialectic. “They” are allowing the old system to deteriorate and fall into chaos and waiting for people like Glenn Miles to get fed up and beg them to do something about it. But we should be very careful what we ask for because The New World Order will be more than happy to oblige.

Unfortunately for us normal folks, a few thousand psychopaths cannot possibly control seven billion people, so depopulation is an important part of the agenda. According to their own Georgia Guidestones, the ideal (controllable) population is about 500 million, so a lot of us need to “leave” the planet before they can have things their way! Maybe Glenn Miles would like to be the first to step forward and give up his life so that these demonically possessed sickos can play god and “sustain” their rule over a subservient working class?

Ending poverty and hunger? The powerful and greedy bullies who created Agenda 2030 are hoarding vast unimaginable amounts of wealth and could easily solve world poverty (if they wanted to) and still have plenty left over!

David Work

Lake Cowichan

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