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The 2030 Agenda: Sinister Plans for the Future of Humanity

What are the dark secrets and plans for the future of people according to the 2030 agenda? Are they real or just fears for our survival in a world that is experiencing bad days?

We all know that everyday life is getting weirder and weirder. We are constantly faced with events that make our lives difficult and thus we try to find solutions but also optimism for the future, for a better life. But in order to be able to shape a better future for everyone, we should know what it sounds like is being planned for humanity, whether it is true or not. To have an idea and gain critical thinking about the facts and the thoughts behind them.

The title agenda 2030 refers to a modern conspiracy theory that results from an agreement of the United Nations Organization that we will analyze below. So to draw a conclusion about whether such a theory is valid or not we will first see what it means, and then we will compare some of its basic elements with our everyday life today. How close is it and how different is it from the life we ​​already live?

What is the 2030 Agenda?

If one types the phrase "agenda 2030" they will first find the website of the United Nations Organization and the UN Regional Information Center.

Inside the page are the sustainable development goals which are 17 goals that will change our world for the better. There is also the statement of UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, which states: In 2015, world leaders unanimously approved the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The Sustainable Development Goals are the path that leads us to a fairer, more peaceful and prosperous world, and a healthy planet. It is also an invitation to solidarity between generations. So it is a plan to eliminate hunger, poverty, and at the same time improve our survival.

But for many, the 2030 agenda is not about the healthy and just future of humanity, but global enslavement and impoverishment. This is how the belief has spread that behind the 17 goals to realize the transition to a better life are hidden 17 dark secrets to completely enslave us by plunging us into poverty and the loss of freedom to do anything. What really matters? To answer this question we will look at some of the main goals and how they are interpreted and we will make the comparison to see if there is finally some truth in all this.

The goals that exist in the 2030 agenda

Objective 1) The end of poverty

The 2030 agenda talks about the goal of eliminating hunger completely. In fact, in the documents that you can also find on the UN website, it is stated that by 2030 there will be an elimination of extreme poverty for all people everywhere. The fear of this goal is the possibility that in the future people will live on benefits, vouchers and social rewards that will remain at very basic economic levels. In essence there is the fear of a single basic poverty allowance that will be received by all people, except those who own and trade the world's wealth.
In this practice, obedience and compliance with government decisions will be required in order for someone to be considered a beneficiary of any benefit. What is actually happening. The truth is that we are a long way from almost all of us living on just one allowance. However, we notice that since the pandemic, the response to the phenomenon of increasing accuracy is not the reduction of taxation but the benefit policy.
Crisis allowance, petrol voucher and many more examples. The practice is used as a small aid which is certainly something, but it is not what a person needs to freely dream of a better life for himself and his family.

Objective 2) End hunger

To eradicate hunger, the UN states that the goal is to end hunger and ensure access for all people, especially the poor and people in vulnerable situations, by 2030.

But the theory states that the real goal is the consolidation of genetically modified mechanisms and the prohibition of arbitrary cultivation. Although we are far from the total implementation of genetically modified foods and the cultivation ban, increasing prices and precision make many types of food inaccessible and turn them into luxuries for many of our fellow humans. Of course this prevails, hopefully temporarily due to the war events, but again we see that if something is happening, this is certainly the greater spread of hunger among people rather than its elimination.

Objective 3) access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all

The goal arising from the 2030 agenda here is By 2030 to ensure universal access to affordable, reliable and modern energy services.

In short, cheap and reliable energy for everyone, something that also resulted from the movement of countries to stop lignite and switch to natural gas. Greece for example, had the goal of shutting down factories by the 30th, but unfortunately this was accelerated for 2023, with disastrous economic consequences for people's pockets, which now and after the energy crisis and the events between Russia and Ukraine have grown.

Those who believe that the agenda does not want our good but the opposite believes that the real goal is to punish coal, oil and natural gas and thus turn it from a social good into a type of luxury that many will not have access to. We do not need to point out that not only is energy not accessible to all of us, but especially here in Greece it is a headache and a knife in the pocket of all of us.

Objective 4) availability and management of water for all.

The goal of the water agenda is to achieve universal and equal access to safe and affordable drinking water for all by 2030. Access to drinking water is a social good and is accessible to almost all developed countries, with the unfortunate exception of African continent.
The skeptics say that this goal indicates that eventually, like energy, water will also come under the control of powerful companies that will make it an expensive luxury for the few and elite. For the time being something like this has not been established and let's hope that the goal will indeed be free access to water for everyone and not its full exploitation.

You understand that the contents of this episode are only a small part of the total of 17 goals presented in the 2030 agenda and if we presented them all the video would be huge. Even from these basic goals, however, we can understand both sides and wonder if something will ultimately prevail for the good of humanity, or if the agenda is the grand scheme of enslaving all but the elite.

The fact is, however, that 1% of the world's population owns 99% of the world's wealth. So it is easy to assume that if something is designed for us, it might not benefit us, but someone else. Only by knowing the information will we be able to shape a better future for humans, without waiting for saviours and benefactors who have been stepping on our backs for years and feasting while we suffer.

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