The United Nation’s Commission on Global Governance, established in 1992, was a main part of the foundation for the world government we are now seeing openly implemented today. The frame work of it all, Agenda 21, refers to a global framework for the 21st century. Agenda 21 was also established in 1992 and is the local, national, and global level action plan implemented world wide.
Also in 1992 came two monumental conventions, the Convention on Biological Diversity that introduced federalization of land and abolishment of private property as well as agendas to create urban communities and the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change that was the foundation of what we know today as man made global warming. The protocols surrounding Agenda 21 and climate change effect every aspect of life including family life, education, world taxation, privacy, population, security, finance, food consumption, technology, employment, immigration, terrorism, transportation, and energy.
In 2015 world leaders gathered in New York to adopt the 2030 Agenda, aiming to rapidly transform the world and further global governance. The blueprint for so-called “sustainable development” has been part of the agenda for decades and every country will further implement the changes.
The Goals and targets will “stimulate action over the next fifteen years” with 169 associated targets which are integrated and indivisible. The 2030 Agenda claims fundamental changes in the way that our societies produce and consume goods and services and also include Urban Development plans pushing more federalization of land and government land grabs. With a lack of ending wars, immigration is one of many keys to the transformation and the end of boarders and other fundamental rights of sovereign countries and the people with in them. Climate related changes alone are said to be a 100 trillion dollar business for the global corporate state.