Under the guise of sustainability and democracy, the United Nations seeks to destroy national sovereignty and stability by constructing global megacities. In October 2016 the United Nations adopted what is called Habitat III The New Urban Agenda, and it is the third phase in their plan to bring about global megacities.
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Just recently Freedom Fighter Times uncovered the true planning behind connectography and the agenda to bring about the high-speed FEMA railways which will inevitably be a key piece of infrastructure for the New World Order’s plan for America. However, what the United Nations has just adopted into their agenda builds on that same ideology.
Thereby declaring their agenda’s the same. They plan to restructure the world into that of a Global Governance through the means of rebuilding and building “new” infrastructure. Which entails the construction of megacities, high-speed railways and so on.
According to the UN Chief: “To transform our world, we must transform its cities,” which means that the largest assault under Sustainable Development will be the re-urbanization of cities far and wide. Reurbanization is a plan to build cities in and up, rather than build out.
Reurbanization refers to the movement of people back into an area that has been previously abandoned. Reurbanization is usually a government’s initiative to counter the problem of inner city decline otherwise known as gentrification. Inner-city decline usually occurs when problems such as pollution, overpopulation, inadequate housing, etc. arise.
Under the guise of creating sustainable cities, the United Nations is engaged in reorganizing cities, so the population practically sits on top of each other while the land that surrounds is left uninhabited and for government rule.
UN Chief Ban Ki-Moon stated the following at the World Cities Day which takes place each year on October 31st.
Cities are increasingly the home of humanity. They are central to climate action, global prosperity, peace and human rights. More than half of all people live in cities and human settlements, and that proportion is projected to grow to two-thirds by 2050.
To transform our world, we must transform its cities.
Crime, pollution and poverty are taking their toll on hundreds of millions of city-dwellers. At the same time, urban areas are hubs of energy, innovation and economic dynamism. By investing in cities, we can advance progress across societies.
Momentum is building. The recently concluded Habitat III Conference adopted the New Urban Agenda, a vision for cities that are just, safe, accessible, affordable, resilient and sustainable. This marked a milestone in setting global standards for sustainable urban development, sparking new thinking on how we plan, manage and live in cities.
Together with the other new global frameworks and Agendas – the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, the Agenda for Humanity, the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction and the Addis Ababa Action Agenda – this New Urban Agenda will put sustainable urbanization at the centre of our efforts to eliminate poverty and achieve development and prosperity for all. It can also complement the Paris Agreement on climate change.
Local action is essential to realizing the potential of these global agreements. On World Cities Day, let us renew our resolve to confront urban problems and forge lasting solutions. Together, we can show how success in cities inspires change across the world.
Building connected megacities is a massive part of their Sustainable 2030 Agenda and will effect each and every one of us because mankind will be forced to relocate into cities.
The New Urban Agenda, according to the UN chief, “will put sustainable urbanization at the center of our efforts to eliminate poverty and achieve development and prosperity for all.”
According to the Draft Outcome document for the New Urban Agenda, the United Nations plans to change how cities all across the world, including America, are planned, designed, financed, developed, governed, and managed. Meaning that the United Nations is rapidly beginning to play a role in local governments.
Section Five reads of their agenda reads:
By readdressing the way cities and human settlements are planned, designed, financed, developed, governed, and managed, the New Urban Agenda will help to end poverty and hunger in all its forms and dimensions, reduce inequalities, promote sustained, inclusive, and sustainable economic growth, achieve gender equality and the empowerment of all women and girls, in order to fully harness their vital contribution to sustainable development, improve human health and well-being, as well as foster resilience and protect the environment.
Full Habitat III The New Urban Draft Agenda By The United Nations available here.
By implementing said agenda, the United Nations is working towards a “paradigm” shift for urban centers across all sections of governance.
We commit to work towards an urban paradigm shift for a New Urban Agenda that will:
- (a) readdress the way we plan, finance, develop, govern, and manage cities and human settlements, recognizing sustainable urban and territorial development as essential to the achievement of sustainable development and prosperity for all;
- (b) recognize the leading role of national governments, as appropriate, in the definition and implementation of inclusive and effective urban policies and legislation for sustainable urban development, and the equally important contributions of sub-national and local governments, as well as civil society and other relevant stakeholders, in a transparent and accountable manner;
- (c) adopt sustainable, people-centered, age- and gender-responsive and integrated approaches to urban and territorial development by implementing policies, strategies, capacity development, and actions at all levels, based on fundamental drivers of change including:
—-i. developing and implementing urban policies at the appropriate level including within local-national and multi-stakeholder partnerships, building integrated systems of cities and human settlements, promoting cooperation among all levels of government to enable them to achieve sustainable integrated urban development;
—-ii. strengthening urban governance, with sound institutions and mechanisms that empower and include urban stakeholders, as well as appropriate checks and balances, providing predictability and coherence in the urban development plans to enable social inclusion, sustained, inclusive, and sustainable economic growth and environmental protection;
—-iii. reinvigorating long-term and integrated urban and territorial planning and design in
order to optimize the spatial dimension of the urban form and to deliver the positive
outcomes of urbanization;
—-iv. supporting effective, innovative, and sustainable financing frameworks and instruments,
enabling strengthened municipal finance and local fiscal systems in order to create, sustain, and share the value generated by sustainable urban development in an inclusive manner.
In a massive move for control the United Nations will now implement itself into all sections of governance within America and other countries abroad; even at the tribunal and local levels. Throughout the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals, Agenda 2030, the United Nations has sought control of critical sections of life, from agriculture to infrastructure; and upon the implementation of their agenda the nations of the world will gradually hand over their sovereignty to global governance.
UN News. ““To transform our world, we must transform its cities” says UN chief on World Cities Day.” UN News Center. . (2016): . . http://bit.ly/2fA0Qol