Video=> U.N. Mocks U.S. By Making “We The People” Video In Support Of New Socialist Global Goals


The term “We the People”, taken from the preamble of the United States Constitution, is universally recognized as a symbol of liberty and freedom. That is unless you hate those American ideals, then you may use the phase to mockingly promote something counter to individual liberty, like… Socialism.

Last Friday, all member states of the United Nations, including the United States, officially adopted the new U.N. Sustainable Development goals. These new “global goals”, which were hailed by President Obama as “one of the smartest investments we can make for our own future”, were created under the guise of destroying world poverty and to fight Climate Change, but in reality these global goals include the Socialist/Marxist collective ideology of universal healthcare, universal employment, universal education, and wealth redistribution. If that isn’t bad enough, all of these global goals must be completed by 2030.

As apart of a propaganda campaign, the U.N. has released a video mockingly named, “We the People For The Global Goals”.  The star studded production features several Progressive elites such as: Aamir Khan, Ai WeiWei, A R Rahman, Ashton Kutcher, Bill and Melinda Gates, Cate Blanchett, Charlize Theron, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Chris Martin, Colin Firth, Daniel Craig, Djimon Hounsou, G.E.M., Gilberto Gil, Jennifer Lawrence, Jennifer Lopez, John Legend, Kate Winslet, Matt Damon, and Meryel Streep, just to name a few. All them teamed up with the U.N. in making this video in an effort to garner support for the new Socialist global goals.

In the beginning of the video several Progressive elites point out that these new global goals are for everyone, literally. No one will be left behind. I assume, if you like it or not:

“We can be. We must be. The first generation to end extreme poverty. The generation most determined to fight injustice and inequality. The generation that saves the planet from Climate Change. And this is how it will get done. The global goals. A 15 year plan for everyone, everywhere, with no one left behind.” 

After the mandatory collectivist statement has been made clear, the video continues with a glossing over, yet terrifying description of the 17 Socialist global Sustainable Development goals (you can read a more specific explanation of the goals here). The first two goals obviously refer to wealth redistribution (numbers added for reference):

(1) We will live in a world where nobody anywhere lives in extreme poverty.

(2) We will live in a world where no one goes hungry, no one wakes in the morning, asking if there will be food today.”

Goals 3 and 4 clearly cover universal healthcare and universal education:

(3) We will live in a world where no child has to die from disease we know how to cure and where proper healthcare is a lifelong right for us all.

(4) We will live in a world where everyone goes to school and education gives us the knowledge and skills for a fulfilling life.”

Goal 5 refers to equal rights for women and Goal 6 promises clean drinking water for everyone (can you say Obama’s water grab with the new EPA clean water rule?), while Goal 7 demands Sustainable energy for everyone (Smart Grid). But Goals 8 and 9 clearly refer to more wealth redistribution, universal employment, and possibly the abolition of private property:

(8) We will live in a world where economies prosper and new wealth leads to decent jobs for everyone.

(9) And we will live in a world where our industries, our infrastructure and our best innovations are not just used to make money- but used to make all our lives better.”

Goal 10 describes a world where prejudices and inequality no longer exist in countries and between countries (good luck with that), but Goal 11 stopped me in my tracks. Goal 11 actually stipulates that within the next 15 years all cities and communities will be safe, and (wait for it) Progressive. When a Socialist agenda, which in and of itself is Progressive by nature, specifically states a city or community must be Progressive, it sends a cold chill down my spine. What exactly that refers to is not clear, and most likely that vagueness is by design:

(11) We will live in a world where people live in cities and communities that are safe, Progressive, and support everyone who lives in them.

Goals 12 through 16 discuss more sustainability, fighting Climate Change, protecting the oceans, the forests, animals, the earth itself (?), and covers world peace and “open governments” (again ?). But Goal 17, in an effort for continuity, once again mentions that these goals are for everyone, everywhere and we must work together to make them happen. The video then ends with a speech and the encouraging words “Let’s get to work. Let’s make it happen”.

Ironically the specific phrase “We the People” is not clearly stated anywhere in the video except in the beginning title. Which, based upon the obvious anti-liberty essence of the U.N. global goals, suggests it was used in an attempt to give the goals a “freedom” feel and to dupe the historically disabled into feeling good about supporting the new Socialist global agenda. It’s a masterstroke of political warfare. Mockingly utilizing words which denote one set of ideals, in order to disguise an agenda based upon ideals which are on the polar opposite of the political spectrum, is a tactic that would have made National Socialist Joseph Goebbels proud.

But if the United Nations was honest they would change the title from, “We the People” to one which would more accurately describe their motives such as:

“From each according to his ability, to each according to his need.”

-Karl Marx

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