***As you read through the following subsidiary organizations of the UN really take notice of the constant mention of “sustainable development goals.”

  •  These are 17 current “global goals” that the UN has decided must be undertaken before 2030.
  • The goals are from Agenda 2030 which was written and adopted in 2015.
  •  Prior to Agenda 2030 the goals were “Agenda 2021” or Agenda 21, which has been replaced by Agenda 2030.

Relevant Documents:

  • “Our Global Neighborhood” [1995]
  • “Agenda 21”
  • “Agenda 2030”

THE UN and Global Culture:

In order to accomplish the goals in Agenda 2030 Sustainable Development Goals, the United Nations has been slowly reaching into all aspects of cultural control. With the various arms they have been successful in implementing multiple alphabet soup treaties that grab power from the local regulations all the way up to federal powers.

Arms of the UN:

  1. UNODA- the United Nations Office of Disarmament Affairs:

**I would urge readers  to  really examine the title of this office. The word Disarmament should jostle a red flag.

  • UNODA was created on January 1, 1998
  • UNODA is responsible for creating the “Programme of Action of Small Arms and Light Weapons”
  • The Programme of Action has created multiple legally binding treaties on arms. One of which is the “ UN Small Arms Treaty
  • The US is currently not choosing to operate under the Small Arms Treaty

 UNODA mission statement from the website states:

The Office for Disarmament Affairs supports multilateral efforts aimed at achieving the ultimate goal of general and complete disarmament under strict and effective international control. The mandate for the programme is derived from the priorities established in relevant General Assembly resolutions and decisions in the field of disarmament, including the Final Document of the Tenth Special Session of the General Assembly, the first special session devoted to disarmament (resolution S-10/2). Weapons of mass destruction, in particular nuclear weapons, continue to be of primary concern owing to their destructive power and the threat that they pose to humanity. The Office also works to address the humanitarian impact of major conventional weapons and emerging weapon technologies, such as autonomous weapons, as these issues have received increased attention from the international community.

  • Please note on the website as well as throughout their documents they continue to articulate how much they intend to include women in their policy design. This is intentional, because when one reads the recommended documents the UN specifically states they know that women are more likely to restrict guns[ the UN pushes “female involvement” not to uplift women, but because they know women can be manipulated by their emotions]

Again, these are their words….”ultimate  goal of general and complete disarmament”….Not sure what more needs to be said

Relevant Documents:

  • UN Guide to Disarmament
  • UN Small Arms Treaty
  • Arm Trade Treaty
  • Un illicit trade arms report 2001
  • UN Legislative Guide Firearms  Protocol
  • UNESCO: – United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization-
  • UNESCO was created in 1945
  • UNESCO holds multiple goals, and is responsible for many global treaties regarding topics such as “global citizenship” and “global education for all” as well as “riding the world of global racism”

UNESCO Statement from the website states:

UNESCO is the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. It seeks to build peace through international cooperation in Education, the Sciences and Culture. UNESCO’s programmescontribute to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals defined in Agenda 2030, adopted by the UN General Assembly in 2015.

Political and economic arrangements of governments are not enough to secure the lasting and sincere support of the peoples. Peace must be founded upon dialogue and mutual understanding. Peace must be built upon the intellectual and moral solidarity of humanity.

In this spirit, UNESCO develops educational tools to help people live as global citizens free of hate and intolerance. UNESCO works so that each child and citizen has access to quality education. By promoting cultural heritage and the equal dignity of all cultures, UNESCO strengthens bonds among nations. UNESCO fosters scientific programmes and policies as platforms for development and cooperation. UNESCO stands up for freedom of expression, as a fundamental right and a key condition for democracy and development. Serving as a laboratory of ideas, UNESCO helps countries adopt international standards and manages programmes that foster the free flow of ideas and knowledge sharing.

UNESCO’s founding vision was born in response to a world war that was marked by racist and anti-Semitic violence. Seventy years on and many liberation struggles later, UNESCO’s mandate is as relevant as ever. Cultural diversity is under attack and new forms of intolerance, rejection of scientific facts and threats to freedom of expression challenge peace and human rights. In response, UNESCO’s duty remains to reaffirm the humanist missions of education, science and culture.

Relevant Documents:

  • Global Citizenship Education: An Emerging Perspective

****Overview of how the UN plans and desires to create a “global mindset among the world population”

  • Global Education Monitoring Report
  • Review of Curricula and Curricular Frameworks:

Report to inform the update of the UNESCO International Technical Guidance on Sexuality Education

****Specifically mentions that children have a “right to sexual education and acceptance from ages birth and up”

  • Masculinity for Boys:

Resource Guide for Peer Educators

  • World Conference against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and

Related Intolerance

  • Fifteenth Session on the Intergovernmental Working Group on the Effective Implementation of the Durban Declaration and the Programme of Action

****Specifically mentions applying pressure to usurp the First Amendment in the US

The main goal of UNESCO is to push a progressive, socialist, inclusive agenda and to do so by implementing policies and laws that force individuals to accept this way of existing.

  • ICARR- International Coalition Against Racism-
  • This organization was created with the intent to begin putting in place policies and laws that will “eliminate racism.” One very pertinent point is that the only form of racism discussed in the documents written by ICARR assumes that the racism is always perpetrated by white individuals directing racist behavior towards people of color.


The International Coalition of Inclusive and Sustainable Cities − ICCAR * is an initiative launched by UNESCO in March 2004 to establish a network of cities interested in sharing experiences in order to improve their policies to fight racism, discrimination, xenophobia and exclusion.

The international conventions, recommendations or declarations elaborated at the upstream level need to be ratified and implemented by the States. At the same time, it is extremely important to involve actors on the ground including the targets of discriminations, to make sure that those instruments are applied to respond to concrete problems. UNESCO chose cities as the privileged space to link upstream and downstream actions. The role of city authorities as policy-makers at the local level, is considered here as the key to create dynamic synergies.

The ultimate objective is to involve the interested cities in a common struggle against racism through an international coalition. In order to take into account the specificities and priorities of programme each region of the world, regional coalitions are being created with their respectiveof action in Africa, Arab Region, Asia and the Pacific, Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean, and North America. Under the coordination of a “Lead City” which is to be identified, each regional coalition will have its own « Ten-Point Plan of Action ».

The « Ten-Point Plan of Action » is composed of ten commitments covering the various areas of competence of city authorities such as education, housing, employment and cultural activities. It suggests in particular some examples of practical policies that city authorities might complete or develop. The signatory cities will undertake to integrate this Plan of Action in their municipal strategies and policies, and to involve the various actors within civil society in its implementation.

Relevant Documents:

  • United States Coalition of Cities against Racism and Discrimination Perspective paper

It is vital that people understand there are forces at work right now that seek to forcefully dictate the terms and conditions of racial harmony.

  • UNECE- The United Nations Economic Commission for Europe:
  • Originally created in 1947

UNECE’s major aim is to promote pan-European economic integration. UNECE includes 56 member States in Europe, North America and Asia. However, all interested United Nations member States may participate in the work of UNECE. Over 70 international professional organizations and other non-governmental organizations take part in UNECE activities.

  • In addition to “assimilating Europe” UNECE is also more recently taken an active role in the planning of the “housing and urban development wing of the sustainable development goals”
  • Housing and Urban planning is a critical part of the UN sustainable development goals, this segment of the UN that will be implementing the redesign of the major cities and the legislation to enforce the laws that will allow the new UN agenda to be put in place.

Relevant Documents:

  • Time to Think Urban
  • Fulfilling the Potential of Present and Future Generations
  • Design of Social Sustainability
  • Towards Sustainable Communities
  • UNFCCC- United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change
  • This is the  treaty and coalition responsible for the Paris Climate Treaty which was adopted and ratified by most countries in 2016. This treaty is a legally binding and restrictive group of legislation that will impact daily life of citizens.

Relevant Documents

  • Paris Climate Treaty
  • Gender and Climate Change
  • Climate Justice: Building Capacity for Integrating Human Rights into Climate Action
  • Draft agreement and draft decision on workstreams 1 and 2 of the Ad Hoc Working Group on the Durban Platform for Enhanced Action
  • Global Challenges for Sustainable Development: Strategies for Green Jobs

Relevant NGO’S:

  • Climate Action Now- this is the umbrella NGO that many others fall under to implement the policies on a local level.
  • International World Court-
  • Created to  oversee conflicts among member states. Has evolved into an organization to oversee “criminal world court matters

Relevant Documents

  • Rome Statute
  • UNRISD- United Nations Research Institute for Social Development

This is a research arm of UNECSO.

UNRISD Website:

Through our work we aim to ensure that social equity, inclusion and justice are central to development thinking, policy and practice. To this end, we:

  • focus on the often neglected social content and impacts of development processes and the role of social institutions, relations and actors in shaping development policies and pathways;
  • engage researchers, policy makers and civil society actors from around the world in generating and sharing knowledge, in order to shape policy within and beyond the UN system;
  • mobilize and strengthen the research capacity of individuals and institutions in developing countries through collaborative inquiry; and
  • provide a space for the exchange of ideas, giving prominence to marginalized viewpoints, often challenging mainstream development thinking and offering alternative policy options.

Relevant Documents:

  • Transformations to Equity and Sustainability

Excerpt from source doc:

“Undue privileges, extremes of wealth and social injustice persist or have become even more pronounced during the decade. … While various social services have continued to widen their coverage, problems of distribution, content and costs remain formidable. … Even in the high-income industrialized countries a pervasive sense of crisis in life-styles and uncertainty concerning the future is evident. The plausibility of these societies as models for development or for welfare state policies has dwindled, along with their capacity to respond coherently to the kinds of demands made on them”.

  • Social Policy and Inclusive Development

This 420 page doc dives  deeply into mindset which both celebrates Marxism as well as the fact that “nature no longer exists, and it is possible to have a child without ever having sexual contact with another human.”

Excerpt from source doc:

“Western welfare state is in a situation of crisis. That crisis is ordinarily understood in fiscal terms as part of a “can’t pay, won’t pay” mentality on the part of the middle classes.”

The author then proposes this solution:

“I want to propose, we should consider the possibilities implied in what I want to term “lifestyle bargaining”. Lifestyle bargaining involves the establishing of trade-offs of resources, based upon life-political coalitions between different groups.”

  • Remember the powers that be want to control your life to the point where you have to bargain to regain privileges they don’t think you deserve…….