The World Economic Forum, Agenda 2030, and World Youth Day
Wonder how they relate? Well... do I have something for you!
The World Economic Forum is a not-so-secret group of billionaires that want to take over the world. But not the way the Romans or Germans did, that is too expensive. They use a far more effective tool: economics.
Don’t take my word for it. I’m a nobody who knows nothing. I just find this stuff for you. I can’t give financial, medical, or legal advise, but I can look at facts.
The Forum according to the Forum
“The Forum engages the foremost political, business, cultural and other leaders of society to shape global, regional and industry agendas.”
It is important to ask yourself a question throughout this article: who decided that these people should do the things they do? Who elected the head of the WEF? Why are they the ones to “shape global, regional and industry agendas”?
What is the World Economic Forum?
The WEF is run by a man called Klaus Schwab, who is a German engineer with two Ph.Ds and tons of other letters after his name.
What are their goals when the Forum “engages the foremost political, business, cultural and other leaders”? Let’s look at a few graphics from the website:
Here are the three things listed in English:
The Forth Industrial Revolution
Yes, there were other Industrial Revolutions other than the Industrial Revolution. Here is the WEF explaining them for themselves:
The Forth Industrial Revolution is about “Cyber-physical systems”. The WEF says that breakthroughs in “artificial intelligence, robotics, the Internet of Things, autonomous vehicles, 3-D printing, nanotechnology, biotechnology, materials science, energy storage, and quantum computing” are lending themselves to this revolution.
Solving the problems of the Global Commons
According to Google, the “Global Commons” is all the resources that are not under the jurisdiction of any particular country, like the oceans or air or atmosphere in general.
The WEF is in charge (according to them) of solving problems relating to these resources.
Addressing global security issues
Like national security, only it is global and the WEF handles it. The US has a National Security Administration (NSA), that is notorious (along with other agencies) for shady dealings in the name of “national security” (ahem, Patriot Act…).
This is, to say the least… interesting. Especially considering that none of these guys are elected by the people. Of course, if that is your thing: unelected oligarchs running global issues, then you are absolved from finishing this article, since this will be stiff reading for you.
Oh, yeah, and that Forth Industrial Revolution is weird, man
Have you ever heard of transhumanism? Just think of the Borgs from Star Trek in real life:
It is the idea that 1) since robots can do things faster than humans they will eclipse us in everything, 2) that the way to stop this from destroying our race is to become cyborgs ourselves, and 3) that a human can merge into a machine and a brain can be uploaded to the cloud.
I have written about how computers really work and the ludicrousness behind it:
Well, that is what the Forth Industrial Revolution is about. Just watch this:
This guy is called Yuval Noah Harari. He is said to be a main advisor to Klaus Schwab and the World Economic Forum. They deny it, but he sure speaks there a lot. He does not believe in God or religion but in “spirituality”, whatever that means. He thinks that we have become the dominate race because of random selection and it is up to us to keep ourselves there or something else will come and overrun our species.
The Great Reset
Seeing the strife (pandemic, lockdowns, etc.) over the past few years, the WEF launched an initiative called the Great Reset, which advocated for a reset of the world that was great in magnitude.
The idea is that the pandemic has given the global elite a opportunity to restructure the world the way they think it should be. The tone of the video below is quite interesting. “Great Reset,” they laugh, “that sounds like a buzzword from a sci-fi novel, totally not what we are doing”.
I kid you not:
Who even speaks at these events?
Well, you can find addresses made by Joe Biden, Donald Trump, Pope Francis, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, Vladimir Putin, Bill Gates, Anthony Fauci, António Guterres, Laurence Fink, Yuval Noah Harari, Greta Thunberg, and Bono.
The question to ask yourself is who decided that these people represent the world? This is not like the United Nations. We (ostensibly) have a representative appointed by the President. The World Economic Forum decides who comes and who speaks. The CEO of Blackrock (the Laurence Fink mentioned above) has the same platform as the dictator from Russia or the rock star from Ireland or the President of the United States or Greta Thunberg.
That is what is scary about all these leaders being together.
There is one date that is stuck in the craw of the WEF: 2030.
Yep, they came up with the famous line: “You will own nothing and be happy”.
The World Economic Forum says that this will happen by 2030. The term Agenda 2030, which we will be going into now, is from the UN, who has a whole website called the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), with this graphic:
Remember the points in that video, they come up again soon.
A lot of the goals center around things like Poverty, the Environment, Gender Equality, and Justice. Notice how these sound a lot like the ideas of the Democratic party?
Lets look at a few of the sub-goals for these ideas:
Health 3.7 “By 2030, ensure universal access to sexual and reproductive health-care services, including for family planning, information and education, and the integration of reproductive health into national strategies and programmes.”
Education 4.A “Build and upgrade education facilities that are child, disability and gender sensitive and provide safe, nonviolent, inclusive and effective learning environments for all”
Gender Equality 5.4 “Recognize and value unpaid care and domestic work through the provision of public services, infrastructure and social protection policies and the promotion of shared responsibility within the household and the family as nationally appropriate”
Gender Equality 5.6 “Ensure universal access to sexual and reproductive health and reproductive rights as agreed in accordance with the Programme of Action of the International Conference on Population and Development and the Beijing Platform for Action and the outcome documents of their review conferences”
Climate Change 13.2 “Integrate climate change measures into national policies, strategies and planning”
Peace and Justice 16.4 “By 2030, significantly reduce illicit financial and arms flows, strengthen the recovery and return of stolen assets and combat all forms of organized crime”
Peace and Justice 16.9 “By 2030, provide legal identity for all, including birth registration”
It could be said that some of these topics come under the umbrella of “woke culture”. “Heath services” like abortion, contraception, euthanasia, and now vaccinations have been identified with depopulation. The movement for “gender equality” has risen at the same time as the divorce rate and other things that effect the family, not to mention the “trans-gender” craze. Climate change has been shown to be a lie and a control mechanism, most recently by Konstantin Kisin. The final one about “legal identity for all” has the same attributes as the vaccine passports and also gives rise to questions of a social credit score.
Or you could just ignore all that and it doesn’t sound too bad…
On the WEF website, there is a page called the “Great Reset”, which I referenced above. In addition, on that page there is a link called Sustainable Development Goals. If you click on that link you find this video:
Can you spot the graphics? These same graphics are on the WEF’s Stratigic Intelligence page (here). The WEF calls these the “UN’s Sustainable Development Goals”. The Secretary General of the UN has spoken at the WEF’s meetings in Davos about “importance of achieving the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development”.
It seems that these two organizations intermingle a lot. It is unclear who is in charge.
What this all has to do with World Youth Day
Now, you may have seen the subtitle of this article and wonder what I am talking about.
This year, in August of 2023, the Pope will host a World Youth Day in Lisbon, Portugal. Is is a big gathering of youth from around the world to hear the Pope speak. John Paul II was the first to do this, Benedict XVI and Francis have followed suit.
Louise (The Mother) has written about her objections to the concept of a World Youth Day here. This article will not touch on that, only on the goals of this particular World Youth Day.
To start off with, let us look at what these goals are. While there is no page called “goals”, there is a section called “Know”, in which “Sustainability” is prominently displayed.
What is even more interesting is that there is a part of this page about Agenda 2030.
There is furthermore a Commitment Letter PDF that can be downloaded.
But this is not the only thing they have there.
I had heard about more stuff involving WYD and Agenda 2030, so decided to have a look at it. I found another copy of the letter that was from an older version of this page. I had to use the Wayback Machine (which is a thing run by web.archive.org that takes captures of webpages in real time, if you’re lucky, they have the old archive of what you are trying to find even if the website has tried to scrub it) to access it:
Do those graphics look familiar? They are exactly the ones from the 2030 Agenda website.
Interesting that the goals of the World Youth Day in Lisbon are the same as the Sustainability Development Goals of the World Economic Forum.
It is important to ask yourself a few questions about what we just went through:
What is the World Economic Forum’s agenda? Who really calls the shots?
Why do the UN’s and WEF’s agendas seem so similar?
Why does an event like World Youth Day have Agenda 2030 references?
Did the lisboa2023.org website take the UN graphics off the letter?
Will young Catholics notice the influence of this agenda at the event in Lisbon?
I am in this instance an investigative journalist looking at facts and doing a little bit of internet sleuthing. I have tried not to offer an opinion on anything, aside from linking to articles where opinions have been expressed.
The reader should not take this as an opinion piece, but one that opinions can be made from.