Ever heard of the Addis Ababa Action Agenda? I hadn’t, until about 15 minutes ago. It seems to be a practical implementation guide for Agenda 2030, focusing on the role of international finance. Looks pretty important. Here’s a summary from the Wikipedia page:
The Addis Ababa Action Agenda was the outcome of the 2015 Third International Conference on Financing for Development […] It was adopted by heads of state and government on 15 July 2015.
174 United Nations member states sent delegations; 28 heads of State, vice presidents and heads of government attended.
Governments were joined by the heads of the United Nations, the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the World Bank and the World Trade Organization (WTO), prominent business and civil society leaders, and other stakeholders.
The Addis Agenda is a global framework that seeks to align financing flows and policies with economic, social, and environmental priorities.
The World Bank Group, International Monetary Fund, World Trade Organization, United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), are the major institutional stakeholders of the Financing for Development process.
Unlike previous Financing for Development agendas, the Addis Agenda is explicitly linked to the UN Sustainable Development Goals. United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) checks up on the Addis Agenda at a big meeting every year, to make sure everyone is doing their homework.
Below are some key quotes from this UN .pdf on the subject:
The Addis Ababa Action Agenda (AAAA) provides:
– A comprehensive set of policy actions by Member States, with a package of over 100 concrete measures to finance sustainable development, transform the global economy and achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.
– A new global framework for financing sustainable development that aligns all financing flows and policies with economic, social and environmental priorities and ensures that financing is stable and sustainable.
The Action Agenda draws upon all sources of finance, technology and innovation, promotes trade and debt sustainability, harnesses data and addresses systemic issues. It establishes a strong foundation to support implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
The Action Agenda also serves as a guide for actions by governments, international organizations, the business sector, civil society, and philanthropists.
The AAAA emphasizes the important role played by private businesses and finance in the development agenda
The Addis Ababa Action Agenda includes several new commitments by Governments. These include:
– A new social compact to provide social protection and essential public services for all
– A global infrastructure forum to bridge the infrastructure gap
– An ‘LDC package’ to support the poorest countries
– A Technology Facilitation Mechanism to advance to the SDGs
– Enhanced international tax cooperation to assist in raising resources domestically
– Mainstreaming women’s empowerment into financing for development
What is your opinion about Yuval Noah Harari?
That guy is the portrayal of the globalist archetype. He is from Israel and grew up in a secular Jewish family, he is gay, vegan, rich, transhumanist and atheist. He talks about how humans will become gods through transhumanism, overcome death and pain, leaving natural selection process to an intelligent design controlled by those super humans. He works with Agenda 2030 and other globalist organizations and is very popular and famous among normies larping as intellectuals.
I have noticed that many of those kind of guys are atheist, despite having religious origins in catholic, protestant or Jewish families. They are vocal with their atheism and they want to suppress every religion, that reminds me the four atheists during early 2000s with Hitchens and Dawkins giving us moral lectures about how religion and nationalism are bad (like Harari do), and how we need some sort of scientism and secular humanist values to be better persons and improve humanity as a whole.
I think transhumanism is a metaphysical doctrine itself and that when they profess atheism, it’s more of an attack on other people than their own true beliefs
If I’m translating Globaloney to English properly, those bullet points mean “give us more power and control.” Anyway, it’s interesting that they name this new NWO initiative after the capital (such as it is) of a failed state.
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they probably had a hand in destroying the old order there, w/c partly contributed to that country being a failed state. Anyways, it benefits them since they could build their projects over the rubles