Graham WilliamsonSeptember 2016
Foreign Minister Signs United Nations 2030 Agenda
In September 2015 Julie Bishop signed the United Nations 2030 SDG agenda, an agenda which represents a continuation and expansion of Agenda 21, and an agenda which aims to “transform” the world. In April 2016 GregHunt also signed the COP21 Paris Climate Agreement. The United Nations would assume the role of redistributing global wealth and resources, ensure all climatic problems are ‘fixed’, and ensure all countries and people live ‘sustainably’. Australia also participated in the Addis Ababa Action agenda to plan the best means of supplying the required sum of $2-$3 trillion annually to finance this agenda. This UN global agenda has bipartisan support in Australia although both major Parties like to keep this issue off the electoral agenda and refuse to give the people any democratic choice.
United Nations Announces 2030 SDG Agenda is Part of their Plan to Build a New World Order
On 20th July 2016 the UN reported that the three 2015 global agreements, the 2030 SDG agenda signed by Julie Bishop, the Paris climate change conference signed by Greg Hunt, and the Addis Ababa Action agenda, all feed into (see A/71/168) their long term new world order agenda, as initiated by the 1974 Declaration on