I know this because I was secretly consulted by someone who was part of this event. I encouraged this person to have the guts to publicize the opposition to UN Agenda 21 in any way possible, if even by just asking a question in his publication. The person told me that although everything I said was true there was no way that he would risk his reputation or the reputation of his publication by printing even a minor comment that questioned the Millennium Development Goals / Agenda 2030 / UN Agenda 21. He said he would have to wait until he was more established---I told him he would never do it.
Just a couple of Saturdays ago there was a huge music festival in New York's Central Park. This concert, the sixth annual, is called the Global Citizen Festival, and is free for activists who have proven their commitment to UN Agenda 21 goals. It is a youth festival with music from Beyonce, Cold Play and others....a spectacular free music festival to celebrate 'activism' --- mainly electronic media activism like signing petitions and liking FB pages. The entire focus is on youthful support for One World and no borders.
Popular culture is supporting UN Agenda 21 through all media, through schools, through all levels of bureaucracy, and peer pressure. Transformation is the term you'll hear, 'change', and it can only happen by destroying the existing order. Young people are the most vulnerable; they've been fed this line all of their lives and see themselves as the saviors of the poor and downtrodden. The salvation is packaged as Sustainable Development / Agenda 21.
"PARTNERSHIP SUPPORTS JOURNALISM AROUND NEW GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT GOALS.
April 23, 2015
Cape Town (5 June 2015) – Journalists, media experts and social media influencers in six continents, including at least 33 countries, will receive trainings and tools; media capacity grants, and partnerships in the lead up to two pivotal summits happening later in the year: the United Nations summit in September that will see the adoption of the new Sustainable Development Goals, and the UN Climate Change Conference in December in Paris, which is aimed at reaching a universal climate agreement.
The initiative, designed to enhance global media engagement on what has been described as “one of the biggest communications challenge and opportunity of our generation,” is a partnership between United Postcode Lotteries, UN Foundation and the Thomson Reuters Foundation; and was revealed at a special event in Cape Town coinciding with the World Economic Forum on Africa."