The 2030 Mass Migration Agenda
In September 2015, the United Nations General Assembly adopted the "2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development." The agenda consists of 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). You have probably seen the SDG logo which is a color wheel made up of 17 segments. Agenda 2030 outlines a blueprint for world socialism, stating that we are embarking on a "collective journey." What is largely undiscussed is the agenda's plan for mass migration. The Agenda 2030 white paper only mentions migration in regard to ensuring "safe, orderly, and regular migration involving full respect for human rights and the humane treatment of migrants." However, in a report by the IOM (International Organization of Migration) titled "Migration and the 2030 Agenda", an intentional mass migration plan is presented. The 156-page paper almost immediately states "The 2030 Agenda recognizes migration as a core development consideration, which marks the first time migration is integrated explicitly into the global development agenda" and further states that migrant men, women, and children are recognized as "agents of development." The report goes on to claim that "Many SDG targets can only be fully achieved if migration and migrants are considered. Not doing so may limit progress made by constraining the comprehensiveness and sustainability of efforts." This point is furthered when the report mentions "It is possible to link migration to every Goal in the 2030 Agenda." The report then goes on to show, in detail, the importance of migration in each of the 17 sustainable development goals. The report continues. In a section titled The Implementation Process, the paper lists various ways to raise "public awareness" of the 2030 agenda through means such as social media, traditional media, print and electronic materials (my Samsung phones came with an SDG app pre-installed), cultural events such as fairs, concerts, bike rides, and radio sessions, media training to "introduce migration in the SDGs to journalists and others working in media", and more. We encourage you to download the paper yourself and read it thoroughly, this is just a quick glimpse at the plan. The full report can be found here. A few more important white papers that relate to UN migration objectives can be found below: Migration and the United Nations Post-2015 Development Agenda Migration and the SDGs: Measuring Progress IOM Institutional Strategy on Migration and Sustainable Development Global Compact for Migration The collapse of the US southern border is part of a deliberate and carefully executed plan to usher in Agenda 2030. The United States is the largest financial contributor to the United Nations. Despite this, it is clear that the UN has become a creature that not even its master can control, with an agenda to change the United States of America as we know it.