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Agenda 2030: UN sets goal for sustainable development, has 15 years to get it done

Posted by Ann Corcoran on November 24, 2015

This is something I want you to be aware of, and perhaps encourage one of you to delve deeper into—the “2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development”—which has recently added migration to its core mission.

I think that stalling refugee resettlement to America may stall their global agenda, wouldn’t you agree?


“Ms. [Amina] Mohammed, 54, has served as the top United Nations diplomat responsible for corralling countries to commit to a spectacularly ambitious set of global development goals, meant to save the planet and its most vulnerable people. Known as the Sustainable Development Goals, or Agenda 2030 after the deadline for meeting them…”

This is all I know, the subject popped up in a tweet today so I followed the threads to this news from the International Organization for Migration which is the US federal contractor that prepares refugees for their move to America.

On 25 September 2015, world leaders made history by adopting the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in New York. This wide-ranging and ambitious agenda, which includes the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), marks the culmination of over two-years of negotiation and broad, inclusive consultations with stakeholders from across the world.  [I bet there was no taxpayer rights group among the “stakeholders.”—ed]

For the first time, the issue of migration has been included in the global development framework, representing a marked shift from the Millennium Development Goals and a timely recognition of the diverse interlinkages between migration and development.

It is now up to the international community as a whole to ensure that we achieve these global goals over the next fifteen years, making the world a better place for all, including migrants.

We know that the UN High Commissioner for Refugees is picking most US-bound refugees.  By slowing third world migration to the US, you are helping to slow the United Nations’ goals for us!  That is enough incentive for me!

If you are up to doing some research, I’d be happy to post what you find!

18 Responses to “Agenda 2030: UN sets goal for sustainable development, has 15 years to get it done”

  1. […] last month, here, we mentioned that the United Nations-driven Agenda 2030 now involves the use of ‘refugees’ […]


  2. […]  Late last month, here, we mentioned that the United Nations-driven Agenda 2030 now involves the use of […]


  3. Dr. Rich Swier said

    Great. Posted:



  4. […] Agenda 2030: UN sets goal for sustainable development, has 15 years to get it done […]


  5. lehi48 said

    Ann, do you realize in you’re acquiescing to the concept that WE are no longer a Sovereign Nation making independent decisions about Our own Country. This President has turned over the keys to Our Government and trashed Our Constitution and Bill of Rights


  6. xtraxtra67 said

    Reblogged this on xtraxtra67.


  7. sturandot13 said

    “I think that stalling refugee resettlement to America may stall their global agenda, wouldn’t you agree?”

    Yep. Unfortunately, the globalist oligarch pukes have many aces up their sleeves. It always helps to be part of the billionaires’ – or even trillionaires’ – club. With that kind of money you can buy the media (they have), politicians and bureaucrats(most), and have all kinds of “Plan B” options just in case those pesky peons (that’s us – the peons) start throwing monkey wrenches into their plans for the world.

    Don’t get me wrong. I personally don’t care how much money someone has. When it starts getting personal is when those with that kind of money use that money – and the power that money can buy – to try and control everyone else’s lives. Now THAT just pisses me off.


    • lehi48 said

      The Left is out in force. Now I just reced an email from the ACLU urging me to contact my Senator and Representative to have them promote entry of Syrian Iraqi refugees. They claim that we are Xenaphobic and Islamophbic


      • Ann Corcoran said

        This is a very important issue for them, maybe THE most important because they have only one year left to flood America with third worlders. And, for the first time ever they have opposition from the likes of us.

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  8. Linda Loomis said

    Has anyone been watching the list of donors to the UNHCR since 2012? I have been looking at some of their information and Kuwait went from donating a total of $3mm-plus in 2012 to over $131mm-plus ytd in 2015. Also, the list of private donors to UNHCR includes lots of Arab royalty and Qatar Foundation, which has been identified as a funding source of Islamists in the Middle East. How does one determine how much influence the donors have over the decisions for refugee placement in the UN?

    Sent from my iPad



    • sturandot13 said

      Since the OIC (Organization for Islamic Co-operation), consisting of 56 izlamic (sic – on purpose) countries plus the “palestinian authority”, votes as a bloc…
      Well, let’s just say, it’s a LOT of “influence”.


    • lehi48 said

      I was going to get to that point and the conduit of funds Bill Clinton his Wife Hillary (G-d forbid President) their Muslim Brotherhood friends Allied with Barack and Malik. Russian and Iran connections


  9. “Inclusive” one of those political double speak words. TRANSFORMING OUR WORLD: THE 2030 AGENDA FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, agenda 2030 (29.) We recognize the positive contribution of migrants for inclusive growth and sustainable development. We also recognize that international migration is a multi-dimensional reality of major relevance for the development of countries of origin, transit and destination, which requires coherent and comprehensive responses. We will cooperate internationally to ensure safe, orderly and regular migration involving full respect for human rights and the humane treatment of migrants regardless of migration status, of refugees and of displaced persons.


    • sturandot13 said

      Says you. Don’t the people of the nations of “transit” and “destination” have any say in the matter? They d___ed well should; and if not, maybe it’s time we did something about it.


  10. Nancy Cuddeback said

    Sustainable growth is an oxymoron. The planet is not infinite and over population is the biggest threat to the planet. The Third World needs to stop their over breeding!

    Liked by 1 person

    • Ann Corcoran said

      I once had a Somali commenter here at RRW who said that US land is so vast and they planned to fill it up. They know what they are doing!

      Liked by 1 person

      • sturandot13 said

        Yes. It goes like this: immigration, propagation, infiltration, subversion, and finally, subjugation. I, for one, stand in firm opposition to their “plans”.


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