Does UN Document Show New World Order Goals For 2030?!

Does a viral UN document show its secret New World Order mission goals for 2030?! Take a look at the document, and find out what the facts really are!

 

Claim : UN Document Shows New World Order Goals For 2030!

People are sharing a photo of a UN (United Nations) document which allegedly shows its secret New World Order mission goals for 2030!

Andrew Bridgen MP :The UN, WHO and WEF are all working to the same goals and I don’t like them and I don’t think my constituents will either, which is probably why they are not getting much publicity in the legacy media.

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Truth : UN Document Of New World Order Goals For 2030 Is Fake!

This is yet another example of fake news circulating on social media platforms like Facebook, and X (formerly Twitter), and here are the reasons why…

Fact #1 : Photo Does Not Show Any UN Document

Let me start by simply pointing out that the photo does not show any legitimate UN document. It appears to be a photo taken using a smartphone – you can actually see the shadow of the smartphone!

The so-called UN document appears to be nothing more than a piece of paper printed on a monochrome printer, with a list of common New World Order conspiracy tropes:

NEW WORLD ORDER
UN Agenda 21/2030 Mission Goals

The list is so cheesy and poorly designed and formatted, it’s amazing that anyone would actually believe it’s a genuine UN document.

Needless to say – there is no such UN document, and none of those people who shared that photo ever provided any evidence to back it up.

A UN spokesperson also confirmed in September 2020 that that was “not a genuine UN document“.

Fact #2 : Fake UN Document Is Old

This fake UN document is old, having circulated since 2005. In fact, it appears that a conspiracy website first posted it on 29 September 2005, in an article called “Inside the secretive Bilderberg Group” (archive).

Even though this list is over 18.5 years old, it doesn’t seem to have come true. In fact, it looks like the evil elites have less than 7 years to accomplish all of their dastardly plans!

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Fact #3 : UN Agenda 21 Was A Non-Binding Resolution

UN Agenda 21 was a non-binding resolution that was adopted at the 1992 UN Conference on Environment and Development in Rio de Janeiro.

The resolution called for nations to take a holistic approach to social, economic, and environmental changers. It also proposed potential solutions for global problems, and called for disenfranchised groups to be empowered.

Not only are UN Agenda 21 goals highly commendable, they are non-binding. That means – countries are not required to actually comply with those goals. They are aspirational, not obligatory.

In addition, none of its goals were listed in the fake UN document.

Fact #3 : 2030 UN Agenda Isn’t Legally Binding

The 2030 date in the title of the fake UN Document is likely just a coincidence (since the list first appeared in 2005). However, some fact checkers believe it may be referencing the 2030 UN Agenda for Sustainable Development.

It is possible that some people may be recirculating this old fake UN document from 2021-2024 in reference to that UN agenda. If so, they would be wrong again.

Adopted in September 2015, the 2030 UN Agenda for Sustainable Development is a list of non-binding economic and social goals, which include ending all poverty and world hunger, as well as achieving global gender equality.

Just like Agenda 21, the 2030 UN Agenda isn’t legally binding, and are aspirational, not obligatory. None of its goals are listed in the fake UN document either.

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