Sustainable Development Goals Deception

 

Government Releases Sustainable Development Goals Report Volume 2

 

 

Government Lying to the People About So Called ‘Non-binding’ International Agreements

 

By Graham Williamson

March 2019

Background
‘Non-Binding’ Agenda 21
For a quarter of a century the Australian government, State governments, and local Councils, have been implementing the United Nations Agenda 21 program in Australia. Agenda 21 has been implemented on a bipartisan basis without the democratic approval of the people. But it is the persistent and pervasive government campaign to falsely convince the people Agenda 21 is ‘non-binding’ (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9) and therefore innocuous, which is most alarming. Clearly, any deliberate attempt to force Australians to comply with laws which have been initiated and controlled by a foreign agency constitutes what many would consider to be treasonous activity which is most definitely counter to Australian interests.

Far from being a ‘dead’ ‘non-binding’ agreement, vital provisions of Agenda 21 have in fact been incorporated into national and sub-national laws, without the democratic approval of the people. As the Australian government admits on their web site about CSD, “Australia’s commitment to Agenda 21 is reflected in a strong national response to meet our obligations under this international agreement.” In other words, ‘obligations’ to the UN come first, Australians last.

And as the Australian government also admits in their “Road to Rio+20” fact sheet, they have been busy forcing Australian citizens to comply with the dictates of the UN and their ‘non-binding’ Agenda 21 program:

Australia has participated in sustainable development discussions for more than four decades. We have signed international treaties, supported regional initiatives and enacted international commitments through new laws and policies at home

Amazingly, in apparent violation of Section 128 of the Constitution, The Australian government emphasises that when the Commonwealth lacks Constitutional authority, international agreements such as Agenda 21 and the 2030 agenda are utilised in order to obtain constitutional justification for policies which would otherwise be unconstitutional:

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