The UN envisions a global command economy.
I spent the afternoon reading the UN’s 2030 agenda, with its 17 goals and 169 targets. This is an agenda that the UN has been working towards building since 1992 - Frankly, it was terrifying. My take away thought was that once you strip the unicorns and butterflies out of the text, this unilateral consensus document reads like an updated communist manifesto.
This is particularly relevant because while the Agenda 2030 is a not a legally binding instrument, but the regional and international human rights Conventions and Covenants at the core of Agenda 2030 are, in fact, binding instruments of international law. So, for now - we can insist that our politicians fight against the more draconian aspects of agenda 2030.
Now, at first glance -most of the 169 targets of Agenda 21 are rather “fuzzy.” but extremely naive objectives. They are the goals of a command economy government, not an organization for world peace! Frankly, they are the goals of a failed governmental model. A model that has been tried again and again.
Definition: A command economy is a system in which a central government makes all economic decisions. Either the government or a collective owns the land and the means of production.