|RD-ACTEUR EN SGPLAY PARTIJ VERZWIJGEN EN VERDRAAIEN DOORLOPEND DE SATANISCHE BEDOELINGEN VAN DE PAUS (DE ANTICHRIST) EN DANSEN MET NWO-AGENDA 21 MEE, ALSOOK MET NWO-AGENDA 2030.
POPE INTRODUCED SATANIC UN-AGENDA-2030 AFFIRMED BY OBAMA
* Obama affirmed radical U.N. agenda in lesser-known speech
* Obama argues for global governance in last U.N. address
Urges working together 'under the mantle of international law'
Sep. 28-30 -2015 - Jerome R. Corsi
UNITED NATIONS – President Obama's speech to the opening session of the United Nations' 70th General Assembly on Monday drew considerable attention, but most Americans likely were unaware of a speech he gave the previous day to the same world body in which he affirmed America's commitment to a controversial, utopian plan to "transform" the world.
As many focused on week three of the National Football League season Sunday, Obama spoke with little fanfare to the closing session of the United Nations Sustainable Development Summit that was convened Sept. 25-27 as a high-level plenary meeting of the General Assembly.
The U.S. and the 192 other U.N. members unanimously adopted the "2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development," a plan to "end poverty, fight inequality and injustice, and tackle climate change by 2030."
It's a plan some critics call a "blueprint for global governance." As WND reported, Agenda 2030 is seen as a "reboot" of the controversial Agenda 21 plan, adopted in 1992, which the U.N. has described as a "comprehensive plan of action to be taken globally, nationally and locally by organizations of the United Nations system, governments and major groups, in every area in which human impacts on the environment."
"And so, today, we commit ourselves to new Sustainable Development Goals, including our goal of ending extreme poverty in our world," Obama told the U.N. meeting Sunday, committing the United States to Agenda 2030. "We do so understanding how difficult the task may be. We suffer no illusions of the challenges ahead. But we understand this is something that we must commit ourselves to."
Also receiving little attention was the fact that when Pope Francis spoke to the United Nations on Friday, his speech served as the opening address to the 2030 Agenda summit.
In introducing the pope, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon said, "Your visit today coincides with the adoption of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development."
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