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The United Nations Is Stealing Your Future.

You didn’t want it.

The United Nations Is Stealing Your Future.

You didn’t vote on it. You didn’t give input on it. You don’t dare to question it. The oracle of science as spoken. Technocrats have decided it all for you. With your public taxes. You will own nothing. Are you happy now? We should drop-kick these grifters and the U.N. headquarters into the Atlantic Ocean.⁃ says the editor from Technology News.

Nevertheless, these unelected, unwanted “grifters” are not interested whether you are happy with what they have decided for your future and despite worldwide opposition, they will be pressing on with their plans to establish a new global order and our enslavement aided by a AI digital control system.

They are “summoning the pact for your future” according to Dr Jacob Nordangard who has a PhD in technology and social change and has published an article that shows the future implications of the intergovernmental negotiations that are seeking to undemocratically “shape” our future based on the United Nations Common agenda and the fulfilment of Agenda 2030 Sustainable Development Goals. Dr Nordangard’s article has been republished below.

Summoning the Pact for the Future.

New Global Order with a digital control system run by “trustworthy” AI By Dr Jacob Nordangard

Preparations have now begun for this year’s Summit of the Future, that will be held September 22–23 at the United Nations headquarters in New York.

During this meeting world leaders will sign the outcome document “The Pact for the Future”. This will be agreed in advance through intergovernmental negotiations and is based on United Nations Our Common Agenda and the fulfilment of Agenda 2030 with its 17 Sustainable Development Goals.

A zero draft of the pact was released January 26th after input from over 500 Major Groups and other Stakeholders.1 It was presented by the co-facilitators in the UN Trusteeship Council and followed by a debate with member states representatives January 29th.2

As described on the Summit of the Future webpage:

The result will be a world – and an international system – that is better prepared to manage the challenges we face now and in the future, for the sake of all humanity and for future generations.3

The purpose is to “take action to safeguard the future for present and coming generations”. Crises management is at the Pact’s core. And there is no lack of crises in need of effective management. As described in the zero draft:

We are at a moment of acute global peril. Across our world, people are suffering from the effects of poverty, hunger, inequality, armed conflicts, violence, displacement, terrorism, climate change, disease, and the adverse impacts of technology. Humanity faces a range of potentially catastrophic and existential risks.4

But with crises comes opportunities. At least for some powerful actors.

The goal of the pact should, according to United Nation’s High-Level Advisory Panel on Effective Multilateralismbe: “a global transition by States and non-State actors to a circular economy, addressing both supply and demand in a way that achieves balance with the planet.” This is a technocratic concept.

The HLAB was set up in March 2022 by Secretary General António Guterres to advice the Member States “on those issues of key global concern where governance improvements are most needed.”

Their report, A Breakthrough for People and Planet: Effective and Inclusive Global Governance for Today and the Future, recommends six transformative shifts to “support a radical shift in international cooperation for the resolution of shared global challenges and the advancement of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development”. These are:

  1. Rebuild trust in multilateralism – Improve legitimacy and effectiveness through inclusion and accountability
  2. Planet and People – Regain balance with nature and provide clean energy for all
  3. Global Finance  Ensure sustainable finance that delivers for all
  4. Digital and Data Governance – Support a just digital transition that unlocks the value of data and protects against digital harms
  5. Peace and Prevention – Empower effective, equitable collective security arrangements
  6. Anticipatory Action – Strengthen governance for current and emerging transnational risks

This has been anchored from the top echelons of power. Among the members in the HLAB on Effective Multilateralism were WEF-board member Tharman Shanmugaratnam (newly elected President of Singapore), WEF Young Global Leader Ilona Szabó de CarvalhoRockefeller Foundation-trustee Donald Kaberuka and Council on Foreign Relations and Trilateral Commission member, Ann-Marie Slaughter.

Their advice is a recipe for a world-wide technocratic management system that, if everything goes according to plan, will be guided by the global public–private partnership that was formalised in June 2019 with the signing of United Nation’s and World Economic Forum’s strategic partnership.

The intergovernmental forum G20 will have an important role to anchor these ambitions, influence legislators and implement the policies nationally.5

Since the adoption of the 2016 G20 Action Plan on the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, G20 Leaders have consistently recognized the key role of the G20 in contributing to implementation of the 2030 Agenda.6

Our Common Agenda and the “Pact for the Future” can be seen as the United Nations’ answer to the call for a Great Reset that was announced in June 2020 by Klaus SchwabAntónio Guterres and Prince Charles (King Charles III). In the words of Guterres:

The Great Reset is a welcome recognition that this human tragedy must be a wake-up call. As you rightly say, it is imperative that we reimagine, rebuilt, redesign, reinvigorate and rebalance our world…

We must build more equal, inclusive and sustainable economies and societies that are more resilient in the face of pandemics, climate change and many of the other global challenges we face.

You will be required to transform your values, “serve the common good” and connect to the digital world brain. It will also give immense power to the UN-system and partnering organisations in case of a global planetary emergency.

During the last year, eleven Policy Briefs have been released about how to achieve the twelve commitments that were proposed in Our Common Agenda by General Secretary Guterres.

The policy process is also interlinked with the negotiations on a new WHO Pandemic Accord (and an update of the International Health Regulations) that is planned to be concluded at World Health Assembly in May.

The accord goes hand in hand with the proposed “Emergency Platform” (Policy Brief 2) that will be convened by the UN General Secretary in case of a complex global shock including “future pandemics with cascading secondary impacts”.

Member States should according to the policy brief therefore “improve preparedness not only for health-related crises but also for other challenges and crises”. The aim is a set of protocols that will be activated in case of a major crisis.

Emergency Platform to manage “extreme global shocks”


United Nations recently published a policy brief on the twelfth commitment of Our Common Agenda – Emergency Platform. This commitment establishes the need to improve preparedness in more areas besides global health crises (such as pandemics) and will give UN extensive powers in a new crisis situation.

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HLAB Co-chair Ellen Sirleaf headed the WHO Independent Panel on Pandemic Preparedness and Response (2020-21) whereas Tharman Shanmugaratnam headed the G20 High Level Independent Panel on Financing the Global Commons for Pandemic Preparedness and Response (2021). Both these reports have served as a foundation for the proposed accord.

However, according to WHO Director General Thedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the accord is threatened because of “fake news, lies and conspiracy theories” that undermines the process.7 This is something that is addressed in the Policy Brief Information Integrity on Digital Platforms.

Mis- and disinformation are having a profound impact on democracy, weakening trust in democratic institutions and independent media, and dampening participation in political and public affairs.8

It means that this problem has to be managed. Countering mis- and disinformation is an important part of the UN/WEF/G20 agenda.9

The eleven Policy Briefs contain the blueprint for a digital system (Global Digital Compact) that will be run with the help of “trustworthy” Artificial Intelligence. We can assume that “trustworthy” means that it will not criticise UN policies (like the SDGs and The Paris Agreement). The AI has to be in tune with the “Al Gore rhythm”.

Summary of the Policy Briefs

Below is my presentation of the main components in the proposed “Pact for the Future”, followed by an oversight of the Policy Briefs, key proposals and projects currently being developed by United Nations and external affiliated actors.

“Population control”

  1. Safeguarding the Future

Halt and prevent developments that could threaten the survival of future generations

The goal of the UN Futures Lab is to improve long-term decision-making, by guiding teams in putting foresight into practice and providing frameworks and capacity-building that empower them to build the resilient, anticipatory United Nations the world needs.10

“Martial law”

  1. Managing Global Shocks

Rapid international response to complex global shocks

The platform would not be a new permanent or standing body or institution. It would be triggered automatically in crises of sufficient scale and magnitude, regardless of the type or nature of the crisis involved.11

“Youth activism to transform the world”

  1. Meaningful inclusion of Young People

Make youth into “torchbearers” for the SDGs

In recent years, young people have become a driving force for societal change through social mobilization – pushing for climate action, seeking racial justice, promoting gender equality and demanding dignity for all.12

“Data Collection”

  1. Measuring what we value

Comprehensive metrics to ensure policymaking is guided by the needs of people and planet

We need a paradigm shift in what we measure as progress, so that we can capture data on the activities and outcomes that a society truly values and then use the data to better inform our policy and financial decisions.13

“Digital World Brain”

  1. Open, free and secure Digital Future

Human-centred digital future anchored in human rights, enabling the SDGs

The transformative potential of AI for good is difficult even to grasp.  And we are in urgent need of this enabler and accelerator.  As many countries are already reeling from the impact of the climate crisis.  The 2030 Agenda — our global blueprint for peace and prosperity on a healthy planet — is in deep trouble.14

AI could help to turn that around.  It could supercharge climate action and efforts to achieve the 17 Sustainable Development Goals by 2030.

“Total financial control”

  1. A Global Financial System

Effective financial system that supports sustainable development and climate action

  • Global Economic Governance
  • Biennial Summit between G20, UN and Financial Institutions
  • Financing of SDGs, Climate Action and Future Generations
  • Global Tax Architecture for a Digital Economy
  • Summit for a New Global Financing Pact

The international financial architecture should be structured to proactively support the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals and the realization of human rights. The only way to facilitate such a structure is through ambitious reform, starting with more inclusive, representative and, ultimately, more effective global economic governance.15

“No More Hiding”

  1. Sharing the benefits of Space

Maximizing benefits and minimizing risks of outer space activities

  • Space Sustainability
  • Strengthened System Collaboration
  • Climate Trace (Al Gore)

Our collective responsibility to effectively govern outer space is something that we owe to present and future generations. Our success can turbocharge the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals and set out a model for effective, innovative and inclusive governance for the twenty-first century and the centuries that follow.16

“World Army”

  1. A New Agenda for Peace

Collective action to promote peace and prevent conflicts

  • Prevention at the global level
  • Updated Peace Enforcement
  • Stronger collective security machinery

We are now at an inflection point. The post-cold war period is over. A transition is under way to a new global order.17

“Life-long Indoctrination”

  1. Transforming education

Transforming education to transform the world

It needs to cultivate and develop the capabilities of learners to adapt to and mitigate climate change, to demand climate justice and to thrive in the green economy.18

“Ministry of Truth”

  1. Integrity in Information

Guiding action to strengthen information integrity on digital platforms

  • UN Code of Conduct
  • Response on Mis- and Disinformation and Hate Speech affecting the UN Agenda

Many victims of COVID-19 refused to get vaccinated or take basic health precautions after being exposed to mis- and disinformation online.19

“Behaviour Modification”

  1. UN 2.0

Forward-thinking culture and cutting-edge skills for better United Nations system impact

Quintet of Change:

Our vision is a United Nations system adept at understanding, navigating and shaping futures. We aim to foster sophisticated futures thinking to empower improved planning and cultivate better decisions amid uncertainty.20


Source – Dr Jacob NordangardThe Pharos Chronicles – Jacob Nordangård, PhD

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