New UN Goals are lipstick on a pig

The new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) titled “Transforming Our World” were passed by UN members in September 2015, consisting of a set of 17 goals with 169 targets to end poverty by 2030. It will cost $3 trillion to reach the goals that sound noble, but professor Glen David Kuecker at DePauw University calls them lipstick on a pig. The same power broker corporations, NGOs and consultants are in line for the development funds. Kuecker predicts that, “The SDGs will provide just enough growth so that just enough food, medicine, and education are available for the multitudes to ensure the system remains seamless in its reproduction and capitalism remains non-negotiable,” controlling the system from behind the scenes similar to the Matrix films.

Glen David Kuecker, “UN Sustainable Development Goals: The Matrix Reloaded,” TeleSur, October 2, 2015.

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