The head of the United Nations (UN) has warned world leaders that globalism is failing and called for an “urgent plan” to save Agenda 2030, which he says is “in peril.”
UN Secretary-General António Guterres issued the warning during the 2023 Sustainable Development Goals Summit in New York City.
Globalists gathered at the summit to devise a strategy for saving the deeply unpopular green agenda that is being pushed by the UN, the World Economic Forum (WEF), and the Wolrd Health Organization (WHO).
This year’s two-day summit comes at the midpoint of the Agenda 2030 scheme, which officially began on January 1, 2016.
According to a summary statement posted to the organization’s website:
“But the Agenda is a promise, not a guarantee. At the halftime mark, the promise is in deep peril. For the first time in decades, development progress is reversing…”
Then, in an address delivered before the attendees yesterday, Guterres said, “Today, only 15% of the targets are on track, with many going into reverse,” and issued a call for a “global rescue plan” to pull the SDGs back from the jaws of defeat.
As American Thinker reports, prior to the event, Guterres sat down for an interview with Mita Hosali, the