Millennium Declaration

The Millennium Development Goals are the implementation plan for the Millennium Declaration.  Each of the goals has many programs that are being undertaken to achieve the goal.  As you look at the goals and you start feeling all warm and fuzzy inside, keep in mind that these are the marketing slogans.  When you start to study the agenda and methods behind each goal, an entirely different picture emerges. 

The multinational corporations and wealthy elite are behind this scam hence the logo on this page. That's why the 'marketing materials' are excellent in terms of the presentation of the goals - but it is all a deception.  The real goal is  -  as always  -- for the rich to get richer and the power hungry to control.  

The UN system has a group of central planners who define the social programs.  The social programs are implemented through non-governmental organizations (NGO's).  The NGO's use grant money to do their social engineering.  In our country, the system is called 'public-private partnerships' to mask the fact that the UN social programs are being implemented here.  

The goals - while listed individually are integrated into all programs.  For example, sustainable development (environmental communism) is embedded within the curriculum of the education programs.  


Goal 2 Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger
Goal 2 Achieves universal primary education
Goal 2 Promote gender equality and empower women
Goal 2 Reduce child mortality
Goal 2 Improve Maternal Health
Goal 2 Combat HIV/AIDS, malaria and other diseases
Goal 2 Ensure environmental sustainability
Goal 2 Develop a global partnership for development