Under a shocking new plan that is scheduled to be adopted two months before the U.S. presidential election in 2024, all it would take is some sort of a major “global shock” for the United Nations to literally take authority over the entire planet.
I realize that this may sound like the plot to a really bad science fiction movie, but this is actually what is being proposed, and the Biden administration is fully behind this insidious plan. Unfortunately, the mainstream media in the United States is not covering this at all, and so most people have absolutely no idea that this is going on.
An article that was posted by The Federalist first broke this story, and it should be making headline news all over the nation.
But it isn’t.
Next September, global leaders will gather for “the Summit of the Future”, and during that conference UN member states are scheduled to “adopt a Pact for the Future”…
In September 2024, less than two months before the next U.S. presidential election, the United Nations will host a landmark “Summit of the Future,” where member nations will adopt a Pact for the Future. The agreement will solidify numerous policy reforms offered by the U.N. over the past two years as part of its sweeping Our Common Agenda platform. Although there are numerous radical proposals included in the agenda, perhaps none are more important than the U.N. plan for a new “emergency platform,” a stunning proposal to give the U.N. significant powers in the event of future “global shocks,” such as another worldwide pandemic.
You can read all about “the Summit of the Future” and the “Pact for the Future” on the official UN website right here.
As usual, the UN disguises the most alarming portions of their agenda by surrounding it with language that speaks of the need for “peace”, “education” and economic growth.
But right there on the official UN website they admit that one of the purposes of “the Summit of the Future” is to “put in place a stronger international response playbook for complex global shocks, maximizing the use of the Secretary-General’s convening power in the form of an Emergency Platform”.
So what in the world is this “Emergency Platform” that they are talking about?
Many of the details of the U.N. emergency platform were laid out in a March 2023 policy paper titled “Strengthening the International Response to Complex Global Shocks — An Emergency Platform.” In the paper, the U.N. secretary-general writes, “I propose that the General Assembly provide the Secretary-General and the United Nations system with a standing authority to convene and operationalize automatically an Emergency Platform in the event of a future complex global shock of sufficient scale, severity and reach.” Once triggered, the emergency platform would give the U.N. the ability to “actively promote and drive an international response that places the principles of equity and solidarity at the centre of its work.” The U.N. would bring together the “stakeholders” of the world, including academics, governments, private sector actors, and “international financial institutions” to ensure there is a unified, global response to the crisis.
Umm, no thank you.
If there is some sort of a major “global shock”, the last thing that we should want is for the UN to have the authority “to ensure there is a unified, global response to the crisis”.
So what sort of a “global shock” would activate these emergency powers?
Well, the policy paper tells us that a future pandemic, a “major event in outer space” or even “unforeseen risks” would all qualify…
The paper gives several examples of what could trigger the emergency authority, including “major climatic event,” “future pandemic risks,” a “global digital connectivity disruption,” “major event in outer space,” and generic “unforeseen risks, (‘black swan’ events).”
In other words, whether or not these emergency powers could be used would be open to interpretation.
And it turns out that once these emergency powers have been activated, the UN would have authority to keep extending them indefinitely…
The UN would also reserve the right to extend the emergency as they see fit: Although the duration of the emergency platform would initially be set for a “finite period,” at “the end of that period, the Secretary-General could extend the work of an Emergency Platform if required,” according to the United Nations’ own policy proposal. So, once enacted, the U.N. could continue to seize control as long as they want, i.e. indefinitely.
This is precisely how Emperor Palpatine took power in the Star Wars movies.
He was granted “emergency powers” by the Senate, and then he never gave them up.