C’Mon, Guys! We Have to Do Worse!

From Dr. Rima’s Substack:  https://drrimatruthreports.substack.com/ 

C’Mon, Guys! We Have to Do Worse!

By: Rima E. Laibow, M.D.
January 24, 2024

International Rankings for implementation of the misnamed – and deadly – Agenda 2030 “Sustainability” [sic] “Development” [sic] Goals shows that we are a distressingly high 38th out of 193!

Sustainable Development Report 2023 (sdgindex.org)

Look, according to the UN’s own assessment of what percentage of compliance a country has achieved with the ghastly “Sustainability” [sic] “Development” [sic] Goals upon which Agenda 2030/The Great Reset rests, the US is shockingly, shamefully high on the list:

And Canada, New Zealand? Which particular flavor of Kool-Aid are you drinking, in heaven’s name?

You should be ashamed of yourself. You are more than 10 steps up from the US in the complicity and destruction rankings.

Of course, to be fair, the differences in numerical score, the US’s 75.91/100 of the way to total demolition of every human right and freedom that the Founding Fathers, patriots, jurists, legislators, activists and both domestic and international servicemen and women have ever dreamed they were fighting for are small: Canada at 78.50/100 has only crept ahead by 2.59 points.

That means that we are in serious danger of meeting, or even overtaking New Zealand, Canada and even, unless we are deeply proactive, even Moldavia!

In case you are not focused on what the “Sustainability” [sic] “Development” [sic] Goals actually mean, here is the glorious, full-color, official, propagandemic-supportive graphic in all its rainbow glory that we need to be striving AWAY from:

Here, thanks to the amazing Mads Palsvig, is what they actually mean:

And Now for the Shocker

It is interesting, isn’t it, that among the most successful no-SDG-implementation nations, which include, for example, South Sudan, at an inspiringly low 38.68 points (a full 37.23 points below the US!) are the two wealthiest nations in the world. Monaco and Lichtenstein, with per capita incomes of $234,317 and $184,083 respectively, have succeeded in avoiding every one of the SDG for the rest of the world, with truly impressive scores of 0.00.

Now, of course, it is possible that the two wealthiest countries in the world have not found the budget for the “Sustainability” [sic] “Development” [sic] Goals. Given that South Sudan, one of the poorest countries, has managed to limp along to nearly 40% compliance, that seems just a tad unlikely.

When you look at some of the paradise points where the uber wealthy like to hang out and notice that they are strangely SDG-free, you could just imagine that they have preserved their favorite hangouts as well as their home bases. Take a look and decide for yourself:

So, c’mon, everybody. it’s time that we got our act in gear, slipped down to where the uber rich are in the Agenda 2030 “Sustainability” [sic] “Development” [sic] Goals. The most effective way to do that, of course, is to #ExitTheUN, #ExitTheWHO, at #PreventGenocide2030.

Here’s the link: https://PreventGenocide2030.org. Let’s slide down that list away from inevitable destruction and toward unalienable rights!

Go Team!

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