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The Agenda 2030  totalitarian Trojan Horse threatening Europe’s economy

Summarised by Centrist 

In author and economist Daniel Lacalle’s critique, the UN’s 2030 Agenda’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals are likened to a Trojan Horse, concealing a perilous agenda of interventionism and bureaucratic overreach. 

He argues that socialism and centralised planning don’t work and that the purportedly noble objectives, such as poverty reduction and infrastructure advancement, have been co-opted by socialists. He likens these detrimental policies, which, he argues, are stifling industry and economic growth across Europe, to Leninism, where a tyrannical government hides behind a popular cause. 

European farming and manufacturing have both suffered immeasurably despite Agenda 2030 policies purportedly aimed at strengthening these areas. 

He advocates for a return to free-market capitalism and economic freedom as the correct path to achieving sustainable development goals. 

Lacalle writes that: 

“The first thing we should do is give up on socialism and stand up for the promotion of individual freedom if we want to achieve the 17 Sustainable Development Goals without the covert eighteenth of poverty and elimination of individuals’ rights.”

Read more over at The Epoch Times

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