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But the agenda is much broader than attacking nationalism and patriotism.
The UN DPI and the Astro-Turf “NGOs” that surround it, styling themselves "Civil Society," explained that what they call “education” must also be about more than what people normally think of as education - literacy, numeracy, and so on.
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The document also makes clear that this must be a worldwide effort, saying the global-citizenship scheming must be incorporated in school curricula worldwide and that “equitable quality education,” as defined by the UN, must be provided to “ people." The signatories vowed to work at the local level, too, to “incorporate education for global citizenship in educational systems.” The signatories of the action plan, developed at the “66th United Nations Department of Public Information (DPI)/Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) Conference,” also committed to pushing global education that promotes a number of controversial concepts.
“We commit to an education that teaches conflict resolution, a deep appreciation for diversity, ethical reasoning, gender equality, human rights and responsibilities, interdependence, multilingual and multicultural competence, social justice, sustainable development, and values,” Those values, of course, are very unlikely to reflect the values of most parents around the world, whether they be Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Hindu, or any other major religious tradition.
However, when the UN's agenda is examined more closely, the real agenda becomes more clear.
We offer our adult dating site in Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, South Africa, the United Kingdom and the United States.In the UN's view, according to the “Gyeongju Action Plan” adopted in Korea; ,” the action plan declares.(Emphasis added.) Of course, parents, families, communities, tribes, churches, and more have traditionally been responsible for much of that.The “education” pushed by the UN must also be “imbued with an understanding of our roles, rights and responsibilities for the common good in service to humanity and the advancement of a culture of peace, non-violence, freedom, justice, and equality,” the action plan continued, using rhetoric about the "common good" that has been the rallying cry of countless tyrants.The globo-education must inculcate “a sense of care for the earth, reverence for the interdependent kinship of all life, and stewardship of all ecological systems for future generations.” It should also strengthen “the societal relationships among individuals, institutions, communities, states, humanity, and the planet.” And finally, it should nurture “a sense of solidarity and empathy in order to end poverty, protect the planet, ensure human rights, and foster prosperous and fulfilling lives for all.” To those not well-versed in globalist-speak, that all might sound fine and dandy.