Agenda 21 Aims to Depopulate 95% of the World By 2030
Agenda 21 is a voluntary plan of action developed by the United Nations Department of Economics and Social Affairs, which offers suggestions for sustainable development in order for the local, state, and national governments to combat pollution and poverty and to conserve the natural resources in the 21st century.
The Agenda 21 is a product of Earth Summit, held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in 1992, where 178 governments voted for its adoption.
According to the United Nations website, it is a comprehensive action plan to be taken locally, nationally, and globally by organizations of the UN system and government in every area where humans have an impact on the environment.
The United Nations promises to promote economic and social development, poverty eradication, and environmental protection.
However, the implementation of Agenda 21 might be one of the greatest threats to the global population. The main aim of the Agenda 21 is to control the world and to reduce the human population.
According to Spirit Egg, the Agenda 21 plans to depopulate 95% of the world by the year 2030, and, as evidence suggests, the plan is already in progress.