The globalist United Nations (UN) is preparing to massively expand its powers to overrule individual sovereign nations and position itself as an unelected single-world government.
The UN is planning to unveil proposals for the unprecedented expansion of its influence during the upcoming “Summit of the Future” conference in 2024.
Included in the proposals are policies that would grant the organization an “emergency platform” during “global crisis” events.
Such “crises” would be determined by the UN itself and “emergencies” would be declared by the agency.
Should a global “emergency” be declared by the UN, it would enable the agency to deploy “emergency powers” to meet “climate change” goals or enforce restrictions during, or even before, pandemics.
The plans also include a “digital code of ethics” that would allow the UN to censor “misinformation” to prevent a “climate” or pandemic-related “crisis.”
The UN has dubbed the spread of information that conflicts with the official “climate crisis” or pandemic narrative as an “infodemic.”
The “Summit of the Future” conference will bring together UN allied nations and non-governmental organizations, such as the World Economic Forum (WEF) and World Health Organization (WHO), to discuss a sweeping policy agenda.
The agenda speaks to left-wing initiatives such as increasing the size of government to operate on a global level, digital censorship, and drastic pandemic and climate proposals.
These policies signal a concerning expansion of the UN’s influence over individual sovereign nations, according to policy experts.
By allowing the UN to expand its powers in this way, the unelected organization will be able to overrule the laws of counties around the world to pursue its own globalist agenda.
The powers would enable the United Nations to violate Americans’ constitutional rights, for example, by stripping citizens of their free speech rights with radical censorship policies.
Michael Chamberlain, director of Protect the Public’s Trust, a government watchdog organization, warns that the proposals will see America “relinquish its sovereignty” and allow the UN, WEF, and WHO “the power to rule over us.”
“Back when Americans called themselves Englishmen, we couldn’t abide being ruled by people we didn’t vote for and never saw,” Chamberlain explains.
“Self-government is in our national DNA.
“We elect representatives to enact the laws we live by… not so with the United Nations and other international and foreign organizations.
“That is why it is exceedingly dangerous for the United States to relinquish its sovereignty and allow any of these organizations the power to rule over us.”
According to the “Strengthening the International Response to Complex Global Shocks – An Emergency Platform” policy proposal, in the event of a global crisis, such as a “major climactic event” or “future pandemic risk,” the emergency platform policy 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 center of its work.”
Note the wording of “future pandemic risk” rather than during an actual pandemic – the UN would be able to exercise its sweeping powers if it claims it is acting to prevent something from happening.
The proposal was written by U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres.
It would grant Guterres the authority to declare an emergency platform and extend it on his own whim if the policy was ratified.
Brett Schaefer, senior researcher in International Regulatory Affairs at Heritage Foundation, is warning that Guterres and the UN will be able to overrule the leaders of once sovereign nations around the world.
“It is clearly an effort to empower the Secretary-General and the United Nations,” Schaefer warns.
“The Emergency Platform policy brief would grant the Secretary-General ‘standing authority to convene and operationalize’ a response to a broad array of international crises with minimal consultation with the member states, including the U.S.”
The emergency platform would also ensure “that participating actors make clear commitments that directly and immediately support the global response to a complex shock.”
These participating actors include the UN’s member states like the U.S., China, European Union countries, and the U.K.
“While the member states would not be compelled legally to abide by the recommendations of the Secretary-General, the pressure to ‘contribute meaningfully to the response and [be] held to account for delivery on those commitments’ would be immense,” said Schaefer.
“The U.S. should be willing to respond positively to assist other nations in times of crisis, but this should be a decision made by our elected leaders, not driven from Turtle Bay.”
Another one of the “Summit of the Future” proposals would seek to develop a “code of conduct” online that would demonetize and censor what the UN considers “misinformation.”
The sweeping censorship policy is titled “Information Integrity on Digital Platforms.”
The “code of conduct” is informed by work from groups that actively push to censor conservative speech online.
The UN and the UN-funded Global Disinformation Index (GDI) cite multiple conservative news outlets as sources of “misinformation”
However, they accrediting left-leaning sources as highly reliable, according to the GDI’s “Disinformation Risk Assessment.”
For example, the GDI gave the New York Times, the Washington Post, and BuzzFeed News “low” risk levels, while giving the Daily Wire, the New York Post, and the American Conservative “high” risk levels.
“From health and gender equality to peace, justice, education, and climate action, measures that limit the impact of mis- and disinformation and hate speech will boost efforts to achieve a sustainable future,” the UN Secretary-General wrote in the “Information Integrity on Digital Platforms” proposal.
The UN’s definition of “misinformation” poses a major risk to free speech, Schaefer said.
“We have seen firsthand how efforts to repress ‘disinformation’ and ‘misinformation’ instead are misused to silence opposing opinions and repress inconvenient evidence – such as the Chinese lab leak theory on the origin of Covid,” Schaefer said.
“It is hard to see any UN Code that would not run roughshod over the First Amendment.”
Chamberlain agreed, adding that the UN has no basis to establish the policy in any democratic country.
“Americans still have the protections of the First Amendment that prohibit the government from infringing on their rights to free speech,” said Chamberlain.
“Not only is the government barred from trampling on those rights, it is not allowed to outsource that trampling to others, not even to large, powerful international organizations, regardless of how highly regarded those organizations may be.”
Calling for guardrails to contain the proliferation of hate and lies in the online world, @antonioguterres puts forward proposals for a Code of Conduct for Information Integrity on Digital Platforms in new report. https://t.co/7ZoX9i81uk pic.twitter.com/Punt48XxYi
— United Nations (@UN) June 14, 2023
Other policy proposals include a mandatory global vaccination plan for COVID-19.
The plan would seek to administer a minimum of 11 billion doses worldwide and increase funding and authority to the WHO, the health agency of the UN.
“This includes greater financial stability and autonomy, based on fully unearmarked resources, increased funding, and an organized replenishment process for the remainder of the budget.”
Another proposal seeks to enforce “climate change” initiatives by reaching “net zero carbon emissions” by 2050 “or sooner.”
The plan involves abolishing fossil fuels and coal energy worldwide, and coercing financial actors to shift away “from high-emission sectors to the climate resilient and net zero economy.”
“We should be shoring up our populations, infrastructure, economies, and societies to be resilient to climate change, yet adaptation and resilience continue to be seriously underfunded,” Guterres said in the “Our Common Agenda” report.
However, experts warn that meeting the globalist green agenda goals seems impossible with drastic actions.
“China’s priority – and the priority of many other countries, especially developing countries – is to maximize economic growth and increase standards of living,” Schaefer said.
“To the extent that net zero and phasing out fossil fuels impede those goals, they will not abide by limitations.”
Elsewhere in the UN’s proposal are calls for mandatory globalized “digital IDs.”
As Slay News previously reported, Guterres demands in the “Our Common Agenda” report that all individuals under the UN’s control would have a digital ID that is linked to their bank account.