As previous reported, Agenda 2030 is a system of total, worldwide centralization of power influencing everything from governments to economies.
"In other words, it's not enough that they manipulate economies secretly by using national central banks as proxies; what they want is to stop hiding and to come out into the light as the magnanimous rulers they think they are," wrote Brandon Smith of Alt-Market. "The ultimate goal of full centralization is to erase the very idea of free markets and to allow a handful of people to micromanage every aspect of trade and business."
"It's not just about influence, it's about economic empire."
Part of how they want to impliment this is through a concept called the "sharing economy" in which people own less and less property.
"The sharing economy is essentially a communistic economy, but distilled down to a bizarre minimalism even people who lived in the Soviet Union did not have to experience," Smith continued. "The structure is described as a kind of commune based society in which people live in Section 8-style housing, with shared kitchens, shared bathrooms, and barely any privacy."
"All property is rented, or borrowed. All cars are borrowed and shared, most transit is mass transit, basic personal items such as computers, phones, and even cooking utensils might be shared or borrowed items."