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Does the UN have an agenda ‘one world government’?


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An image titled ‘New World Order’ that shows the list of 24 sentences is shared with the claim that it is the mission goals of UN agenda 21/2030. This image is being in circulation for the last two years and has resurfaced now again.

The list in the viral image starts with “One World Government, One World cashless Currency, One World Central Bank, One World Military” and goes on. Some of the posts that claim the viral list as mission goals of UN agenda 21/2030 can be seen here and here. Some of the posts mention the same list as the UN agenda 2030.

What is the truth?

When searching for UN agenda 21, we found a document titled “United Nations Conference on Environment & Development Rio de Janerio, Brazil, 3 to 14 June 1992, Agenda 21” on the United Nations website. When searching for the words ‘one world’ in the document, no results were found. No such words were present in the UN Agenda 21 document released on the UN website.

When searching for UN Agenda 2030, we found a UN webpage with the title ‘17 goals for people, for planet’ mentioning that 17 Goals were adopted by all UN Member States in 2015, as part of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development which set out a 15-year plan to achieve the Goals.

We further checked the UN agenda 2030 to know what the goals are. The document is titled ‘Transforming our world: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development’. The resolution was adopted by the General Assembly on 25 September 2015. The same is also found on the UN website.

When looking for goals, we found 17 goals listed as sustainable development goals. But none of the goals listed match the ones listed in the viral image. The entire document is searched for the words ‘one world’ and no such mention is found.

It is also found that the same viral list was earlier shared linking with the Covid-19 pandemic and was debunked by the Health Ministry of Israel government. This article quoted the viral image as a ‘table of contents of all conspiracy theories’ and mentioned that the UN does not have any such agenda.


It is found that the image shared as the ‘New World Order’ mission goals of UN agenda 21/2030 is fake. The list was not released by United Nations and it does not have any agenda as mentioned in the viral image.

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