INFORM // As it becomes more obvious that Canada will be subject to a federal election in 2021, we are witnessing the reinforcement of the UN-centric "Build Back Better" ideology from Trudeau. But back from what and better for whom?
First approved by the UN General Assembly in 2015, the UN’s “Build Back Better” ideology was originally promoted by the Japanese government as part of the UN “Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction.” This framework works hand-in-hand with other Agenda 2030 agreements, is completely globalist in nature and factors heavily into The Great Reset.
According to the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNDRR), Build Back Better is defined as: Build Back Better (BBB): The use of the recovery, rehabilitation and reconstruction phases after a disaster to increase the resilience of nations and communities through integrating disaster risk reduction measures into the restoration of physical infrastructure and societal systems, and into the revitalization of livelihoods, economies, and the environment (United Nations General Assembly, 20162).
In their document Build Back Better: in recovery, rehabilitation and reconstruction recovery, 2017 Consultative Version, UNDRR defines and outlines exactly what this means and the recovery framework required to achieve this.
What does it mean to be a partner of UNDRR?
What does this mean for Canada if Trudeau calls an election?
What can you do with this knowledge that benefits others?
Speaking of THE GREAT RESET...
THE DAVOS AGENDA which takes place January 25-29, 2021 is the World Economic Forum's formal kickoff of THE GREAT RESET, an agenda which relies heavily on the destruction of the old in order to usher in the framework for major world leaders to Build Back Better.
Live sessions will begin each day as of 08.00 until 19.00 Central European Time (CET).