The origin of the story James Bond death (1)

Viewers of the latest James Bond movie “No Time to Die” were surprised by the actress Shanna Lynch – an African-British – as “Nomi”, British intelligence agent No. 007, instead of James Bond, the hero of the series in the previous 24 films, where he appeared James Bond at the beginning of this movie retired from the service, and returned to it at the end, before dying at the end of the movie, in an approach that is the first of its kind in the history of the series, which began in 1962 with the famous movie “Dr. No”. Has the feminist movement and the call for gender equality infiltrated the James Bond film series, after the great successes achieved and achieved by this call in Western countries and the world at large, with the approval of the member states of the United Nations?

The UN Sustainable Development Goals Plan sees gender equality as a “necessary base for a peaceful, prosperous and sustainable world”, as if wars, conflicts, killings, destruction, backwardness, decline, political tyranny, injustice, oppression, tension and international domination are caused by gender inequality and by the disempowerment of women!

This series of articles is not against women, nor against their obtaining their rights, but rather a pause for reflection on the values, ideas, programs and transformational projects that are being thrown into the political, social and economic structure under the slogan of defending women, empowering them and gender equality, and reflecting on a group of ideas advocated by some Western women, then soon turned into a feminist movement that spread rapidly in the countries of the world, and then turned into plans, legislation, policies and decisions adopted by the United Nations and demanding the countries of the world to abide by them, and calling on the media, drama and elites to introduce and promote them. How does that happen? And who is behind it?

Fifth goal

Talking about women’s rights, empowerment, and equality between them and men is no longer linked to civil society organizations, after it moved to the corridors of the United Nations in an official capacity, and became a major item in its various meetings, and it has a special organization that plans and implements, according to the annual budget allocated to it, and in accordance with the great external support that it provides. It receives it from countries and institutions of special interest to it, and it spends, moves, tracks and measures success levels, monitors problems and obstacles and works quickly to overcome and overcome them.

The issue of women’s empowerment and equality with men occupied the fifth goal of the sustainable development goals adopted by the United Nations, and is working to achieve them by 2030, and the goal stipulates “achieving gender equality and empowering all women and girls.” The Sustainable Development Goals plan sees gender equality as a “base A necessary basis for a peaceful, prosperous and sustainable world.” As if wars, conflicts, backwardness, decline, political tyranny, injustice, oppression and international domination because of gender inequality and the disempowerment of women!

The United Nations works to achieve this goal by:

  • Eliminate all forms of discrimination against women and girls everywhere.
  • Eliminate all forms of violence against all women and girls in the public and private spheres.
  • Eliminate all harmful practices, such as early and forced marriage, and female circumcision.
  • Providing public services and infrastructure and setting social protection policies.
  • Promote responsibility sharing within the household and family.
  • Ensuring the full and effective participation of women, and their equal opportunities with men, to participate in leadership and decision-making in all fields and at all levels.
  • Ensure universal access to sexual and reproductive health services and reproductive rights.
  • Granting women equal rights to economic resources, their right to dispose of land and property, financial services, inheritance and natural resources, in accordance with national laws.
  • Promote the use of enabling technology to support women’s empowerment.
  • Adopt sound policies and enforceable legislation to advance gender equality and empower all women and girls at all levels.

Like other sustainable development goals, the United Nations monitors the negative effects of the Corona pandemic on the limited progress made in the field of women’s rights and gender equality, as it believes that the outbreak of the pandemic has exacerbated inequalities for women and girls in the health, economic, security and social fields, according to Says the United Nations, which believes that the Corona pandemic “provides an opportunity to take drastic and positive actions to correct long-standing inequalities in multiple areas of women’s lives, and build a more just and resilient world,” as the United Nations believes that the pandemic has led to a sharp increase in violence and discrimination. against women and girls.

The United Nations always markets the necessary data and statistics that support its orientation and goals behind empowering women and achieving gender equality. These data are easy to refute and respond to, and to show the extent of misinformation involved in many of them, which the article does not allow for review. The result is that this goal seeks to reorganize human society on unified values, principles, legislation and policies that do not pay attention to the constants of religion, the privacy of societies, their customs and traditions, claiming that this is one of the pillars of achieving peace, stability and prosperity in the future.

How a group of ideas advocated by some Western women turned into a feminist movement that spread very quickly in the world, and soon it turned into plans, legislation, policies and decisions adopted by the United Nations and demanding the countries of the world to abide by them, and it calls on the media, drama and elites to introduce and promote them. How does that happen? And who is behind it?

private international organization

In order to enhance its role in empowering women and achieving equality between them and men, the United Nations established in 2010 a special organization for this goal under the name “UN Women” to support member states in gender equality and women’s empowerment, as it works with governments and civil society to design The laws, policies, programs and services needed to ensure that standards are effectively implemented and benefit women and girls around the world. It works globally to make the vision of the Sustainable Development Goals a reality for women and girls and stands behind women’s equal participation in all aspects of life, focusing on 4 strategic priorities:

  • Empowering women to lead and participate in governance systems, and benefit from them on an equal basis with men.
  • Securing income, decent work and economic independence for all women.
  • Providing a life free from all forms of violence for all women and girls.
  • Contribution of women and girls to building sustainable peace and stability, and equitable benefit from natural disaster and conflict prevention programs and humanitarian action.

In all deliberations and agreements associated with the 2030 Agenda, UN Women works to position gender equality as central to the Sustainable Development Goals, and to a more inclusive world. Since its launch in 2010, the organization has embarked on strategic partnerships with hundreds of civil society institutions and women’s organizations active in defending women’s rights and gender equality at the global level, which are active locally, regionally and internationally, and in connection with the official and private levels, and do not find a problem in reaching decision makers and obtain the support, funding and capabilities necessary to carry out its activities and events.

Last year, the organization established the so-called “Action Coalitions”, a global coalition that creates partnerships with governments, civil society, international organizations and the private sector, to motivate them to work collectively with the organization, increase public and private investment in support of gender equality, and achieve results Able to change the rules of the game for the benefit of women and girls everywhere in the world. This alliance was launched by the “Generation Equality Forum” in partnership between UN Women, Mexico and France, and it is held annually in Mexico and France on two different dates. The second conference was held in Mexico City last March, and in Paris in June last June.

The Forum is a global gathering for gender equality focused on civil society, with the aim of bringing together actors, especially young people, to chart the path forward towards a bold new feminist agenda and create a progressive multilateral gender partnership. The Generation Equality Forum held in Paris this year announced commitments described as “revolutionary” and a global acceleration plan to advance gender equality for a period of 5 years to 2026, and participants in the forum committed financial support to achieve this plan amounting to 40 billion dollars, including 21 billion dollars. $13 billion from governments and public sector institutions, $13 billion from the private sector, and $4.5 billion from charitable organizations. In addition, 440 civil society organizations and 94 youth organizations made strong commitments to the policies and programs of the Forum, which was attended by nearly 50,000 participants online, among the millions of activists and supporters scattered around the world.

Gender equality and women’s empowerment in all fields and at all levels is not just a human rights issue that calls for lifting injustice against women and restoring their rights. Rather, it is an advanced goal of the Sustainable Development Goals 2030, and one of the reliable pillars to transform the world, and there are thousands of details that are being reviewed and amended. In the political, economic, social, legislative, judicial, cultural and educational structure in the countries of the world, in order to achieve this goal in all its details. Will it be achieved? What will the world look like after empowerment and full gender equality? How will Arab and Islamic countries receive this next transformation?

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